We are sure to see all manner of #HotTakes between now and when college football finally kicks off at the end of next month. Today's batch of hot takes: "wild cards" from each team in the ACC Atlantic.
ACC wild card players: Atlantic Division - ESPN
Boston College: WR Josh Bordner Steve Addazio is at least trying to be optimistic about Bordner's future at receiver. The 6-foot-4 senior has some physical tools to create mismatches at the position, but after transitioning from QB this spring, he doesn't have much in the way of experience.
Birdballers continue their summer tours:
Summer Ball Q&A: Nick Poore - Boston College Official Athletic Site
Rising senior left-hander Nick Poore is spending his second summer in Sanford, Maine, with the Mainers in the NECBL. He's tallied a 1-0 record with a 1.92 ERA in five games, making two starts. The southpaw has allowed just eight hits while striking out 19 in 18.2 innings of work.
Hockey. Soon. This year, that means adding UConn to the mix.
Hockey East Preview...Boston College Eagles - UCONNHUSKIES.COM
UConn and Boston College have never met on the ice but that will change when the Huskies host the Eagles in their home opener on Wednesday, November 5th at the XL Center.
News and notes from BCEagles.com:
Women's Tennis' Borr Wins ITA Northeast Summer Circuit Tournament - Boston College Official Athletic Site
Boston College rising sophomore Lexi Borr won the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Circuit Tournament at Wellesley and Regis Colleges on July 14. Along with rising junior Wan Yi Sweeting, the BC pair advanced to the finals in doubles action.
Q & A With Women's Basketball's Emilee Daley - Boston College Official Athletic Site
Sophomore guard/forward Emilee Daley played in 19 games last season. She averaged 11.1 minutes and 4.2 points per game. Daley sat down with BC Athletics to discuss her aspirations for the 2014-15 season, interests/hobbies off of the court, and rewards of being on the BC WBB squad. Daley is a native of Sharon, Massachusetts and attended the Rivers School.