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Boston College Daily Links: Let The Games Begin

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Happy Friday, BC fans!


It's finally starting (sort of). After a long summer, the sons and daughters of Boston College return to playing fields today to start the sports season.

The women's soccer team has an exhibition match against Providence College this afternoon at 1 PM on Newton Campus. On Sunday, the men's soccer team plays their first game of the year, a home exhibition against Northeastern. Next week, Field Hockey gets started as well. And, of course, we are 15 days away from kickoff against Villanova.

On to the links:

Evans, Freese help make BC strong on special teams - The MetroWest Daily News

Nate Freese is a weapon. So is Spiffy Evans. As bad as last year was, BC was actually pretty good in some areas. In particular, the special teams were solid.

Hurrah, someone wrote something positive!

ACC FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Boston College | ACC Insider

The problem is that there probably aren't enough good players to go around to make a return to the postseason anything more than a wishful longshot. The good news, however, is that expectations are low and that BC only needs to win only three games for Addazio's first season to be an improvement over his predecessor Frank Spaziani's last one.


Maryland Athletics Ran a 21 Million Dollar Deficit Last Year - Tar Heel Blog

A university report lays out just how bad the terrapins' finances look.


Danbury High's Rachel Gartner to play basketball at Boston College - NewsTimes

Danbury High point guard Rachel Gartner -- who, along with twin sister Rebecca, forms the program's dynamic backcourt duo -- has landed a full athletic scholarship to Boston College, the Danbury Board of Education announced in a release Thursday.

Miles leads young Georgia State program into FBS | Online Athens


5. LEARN A NEW PRO-STYLE OFFENSE: Miles hired former Boston College coach and Atlanta Falcons offensive line coach Jeff Jagodzinski as offensive coordinator. Jagodzinski, who coached Matt Ryan at Boston College, inherits senior receivers Albert Wilson, who led the team with 48 catches for 947 yards and seven touchdowns, and Danny Williams, who had 20 catches.