Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Men's soccer knocked out of ACC Tourney and other links

Clemson knocked BC out of the ACC men's soccer tournament with penalty kicks. After two OTs, the shootout is a brutal way to lose. BC finishes the season 8-5-5. 

Pat Forde addressed Spaz in his Forte-yard dash column. I think he undersells the quality of the job. Support is not great and recruiting is tough, but the pressure is low and the conference is very winnable.

Greg Joyce wrote a great column on Duece Finch. As the No. 2 running back on the depth chart, Finch will play this weekend. 

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9 Comments:

At 9:39 AM, Blogger Tim said...

We might see the men's soccer team in the NCAA's. Going into the ACC tournament, they were a projected NCAA tourney team. Not sure how much the early exit from the ACC tourney hurts those chances.

http://www.collegesoccernews.com/index_files/Page5248.htm

 
At 11:39 AM, Blogger Henning12 said...

The only thing that would take the sting out of last nights loss for Romney would be a 3 pm press conference by bates to announce spaz's voluntary resignation.

 
At 12:01 PM, Blogger Joseph said...

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At 12:05 PM, Blogger Joseph said...

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At 12:05 PM, Blogger Tim said...

Please shut up about politics. This is a BC sports blog.

 
At 2:44 PM, Blogger jrtmurphy said...

Hey Tim lighten up

 
At 8:35 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Copying just a few excerpts From ESPN Insider:
Ranking top head-coaching candidates

Current Head Coaches

1. If you have not seen or read Sonny Dykes' name by now, it might be time for familiarization. Dykes, the 42-year-old coach of the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, is quickly becoming one of the more buzzed-about names for open or soon-to-be-open coaching jobs.

2. Willie Taggart, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

3. Tommy Tuberville, Texas Tech Red Raiders

4. Dave Doeren, Northern Illinois Huskies

5. Mike MacIntyre, San Jose State Spartans

6. Dan Mullen, Mississippi State Bulldogs

7. Art Briles, Baylor Bears

8. Butch Jones, Cincinnati Bearcats

9. Charlie Strong, Louisville Cardinals

10. Gary Patterson, TCU Horned Frogs

Top coordinators

1. Kirby Smart, Alabama defensive coordinator

2. Chad Morris, Clemson offensive coordinator

3. Mark Stoops, Florida State defensive coordinator

4. Todd Monken, Oklahoma State offensive coordinator

5. Kliff Kingsbury, Texas A&M offensive coordinator

6. Neal Brown, Texas Tech offensive coordinator

7. Brent Pease, Florida offensive coordinator

8. Mark Helfrich, Oregon offensive coordinator

9. Pat Narduzzi, Michigan State defensive coordinator

10. Justin Wilcox, Washington defensive coordinator

Former Coaches

Bobby Petrino
Butch Davis
Phillip Fulmer
Jon Gruden

 
At 10:52 PM, Blogger Big Jack Krack said...

Just wondering - simply wondering - is Bicknell Jr. ready for a head coaching job at BC?

Would he be a good fit - a HC who could attract a top-notch coaching staff with strong recruiting ability?

I'm not promoting him as a candidate - just wondering what others think.

 
At 10:54 PM, Blogger Big Jack Krack said...

I hate it when we lose on penalty kicks - I hate it when any games are decided that way - especially ours - especially to Clemson.

 

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