Wednesday, September 28, 2005

What to read on Wednesday

Ball State’s woes continue before the game even starts. Here is their list of players who will be suspended for the BC game. Their beat writer is concerned about trying to run on BC. After the Florida State game, I felt our run defense had been solidified. Clemson had me questioning things again. It was a great defensive performance, but Clemson did break a few long runs due to sloppy tackling.


Tigernet picks apart the Clemson game from a Clemson perspective.


O’Brien is asking the ACC to review the brutal hit on Ryan. My opinion: it was a spear.


Al Skinner is optimistic about Sean Williams’ return. I want him back. The team can compete without him, but he could help take it to the next level. There are many reasons for him not to come back. The biggest factor in BC's (and Sean's) favor -- he doesn’t have to miss any more playing time. A transfer year is just more time to lose focus and not play basketball. I know Sean and his family will make the decision that is best for him.


Finally, welcome to new BC blogger, BC Eagle. He hasn’t been at it long, but is off to a very active start.

2 Comments:

At 2:13 PM, Blogger BC Eagle said...

Thank you for the link, and I won't assume the pejorative when you say an "active" start ;)

I really hope we get Williams back, too. I guess that's a given. In his absence we'll see how deep the team really is - there will be high expectations from McLain and Neisler right away.

 
At 3:13 PM, Blogger ATL_eagle said...

BC Eagle:

No slight intended. I have been surprised by how much you have posted in such a short time. Pace yourself. Bloggers have a high burn out rate.

 

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