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Boston College Daily Links: Football Will Finish Last In Atlantic Division, According To Preseason Mags

Daily links for Thursday, July 18, 2013.

Jared Wickerham

Syracuse football will finish sixth in ACC's Atlantic Division, according to preseason magazines (
Consensus says Boston College will finish below Syracuse.


NCAA Severs Ties With EA Sports (Backing The Pack)
That's all years down the line, but the NCAA's decision to cut ties with EA Sports is fascinating for its possible implications regarding the governing body's mindset. Ed O'Bannon got 'em runnin' scared, man.

Bracket reveal: 2K Sports Classic (ESPN Men's College Basketball Nation Blog)
Most of this preview is spent slobbering the Huskies. Small BC shout out / preview towards the bottom. It's like we're not even playing in this event.

Smith, Stanley Cup Visit BC (
Ben Smith '10, now a member of the NHL champion Chicago Blackhawks, stopped at Conte Forum Tuesday, bringing with him the Stanley Cup to show his former coach, Jerry York.

Bryant names Lotito softball coach (Bryant University Bulldogs)
The Bryant University Department of Athletics is pleased to announce the naming of Shayne Lotito as head softball coach. The announcement was made today by Director of Athletics Bill Smith. Lotito comes to Bryant having served as an assistant softball coach at Boston College during the 2012-13 season.

Q&A With Logan Hoggarth (
Boston College Sophomore Logan Hoggarth is playing for the Baltimore Red Birds in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League. Hoggarth is currently batting .255 with 11 RBIs and five stolen bases. The Red Birds are in fourth place with a 20-14 record in the CRCBL.

Katya Vasilyev wins an ITA Summer Circuit Tournament (
Sophomore Katya Vasilyev won singles and doubles titles at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Summer Circuit Tournament hosted by Pacific in Northern California earlier this month.

The numbers behind FSU's ACC domination (
Florida State dominated the ACC last season in football last season. The Seminoles won seven regular-season games and the ACC title. FSU was really good. Sometimes you don't need advanced stats to tell you the obvious but sometimes they can explain just how good a team was.