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SB Nation teams up with Google for full Google+ integration (Blog Huddle)
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The year’s five most unforgettable sports moments (
When one of your top five moments of the year is a win over Maryland, you're doing it wrong.

Poll: ACC bowl tie-ins in 2014 (ESPN ACC Blog)
Swofford recently told that the league could increase its bowl tie-ins to nine or 10 games. Will that be enough? Too many?

Alex Amidon is BC’s Big Catch (Southern Pigskin)
As the season approaches, Amidon will settle into the summer still relatively unknown. Even with more staggering production, his most prominent press may still come in team scouting reports.

Boston tragedy hits close to home for Boston College's Steve Addazio (Orlando Sentinel)
“It was eerie … it reminded me of when I was at Notre Dame during 9-11,” he said. “We were in the same sort of situation. We were all bunkered down in meeting rooms when the planes hit. I just remember saying to myself, ‘Wow, this is an eerily similar feeling. It was crazy. You found yourself glued to the TV and mesmerized by the news. It was a little paralyzing, to tell you the truth.”

Atlantic Coast Convos: Previewing Boston College Football (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)
In this week's podcast, John Cassillo and Dan Lyons discuss new/old rival, the Boston College Eagles, and the current state of that football program. As you may or may not know already, Syracuse and Boston College will both be playing in the ACC's Atlantic Division, and as such, will face off annually (just like we used to!).

Ohio LB Chris Frey commits to Michigan State (with video) (
The 6-foot-3, 217-pound Frey picked MSU over Kentucky, according to He also reportedly had scholarship offers from Purdue, Boston College, Syracuse and others.

Kentucky dips into Baltimore for Kobie Walker (ESPN)
Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) safety Kobie Walker is set to play in the Southeastern Conference for Kentucky, the Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal reports. "I don't think anybody has ever come out of Baltimore to commit to Kentucky," he said. "I feel good. It started a trend to hopefully get some more guys out of the area and my schools to go there." Walker selected the Wildcats over scholarship offers from Boston College, Hawaii, Miami (Fla.), North Carolina State, Oklahoma State, Old Dominion, Rutgers, Syracuse and Wisconsin.

Eagles Eye Early Enrollee LB (247 Sports) ($)
Boston College’s Al Washington has been making a strong push in the Carolinas this spring, already pulling in a commitment from heralded defensive end Harold Landry. Another target he has been strong after lately is Concord (NC) linebacker Logan Sedergren.

Lacrosse's Rix, Stanwick Earn IWLCA All-American Honors (
Boston College sophomores Mikaela Rix and Covie Stanwick have earned IWLCA Second-Team All-American honors, the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced on Wednesday.