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    BOSTON (CBS) — Boston College is turning to a former assistant of Jerry York to take over for the retired legend. Greg Brown is set to become the new head hockey coach at The Heights. Brown, a former player on the Eagles and longtime assistant to York, is expected to be announced as BC’s new head coach, sources confirmed to WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche. Brown was on York’s staff for three of BC’s national championship teams, and takes over an Eagles team that went 15-18-5 last season. READ MORE: Karen Read, Girlfriend Of Boston Police Officer Hit And Killed During Snow Storm, Appears In CourtBrown joined York’s staff in 2004 and stayed at his alma mater until 2018, when he was named an assistant coach of the New York Rangers in the NHL. He held that role until last year, when he was named the head coach of the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the USHL. READ MORE: Stephen Corbin Arrested In Maine After Fleeing During Child Rape TrialThe 54-year-old was a two-time All-American during his playing days at Boston College, and...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Lexington native Dave DeGuglielmo is headed back to Massachusetts. Boston College announced that it has hired DeGuglielmo as its offensive line coach on Jeff Hafley’s staff in Chestnut Hill. DeGuglielmo is known well among football fans in the region, after he served as the Patriots’ offensive line coach during Dante Scarnecchia’s two-year retirement from 2014-15. READ MORE: Malcolm Butler Reportedly Planning A Comeback In 2022“Dave’s one of the best in the business — NFL or college — when it comes to coaching the offensive line,” Hafley said in the school’s announcement. “We are thrilled to be able to land a two-time Super Bowl champion who is from the Commonwealth and has ties to BC.” READ MORE: Phil Mickelson Sounds Off On Motivation For Flirtation With Saudi League, Blasts PGA Tour 'Dictatorship'DeGuglielmo also won a Super Bowl as part of the New York Giants’ staff in 2007. He served as the assistant offensive line and quality control coach in New York, a stint that ran from 2004-08. He’s coached for eight different NFL teams and five different colleges,...
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Freshman Olivia Miles poured in a career-high 30 points and No. 20 Notre Dame breezed to a 74-61 victory over Boston College on Sunday. Miles sank 12 of 19 shots from the floor, including 4 of 8 from 3-point range, for the Fighting Irish (16-4, 7-2 Atlantic Coast Conference). She topped her previous high of 24 points on a layup with 8:28 left in the fourth quarter, giving Notre Dame a 63-42 lead. She added six assists and four rebounds. Fellow freshman Sonia Citron added 14 points for Notre Dame on 5-of-8 shooting. Maya Dodson pitched in with 12 points and 10 rebounds for her third double-double of the season. The two teams played to a 14-14 tie after one quarter, but Miles scored nine points in the second period and the Irish took a 35-28 lead into halftime. Miles hit two 3-pointers and scored 10 in the third quarter as the Irish built a 59-40 lead heading into the final period. The Irish gained a measure of revenge against the Eagles (14-7, 5-5),...
    CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. (AP) — DeMarr Langford scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Boston College snapped a three-game skid with a 73-60 defeat of Columbia on Friday. Jaeden Zachary added 14 points, Makai Ashton-Langford 11 and Brevin Galloway nine for the Eagles (4-3). Outside of two ties in the first half, Boston College led from the jump, building leads of as many as 14 in the second half. Liam Murphy and Geronimo Rubio De La Rosa led Columbia (2-4) with 19 and 17 points, respectively. Murphy drained five 3-pointers. The Lions had ended the first half down 40-33 but were only able to get within single digits of Boston College three times in the second half, each time featuring a Murphy 3-pointer. BC made 13 field goals in each half and dominated the glass, outrebounding Columbia 48-28 with T.J. Bickerstaff pulling down a career-high 17. BC scored 19 second-chance points to none for Columbia and had a 36-24 advantage on points in the paint. The Eagles are 4-0 against Columbia. ___ More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25...
    BOSTON (CBS) – It’s that time of year – college students are moving back to Boston, ready to kick off another school year. But for those living off campus, they’re facing a difficult housing market. Rent in Boston has jumped back to a pre-pandemic level, which is giving students a run for their money. READ MORE: New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu Isolating, Getting Tested For COVID The days of remote learning are over, and the day dubbed “Allston Christmas” due to the free items left on the sidewalk has returned. “This is my first move in Boston so I was not prepared for the chaos that the city would bring,” said Celine Winn. But real estate experts say the rental market in Boston has surpassed the level it was at prior to the COVID pandemic. “I mean last year the city was a ghost town, students weren’t coming back,” said Randy Horn of Compass Real Estate. “This year with everyone coming back, the rents have rebounded and increased in some places where you’re having multiple bidding situation for the top...
