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Boston College Daily Links: Williams A Breakout Player In 2013?

Daily links for Thursday, July 25, 2013.


ACC Football Breakout Players for 2013 (
Williams has flashed potential throughout his career and is poised to shine under new coach Steve Addazio. The Pennsylvania native has recorded 1,582 rushing yards and 10 scores in his career but has never topped more than 605 yards in a single season. With Addazio likely to rely more on the run, Boston College returning three starters on the offensive line, and question marks about the depth at running back, Williams could push for 1,000 yards in 2013. And with a lack of standouts returning in the ACC at this position, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Williams make a run at All-ACC honors.

Kuechly focused on wins, not tackles in 2013 (
"I don't have a tackle number because I think that kind of gets skewed every once in a while," Kuechly said. "I think if you make impact plays in games, that's the most important thing; causing a fumble, forcing a turnover, or making a big play."

Former Lincoln-Sudbury star Cole DeNormandie will make his pitch with BC soccer (
And playing two seasons at the University of Cincinnati, the former Lincoln-Sudbury Regional star has transferred to Boston College, where he will suit up for the Eagles this fall. He is also training with the New England Revolution this summer.

Madison Square Garden Has 10 Years To Get Out (Deadspin)
Will the future home of the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament even be there in 10 years?

Keane Johnson shares his story from the World University Games (Conte Confidential)
Former Boston College rowing captain Keane Johnson represented the United States at the 2013 World University Games July 6-8 in Kazan, Russia. He shared his story, from the airport drama to the racing and everything in between, with Conte Confidential.

Hannah Angel Named Assistant Softball Coach (
Hannah Angel has been named assistant softball coach at Boston College, according to an announcement made by head coach Ashley Obrest.