ACC superlative tracker: Week 11 (ESPN ACC Blog)
Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly: He ranks sixth on the NCAA’s FBS career list for tackles with 491. (The NCAA’s list only dates back to 2000.) Kuechly has an NCAA-leading streak of 31 straight games with 10 or more tackles. He also has 8.5 tackles for loss and two interceptions. He leads the nation with 150 tackles and 16.67 per game.
KUECHLY: ON SOMEONE'S HEISMAN LIST (Heights and Lows)
It's mainstream media, too - not just a poll of BC bloggers. I think few people have been getting really engaged in the Heisman chase this year since it's basically Luck's to lose, but Kuechly would be a bigger upset than a low-win pitcher from a west coast team picking up the Cy Young.
BC Insider: Big day for Eagles' seniors (Fox Sports South)
"It's frustrating, we had a good game plan going," he said after his 31st straight double-digit tackling performance; with the fourth 20-tackle game of his career. "We knew what they were going to do, even when they were running and having success with that. We were inconsistent. When we get in tough situations we need to withstand it."
OL makes second trip to BC (Rivals.com)
"I went up to the game on Thursday and it was exciting," Hopkins said. "It was a good atmosphere. Just being on the sidelines before the game it was awesome. I got to meet the coaches and it was really nice. "I actually went to the camp in the summer in June. I really liked it up there. I didn't work with coach (Sean) Devine that much but it was good. He taught me a lot of good things and a lot of technique so I liked it."
11/9/11 draft: Spaz's replacement (BCDraft)
Since Spaz will be gone in a couple weeks, let's focus our attention on who will be replacing the mustachioed one at the Head Coaching spot.
General Public Tickets Sold Out for the 2011 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game (TheACC.com)
General public tickets for the 2011 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game are sold out, as announced today by Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford. The only tickets remaining are the 10,000 that will be made available to each participating institution once the Atlantic and Coastal Divisional Championships are clinched.
Meet Your New Basketball Eagles: Salah Abdo (Soaring to Glory)
Here is another new face in Boston College basketball, but like Deirunas Visockas, it’s not a freshman. Salah Abdo (#0), a graduate student from Chelsea, may have Reggie Jackson’s old number, but probably won’t get that kind of playing time.
BC Basketball Preview Part III: Freshmen (Around The Res)
It will be very interesting to see which freshmen emerge as stars and which ones sink to the bottom of the depth chart. Obviously, it's too early to tell who will fall into each category, but I've attempted to sum up the conventional wisdom on each of the incoming freshmen as a starting point for where BC fans' expectations should be going into the season.
Field Hockey's Schuster Earns All-Tournament Honors (BCEagles.com)
Boston College sophomore Nicole Schuster was named to the 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Field Hockey Championship All-Tournament Team, according to an announcement made by the conference on Sunday, Nov. 6.
Q&A with Alex Kelleher & Olga Khmylev (BCEagles.com)
The junior pair is coming off a quarterfinals finish at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships, the furthest any BC women's tennis players have gone in the national tournament, after winning the ITA Northeast Regional.
Q&A with Alyssa Pember (BCEagles.com)
Senior Alyssa Pember has helped anchor the Boston College defense for the past four seasons. Having played in the Sweet 16, the Elite Eight, and the Final Four, she hopes to use this experience to continue BC's success in the NCAA Tournament. The Eagles will host Marist College in the first round of the tournament this Sunday at 1 p.m. on the Newton Campus.