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it's official: BCU worstest team ever

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Just lost in two overtimes to the next worsetest URI. Quite the barn-burner!
 

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Boston College has met some resistance in their efforts to become the New England Team.
 

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Boston College has met some resistance in their efforts to become the New England Team.

I don't think BCU could win 5 games in Olde England either.
 

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Forget New England, BCU isn't even the best team on their street!
 
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I love to wallow in their misery as much as anyone else- but I am worried that this is getting unhealthy.
 
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When Flipper said BCU was defending their turf, the basketball team thought he said defending their turd.
 

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It really makes the ACC seem like a sad banana republic, allowing a leech like BCU to have ANY sway over expansion discussions.
 

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New England teams BCU has played:

New Hampshire W 67-64
Holy Cross L 86-64
UMass L 82-46
BU L 75-61
Providence L 64-57
Bryant W 75-55
Sacred Heart W 83-73
Harvard L 67-46
URI L 78-72

Suck on that UNH, Bryant, and Sacred Heart!!!

BTW, BCU's scintillating non-conference schedule definitely has them well-prepared for going into Chapel Hill for a showdown with UNC. I like their chances!
 
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Boston College has met some resistance in their efforts to become the New England Team.
We have met resistance and they is us.
 
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Donahue shot his wad at Cornell by building a team for one big run. It worked as he won 3 Ivy titles with that group and eventually rode about 7 seniors (including a 7 foot transfer center) deep into the tournament. Everyone knew he was leaving as there was not much talent, and even less experience, coming back. The only returnee that had played meaningful minutes was a guard, Wrobelewski.

Unfortunately for ambitious coaches they forget one thing - the grateful school that they just lead to unprecedented success will probably give them 4-6 more years to get the program turned back around while the disastrous "upgrade" position (if BCU can even be considered an upgrade) they jump at instead feels no such obligation and expects to see results far sooner. Donahue probably gets one more year if Flipper stays, but he could be out sooner if a new AD comes in. It may depend on how many contracts the wounded eagles can afford to buy out.
 
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