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Brooks Sutherland
September 08, 2017 - 9:24 pm
Boston College showcased a new style in last Saturday’s 23-20 win over Northern Illinois. Head coach Steve Addazio not only elected to start redshirt freshman Anthony Brown in the game, but had enough trust in the youngster to throw the ball 42 times, the most a BC quarterback has thrown during his...
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Brooks Sutherland
September 01, 2017 - 9:35 pm
The much-anticipated Boston College quarterback battle is over. Redshirt freshman Anthony Brown will become the second-ever freshman in school history to start an opener. The announcement came all the way down to the very last minute before coach Steve Addazio elected to go with potential in his...
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Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports
Brooks Sutherland
August 31, 2017 - 11:26 am
Friday night under the lights in Dekalb, Illinois, lots of questions surrounding Boston College will be answered. Who gets the nod at quarterback, senior Darius Wade or freshman Anthony Brown? How many running backs will emerge from BC’s five-deep backfield? Will Rimington watch-lister Jon Baker...
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Scott McLaughlin
May 26, 2017 - 1:39 pm
Last summer, the Boston University Terriers had four players drafted in the first round. When they hit the ice this fall, only one will still be on the team. After Clayton Keller signed with the Arizona Coyotes and Charlie McAvoy signed with the Boston Bruins following the end of the Terriers’Â...
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Scott McLaughlin
April 20, 2017 - 2:49 pm
Boston College announced on Thursday that it has hired Martin Jarmond as its new director of athletics. Jarmond comes to Chestnut Hill from Ohio State, where he served as the deputy director of athletics. He succeeds Brad Bates, who resigned in February and took a job as vice president with...
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Providence beat Boston University to win the national championship the last time Boston hosted the Frozen Four in 2015. (Greg M. Cooper/USA Today Sports)
Scott McLaughlin
April 18, 2017 - 1:38 pm
It felt like an eternity when Boston went 11 years without a Frozen Four before TD Garden hosted college hockey’s 2015 championship. The city and the Garden won’t have to wait as long this time, as the NCAA announced on Tuesday that Boston will host the 2022 Frozen Four. The NCAA also announced the...
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Seniors Luke Esposito and Tyler Moy comfort each other after Thursday’s Frozen Four loss. (Dennis Wierzbicki/USA Today Sports)
Scott McLaughlin
April 06, 2017 - 9:37 pm
Harvard's first Frozen Four game in 23 years was about as thrilling a contest as you'll get. No, there wasn't a lot of scoring. But there were plenty of chances, some great saves, some big hits and a consistently fast pace. Oh, and there was a wild finish that featured a go-ahead goal and two shots...
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Ryan Donato is tied for the Harvard team lead in goals. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
April 05, 2017 - 4:15 pm
After winning its first Beanpot in 24 years and capturing the ECAC regular-season and tournament titles, it was clear that Harvard had a special group this season. The Crimson’s run continued in the NCAA tournament, as they ended up the lone New England representative in the Frozen Four in Chicago...
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