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Eagle-eye view, right there RT Getting a bird's eye view of my alma mater, @BostonCollege, from the @HoodBlimp. https://t.co/QREG6yMzFX— BC Alumni (@BCAlumni) August 15, 2013Oh the irony MT @KevinGArmstrong: Looking for for Gene DeFilippo? His "Understanding Football and Networking" going for $9.99 on GroupOn— Greg Joyce (@GJoyce9) August 15, 2013Lol Chip Kelly...
Via Eagle in Atlanta
August 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Others mentioning Football's "malaise"

In digging into UMass's football potential, Presnap Read captured the feeling that most of us share: "malaise." If the New York Times writers have a good feel for the mood of BC fans, why doesn't our Athletic Department? Boston College is suffering from a deep-seeded malaise; the Eagles have seen their win total drop in each of the last four years, bottoming out...
Via Eagle in Atlanta
April 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Revisiting the Year 3 trend

I could see the Spaz excuse train coming from miles away, so last July I wondered why Spaz was still using his roster as a potential reason for struggles in Year 3. Forget about Spaz and many of his assistants being part of the staff that recruited our team, even a new coach should have most of his players in by his third year. Yet the Boston media and Spaz apologist accept the lack...
Via Eagle in Atlanta
November 28, 2011  |  Discuss

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