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Friday, November 25, 2005

Boston College Athletics: November 25, 2005

Sports Rumors

Senior Defensive End Mathias Kiwanuka's No. 94 jersey is slated to be retired by the Eagles, reports Athlon Sports.

According to StateFans Nation, an NC State fan site:
Word spread yesterday and last night that [it] was clear that the ACC office has exercised its muscle and told the Champs Bowl that they need to take Boston College over the obviously preferred Clemson Tigers (who would have sold significantly more tickets in Orlando).
I wouldn't book your Disney package just yet, though.

In related news, Boston College was listed as #5 on a list devised by the Orlando Sentinel (FL) of "Schools that look good on TV but whose fans don't buy many tickets."

The Flutie Factor


CBS Sports has named Doug Flutie one of the Ten Greatest College Quarterbacks of all time.

Meanwhile, Doug's nephew, Billy Flutie, finished up his high-school career at Natick High this week. BC-bound Billy played his final game while wearing black NFL gloves given to him by his uncle Doug.

Hockey Alumni

After making six straight starts for the Devils while Martin Brodeur recovered from a sprained right knee, former Eagle Scott Clemmensen has returned to his role as backup goaltender. But look for coach Larry Robinson to start Clemmensen tonight against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Dave Spina is making the most of his second opportunity to play in the American Hockey League. Spina, a standout forward during his four years at BC, scored the game-winning goal in the Springfield Falcons' 4-3 victory over the Lowell Lock Monsters Wednesday.
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