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Boston College Daily Links: Setting Record Straight With The "Workout Warrior"

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It's just about NFL Draft time so that can only mean one thing: "the workout warrior"

Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

Draft Questionnaire: Setting the record straight with Mike Mamula (CBSSports.com)
But it wasn't in 1995, when the Eagles traded up to choose Mamula, and I caught up with the part owner and director of business development at Css Inc., an employment screening company outside of Philadelphia, to ask what he thinks when he hears the term "workout warrior" attached to his name and what he learned about the draft process that he can pass on to others.

Checking in with Alex Amidon: Part II (ESPN ACC Blog)
On Tuesday we checked in with BC receiver Alex Amidon to get his take on how the Eagles have been progressing this spring under first-year coach Steve Addazio and coordinator Ryan Day. Here is the second part of our conversation.

Boston College Football Recruiting: On Class Rankings (Soaring To Glory)
Here’s what we therefore perceive: that Steve Addazio and his staff have recruited with a greater intensity than we’ve seen in a long time, and it’s paying dividends, even if those only amount to good things being said about the program.

No. 18/15 Lacrosse Edges Harvard, 13-12 (BCEagles.com)
Sophomore Covie Stanwick matched a career high with six goals as No. 18/15 Boston College edged Harvard, 13-12, at a sun-splashed Newton Campus Lacrosse Field on Wednesday evening.

Austin Cangelosi Hopes to Lead Phantoms to a Clark Cup (Conte Confidential)
And, of course, there’s Cangelosi, who Youngstown head coach Anthony Noreen has called a “program changer.”

Softball's Rally Falls Short Against Providence (BCEagles.com)
The BC softball rallied from an early 4-0 deficit to tie the game but runs in the fifth and sixth innings propelled the Friars to a 7-4 win at Shea Field on Wednesday.