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2014 NFL Draft Profile: Jordan Matthews

The first round of the NFL Draft is finally here ready to start commencing tonight at 8:00 p.m. The New England Patriots are saddled with the 29th overall selection in the first round. The question, that will be answered just before midnight tonight is, who will the Patriots select? Well, a potential candidate for the […]

College Football Week 4 Roundup: Minutemen Extend Run of Futility

Vanderbilt, 24; Massachusetts, 7 Vanderbilt (2-2) handed UMass its fourth consecutive loss to start the 2013 season (and sixth straight dating back to last year) on Saturday at Gillette Stadium. On this occasion, the Minutemen managed to keep the game close until the final quarter, after a first half which was marred by sloppy offensive […]

Harvard Makes First NCAA Tourney Since 1946

While the buzz of “Linsanity” has died down considerably in the past weeks, there is still reason to talk about Harvard basketball. The Crimson men’s basketball team is going to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1946 after winning the first outright Ivy League championship in school history. The tournament appearance comes just […]

Eagles Comebacks Fall Short; Bowl Win Streak Snapped at 8

There was no “Music City Miracle” for BC as Vanderbilt upset the Eagles and won their first bowl since 1955.  The Eagles brought in the nation’s longest current consecutive bowl game win streak at eight games, including a 2001 Music City win over Georgia.  The Eagles got behind early after starting the game with three […]

BC Among Ten ACC Teams Accepting Bowl Invites

The Atlantic Coast Conference will send a NCAA-record ten teams to bowls this during this postseason. BC will attempt to win its ninth consecutive bowl against Vanderbilt in the Music City Bowl while Florida State will try for its twelfth straight bowl win in the Champs Sports Bowl against Wisconsin. The ACC only has nine […]