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Boston College Daily Links: ACC Coaches As Karaoke Songs

ACC Football Coaches By Karaoke Songs (Blogger So Dear)
#FireSpaz is alive and well in Boston College. It's now or never for Spaziani. This year will finally give us the answer to the age-old question, "will it be yes or will it be sorry?" Plus, Frank seems like the kind of guy who loves Dawson's Creek. Capeside, much like Chestnut Hill, is a fictional Massachusetts town.

Preview: Maine Black Bears at Boston College Eagles (CBSSports.com)
The game comes down to: Whether Boston College has any sort of a hangover after its loss against Miami. The Eagles acknowledged afterward that they let a winnable game get away last week. Now, a decent Maine team comes to Chestnut Hill, and the Black Bears deserve Boston College's full attention.

Maine at Boston College: Maine Offense vs. BC Defense (Soaring to Glory)
Will the BC defense be prepared for the Maine Black Bears offensive attack? Hopefully they don't employ a hurry-up, no-huddle offense.

The outlook of BC Football (BC Gavel)
The defense is a different story. With two- time All-American linebacker Luke Kuechly now a Carolina Panther, many holes were exposed in the coverage, and Miami was able to exploit the unit with screens and short passes.

Football previews, 2012: Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic League capsules (NJ.com)
BEST ON OFFENSE: Charlie Callinan, St. Peter's Prep. The 6-4 Boston College commit is a matchup nightmare for opposing cornerbacks with his combination of size and speed. A tough receiver who is unafraid to go across the middle, Callinan had 33 receptions for 515 yards and four touchdowns last season.

No. 6 Women's Soccer Beats Northeastern, 2-0 (BCEagles.com)
Senior Kristen Mewis scored her third game-winning goal of the season to lead No. 6 Boston College past Northeastern, 2-0, in a non-conference game at the Newton Soccer Field on Wednesday night. Boston College improved to 5-0-1, while Northeastern is now 1-4-0.