Trio Remains for Hilliard (Scout.com) ($)
"C.J. Hilliard has narrowed down his list of prospective schools to three and is nearing a commitment. The Cincinnati running back talks about his finalists - Boston College, Indiana and Iowa - and when his decision might take place."
Oh, Hello: PA OL Noah Beh Commits to Penn State (Black Shoe Diaries)
More on Beh's commitment to Penn State.
2014 OLB Chase Winovich commits to Michigan (Maize n Brew)
Another BC prospect.
PHOTO: Falcons QB Matt Ryan shows off his Luke Kuechly Panthers jersey (CBSSports.com)
"Is Matt Ryan a closet Carolina Panthers fan? Probably not, but the Falcons quarterback did take the time to pose for this picture holding an autographed Luke Kuechly jersey."
The Countdown: 29 days until the ACC (Cardiac Hill)
"While it won't happen in 2013, Pitt fans can look forward to renewing the rivalry with Boston College in just under a month. The Panthers and the Eagles have clashed 29 times on the football field, with Pitt holding a 16-13 lead. They first met in 1959 in Chestnut Hill, a 22-14 Pitt win, but the series really took off in 1970, when both sides met almost every year until 2004, BC's final year in the Big East."
Pinstripe Bowl to announce agreement with Big Ten (SI.com)
The Pinstripe Bowl and Big Ten will announce at Yankee Stadium on Monday an agreement between the conference and the 3-year-old postseason game. The Big Ten replaces the Big 12 in 2014, and the ACC is expected to take the Big East's spot in the NYC bowl.
Men’s Rowing Finishes Season Strong (Conte Confidential)
The Boston College men’s rowing team capped off a year of hard work with three championship tournaments in the month of May. The 5 a.m. practices in cold weather and the offseason training sessions during the winter all led up to these races: the New England Rowing Championships, the ECAC National Invitational Rowing Championships and the American Collegiate Rowing Association Championships.
Putting closure to tragedy, BC student finishes what she started (BCGavel.com)
Maggie Stack was denied the opportunity the finish the Boston Marathon after two pressure-cooker bombs marred what should have been a day to remember. In an act of pure defiance and resilience, Stack carried on, conquering the Cleveland Marathon over a month later.