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Boston College Daily Links: How B1G Is Boston College?

Unfortunately, Boston College doesn't have "farms, son" to offer.

... Soon.
... Soon.
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Is My School an Expansion Target? A Handy Guide to Conference Realignment (Atlantic Coast Convos)
With that, we’ve created this helpful guide to assist you in navigating the twists and turns of your school’s conference realignment rumors. All metrics are completely subjective, though are all based on college football expansion moves since 2004.

Conference realignment: Evaluating every ACC team's Big Ten compatibility (
Unfortunately, Boston College doesn't have "farms, son" to offer.

College football expansion fueled by cable and the big risk behind it. (Corn Nation)
That's all nice and good for us right now, but what happens when people in those areas get to dump the package deals and get to choose the channels they want? Will they decide to subscribe to BTN? Will Rutgers and Maryland still be as valuable then? Maybe. That is the true long term risk that the B1G takes with expansion, in my opinion. A la carte cable.

No. 20/18 Lacrosse Defeats Vanderbilt, 13-8, in Home Opener (
Freshman Sarah Mannelly scored four goals to lead Boston College past Vanderbilt in its home opener, 13-8, at the Newton Lacrosse Field on Wednesday afternoon. Mannelly paced the Eagles (2-0, 0-0 ACC) with five points while sophomore Covie Stanwick recorded three goals, and senior Brooke Blue and sophomore Mikaela Rix each scored twice.

BC Finds Way to Prep, Start Season After Nemo (Lacrosse Magazine)
Our practice venues may have been changing throughout the week, but what remained the same was our team camaraderie, focus and desire to keep getting better to win our first game. The Holy Cross victory is sweet but there is not much time to savor it.

Eagles in the NHL - 2/20/13 (
Schneider comes up with 40 saves against league-leading Chicago

Baseball Battles the Red Sox for the 23rd Time in Fort Myers (
The Boston College baseball team will play the Red Sox in a seven-inning, exhibition game at Jet Blue Park at Fenway South for the 23rd time on Thursday afternoon. The game is the second of a doubleheader as Northeastern will face the Major Leaguers at 1:35 p.m. and the Eagles will play 40 minutes after the conclusion.