Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Honors keep rolling in for Kuechly and other links

Luke Kuechly continued to earn recognition for his outstanding play this year. Sports Illustrated named his second team All America. (Castonzo earned honorable mention from SI.)


CFN named him first team.


The Sporting News handed out accolades to some BC freshman. Chris Pantale and Kuechly made Freshman All ACC. Kuechly made their first team, national team too.


Jared Dudley has become a dangerous shooter from long range.


Did anyone else know that the BC band performed at the Heisman ceremony? Pretty cool.


The guys from BC Draft held an interview with Johnathan Coleman.


Freshman Steven Whitney earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors.

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6 Comments:

At 12:18 PM, Blogger mod34b said...

"Luke Kuechly continued to earn recognition for his outstanding play this year. Sports Illustrated named his second team All America. (Castonzo earned honorable mention from SI.)"

I think Harris also got honorable mention from SI

 
At 12:20 PM, Blogger mod34b said...

he did.

"Donald Buckram, UTEP; John Clay, Wisconsin; Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State; Lance Dunbar, North Texas; Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech; Montel Harris, Boston College; LaMichael James, Oregon; Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State; Curtis Steele, Memphis; Vai Taua, Nevada; Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech
"

 
At 5:54 PM, Blogger eagle1331 said...

I wonder if the band had to pay for it's own trip/hotel...

I know some members post here, can you fill us in?

I'm not trying to sound obnoxious, but I think it's funny that we hear about this via twitter, but every BC message board, some local papers, and Dinich highlighted their non-trip to S.F.

 
At 9:00 PM, Blogger Big Jack Krack said...

Not much - or any mention of Kuechly in the Boston papers. Second Team All American as a true Freshman - First Team on CFN.

Unbelievable.

Maybe tomorrow. If not, where might the Athletic Dept. publicists be hiding?

 
At 9:08 PM, Blogger Big Jack Krack said...

BTW - I think the Band is doing a great job (especially for its size) and I'm sorry BC couldn't figure out how to skim $1M from the ACC Bowl Share to send them.

Maybe it's a little more, maybe a little less - who cares? Spend every cent you make on the Bowl game, Gene - and then some. Too bad you lost so much revenue on poor ticket sales this year.

It's tough enough to sell some ACC games without serving up Northeastern and Kent State - so what do you do for an encore in 2010? Start the season with Webber State and Kent State. Makes me want to PUKE!

BTW - are you losing your edge a little bit, Gene?

 
At 8:48 PM, Blogger mmason said...

When I see that great BC Band at the Heisman event and then think that we won't have our band rockin' on a nationally televised football bowl game vs. USC because of some lame excuses...

Got to wonder what this says to the kids and the team and all our West Coast alums (#4 feeder state) who will be there at a game our admin is treating like it's chopped liver. Another missed opportunity to tell America that :"We. Are. BC!"...instead we look like the light weight wannabe over-achievers from the downside of the ACC. The thing that really blows is that we can win this game...and when we do, there won't be any music at the dance. Perfect.

 

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