Saturday, August 06, 2011

Larmond back and other links

Colin Larmond says he's healthy and poised for a big season. If he can stretch the field, I think it will make like easier for Rettig and the offense in general.


Incoming BC basketball winger Lonnie Jackson knows the adjustment to college will be overwhelming. Yet he's still excited to play Duke.


The Capital Region Football Hall of Fame enshrined Josh Beekman for his standout high school, college and pro career. Although the Bears cut him, Beekman is still trying to catch on with another team.


Alex Albright continues to make good impressions with the Cowboys. When he signed with Dallas, I questioned the fit...which reinforces how little I know.


It sounds like Kiwi is ready to have a big year and put his neck issues behind him.


BC soccer player Kevin Mejia spent some time this summer as counselor at a soccer training center.


The recently retired Damien Woody joined ESPN as an analyst. Bristol is getting pretty full of BC guys.

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At 11:18 AM, Blogger Eddierock said...

Hey ATL:

I read in the papers the other day that FSU coach Jimbo Fisher's son suffers from a rare bone marrow disease (Fanconi Anemia). They have set up a charity to rise funds for Fanconi Amenia research: "kidz 1st fund".

Reflecting on the outpouring of support that Mark Herzlich received from the ACC when his cancer was diagnosed, it would be a nice gesture for the BC community to reciprocate by rallying around a campaign for Jimbo's son.

I intend to contribute, but would like to do so through a BC venue if possible.

 

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