Football Works Through First Spring Scrimmage (BCEagles.com)
We have a real power back in Andre Williams. That guy right there is a strong, big, powerful back. We are little dinged up on our offensive line right now but I like the way we are developing. So those two things can go together pretty good. The other thing that goes together is Chase can make plays. I liked the way he developed as a leader today. He really worked at that today. He's making better decisions and he's throwing the ball well. We can really tie in some play action with him.
Eagles take early test drive (Boston Herald)
“We really have got to be a more balanced team,” Rettig said. “We have to establish the run, and a lot of guys that are quarterbacks and receivers don’t want to hear that. “But if you can establish the run it opens so much in the play-action game. At the end of the day, with all the various offenses, the biggest thing for me this year is to get the 10 guys with me in the huddle and take them to the end zone.”
Chase Rettig, BC ready another game plan (Boston Herald)
“We already had a previous relationship so I know him on a personal level,” said Rettig, who came to BC from Sierra Madre, Calif. “It’s great to have him as an offensive coordinator and we are installing a brand new offense this year. There’s a whole new terminology and a couple of new things as there is with every offense. So it is just about getting the new terminology down. I’ve learned a lot of difference stuff, but I’m not an offensive coordinator. I’m just going to keep playing quarterback and lead all the guys on offense.”
BC football coach Steve Addazio sees encouraging signs from QB Chase Rettig (The Boston Globe)
Said Rettig, “My biggest job is to really lead the other 10 guys in the huddle. That’s what I’m really trying to do my senior year and get us back to a postseason [game]. It’s really important to this coaching staff, the program, and the community.’’
Report: Notre Dame drops Arizona State from 2014 Football Schedule (FBSchedules.com)
Notre Dame has dropped Arizona State from their 2014 football schedule, ESPN has reported. The Irish will still need to cancel two additional games in 2014 to make room for their five ACC games a year.
What lies ahead? The future of ACC basketball (Fayobserver.com)
And then there's Boston College. The young Eagles punched above their weight at times this season, putting scares into several of the league's top teams. Expect ACC Rookie of the Year Olivier Hanlan and company to land some knockout blows next season.
Q&A: Tyler Hinchliffe (Conte Confidential)
Conte Confidential caught up with versatile sophomore Tyler Hinchliffe, who can play numerous positions and even pitches in relief. He has two saves on the season for the Eagles but is out for the rest of the year with a knee injury. He talked about the team’s mood, his injury and what it’s like being on the road for most of the first part of the season.
The Overseas Update (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College women's basketball program has five former players currently overseas. Check in every week for updates on Carolyn Swords '11, Stefanie Murphy '11, Aja Parham '06, Brooke Queenan '06 and Kathrin Ress '07.
"Whitney brothers could square off April 20" (Daily Gazette)
Albany's Joe Whitney, the team's leading scorer, could be facing his little brother Steven, who Thursday signed a two-year, entry-level contract with the Anaheim Ducks. It is likely, then, that Steven will sign an ATO with Norfolk for the remaining games this season.