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Chestnut Hill, MA - 8/15/2017 - Boston College football coach Steve Addazio (cq) ends practice in Alumni Stadium. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: BCfootball Reporter: Julian Benbow

Things get a little heated at BC football practice

Coach Steve Addazio got to see how his players react to fatigue and frustration.

Chestnut Hill, MA - 8/03/2017 - Boston College Eagles quarterback Darius Wade (4). Boston College football practice. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Julian Benbow, Topic: BC football, LOID: 8.3.3295347988.

Boston College’s starting quarterback? To be determined

Darius Wade and Anthony Brown remain in battle for the starting job.

08/09/2017 Boston Ma- Boston College football player #67 Aaron Monteiro (cq) at a morning practice session. . Jonathan Wiggs\Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

BC expecting bigger things from big Aaron Monteiro

The 6-7, 315-pound junior left tackle has been working on his consistency in practice.

Foxborough 10/15/16 UMass Minuteman John Robinson-Woodgett runs up the middle against LA Tech Bulldogs during first half action at Gillette Stadium on Friday October 15, 2016. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)

UMass football to play at Auburn in 2020

The Minutemen will travel to face the Southeastern Conference power on Nov. 14.

Cambridge MA 11/05/16 Harvard College Crimson quarterback Joe Viviano throws a pass against Columbia University Lions during first quarter action at Harvard Stadium. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: 05holliston reporter:

IVY LEAGUE FOOTBALL

Harvard and Princeton tied atop preseason Ivy football poll

Crimson coach Tim Murphy believes this will be the league’s most competitive season in his tenure.

08/08/2017 Boston Ma- Boston College running back A.J. Dillion (cq) #2 at a Football practice session. Jonathan Wiggs\Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

Freshman AJ Dillon could really fill out BC backfield

The former Lawrence Academy standout turned down Michigan to stay in New England.

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SUMMER BASEBALL

Acton’s Noah Zavolas making his pitch on the Cape

The hard-throwing righthander from Harvard has helped fuel Wareham’s run to Western final.

Chris Bury took advantage of a dual-degree program at Stonehill and walked on at Notre Dame Notre Dame photo

After years of preparation, Chris Bury finally got his chance

Notre Dame walk-on used a dual-degree program while attending Stonehilll to reach his goal.

03/21/2017 CHESTNUT HILL, MA Offensive Coordinator Scot Loeffler (cq) (left) speaks with BC freshman quarterback E.J. Perry (cq) attends a spring football practice at BC's Alumni Stadium. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

Scot Loeffler has Boston College offense on the fast track

After being defined by their defense for years, the Eagles are hoping they’ve found an offensive identity.

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Southern Connecticut gymnast Isabella Antonangeli of West Bridgewater earned Scholar-Athlete honors from the national coaches association.

Mr. Parseghian began coaching football at Notre Dame in 1964.

Ara Parseghian, 94, beloved Notre Dame coach

He walked away from coaching at the age of 51 after winning two national championships, but never really left Notre Dame.

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Former Beverly High and Westfield State stalwart will play pro basketball for the Sheffield Hatters in her native England this season.

Former Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian dies at 94

Parseghian took over a foundering Notre Dame football program and restored it to glory with two national championships in 11 seasons.

Worcester, MA - 10/15/2016 - (2nd half) Harvard Crimson head coach Tim Murphy had nothing to smile about as his team takes a timeout late in the fourth quarter. Harvard football takes on Holy Cross at Fitton Field in Worcester. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Michael Everett Cook, Topic: 16Harvard-Holy Cross, LOID: 8.3.323452004.

Harvard football to play Georgetown at RFK Stadium

The Sept. 30 game was moved from Georgetown’s campus.

College kicker chooses YouTube revenue over football

UCF kicker Donald De La Haye will give up the sport rather than give up making advertising money off of videos he produced.

Tom Martin won the Eddie Lowery division of the Quimet Caddie Golf Tournament in 1999.

Tom ‘Red’ Martin, BC hockey star, businessman, philanthropist, dies at 79

Tom “Red” Martin, of Canton, was an All-American hockey star who went on to become a philanthropist and founder of Cramer Productions.

Chestnut Hill, MA - 9/24/2016 - (3rd quarter) Boston College Eagles defensive end Harold Landry (7) gets to Wagner Seahawks quarterback Alex Thomson (19) for a sack during the third quarter. Boston College football hosts Wagner at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Gary M Washburn, Topic: 25BC-Wagner, LOID: 8.3.73211174.

BC picked last in its division in ACC preseason poll

Florida State is an overwhelming choice to win the conference title; Harold Landry got votes for Player of the Year.

Milton,MA 05/20/17.....Milton Academy vs Buckingham Browne & Nichols baseball matchup....................for SPORTS...(George Rizer for the Globe) Milton Academy MATTHEW TABOR takes dead aim ...

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Westford’s Tabor signs with Diamondbacks

The 6-2, 165-pound Milton Academy righthander, who has been clocked in the low 90s, agreed to a $1 million contract.

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Medway’s Ryan Norton played a key role for the regional hockey team that won gold at the Bay State Games.

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Two-sport Boston College standout Kenzie Kent of Norwell was named the the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Female Athlete of the Year.

Boston College's Harold Landry speaks to the media during the Atlantic Coast Conference NCAA college football media day in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday, July 13, 2017. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Julian Benbow | BC Football

BC eager to seize upon momentum of its bowl win

The Eagles generated plenty of enthusiasm from their bowl win over Maryland, but can BC carry it forward?

