Wrapping up National Signing Day 2013.
BC’s Addazio looks ahead on recruiting (Boston Herald)
"I’ve recruited the Northeast my whole career but we are in Florida and we are in Ohio, and that footprint is the right footprint," Addazio said. "You build a fence around Massachusetts and expand it to a four-hour radius to certain areas and know who you are talking to."
Boston College lands 17 football recruits on signing day (Boston.com)
``If you just try to grab guys because they flash on the tape, that’s when sometimes it’s hit or miss,’’ Adazzio said. ``But I think high-character guys will find a way to be really good football players. What I can honestly tell you is, I think we have a bunch of high-character guys who really love BC and that’s exciting to me.’’
Solon High School's Drew Barksdale to Boston College: National Signing Day 2013 (cleveland.com)
Why I chose to play for this college: I wanted to play in a big time conference against great competition week in and week out. My family places great emphasis on education, so I wanted to attend a school that has great academics. I also have family in Boston which made my decision easier.
Charlie Callinan of St. Peter's Prep signs with Boston College on National Signing Day (NJ.com)
"Charlie Callinan is just going to be a matchup nightmare for people at the next level," St. Peter's Prep coach Rich Hansen said. "When he's in a full-time regiment of doing what college football players do, he's going to develop at a really good pace. He's going to be a 6-5 nightmare for people."
Football: Tyler Rouse signs with Boston College, calls it the greatest feeling of his life (Syracuse.com)
"This is what it’s all about," Sanfilippo said. "You want the kid to end up with what’s best for him. We were frustrated. We know he can play. We know he can play. We’re thankful Boston College had the foresight to look beyond (his 5-foot-8 size). Coach Addazio loves him and I think he’s going to do real well. "This has a happy ending. We told Tyler all along, keep your faith, it’s going to happen. Sure enough, it did. I think good things happen to good people."
Men's Basketball's Jackson Uses Competitive Drive and First-Year Experience to Help Team (BCEagles.com)
"That's why I came here," Jackson said. "I wanted to play the best players in the country and the best teams in the country. We're right there. When you're a competitor, you want to be challenged by the best teams."
Boyles saves BC (Boston Herald)
"When you look at our scoring, we score a lot of goals in the third period (50-of-128), so I was sure to mention that to our kids," Crowley said. "I thought our kids came out hard and came out strong in that third period and battled.
New Team, New Year: BC Lax Ready to Soar (Conte Confidential)
"We’ve had a really strong showing in preseason from both returners and new guys," Shea said. "We have really revamped our offense and have a good team chemistry, which should help us win a lot down the road."
Conrad passed along this Boston College football promo video which, wow. Is it fall yet?