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Boston College Daily Links: Get Well Soon, Coach

Get Well Soon Coach. Coach York underwent minor surgery on Monday (hernia). From the BCI crew, best wishes on a speedy recovery.

Boston College Athletic Director search updates. Blaudschun is reporting that Army A.D. Boo Corrigan is out and Wisconsin's Sean Frazier is now the frontrunner. A new name floated is VCU A.D. Ed McLaughlin, formerly at Niagara, but he's been with the Rams for only a few months.

Football. The profiles Mike Javorski and his walk-on to scholarship player story. The ACC Sports Journal took note of Alex Amidon's performance in this week's ACC Player of the Year watch.

This Week In Schadenfreude. Always a great read. This week features 100% more Superfan agita.

"It's three weeks into the season, so it's time for Boston College fans to start wondering when Frank Spaziani will be fired. The preferred answer appears to be "right damn now," but since idiot athletic director* Gene DeFilippo is retiring in the next few months, Spaziani will hang on through the rest of the year. The new guy fires him 10 seconds after BC's season ends, at which point Eagle fans can resume having vague hopes of competence in something other than hockey."

Football Recruiting. Tevin Montgomery, the top-rated uncommitted player in Massachusetts, has narrowed his list down to three schools. The 6-foot-4, 295-pound defensive lineman from Tabor Academy will choose between Boston College, Vanderbilt and Virginia.

ACC Expansion-palooza. Cardiac Hill asks who should be the 16th ACC school. None of the above?

ACC Championship Game updates. The 2012 ACC Football Championship has already sold 50,000 tickets and is well ahead of schedule compared to this time last year. The last two games in Charlotte were also sold out.

BC-UConn. In men's soccer, that is. The match at No. 4 UConn scheduled for last night was moved to tonight at 7 PM due to inclement weather.

Tweet of the Day. The future.

Video of the Day. Highlights from BC-Northwestern.