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Daily links for Wednesday, March 6.
More than 1,100 Participate in Football Survey in First 24 Hours (BCEagles.com)
"We have passionate fans here at Boston College," Bates said. "They want our team to succeed and know they are a part of our success. We are asking all our season ticket holders to participate as this survey is designed to reflect a comprehensive experience of our most loyal constituents so we can make decisions that best serve our fans this fall."
Spring Practice Primer: Boston College Eagles (CBSSports.com)
With the passing game apparently set personnel-wise, the big question marks offensively lie at running back and along the offensive line. Boston College finished with the No. 119 rushing offense nationally in 2012, averaging just 90.9 yards per game on the ground. Tahj Kimble will sit out spring practice recovering from offseason surgery, so who will step up from the group of Dave Dudeck, Rolandan "Deuce" Finch and Andre Williams to own the starting job at running back?
À Boston College, le sport, c'est sérieux! (Lapresse.ca)
Run this through Google translate. This will be the best part of your day.
ESPN has a 'SportsCenter' problem, not a hockey problem (SBNation.com)
The morning editions of SportsCenter have basically become ill-informed, ego-filled debates, occasionally guest starring "SPORTS!"
How its death might save Men's Lacrosse (Eagle in Atlanta)
I've always been indifferent towards the movement and the sport but as I see Bates face the same line of questioning, I've come to the realization that BC Men's Lacrosse is more popular dead than it ever was alive.
King Earns Bid to NCAA Championships (BCEagles.com)
Senior Jillian King has been selected as one of 16 participants set to compete in the mile run at the NCAA Indoor Championships this weekend. The championships will be held Friday-Saturday, March 8-9, at the Randal Tyson Track in Fayetteville, Ark.
Freshman Nicole Boudreau Named To All-ACC Freshman team (BCEagles.com)
Boudreau is the first BC freshman since 2007-08 to be named to the All-ACC Freshman team. That season, Stefanie Murphy won the Freshman of the Year and teammate Carolyn Swords was named to the All-ACC Freshman team.
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