With the new year fast approaching, we wanted to take a look back at our most popular posts of 2014. Here are the top 10 posts that brought in the most readers this year.
10. Jay Wright to Leave Villanova for BC by Papal Decree
Per Mark Blaudschun, the search concludes. Remember when we skewered Brad Bates for his hire? Hey at least he didn't do that for football, too, or anything.
9. Boston College Superfan Class Shirts, Ranked
It's amazing how fired up people get over the slogans of the shirts. And not a single slogan incorporated anything about Busch Light, Andre champagne, Red Dog, Genny Creme Ale, and any number of Bacardi selections aiding in the horrible life decision making process.
8. Strike Out ALS: The Ice Bucket Challenge Recap
What kind of impact did we make, and who's helping pass forward the message and make an impact in the community at large?
7. Boston College Basketball Coaching Search: Pressure Mounts?
OMG WE WANTED BRUCE PEARL WHY CAN'T WE HAVE BRUCE PEARL.
6. Photos: Boston College Unveils Red Bandana-Inspired Helmets, Gloves And Cleats For USC Game
This should probably be higher. The ultimate dude gear, revealed.
5. New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Boston College vs. Penn State at Yankee Stadium
The Eagles accept an invite to the 2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl opposite an old foe.
4. Strike Out ALS: The Ice Bucket Challenge
In honor of BC's own Pete Frates, a social media campaign that swept the nation by storm to raise awareness for ALS.
3. Clemson Ranked In Both Major Polls Ahead of BC Game
For the second time this season, Boston College will host a top 25 outfit on the Heights.
2. Boston College Wide Receiver Alex Amidon Set To Pursue Career As Navy SEAL
The ultimate dude will attempt to join the military's elite over a career in the NFL.
1. Former Boston College Hockey Player Corey Griffin Dies In Accident
The Boston College community received terrible news when a news report confirmed that former BC hockey player Corey Griffin passed away in a tragic accident in Nantucket. R.I.P. Corey.
Which posts or stories of 2014 stand out to you?