Realignment has led to revisionist history, which means guys who didn’t play in the ACC are now ACC Legends. Is that right? On Friday, there was a solid post up on the SB Nation mothership site about  how realignment has changed the scope of history about college sports

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How College Sports Realignment Has Led To Revisionist History

Boston College Basketball: Updated ACC Playoff Picture

by John Madden on February 13, 2016

A top-heavy ACC means a logjam at the bottom of the conference for the last four seeds. For 2016, the normally-reserved-for-North-Carolina ACC Basketball Tournament will change venues to the nation’s capital when it descends on the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. But with Louisville’s self-imposed postseason ban, the league will be forced to adapt its tournament format for a second straight season

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Boston College Basketball: Updated ACC Playoff Picture

Boston College Basketball vs. Syracuse Orange: Final Thoughts and Predictions

February 13, 2016

The Boston College Eagles hope to build off a solid effort against North Carolina against the Syracuse Orange. How Did BC Do Last Time Out? North Carolina 68, Boston College 65: Valiant, Gutty Effort Not Enough For Eagles How Did BC Do Last Time Against Syracuse

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GOAL BY GOAL: BC Women’s Hockey Clinches Hockey East #1 Seed With 5-3 Win Over Northeastern

February 13, 2016

Eagles clinch their second trophy in as many games There is one major difference between last year’s BC women’s hockey team and last years. Last season, the Eagles were not often tested in the regular season.

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Boston College Hockey vs. Merrimack: Complete Coverage

February 12, 2016

The Eagles and Warriors compete in a weekend home and home series on 2/12 and 2/13 Well, I can’t say I saw this one coming. Hockey East has suspended Boston College forward Miles Wood for one game following his hit on BU’s Ahti Oksanen in the first period of Monday night’s Beanpot final

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Boston College Baseball: Ten Games On TV For Birdball

February 12, 2016

176 ACC baseball games will be featured on either ESPN or Raycom Sports, including games at Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Duke, and Pitt. It’s time for Boston College to join that conversation

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Boston College Football Spring Football 2016: Improvement On Offensive Line Is Essential

February 12, 2016

BC’s offensive line can’t have another year like they had in 2015. Will they improve?

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2015-2016 Is On Pace For The Worst Boston College Season Of the ACC Era

February 11, 2016

Despite basketball’s battle on Tuesday, the loss clinched a new record for Boston College in football and basketball since joining the ACC. All the while, the Eagles remained winless in conference, pushing 2015-2016 closer to the brink of an 0-fer.

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Boston College Spring Football 2016: Lack Of Running Back Depth Is Concerning

February 11, 2016

A position vital to the BC offense. Where is BC heading at this position?

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North Carolina 68, Boston College 65: The Night Conte Forum Came Back

February 11, 2016

With attendance numbers dwindling, Boston College became, for one night, a raucous gymnasium where everything else melted away. Prior to tip off of Tuesday night’s game between Boston College and North Carolina, I was amazed at the amount of baby blue roaming the concourses, waiting to come into the arena.

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