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Boston College Daily Links: More On Seward Commitment

Daily links for Tuesday, May 28, 2013.

BC "Best Answer" For Seward (247 Sports)
"Coach Brown said they would try to use me in multiple different situations," said Seward. "I would play a SAM or Rover, sort of a hybrid safety-outside linebacker type in their defense. I would get out in coverage when (the offense is) in a five-wide set and could be coming off the edge in a three-point stance in other packages."

Winning Attitude Engulfs Eagles Boston College (ACC Sports Journal)
"There’s a phrase running through my mind that I heard in years past," running back Andre Williams said. "The phrase is that if we worked hard and come out Saturday, we will throw it up in the air and see what we got. Maybe we will win and maybe we won’t. There was a lot of ‘if we,’ ‘maybe,’ ‘lucky,’ and it wasn’t really a message like, ‘Yeah, we are about to go out and win this game.’

Rant Sports College Football Top 100 Rankings: No. 98 Boston College (Rant Sports)
While the Eagles don’t face the toughest schedule in the country, the bottom-dwellers in the ACC from a year ago will struggle a bit under the new head coach. I say struggle as in terms or trying to make a bowl game, but the Eagles will come just a bit short of the six-win mark necessary to become bowl-eligible.

McCoshen prepares for Scouting Combine (
Ian McCoshen, No. 24 on NHL Central Scouting's final ranking of the top draft-eligible North American skaters, completed his third season with the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League. The 6-foot-2.5, 207-pound defenseman had 11 goals, 44 points and a plus-35 rating in 53 games this season. The Boston College-bound McCoshen has agreed to submit his thoughts during the 2013 Scouting Combine in Toronto this week.

2013 NHL Draft Prospect: Boston College recruit Ryan Fitzgerald (Western College Hockey Blog)
Ryan Fitzgerald played high school and junior hockey for three coaches with Merrimack connections and his dad played hockey at Providence, but he is attending Boston College in September.

This Is How You Sign A Picture Of Ray Lewis Trying To Tackle You (Deadspin)
This comes to us from reader Andrew, whose friend received this autographed photo from former Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Pete Mitchell. I doubt Mitchell signed too many autographs throughout his eight-year career, but it looks like when he did get the opportunity to do so, he made it count.