Happy Monday, friends. It was a good weekend for BC, highlighted by the hockey team's pulverization of Wisconsin on Friday night. Now it's a big game week for both football and hockey as both teams get ready for road trips - football to North Carolina and hockey to Minnesota. To the links...
Hasselbeck to hang it up after 2014 season (ProFootballTalk)
The 38-year-old Hasselbeck has settled into a comfortable spot as Andrew Luck's backup, and they clearly thought he was a good part to have around at a reasonable rate (he signed a two-year, $7.25 million deal).
Instant analysis: No. 5 FSU Seminoles 51, No. 3 Clemson Tigers 14 - ESPN
The Seminoles' defense is really good. After a rough start to the season in which the unit looked shaky against the likes of Bethune-Cookman and Boston College, there were legitimate concerns that new coordinator Jeremy Pruitt had installed a scheme that simply wasn't going to work with FSU's personnel.
You know what? <bleep> you, ESPN.
Women's Soccer Earns A Draw In Miami (BCEagles.com)
Boston College tied Miami, 3-3, in a road game in the ACC conference on Sunday afternoon. BC is now 8-7-1 on the season.
Freshman class helps Huskies stay unbeaten - New England Hockey Journal
After finishing in the cellar of the Hockey East standings last season, not much was expected of the Northeastern Huskies entering 2013-14.
...and I still wouldn't expect much, until they beat an opponent who is better than Dalhousie from Canada. That's how the rest of this article goes, right?
Speaking of Hockey East cellar-dwellers who swept their series this weekend, the one who deserves big props is UMass. As much as we like to rib UMass here, I'll give credit where it's due - I certainly didn't see them sweeping Michigan State this weekend. Nice series for them.
Maryland WRs Stefon Diggs, Deon Long both out for season (CBSSports.com)
The Terps suffered a devastating double injury blow Saturday when both Stefon Diggs and Deon Long broke their legs in a loss to Wake Forest.
Volleyball Drops to Maryland in Straight Sets, 3-0 (BCEagles.com)
Sophomore Katty Workman registered a team-high 11 kills to go with six digs while teammate Amanda Yerke notched nine kills and a match-high 12 digs in the Eagles' 3-0 loss to Maryland on Sunday afternoon.The Terrapins (11-9, 3-5 ACC) defeated the Eagles (8-12, 0-8 ACC) in straight sets, 25-21, 25-21, and 25-20.
Devils will start Cory Schneider in goal against Blue Jackets Tuesday night | NJ.com
Is there any way Devils coach Pete DeBoer could avoid starting Cory Schneider in Columbus Tuesday night after the goalie shut out the Rangers?
"No," DeBoer said after Sunday's practice.