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Sylvia's favorite player from those days was none other than Silva. Sylvia sees a lot of...

Sylvia's favorite player from those days was none other than Silva. Sylvia sees a lot of similarities beyond their last names. Sylvia is an inch taller but they both weigh in at 210 pounds. Sylvia is from Dartmouth, Mass., while Silva is from Providence, R.I., both in the southern portion of New England. And Sylvia's long, wild hair is nearly identical to Silva's. Sylvia has modeled his entire football style off of the former BC All-American.

Sean Sylvia Models Play after All-American Jamie Silva (BCEagles.com)

Boston College, a road ACC game, is essentially the closest thing the Irish have remaining to a...

Boston College, a road ACC game, is essentially the closest thing the Irish have remaining to a cupcake, so I think it's important to keep in mind that there really are no lay-ups here (Navy gets a pass, in an opener overseas).

Notre Dame mailblog (ESPN College Football Nation Blog)

Remember that loss to Miami? Boston College moved the ball pretty well, especially through the air,...

Remember that loss to Miami? Boston College moved the ball pretty well, especially through the air, but couldn’t handle the Hurricanes’ team speed. Well, Miami’s loss to Kansas State – a mugging, plain and simple – has made the Eagles’ season-opening loss look even worse in hindsight. Hey, at least the Eagles beat Maine, meaning that with Massachusetts the worst team in the F.B.S., Boston College is better than at least two college football teams in New England. You know what stings? Pat Fitzgerald had a few nice things to say about B.C. earlier this week – "We’d better show better than we did on Saturday night, I promise you that. If not, we’re going to get our tails whooped." – and no one took him seriously. Really? You’re going to beat Vanderbilt and then lose to Boston College?

The 2012 Locksley: Week 3 (Pre-Snap Read)

The sad thing? Nothing’s changed. The Eagles are still tumbling downwards. Given months and months...

The sad thing? Nothing’s changed. The Eagles are still tumbling downwards. Given months and months to get mentally prepared for the opener, B.C. crumbled after Miami struck back in the second quarter. Spaziani’s honesty remains somewhat refreshing, but his team’s continued lack of success, on the other hand, remains as stale as it was a year ago.

The Eagles Are Batting .333, Says Spaziani (Pre-Snap Read)

If a spaceship came down and took me away tomorrow, it’s [still] their team. At the end of the...

If a spaceship came down and took me away tomorrow, it’s [still] their team. At the end of the year, they’re gonna look at the record, and it’s what they did. I think that’s a healthy way to approach it.

Frank Spaziani on if he thought the team might be playing to show they had his back (Heights Sports Blog)

Boston College head football coach Frank Spaziani is scheduled to be a guest on SiriusXM’s College...

Boston College head football coach Frank Spaziani is scheduled to be a guest on SiriusXM’s College Sports Nation Channel (ch. 91) (@SiriusXMCollege) today at 12:30 pm ET on "SiriusXM College Football Playbook" with hosts Jack Arute and Rick Neuheisel.

Spaz on the radio this afternoon

"The (BCS) system was (considered) so bad, yet college football was going like this in attendance,...

"The (BCS) system was (considered) so bad, yet college football was going like this in attendance, excitement," he said, raising his hand in an upward arc. "TV exposure went up and up, (but critics said), ‘It stinks! It stinks!' . I don't know. What's wrong with that?"

Spaz doesn't know why a college football playoff is necessary in the first place (AJC)

@MylesAhead_12(Myles Willis) tells me he is now committed to #BC. Sorry for any misunderstanding...

@MylesAhead_12(Myles Willis) tells me he is now committed to #BC. Sorry for any misunderstanding earlier. GREAT KID, give him a follow.

For real this time

Spaz being Spaz. Boston College coach Frank Spaziani is always good for a one-liner or two, but...

Spaz being Spaz. Boston College coach Frank Spaziani is always good for a one-liner or two, but don’t expect any grand revelations about the program’s struggles, the pressure he will be facing this year, or how much better the team might be this season. Previewing ACC media days (ESPN ACC Blog)

Quinn Thompson, a 6'5, 225-pound tight end/defensive end for the Lancers, issued a verbal...

Quinn Thompson, a 6'5, 225-pound tight end/defensive end for the Lancers, issued a verbal declaration to Connecticut Thursday, according to the Erie Times-News. During his recruiting process, Thompson held a total of eight scholarship offers, including the Huskies, but also from Boston College, Akron, Bowling Green, Buffalo, Massachusetts, Ohio and Temple, while generating interest from programs like Kent State, Northwestern, Penn State, Pitt, Toledo and West Virginia, among others.

General McLane TE/DE Quinn Thompson issues verbal declaration to Connecticut (PennLive.com)
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