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Daily Links for Monday, December 9, 2013

Christian Petersen

Happy Monday! The countdown is on to the bowl that I will only refer to as the Independence Bowl. Given what's been going on with the shootyhoops team, it's safe to say there's not much else to look forward to between now and then, aside from the hockey team's tournament in Pittsburgh on December 28 and 29. Some links to dull the boredom:

Arizona Football: Wildcats will face Boston College in Advocare V100 Bowl - Arizona Desert Swarm

The Arizona Wildcats will face the Boston College Eagles in the 2013 Advocare V100 Bowl, featuring the nation's top-two running backs in Ka'Deem Carey and Andre Williams.

Arizona Wildcats football: UA to play in AdvoCare V100 Bowl

The Arizona Wildcats are heading to Shreveport, La., for the AdvoCare V100 Bowl. The UA will matchup with Boston College on Dec. 31. The game will be televised on ESPN at 10:30 a.m., Tucson time. UA coach Rich Rodriguez and select players will meet with reporters tonight after the the team's banquet to discuss the matchup.

Jameis Winston clear-cut Heisman Trophy favorite -

But NIU's Jordan Lynch, Alabama's AJ McCarron, Boston College's Andre Williams and Ohio State's Braxton Miller could sway some voters.

Women's Basketball Tallies 65-45 Win Over Hartford (

Senior Kristen Doherty and classmate Katie Zenevitch each recorded 13 points and three other Eagles scored in double digits to lead the Boston College women's basketball team past Hartford, 65-45, on Sunday afternoon in Conte Forum.

Hayes goal, assist, lead Boston College past New Hampshire ::

USCHO's recap of the Eagles' win at the Whittemore Center.

Women’s D-I wrap: Dec. 9 :: Blogs :: D-I Women's Hockey Blog :: U.S. College Hockey Online

No. 5 Harvard and No. 6 Boston College were also unable to decide anything in a single-game tilt, skating to a 1-1 tie. It looked like the Eagles would be unable to solve Emerance Maschmeyer, and Miye D'Oench's early goal would prove decisive. However, Katie King Crowley went to her bag of tricks early, and just after the Crimson rang their second pipe of the third period, she sent out an extra attacker earlier than usual, and 25 seconds later, Emily Pfalzer beat Maschmeyer with 87 seconds remaining in regulation.