COLUMN: Rettig Proves He Is Ready To Run His Team (The Heights)
"You’ve got to be doing your job before you can start commanding it from other people in the huddle," Rettig said. "That’s what I’m trying to do. I’m trying to play the best football I can for the offense and make the best decisions so that we can be successful."
Boston College in the 2013 NFL Draft: April 11 Update (Soaring To Glory)
The 2013 NFL Draft is also fast approaching, and the first round will take place in New York City just two weeks from today. There’s no risk that any Boston College football players will be snatched up in that opening day, but it has at least become a bit more likely that an Eagle will get drafted sometime between then and the Mr. Irrelevant announcement.
More than 41 percent of ACC football assistants will be new this season (dailypress.com)
BOSTON COLLEGE (8): Running backs coach Al Washington is the lone holdover from the staff of fired head coach Frank Spaziani. New big whistle Steve Addazio’s coordinators, Ryan Day on offense and Don Brown on defense, accompanied him from Temple.
Rutgers recruiting: Scarlet Knights offer tight end, Trey Klock; Rutgers in his top two (NJ.com)
Klock would like to make his final choice before the launch of the 2013 high school football season. Getting a good education on the next level is Klock’s main concern. "I’d love to make a decision before my senior season so I can focus on football, and on finishing strong during my senior year," he said. "Education is the main thing I’m looking for. I know a lot of kids say that, but I really take my grades seriously.
BASEBALL: Growing Pains (The Heights)
"All the things that people outside our program look at and say that’s why we can’t win," Gambino said, "when we get this thing going here pretty soon—and we are, we’re moving in that direction—those are going to be all the reasons why we do win.
Softball Drops 11-5 Decision to Maine (BCEagles.com)
Jean Stevens hit two home runs and knocked in six RBI for the Black Bears as the Maine defeated the BC softball team 11-5 at Shea Field on Thursday afternoon.
A sit-down with sophomore basketball sensation Eddie Odio (The Gavel)
Eddie Odio, the booming 6-foot-7 play-making machine for the BC basketball team, caught up with Sports Editor Teddy Kolva to discuss some off-season endeavors, his uncanny ability to throw down and the Boston Red Sox.
Lacrosse's Rix Added to Tewaaraton Watch List (BCEagles.com)
Sophomore Mikaela Rix has earned a spot on the Tewaaraton Award Watch List in the second of two rounds of additions, the Tewaaraton Foundation announced on Thursday.