Pretty cruddy day all around yesterday which saw the #2-ranked women's hockey team suffer its first defeat of the season, and a professional baseball game that quite peeved a good chunk of Boston College fans, including this particular blogger.
But there was a bright spot on the sports day: The women's soccer team completely teed off on Central Connecticut, 7-0. Stephanie McCaffrey notched a hat trick and McKenzie Meehan scored two goals, because that's what they do; Casey Morrison had BC's first goal, the game-winner. The Eagles are now 8-7 on the season.
"I don't know [how well he can recruit] and I don't know how you measure that until it actually happens," Flutie said. "But obviously he has that personality to be out there and make an impression on the kids. His background of being in the SEC, maybe he's got connections. All you need is one or two or them, those caliber athletes."
Just remember, you heard it all on BC Interruption first.
Eagles in the NFL - Week 6 (BCEagles.com)
A look at BC alums in the NFL this past week.
The 25 most intriguing non-conference games of the 2013-14 season (The Dagger)
Honorable mention: UConn vs. Boston College, Nov. 21 (2K Sports Classic)
Over six weeks, Dragicevich shaved his body fat from 16 percent to 10 percent, according to Donahue, and he has kept it there while he kept polishing his game. A more solid 211 pounds spread over a 6-foot-8 frame makes Dragicevich a cleaner fit in an up-tempo system.
Can we call him Drago?
Video: Commissioner John Swofford on state of the ACC (ESPN)
ACC commissioner John Swofford discusses the conference's recent expansion and its plans for a long-term tournament site.
RPI goaltender Jason Kasdorf, a 2011 sixth-round NHL Draft pick of Winnipeg, injured his shoulder this week and will miss at least this weekend's games. Kasdorf got hurt in a pre-practice warmup drill.
Really rough news for RPI, who travels to Agganis Arena to take on BU Friday night.
Starting his third season of college hockey, Gaudreau's exploits are well known. His generously listed 5-foot-8, 159-pound frame never impresses anyone. It's easy to be underwhelmed by him off the ice as well. In a world where "humble" and "classy" are used to describe every superstar athlete that doesn't openly mock his competition, Gaudreau brings it to a new level.