TV PC Schedule and other links
The big news of the day was the release of the September TV schedule. If you had complaints about ESPN U, I have some bad news for you: our first two games are on ESPN 360. You'll have to watch on your laptops and PCs. However, for alumni clubs this is a great opportunity. Last year, BC Mike was able to get a bar in Atlanta to put the 360 feed on a large flat screen. Clubs, plan ahead and see if you can do the same. I want to vent but this is what you get for playing Northeastern and Kent State. The Clemson game will be on regional broadcasts. The rest of the season really depends on how we play. Now does anyone now how to best put the game on my HDTV at home?
BC announced the latest list of inductees into the BC Varsity Club Hall of Fame. It's a strong class that includes, Nalen, Garay, and Danya Abrams.
The parallels between UVA's issues last year and our issues this year are eerie and unfortunate.
A week later, the epic game against Texas is still in the news. Baseball front office people are discussing the pitch counts and the general abuse on arms at the college level. Cooperstown has also asked for some of the equipment used in the game.
Eagle Insider checked in with future Eagle QB Joe Boisture.
The women's basketball team picked up a verbal from a local product.
HD reported that Albright, Fox and Boek have been to Pennsylvania to see Herzy.
Tony Sanchez is a finalist for the Bench award.
Here is an early look at ACC Hoops. (Thanks to Dave for the link.)