BC's clean record and other links
The Wall Street Journal noted that BC is one of only four BCS teams that have never been found guilty of any major violation. The other rule followers are Northwestern, Penn State and Stanford. This sort of rehashes my post from earlier this year. It is just not in BC's culture to cheat in sports. Our fans don't care that much.
Spencer tries to explain the logic of the ACC divisions.
BC lost out on two recruits that seemed like good fits. The first was IL QB Wes Lunt. The bigger surprise though was Jason Sylva's commitment to UConn. We just offered Sylva and he supposedly always loved BC. Something got lost in the sales pitch. We are loaded at LB, but I do have concerns when we lose out to UConn on players that should be ours.
Jeff Goodman says Joe Jones and Al Skinner are both in the mix for the BU opening. I would hate to lose Jones at this point. It will be interesting to see how it plays out. I am surprised it has taken this long, but I do think BU is going in the right direction.
BC took part in a conference for schools competing for attention in a pro market. I'll have more on this later in the week.
The ACC named BC Golfer John Nurczynski to its all academic team.