Good morning, everyone. Yesterday, veteran offensive lineman and BC alum Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL. Congrats to Chris on a distinguished career.
Last October, Chris Snee was surrounded by a pack of reporters asking him about the team's decision to place him on season-ending injured reserve. It was the first time the 32-year-old hadn't been able to start double-digit games for the Giants, just a few months after he bulldozed through a painful rehabilitation process on his surgically repaired hip in training camp to make it back for the season-opener.
When it was over, when there were no more teammates to call, no more sleepless nights, no more doctors appointments and no more second thoughts, there was a part of Chris Snee that thought the words would come out easy.
Pitino, Petrino...they're cornering the market on successful head coaches with a history of personal embarrassments.
The next chapter of #TheRivalry will feature new faces on both sides of the field as both Wake and BC look to rebuild their offenses after losing key pieces
Rising senior right-hander John Gorman, a starter in the Boston College rotation, started the summer with the Bourne Braves in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League, but earned a permanent spot with his performance as a reliever and closer. Gorman has four saves, a 2.02 ERA and 13 strikeouts.