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Daily links for Thursday, February 28.
Boston College starts fresh after disastrous 2012 season (USA Today)
The disagreement lingers. One thing on which all B.C. fans can agree, however: The Eagles can do better than Frank Spaziani, the loyal former defensive coordinator who proved himself unable to maintain the program's recent pace over his four seasons in charge.
ACC 2013 Spring Football Preview: Boston College Eagles (Atlantic Coast Convos)
In his first spring at the Heights, Addazio inherits a struggling, yet young program eager to start winning games again. There’s plenty of work to be done, but based on his time at Temple, his enthusiasm and can-do ethic are infectious and could translate to some big gains over the next month or so. Despite low roster turnover, the book on this team is far from written write now, which makes for an exciting spring season.
2012 All-ACC Academic Football Team Announced (TheACC.com)
Duke led all programs with 21 All-ACC Academic Football Team honorees. Boston College had just 1. Kinda hard to throw around the academics card these days.
Eagles in the NHL - 2/27/13 (BCEagles.com)
BCEagles.com has the latest updates on all those Eagles hockey players in the NHL.
The ACC Digital Network's Dunkuary Final 16 Bracket Announced (TheACC.com)
The third-seeded Michael Jordan dunk (North Carolina) goes up against the 14th-seeded Corey Raji throwdown (Boston College). Thanks for playing, Raji.
Baseball's Paré Named a Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Candidate (BCEagles.com)
Baseball senior Matt Paré was one of 30 baseball student-athlete to be named candidates for the 2013 Senior CLASS Award®. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence - community, classroom, character and competition.