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Boston College Daily Links: ACC Basketball Scheduling Notes

Virginia and Florida State offered up a rare press release for each's tentative 18-game basketball schedule. Looks like BC draws Virginia twice this year but Florida State only once. Bad news is that the Florida State game is in Tallahassee.

Virginia Releases Tentative ACC Basketball Schedule (Streaking The Lawn)
As suspected, looks like BC draws the 'Hoos twice next year. Next year's ACC slate could be really difficult.

Basketball ACC Opponents Announced (
BC at the defending ACC Champs. Road game only.

2012 Charleston Classic Field Set (
The Charleston Classic field is now officially official. The Eagles join Auburn, Baylor, Colorado, Charleston, Dayton, Murray State and St. John's in this year's tournament field.

Holding Court: Coaching hot seat verdicts (Crystal Ball Run)
Crystal Ball Run looks at both sides of the argument before rendering their final verdict on Frank Spaziani, head coach of some program called the Golden Eagles.

101 Days of BC Football: Joe LaCorte, #36 (Soaring To Glory)
Soaring To Glory profiles Joe LaCorte.

101 Days of BC Football: Andre Lawrence, #35 (Soaring To Glory)
"It is my expectation that Lawrence will make about as many appearances in games as he did last year, and let’s be honest: though this is a fine corps, without Luke Kuechly back here, there are tackles to be had. It’ll be up to Lawrence to make his opportunities count when he gets them, and he will."

Braintree’s Melchionda taking his shot at pro ball with Cardinals (The Boston Globe)
In the eyes of Mike Gambino, Anthony Melchionda is a coach’s dream. Aside from the raw talent that allows him to play four infield positions and bang out extra-base hits at the plate, Melchionda possesses a long list of intangibles.

Straight talking about banner year (The Province)
"But I had a pretty strong year in the BCHL," said Straight, who as a 17-year-old went 26-41-67 for the Coquitlam Express. "So I just wanted to continue my hockey career moving forward as quick as I could, playing at the highest level possible. Coming straight to Boston College was pretty much an easy decision for me."

Oh, BC Hockey. How I miss thee.