Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Kuechly AP All America and other links

At this point I don't know if one award means more to Luke Kuechly than any other, but he has been named to the AP All America team. This is fairly prestigious due to the legacy of the team and the diverse voter set.


Luke made SI's team earlier in the week.


As BCI noted, BC football had its worst attendance numbers since Alumni expanded in 1994.
Donnie Fletcher picked an agency. He is predicted to be a mid-round pick.


Robert Francois is making the most of his playing time in Green Bay.


BC High Tight End Jameson McShea is considering BC. He just decommited from Temple.

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3 Comments:

At 10:02 PM, Blogger hsk said...

Re: attendance those figures are bogus. Those are tickets sold numbers vs. who was actually there. Will only get "better" next year because GDF told us so. Basketball attendance is horrific as well. I understand the limitations of our current group of players, but we should be able to get more than 5o students to show up at a game ??? But to Kuechly, nothing but congratulations as these awards and recognition is truly deserved. Good luck next year wherever your travels will take you.

 
At 10:10 PM, Blogger Big Jack Krack said...

If we had an AD and a HC who could reclaim the home field and bring some magic, we wouldn't have any problems bringing in fans for Army, ND, Clemson, Miami, Virginia Tech - even Maryland and Maine.

Our players certainly deserve our support.

 
At 10:55 PM, Blogger Lenny Sienko said...

I was saddened to hear of the passing of Joe Restic, former HC of Harvard with the longest coaching tenure in Harvard history and father of the multi-flex offense.

His battles with Carmen Cozza of Yale were models of innovation and competitiveness.

Fans would enjoy seeing the multi-flex or one of its derivatives at our own Alumni Stadium.

 

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