The Big Lead called our game with USC a trap for the Trojans. It makes sense given their new coach, cross-country travel and coming right after Stanford. Even if USC struggles this year, it would still be a huge win for BC and Addazio in Year 2.
Andre Williams got the NYT feautre treament during Giants Training Camp.
Future Eagle Nolan Borgersen is ready for his final high school season.
Other sites covered this earlier in the week, but ESPN noted how strong BC's recruiting efforts have been in Massachusetts.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Trojan trap and other links
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We have to beat UMass, improve and beat Pitt, and then prepare to get revenge against USC.
In the Tom Coughlin tradition, this game should be circled - but we can't get ahead of ourselves.
Speaking of UMass, if you live in the area, they are really making it attractive to go to Foxboro and sit in a luxury area for $50. Regular tickets are $20, I think.
I can only go to so many games, but if I were local, or even within a couple of hundred miles, I would take advantage of this situation, and enjoy a day at Patriot's Stadium.
Very nice article about Andre - I subscribe to the NYT on the weekends, and was surprised and happy to see this article when I picked up the paper this morning.
Let's go Nolan - have a great and injury free Senior season - best of luck.
I would not get too excited about USC. They absolutely slaughtered BC last Year. BC also got crushed by their other Pac 10 opponent, Arizona. That conference seems to have our number of late.
Oops, I meant Pac 12.
Agreed BJK, Gillette is going to be awesome.
I hate to say it Clav and Krack, but Gillette won't be awesome, it will be empty. No more than 30,00 for a Labor Day weekend tilt. However the tailgating will be much better at Gillette without the Shea Field gestapo harassing the loyal and faithful Flynn Fund donors. Go Eagles!
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