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Boston College Daily Links: More On The Yiadom Commitment

Daily links for April 1, 2013.


Doherty's Yiadom commits to Boston College (ESPN Boston)
“When I went to spring practice they had been showing interest a lot, I knew they were going to offer me. I’m close with [defensive coordinator Don Brown],” he said. "It means a lot to me, they’re definitely going to turn their program around. I want to be part of that, we’re the first recruiting class that they’re recruiting.”

Bullis OL Justin Herron finds plenty of college football suitors (WaPo)
Now 6-5 and 275 pounds, Herron is still playing basketball (he appeared in eight games for Bullis this winter) but his football recruiting stock gained traction after a solid junior campaign in which he was a key contributor to Bullis’ explosive offense. Herron received his first scholarship offer from Villanova following his freshman season, but now has plenty of other suitors. Maryland, Michigan and Michigan State have all inquired about Herron, and in recent months, Boston College, Duke and Wake Forest have intensified the interest, he said. Herron visited Wake Forest last week, and has paid unofficial visits to Duke, Boston College and Villanova recently, he said.

Dutchmen dethrone BC (Boston Herald)
“The loss hurts in not being able to win another championship and become the first class to win three. The pain for me is knowing I won’t be able to wear the BC jersey anymore, because it’s been a lifelong dream,” Mullane said. “Once an Eagle, always an Eagle.”

Lacrosse Defeats No. 9/10 Virginia, 10-7, in Red Bandanna Game (
Freshman Sarah Mannelly scored three goals to lead Boston College past No. 9/10 Virginia, 10-7, in the team's Red Bandanna No. 19 Game at the Newton Campus Field on Saturday afternoon. walks and talks with former BC standout Linebacker-turned-pro Luke Kuechly to discuss his transition back to campus after having a heroic defensive performance in his rookie season in the the NFL. Luke continues his impression of Clark Kent here at Chestnut Hill as he completes his degree flying under the radar, but says he likes it that way.