Sunday, September 11, 2005

"Comin' To Your City"

I hate the new Gameday theme (who thought Big & Rich and Cowboy Troy were a good idea?), but I am excited to see that ESPN’s Gameday is coming to BC (I am a sucker for shots of campus and tailgating). I don’t know what they are going to do about fans since Newton laws don’t allow tailgaters on campus nine hours before kickoff (Gameday starts at 10:30 a.m., the game starts at 7:45 p.m.).

Corso and crew’s presence will only heighten the intensity on campus. This is the biggest home game of the TOB era and the first game as member of the ACC.

I am glad to see the team get some pub. Hopefully they will shine in the spotlight.


Pinhead Nation said...

Stumbled across your blog. Good read. Always enjoy reading content about America's Best College.

Collar Up.


Ian said...

Good job on BC's part. Very impressive thus far; I was praying for a Gameday last year for the Miami game. As always, I'm pulling for the ACC school with the quality academic pedigree.

rayctrac said...

what kind of team speed does BC have?

ATL_eagle said...


More size than speed.

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