    BOSTON (AP) — Boston College has hired Earl Grant from the College of Charleston as its men’s basketball coach. Grant replaces Jim Christian, who was fired with three weeks remaining in his seventh season. Grant, 44, had a 127-89 record in seven seasons with the Cougars, who won the Colonial Athletic Association regular season and tournament championship in 2018. The school was one of 21 Division I schools with players selected in each of the past two NBA drafts. ___ More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/hub/College-basketball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25 Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Listen: ‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast Episodes With 16 Oscar Nominees Value stocks are making a comeback. Don’t get left behind, these analysts say Boston College is hiring College of Charleston coach Earl Grant as its next men's basketball coach, sources told Yahoo Sports. Grant has led Charleston to a 127-89 record in his seven seasons there and reached one NCAA tournament in 2018. He spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Clemson, and that experience in the ACC made him an attractive candidate to the brass at Boston College. Grant takes on one of the most difficult jobs in the ACC, as Boston College hasn’t reached the NCAA tournament since 2009. He replaces Jim Christian, who was fired prior to the end of this season with a 78-132 overall record and a 26-94 record in the ACC. BC finished this season 4-16 and 2-11 in the ACC. BC has indicated that it is willing to make significant program infrastructure improvements in basketball to help it catch up to its ACC peers. Those include a deep budget for Grant to...
    BOSTON (AP) — Ian Book passed for three touchdowns and ran for another and No. 2 Notre Dame overcame an early deficit to roll to a 45-31 victory over Boston College on Saturday. The Fighting Irish’s eighth straight win in the series between the FBS’s only Catholic institutions gave coach Brian Kelly his 100th career victory at the school, tying him with Lou Holtz for second all-time. He is now just five behind coach Knute Rockne. Coming off a thrilling victory against Clemson, Notre Dame (8-0, 7-0 ACC) racked up a season-high 561 total yards against BC led by Book, who finished 20 of 27 for 283 yards. He also ran for a 85 yards and a touchdown. Ben Skowronek caught all three of Book’s TD passes, but also had one of three Notre Dame fumbles on the day. C’Bo Flemister ran for two touchdowns before leaving the game in the fourth quarter with an apparent left leg injury. Phil Jurkovec, a transfer from Notre Dame playing against his former team for the first time, finished 18 of 40 for...
    D.J. Uiagalelei was as good as advertised in his first start for Clemson.In his first career start for Clemson football, D.J. Uiagalelei certainly lived up to the hype. This was a tough spot for the No. 1 Clemson Tigers. Their best player in quarterback Trevor Lawrence was unable to play on Saturday vs. the Boston College Eagles because of a positive coronavirus test. He is expected to return vs. the Notre Dame Fighting Irish next Saturday, but what a phenomenal first career start for Uiagalelei in relief of the Heisman Trophy favorite. D.J. Uiagalelei gave us a sneak preview of Clemson’s football futureUiagalelei completed 30-of-41 passing for 342 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. He also had six carries for 25 yards and a touchdown. Clemson was down 28-13 heading into halftime, but 24 unanswered points helped the Tigers hold off from an embarrassing home loss to an improving Boston College. Uiagalelei came up big when it counted. D.J. Uiagalelei shares a moment with his family after running it in for the score in his first career start for @ClemsonFB...
    There were a lot of exciting moments in the first half of Saturday’s game between Clemson and Boston College, but the best moment might have been . . . an offsides penalty? Boston College led 21-10 with 1:07 to play in the second quarter and had the ball at the Clemson 23-yard line. It looked like the Eagles were happy to settle for a field goal on fourth down after forcing the Tigers to use their last timeout of the half. MORE: Week 9 picks against the spread  But instead, with just a few seconds on the play clock, BC’s holder John Tessitore ran up to the center, barked his signal and got the Clems on defense to jump offsides, giving the Eagles the first down. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because Tessitore is the son of ESPN broadcaster Joe Tessitore, who was on the call for the Clemson-BC game and couldn’t help but get a little excited on the play. Joe Tessitore calling his own son moving the sticks for BC on 4th down against top ranked Clemson is one...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Mayor Marty Walsh said Boston College reacted properly when coronavirus clusters were discovered on campus. Walsh joined WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller, who asked the mayor about COVID-19 issues on the BC campus. The positive rate at Boston College is about triple the state average. As a result, the state took over contact tracing on campus. “Their response has been working with the state, working with the City of Newton, working with the City of Boston. We’re seeing those numbers come down,” said Walsh. “I think it was a test for all of us to really see what happens when we see these large spikes. Boston College to date has been handling the aftermath of this in a good way. But it’s so important all the colleges, not just Boston College, stay very vigilant in testing, in tracing, and also in having spaces for isolation for our students.” Keller @ Large: Part 2 Keller also asked Walsh about his upcoming reelection challenge, and if he thinks Joe Biden is running an aggressive enough presidential campaign.
    New Boston College coach Jeff Hafley had to wait an extra week in the schedule to make his debut with the Eagles while most of the Atlantic Coast Conference got to play opening games. “Looking back,” Hafley said, “I was kind of jealous that those guys all got to play and that we didn’t.” Hafley’s debut comes Saturday when Boston College travels to Duke, the first chance for the former Ohio State co-defensive coordinator to see how much the Eagles have picked up through limited spring practices and altered offseason routines. The school hired Hafley for a spark after going 44-44 in seven seasons under Steve Addazio. He had to wait to officially start work until after the Buckeyes lost to Clemson in the College Football Playoff, then only had five spring practices before the pandemic shut down college and professional sports. Then the Eagles had to wait an extra week to start when the ACC unveiled a revamped scheduling model built around 10 league games and one nonconference game played in the home state of the member school. Eleven...
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