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Boston College Daily Links: Transfers To Watch In The ACC

Daily links for Wednesday, June 12, 2013.

Jacksonville FL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Jarvis Jones (29) rushes as Florida Gators offensive tackle Matt Patchan (71) holds during the second quarter of their game at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Transfers to watch in the ACC (ESPN ACC Blog)
Matt Patchan, OL, Boston College. The Eagles need major help on the offensive line and could get it in the form of Patchan, who has immediate eligibility after transferring in from Florida. He will be available for fall practice. The only issue to keep in mind is he has been injury prone for his entire career.

Herzlich hopes 2013 is breakthrough year (ESPN New York)
"This is an unbelievable opportunity, just to have the opportunity to break into the starting role," Herzlich said. "And the rest is on me -- whether I perform well enough and do well enough and study well enough to get that job."

Chart: Recruiting rankings for the 31 new head coaches (
Here's a look at the how the 31 new head coaches in college football currently stack up. Steve Addazio has surprisingly received 13 commitments, while Western Michigan head coach PJ Fleck has unusually secured 11 commitments for a MAC program before the July.

Football: EA's Butts picks up offer from Boston College (
Episcopal Academy's Evan Butts, a 6-foot-4, 225-pound junior tight end and defensive end, picked up a scholarship offer Monday evening from Boston College. He was at the school's one-day camp Sunday.

California’s Scott Savage Follows Unusual Path to Boston College (Conte Confidential)
California is known for a lot of things—Hollywood, surfing, The Beach Boys, to name only a few. Producing ice hockey standouts, until recently, wasn’t one of them. “We’re starting to produce more players,” said future Boston College defenseman Scott Savage. “We’re no longer the surfer boys who can’t play hockey.”

SUPERFAN SLOGAN UPDATE, V 16 (Heights and Lows)
As this is a pretty important discussion to have, we must now rank this shirt (the 16th slogan, for those counting at home). As far as we are concerned, these rankings are barely up for discussion.