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Boston College spring wrap (ESPN ACC Blog)
2. What happened with Harris? The school's all-time leading rusher was dismissed from the team after the spring for a repeated violation of team rules. The backfield is used to playing without him after his injury-plagued 2011 campaign, but the suddenness of Harris' departure -- which Spaziani will not get into -- has to have some effect on his former teammates, especially with Harris having been primed to chase the ACC's career rushing record this season.

Chris Kreider goes from BC right into NHL playoffs (The Boston Globe)
"His size, his strength, the way he’s improved his hockey IQ, he’s gotten so much better,’’ said York. "But I was kind of hoping myself that he’d wait and go through a regular NHL training camp and be part of a team from the get-go. That’s hard to do, but this is extremely difficult to do, what he’s been asked to step in. The Rangers have had a remarkable year and for him to be a major part of it, that’s asking a lot of a young kid.’’

Inside Hockey: The Gionta Brothers (CBC.ca)
A closer look at New Jersey Devils forward, Stephen, and Montreal Canadiens forward, Brian.

John Marinatto's Big East: The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)
John had a story and he was sticking to it, right to the very end.

Auction Items To Benefit Pete Frates #3 Fund (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College athletic department and the baseball team have released unique auction items for fans to bid on to benefit former player and current director of baseball operations Pete Frates in his fight against ALS.

ACC In The NBA Playoffs, May 8 (ACC Sports Journal)
We’re starting a series called ACC In The NBA Playoffs that takes a look at how former ACC players and coaches are faring in the NBA postseason. We’ll have an ACC-focused recap of the previous day’s games each morning, and we’ll continuously update the stat charts at the bottom of the page.

Watch the acceptance speeches of Annie Haeger and Tommy Cross.