clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Boston College Daily Links: Winston To Run Away With Heisman?

New, 11 comments

Daily Links for Dec. 6, 2013

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Friday, er'rybody!

Whither the Heisman race now? (Heisman Pundit)

As a result of Thursday's decision regarding Jameis Winston, the Heisman Trust avoided a nightmare scenario, namely the possibility that one of the finalists might've had a felony charge attached to his name heading into the trophy ceremony. That's no longer an issue, so we can now get back to the business of crowning this year's winner.

When Alabama Loses, The Earth Shakes: 125 FBS Teams, Ranked (Deadspin)

58. North Carolina (6-6) 59. Boston College (7-5) 60. Pittsburgh (6-6) 61. Syracuse (6-6) 62. Maryland (7-5)


Ron Burgundy dose Great Sports Broadcasting Calls 12/5/13 (YouTube)

Will Ferrell appears on the Dan Patrick show in character as Ron Burgundy and does the Flutie Miracle in Miami call. Yup.

Women's Basketball Falls To Wisconsin, 74-59 - Boston College Official Athletic Site

The Boston College women's basketball team lost to Wisconsin, 72-59, in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge at the Kohl Center on Thursday night. BC is now 3-5 while Wisconsin is now 5-2.

Field, Anastos Earn Monthly Awards (

Junior forward Emily Field was named Warrior Hockey Player of the Month and freshman forward Andie Anastos earned Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Month accolades for their November performances, as announced by Hockey East on Wednesday.

Eagles Prepare for Two-Game Series vs. UNH - Boston College Official Athletic Site

Boston College looks to get back to its winning ways with a crucial Hockey East showdown Friday night at Kelley Rink

UNH men’s hockey’s ‘early season’ ends at Boston College -

The calendar reads December, but it might as well be March for the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team. Thanks to this season's reduced league schedule, every Hockey East game is a big one regardless of when it's played. So, even though it's only the first weekend in December, the home-and-home series against Boston College that kicks off in Chestnut Hill on Friday carries late-season implications in the Wildcats' hopes for finishing on top of the Hockey East heap.