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Posts Tagged ‘Boston College.’

Broncos’ center Dan Koppen hurts left knee in team drills

Dan Koppen (courtesy Denver Broncos)

Denver Broncos center Dan Koppen suffered a serious left knee injury in a recent practice during the team’s 9-on-7 drills.

The 33-year-old Boston College graduate was caught in a pile during early workouts and was carted off the field.

On September 10, 2012, Koppen agreed to a 1-year deal with Denver.

It was revealed on Sunday that Koppen suffered a torn ACL and he will miss the entire 2013 season.

Earlier in Koppen’s NFL career, he played with the New England Patriots from 2003-2011.

Koppen was named to the Patriots’ 2000s all-decade team in 2010.

 

Notre Dame joining Hockey East; gets NBC TV deal

 

(courtesy of Hockey East via wikipedia commons)

The Hockey East Conference is very strong. Its member’s include: Boston College, Boston University, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Massachusetts-Lowell, Merrimack, New Hampshire, Northeastern University, Providence College and Vermont.

The league just got stronger with the addition of Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish are leaving the lame-duck Central Collegiate Hockey Association for Hockey East beginning with the 2013-14 season. The program will get much-needed national exposure with a TV deal with NBC.

NBC, which has been airing Notre Dame football games for more than twenty years, will televise Irish hockey, and will also add the other Hockey East teams as needed.

Details of the TV deal are not completed.

Notre Dame, which has been a member of the CCHA since 1992, will become the 11th member of Hockey East.

 

Info compiled from Hockey East Conference & Notre Dame athletic news

OHIO STATE AT MIAMI (FL) GAMEWEEK: Hurricanes playing 10th toughest schedule in 2011

 

(courtesy of U of Miami via wikipedia commons)

According to Phil Steele’s College Football Preview, Miami is facing the 10th-toughest schedule of any FBS school in 2011.

Only Colorado, Iowa State, Baylor, Oregon State, LSU, Boston College, USC, Washington and Auburn are facing a tougher schedule according to Steele’s publication.

The Hurricanes have already played Maryland. They’ll play Ohio State on Saturday. Then they’ll play Kansas State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and¬†Florida State.

Info compiled from University of Miami & Phil Steele College Football Preview

“Right time to retire” for Gary Williams to wrap up career

 

Gary Williams on February 16, 2008 (photo by Moxfyre via wikipedia commons)

University of Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball coach Gary Williams surprised the college basketball world by announcing his retirement on Thursday.

He led Maryland, his alma mater, to the 2002 national championship.

Williams coached for 33 years, the last 22 at Maryland, where he starred as a guard from 1964 to 1967.

His career record ends at 668-380, including 461-252 with the Terrapins. Under his guidance, Maryland went to the NCAA Tournament 14 times, won or shared three Atlantic Coast Conference titles and reached the Final Four twice.

He coached at Ohio State from 1986 to 1989, earning a 59-41 record with one NCAA Tournament appearance and two National Invitation Tournament bids. He was very popular with Buckeyes’ fans and still is after all of these years.

The hot-tempered, always serious Williams, began his college coaching career at American University in 1978. He then moved over to Boston College in 1982, then to Ohio State before settling in at Maryland.

The Terrapins this past season went 19-14 and did not play in either the NCAA or NIT.

 

Info courtesy of University of Maryland news

Blue Jackets prospect Atkinson finalist for Hobey Baker

Cam Atkinson (file photo)

Right winger Cam Atkinson, who signed an entry-level contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets after three seasons with Boston College, was named one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Award, which is given to the nation’s top college hockey player.

The Hobey Baker winner will be announced on April 8 in St. Paul, Minnesota, site of the 2011 NCAA Frozen Four.

Atkinson will be playing with the Columbus’ top affiliate, Springfield of the American Hockey League.

 

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