John Farrell: Team chemistry, culture are crucial to success (ESPN Boston)
"The first thing I said to the team was, 'There's a lot of really great players in college football, but there's not a lot of really great teams. And the reason is there's a lot of selfishness. And we need to be a great team,' " Addazio said. "The starting point is squeeze selfishness out. That's our goal right now, to be the best team we can be in college football."
Pace in college football: 2012 (Football Study Hall)
Boston College's offense was sloooooooooooow in 2012.
CM's Bletzer commits to Boston College (ESPN Boston)
"I think you go through all the drills offensively and defensively, his athleticism is something that stands out," Campea said. "Then they work him out and see how competes -- you gotta have both ends of the spectrum. A lot of those guys out there are really good athletes, but the special ones are the ones who continue to compete at a high level. They want to be not just good, but great. Kevin works hard enough, his compete level and willingness to work hard is something that stood out for him."
Boston College secures football commitment from O’Connell’s Kam Moore (WaPo.com)
“I talked with [BC assistant coach] Frank Leonard, who recruits this area, for a good bit and they kind of fell in love with Kam and his film,” O’Connell Coach Del Smith said. “Don Brown likes height and Kam fits that bill, and once they saw what he could do at camp, he got that call with an offer.”
Boston College Eagles 2013 Specialists (Kickology)
Howell is the frontrunner to replace Gerald Levano who graduated. "I have been working out day by day. I have also training with Coach Mike McCabe from One on One Kicking. My goals for the summer and season are the same as my team. We have a vision of becoming a great team once again, but it all starts with the first game. The new coaching staff, under head coach Steve Addazio, is leading us in an unimaginable way to win again."
Q&A: Tyler King (Conte Confidential)
King talked to Conte Confidential about the meet and his thoughts of putting running on the backburner for awhile to enjoy the summer and other aspects of life.