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Boston College Daily Links: Piling On The Don

Daily links for Friday, January 3, 2013

Adam Hunger

Happy Friday! For those snowed in today, start off with some links, chock full of shootyhoops pessimism:

Boston College Basketball: It’s Time for Steve Donahue to Go - Soaring to Glory - A Boston College Fan Site

No later than the conclusion of this season, Boston College Eagles basketball coach Steve Donahue should be dismissed.

Night Court: Who started the new year the right way? -

Boston College drops its 10th loss of the season. It came to Harvard, which isn't a "bad" loss, but at this point the Eagles are unquestionably playing below a level almost everyone thought they'd be at. Now they're 4-10 after dropping a 73-58 decision at Harvard on Wednesday.

ACC basketball: What we learned in nonconference | NC State |

Virginia, Maryland, Boston College and Georgia Tech were supposed to rise up and help the "best get better." Simply put, they're still soft and still closer to the bottom (Miami and Virginia Tech) than the top.

Boston College Coach Steve Donahue Falls Down While Complaining to Referees (The Big Lead)

Boston College dropped to 4-10 on the season with a 15-point loss on the road to Harvard. Late in the 2nd half, Harvard's Kyle Casey swatted a Ryan Anderson shot at the rim. It was close to goaltending, but the referees didn't see a problem with the block. This caused Boston College coach Steve Donahue to jump up and down and throw a fit. The fit ended with Donahue falling down.

What Does O'Brien's Departure Mean for 2014 Recruits? - Black Shoe Diaries

Noah Beh (OT)- Beh is also reportedly firm with his commitment. If he were to decommit, Boston College would likely come calling as they were the other half of his original final 2.

2014 IIHF World Junior Championship: USA vs. Russia Recap | The United States of Hockey

The U.S. played with fire too much and got burned. Now their World Junior Championship is over. Team USA fell to Russia 5-3 in the quarterfinals in Malmo today. A pair of 5-on-3 power-play goals in the second period made up the difference.

Billett Tabbed HEA Goaltender of the Month (

Billett wins Boston College's eighth Hockey East award of the season with; Reaps Goaltender of the Month Honors with a .970 save percentage and 1.04 goals against average.

A season of surprises in Hockey East - Boston Colleges Blog - ESPN Boston

So begins the second half of one of the most unpredictable Hockey East seasons of recent vintage. Every team, it seems, has recorded big wins.