RIP, Television Realignment Era: 25 memories of college sports' dumbest goldrush (SBNation.com)
3. Boston College's AD accidentally admitted ESPN is running this show. This is the only stunt in this entire circus we need to remember.
College Football Playoff is the name of college football's new playoff (SBNation.com)
College football's long-awaited playoff system will simply be called College Football Playoff, according to ESPN's Brett McMurphy. The BCS conference commissioners have been meeting in Pasadena, where they hashed out this and several other issues.
Seven quotes from Dave Shinskie that will make you think about your life (BCGavel.com)
I recently had the chance to sit down with Shinskie and talk about his time at BC. I saw a lot of parallels between his football career and what it will be like for many of his fellow members of this year’s graduating class heading out into the vicious, unforgiving, post-grad “real world.”
Steve Addazio, BC adjust to no spring game (Boston Herald)
“It was awesome, and we just had a heck of a great day on Saturday. The reality of it is the interpersonal things and the great bonds and chemistry all got done Saturday, and the other (benefit) is we walked out of here healthy. I feel great about where we are, but I would have loved to have played the game.”
Boston College offers Middle Creek's Burston (High School OT.com)
Middle Creek High School wide receiver Curtis Burston has his first Atlantic Coast Conference offer. Burston, a rising senior at Middle Creek, received an offer from Boston College this week, according to Mustang football coach Mike Castellano.
Pike's Peak Hockey Banquet Rescheduled For April 28 (BCEagles.com)
The 64th annual Pike's Peak awards banquet, originally scheduled for last Sunday, has been rescheduled for Sunday, April 28 at the Westin Hotel in Waltham, Mass. at 5 p.m. The event will begin with a brief reception followed by a formal dinner program at 5:30 p.m.
Around the Horn: Eagles committed to Frates' ALS cause (SalemNews.com)
“We wanted to do something for Pete. He’s such a big part of the school,” said Noe, whose parents helped provide the jerseys. “This was really special for both us and Pete.”