50 Twitter Accounts Every ACC Fan Should Follow (Atlantic Coast Convos)
To make up for it, I’ve taken it upon myself to compile a list of the 50 Twitter accounts every ACC fan should go ahead and follow. While there’s certainly a football focus here, I’ve tried to make sure the list covers all things ACC as well. Note the handles are listed in alphabetical order — there’s no ranking required when you have such a great group of personalities to choose from. #goacc
Agape Latte: Espresso Your Faith Week with Coach Addazio (bc.edu)
Listen to special Agape Latte guest speaker, Coach Addazio share his passion for life and faith.
Steve Addazio Re-Energizing Boston College Eagles' Recruiting Efforts (Rant Sports)
So yes, I think the BC Eagles are the surprise darlings of the 2014 recruiting class. A top-20 class (however early it still is) with a good blend of prospects both local and national is impressive, especially at Boston College. The key now will be to not only keep up the success on the recruiting trail, but ultimately winning games again. That’s something BC has a long history of, and if this early recruiting success is any indication, it is something that should become common once again in Chestnut Hill.
Most important game: Boston College (ESPN ACC Blog)
Because Syracuse and BC are former Big East rivals, and it will be the final measure of how much progress Steve Addazio made during the regular season in his first year. Syracuse, which will join the ACC in July, leads the series 28-18, but Boston College won the last meeting, 16-7, in 2010.
B.J. Raji doesn’t want to be anywhere but Green Bay (ProFootballTalk)
“Green Bay gave me my first opportunity, my first shot at this thing,” Raji said, via Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “Obviously I’ve had a great run here. I love the people here. It’s a great organization, it’s a great city for football. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.”
How to Work Out Like the Boston College Rugby Team (bostonmagazine.com)
This sport requires both strength and endurance. Games consist of two 40-minute halves with no time-outs—players run as many as seven miles per match at high intensity—so it’s critical that the team is in peak physical shape. “You don’t have to be big and muscly to play,” says assistant coach Tony Dow, who oversees the strength and conditioning regimen for BC’s team, which is ranked 13th in the nation. “There are different positions for different types of people.”
Student-Athletes Earn CRCA Honors (BCEagles.com)
Several student-athletes on the Boston College women's rowing team and assistant coach Amy Weatherby earned awards from the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association, the CRCA announced on Tuesday.