Posted January 29, 2013 on
Xavier High (Middletown, Conn.) quarterback Tim Boyle committed to Boston College in June, but that was before a change in coaching staff and the move a different offense. Boyle remains committed to the Eagles, but he is also talking to three other programs.
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The Tar Heels must put the NC State loss behind them as they head north to face Boston College - a game they can't afford to lose when it comes to postseason aspirations. Tuesday's tip-off at Conte Forum is at 9 p.m. and will be televised by ESPNU.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – P.J. Hairston opened Tuesday’s game at Boston College the same way he finished Saturday’s loss at N.C. State – on fire. That high was soon followed by a traumatic low, however, as the sophomore guard suffered a concussion on a violent mid-air collision with a teammate.
Three-star Xavier (Middletown, CT) QB Tim Boyle is still verbally committed to Boston College, but he's taking a look around before making his final decision. On Tuesday, he discussed his possible upcoming visits.