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Boston College Daily Links: Bright Future For Boston College Football

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Daily links for Tuesday, April 9.

Jared Wickerham

BC Football - bright future (ACC Football Rx)
For "the Dazzler" and the rest of you BC Eagle fans out there: the future's so bright, you gotta wear shades! To an outsider, it looks like Boston College athletics are certainly headed in the right direction. How so? Consider...

ACC burning questions: After change-filled offseason, who emerges? (CBSSports.com)
And only one of the four, Boston College, returns a starting quarterback. Chase Rettig thew for 3,075 yards and with 17 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. But he is learning a new offensive system under new OC Ryan Day, who likes his quarterbacks to be mobile. Josh Bordner, the backup quarterback, was recruited by Day out of high school. Rettig will probably be the guy when the season starts but don't be surprised if Bordner gets snaps because of his running ability.

ODU to hire Boston College defensive line coach (HamptonRoads.com)
Former Boston College defensive line coach Jeff Comissiong will be named ODU’s assistant head coach and defensive line coach, said multiple sources who asked not to be identified.

Could a Scheduling Alliance Between the ACC, Big 12 and Notre Dame Truly Work? (Atlantic Coast Convos)
Could be a lucrative proposition for all parties involved.

Conference USA weighing 16-team model (CBSSports.com)
Ugh, why? This has been done before. Unsuccessfully.

Rix Garners WomensLax.com Player of the Week Honors (BCEagles.com)
Sophomore Mikaela Rix has garnered WomensLax.com Player of the Week honors for her four-goal performance in Boston College's 10-9 win over No. 6/5 Duke on Saturday, the website announced today.

Golf Tournament Set To Honor Pete Frates, Dick Kelley (Heights Sports Blog)
The ALS Charity Golf Tournament will be held at Newton Commonwealth Golf Course on Apr. 27, with the proceeds going to the ALS Foundation for Frates, a former BC baseball player and current Director of Baseball Operations, and Kelley, an SID for the men’s basketball team.