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Boston College Daily Links: EA Sports Loves The 2011 Boston College Eagles

The 2011 ACC Atlantic Division Champion Boston College Eagles?
The 2011 ACC Atlantic Division Champion Boston College Eagles?

The entire 2011 season simulated on NCAA 12 (
Boston College is the "best" team in the Atlantic Division. The Eagles finish the year 8-6 with a 5-3 mark in the conference. They even nearly beat UNC in the title game, losing 29-27.

2011 Position Previews: Offensive Line (Eagle in Atlanta)
Despite my growing cynicism surrounding Spaz, I actually believe the offensive line will play better this year. Rogers' Olines at Syracuse and Notre Dame were always decent. I think Spinney, Richman and Cleary make a solid foundation...all with a chance to be very good or even great. White was decent last year in spot duty.

2011 Boston College Preview (
Boston College should get off to a fast start, with a slate that includes four manageable home games in the first five weeks. It's in October that the waters begin to get a rough. The program plays three straight road games in October, and finish with trips to South Bend and Miami. Unlike a year ago, it's doubtful that the Eagles will enter the 2011 postseason with the wind at its back.

College Football Countdown: #51 Boston College Eagles (
The Eagles should be better in 2011 and they better be because Spaziani’s job depends on it. There’s no question the weak link last season was the offense, which finished 109th in scoring. Losing Castonzo is a huge blow but Harris will need to find a way to return to his 2009 form if the Eagles are going to be successful.

2011 ESPY Awards -- Winners revealed in Los Angeles (ESPN)
Former Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich, who returned from bone cancer, won Best Comeback.

Rivals at 10: Best two-star prospects (
Here is the All-Two-Star team of the past 10 years. Notice a theme here?

Think Boston College Has A Perfect NCAA Record? (SB Nation)
Think again, scofflaws!

Four Catholic Memorial football players head to D-1 schools (
Catholic Memorial has announced that four of its top football players will be playing this fall at Division 1 colleges. LB Camren Williams committed to play at Penn State last spring while quarterback A.J. Doyle committed to play at North Carolina State in June. On Tuesday, defensive back Donovan Henry committed to Boston College while fellow defensive back Armanie Reeves is boiling down his decision to Penn State or Notre Dame, according to a release by the school.

ITA Names All-Academic Teams, Scholar-Athletes (
Seven Boston College tennis players, four women and three men, and the women's tennis team were recognized for academic excellence by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) on Wednesday.

Sources: Ball is in Notre Dame’s court (Warrior Rink Rat)
According to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation, Notre Dame is deciding between joining Hockey East, the upstart National College Hockey Conference or "a third avenue." However, the sources were conflicting as to what that "third avenue" was.

The 12-Pack Welcomes Virginia in the SBN Conference Re-Draft (Bruins Nation)
As we wrote yesterday, the addition of UVa not only gives the conference a foothold in Washington DC and the greater Mid-Atlantic region, but fits in great with the main priorities of the conference - including the aforementioned media markets, academics (US News's #25 undergrad, plus top-10 business and law schools), facilities and revenue-generation and being yet another prime road tripping destination.