Monday, February 08, 2010

Congrats to Carmichael, Dunbar


Congrats to the two BC guys who just picked up Super Bowl rings. With the win Pete Carmichael Jr (on Payton's left above) will enter next offseason as a hot coaching name. Who knows though, maybe one day he'll be back at the Heights.

I hope Dunbar gets another shot at the Super Bowl too. The ring is nice, but I would rather see him healthy.

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6 Comments:

At 7:56 AM, Blogger BCguy said...

never really heard that Dunbar got hurt, I must have missed it. What happened?

 
At 11:05 AM, Blogger Christopher said...

Congrats to all the BC guys that participated. Funny side story - watched the game with a bunch of UGA and AUB fans, and they have no idea what their grads are doing in the pros or what teams they are on, and they are pretty avid college fans. Maybe it is because we have fewer, but I do think BC fans are much better at paying attention to and caring about "BC guys" once they leave our school.

One unrelated question - anyone know how I can watch (on TV or internet) the Beanpot final tonight living in the South? I can't find a way and am desperate to see it

 
At 11:30 AM, Blogger VinnyBostonCollegeEagle said...

The game is on NESN. If you have direct TV you can get it. Or go to a sports bar that does and make them put it on.

 
At 12:00 PM, Blogger Anfield10 said...

Thanks Vinny, I will try a sports bar

 
At 12:01 PM, Blogger Anfield10 said...

And yes, between posting my initial query and my response i finally figured out how to change my blog comment name. it has taken me entirely too long to figure that out

 
At 12:01 PM, Blogger CT said...

Pretty good game last night. Could Reggie Wayne have run a worse route?

Actually very true Christopher. SEC fans in particular are very college-oriented, in that they seem to lose interest once they guys get drafted. I think you're right, though--they put more guys in the NFL and we're much smaller. But that's the SEC for ya. That's why it's the biggest and best college football conference in the country--it's like belonging to a church.

 

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