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Mary Ann’s v Punter’s Pub – Who is The Diviest In the Hub? (We Love Beantown)
Vote for the diviest bar in all of Boston here. This shouldn't be hard. I've never even heard of Punter's Pub and you wouldn't want to vote for a made-up bar, now would you? A vote for Mary Ann's is a vote for America.

Nine Spring Football Games of 2013 ACC Teams To Be Available on ESPN3 (
Nine of 14. Duke, but no Boston College. What am I missing here? How much effort does it take to send an ESPN camera crew from Bristol to Chestnut Hill on April 20? ESPN3 will televise five ACC spring games on one day on April 13. We couldn't get a third to go out and cover BC's game?

Not like the program couldn't use the exposure or anything.

Final verdicts: Contenders and pretenders (ESPN ACC Blog)
92 percent pretender, dead last in the conference. Yes, even below Maryland. And Duke.

ACC Football Head Coaching Hot Seats 2013 (Atlantic Coast Convos)
Steve Addazio, Boston College (first year): Nearly anything Addazio does will be better than his predecessor, Frank Spaziani’s performance. But his true challenge will be to re-energize a fan base that has quickly grown tired of lackluster efforts. Titles aren’t necessarily the goal. BC just wants to get back to bowl games and respectable football right now.

Steve Whitney makes the BC offense go (Boston Herald)
"I think it’s a little bit having more experience and also being able to play with some, obviously, really great players," said Whitney, a communications major. "It was the same thing last year. I played with Johnny (Gaudreau) this year and that will probably give you 10 or 12 goals just by getting out there (with him). But, I also worked on my shot in practice and stuff like that."

East Regional preview: Conference champs, defending NCAA champ fill the field (
"We’re going to look to two seniors to really settle us down there in Patrick Wey and Patch Alber," York said. "We’re going to move Danny Linell back to forward. With Patch returning to health, we feel five defensemen can play on a regular basis and let us move Danny back to forward."