Good morning! Happy Friday! And we're happy indeed, because of BC's escape from Amherst with two points last night. As far as I know, that's the only thing that happened yesterday. Right?... Right?
The hockey team is back at it tonight against UMass at home, and then all eyes turn to the Quest for Shreveport on Saturday.
"I didn't have any high expectation because I really didn't know a lot about Myles,'' Addazio said. "Myles was committed, obviously, when I got here. I saw his tape and I saw he had skills. He's explosive. He has ability, but his attitude and everything about him, you like guys that make you feel good. He's an energy giver.''
Now that the Boston College Eagles finally have their first road win of the season, they can now focus more on their ACC schedule as they prepare for the arrival of NC State to Chestnut Hill this weekend.
Boston College's final home game of the season approaches quickly, and your minds are full of interrogatives. Will the Eagles win? Will they cover? Are they going to look good doing it?
They came to Chestnut Hill from such divergent places as Sierra Madre, Calif., and Hamburg, Germany, and many compass points in between.
For the last four seasons, they have forged an inseparable bond as Boston College football players whose tumultuous journey took them to a bowl game in San Francisco as freshmen and on an unexpected downward turn as sophomores and juniors, a combined 6-18 stretch in which BC's team become "fragmented'' following a 2-10 campaign in 2012 that ultimately cost former head coach Frank Spaziani his job.
In a back corner of Aggie Memorial Stadium, the Boston College football team concluded its fight song with the few fans in Las Cruces before heading to the locker room to let it ring again.
"For Boston, For Boston, ‘till the echoes ring again..." the team sang following a 48-34 victory over New Mexico State last week, the first road win since 2011.