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Boston College Daily Links: Key High Schools For Football Recruiting

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Daily links for Friday, June 28, 2013.

Jared Wickerham

What are the most important high school programs for BC football? (Eagle In Atlanta)
What are the most important programs to BC's success? The reality is that BC takes kids from all over and has to look beyond friendly programs to find talent. But I do think there are a few high schools that will always be important.

Hello, ACC!: Top 10 Things Syracuse Should Be Dreading (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)
Boston College is likely to get back to respectability, but if they can't, it's likely we'll be right there with them. Despite the bridge Pitt (and UVa and Virginia Tech) form between BC, SU and the rest of the league, we're still largely an outlier and need to be wary of the repercussions of that.

2013 ACC Football Preview: Atlantic Division (I Hate JJ Redick)
Haters gonna hate.

The Effects of Your Drive on Your Opponent's Next Drive (Football Study Hall)
Taking a look at how the outcome of your own drive influences your opponent's next drive.

A Hughes Loss For Hokieball (Gobbler Country)
I see what you did there.

Incoming Freshman Hayley Dowd Attends US U-20 Camp (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College women's soccer team will be represented at the U.S. Under-20 Women's National Team training camp at the University of Portland from July 2-11 by incoming freshman Hayley Dowd. The team is preparing for qualifying for the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Canada.

Four Track And Field Athletes Earn Academic Accolades (BCEagles.com)
Four Boston College women's track and field athletes were named to the All-ACC Women's Academic Team, announced Tuesday by the conference office. Senior Jillian King, senior Kelsey Huckins, junior Bridget Dahlberg and junior Morgan Mueller were all named to the conference academic team.

Thanks to @BCMike22 for this video.