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PLAYERS: Alex Riley
New Jersey Tight End Tom Sweeney is now the 20th commitment in the 2014 recruiting class. I keep thinking Addazio might slow down and save a couple of scholarships for late bloomers or big names, but he seems ready to take the guys he wants. The consensus on Sweeney is that he is a good athlete but needs to fill out and grow into his frame. It is nice to keep the Don Bosco connections strong.Chris Herren is now taking his story of demons and redemption to NFL rookies.I still don't get the connection, but Matt Ryan attended the William & Mary Football camp Tuesday. Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck were also there. Somebody in Williamsburg has got some serious pull.The ACC signed a deal with the Pinstripe Bowl. A guarantee BC will play in that bowl at least once during the life of the agreement.Steve Donahue is a fan of Kelly's Roast Beef.BC guy and WWE star Alex Riley (fka as BC LB Kevin Kiley) might become a WWE commentator. Who knew Addazio would spend so much time talkin...
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