Chestnut Hill, MA: June 28, 2017: Boston College Athletic Director Martin Jarmond is pictured as he poses inside of the Conte Forum. (Globe Staff Photo/ Jim Davis)

JULIAN BENBOW

New AD Martin Jarmond inherits tough job tackling diversity, rebuilding BC’s athletics

The charismatic Martin Jarmond, 37, is one of just 14 African-American athletic directors among FBS schools and the first in BC’s history.

April 24, 2017 - Incoming Athletic Director at Boston College Martin Jarmond speaks at an introductory press conference at BC's Yawkey Center in Boston, Mass. Photo Credit: Justin Saglio for the Boston Globe. Section: Sports. Reporter: Julian Benbow. Slug: BC AD.

Boston College adds two senior officials to athletic department

Vaughn Williams and Jocelyn Fisher Gates will work closely with new AD Martin Jarmond.

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Belmont’s James Stadler earned Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors as a junior distance runner at Haverford.

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Recent Lasell graduate Mack Kingman of East Bridgewater is a finalist for Great Northeast Atlantic Conference Woman of the Year honors.

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CAMPUS ANGLE

O’Connor finishes on a high for BC lacrosse

The senior attack from Merrimac became a top scorer and helped the Eagles reach the NCAA Division 1 title game.

Williams College's Peter Hale. (Williams College)

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Swampscott’s Peter Hale showed he can get it done on the track and in the classroom.

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

With Legion ball, giving it the new college try

In Milford, playing American Legion ball alongside college players can be a great learning experience for high schoolers.

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Wayland’s Morgan Fletcher was nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award for her stellar lacrosse and soccer play at Hamilton College.

CAMPUS ANGLE

Milton’s Ellis values his time on the diamond

Josh Ellis just graduated from Harvard, hopes to go to medical school, and is devoted to trying to improve life in Haiti, but he’s loved playing school baseball, as well.

CAMPUS ANGLE

On and off the water, Smith pushes hard

Wayland’s Charlotte Smith was honored as George Washington University’s Most Valuable Oarswoman.

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Karen Boen of Stoughton, the Stonehill College women’s track and field coach, scooped up two coaching awards.

Kasey Kennedy (#8) celebrates with Samantha Ferraro, after scoring in the Annual Agganis softball game at Fraser Field. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Agganis Classics bring out the best, one more time

Top high school seniors gathered in Lynn to play in games honoring “The Golden Greek,” a shining star who died June 27, 1955, at age 26.

BC Football

Mike Vrabel’s son verbally commits to BC

Tyler Vrabel, a 6-4, 255-pound left tackle at St. Pius X in Houston, will play football for the Eagles in 2018.

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Merrimack’s Carly Muscaro named NCAA Div. 2 Athlete of the Year

Stanford swimmer Katie Ledecky won the Honda Cup as the nation’s top Division 1 female athlete.

Former Arizona State football coach Frank Kush (center) at a 2015 event.

Frank Kush, 88, football coach who led Arizona State to 12-0 season

Mr. Kush compiled a 176-54-1 record while coaching the Sun Devils from 1958 to 1979.

Houston, TX 2-2-17: Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Patriots cornerback Mike Haynes is pictured as he does an interview on

Ex-Patriot Mike Haynes leads NFL campaign against prostate cancer

“Cancer doesn’t really care what kind of shape you’re in,” said Haynes. “It doesn’t matter that I’m a Hall of Famer.”

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Walpole’s Johnny Adams, most recently Boston College’s senior shortstop, was selected by the Mariners in the 22nd round of the MLB draft.

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Burlington’s Chris Sharpe was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 14th round of the Major League Baseball draft.

Boston College players sing after the Quick Lane Bowl NCAA college football game against Maryland, Monday, Dec. 26, 2016, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

BC football agrees to play Michigan State

The two-game home-and-home series will begin in Chestnut Hill in 2024, and will conclude at Spartan Stadium in 2025.

2017 NBA Draft scouting reports

Here are scouting reports for this year’s NBA Draft prospects.

Florida's Austin Langworthy (44) is welcomed by teammates after a solo home run during the third inning against Louisville during an NCAA college College World Series baseball game in Omaha, Neb., Tuesday, June 20, 2017. (Matt Dixon/Omaha World-Herald via AP)

Florida tops Louisville to move to 2-0 in College World Series

Brady Singer pitched seven strong innings and Deacon Liput hit a three-run homer for the Gators.

Jack Parker was Boston University’s hockey coach for 40 seasons.

Jack Parker among five elected to US Hockey Hall of Fame

The legendary BU coach joins Ben Smith, Scott Young, Ron Wilson, and Kevin Collins as honorees.

University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino speaks during an NCAA college basketball news conference Thursday, June 15, 2017, in Louisville, Ky. The NCAA suspended Pitino on Thursday for five ACC games following sex scandal investigation. A former men's basketball staffer is alleged to have hired strippers to entertain players and recruits. (Pat McDonogh/The Courier-Journal via AP)

NCAA suspends Rick Pitino five games for sex scandal

A former escort alleged that she was hired to provide services for Louisville players from 2010-14.

Yale heavyweight crew member Thomas Digby waved two Harvard jerseys after the Bulldogs swept all three races in the regatta.

Yale edges Harvard by five seconds to win 152nd regatta

Yale, which won the national title last weekend, will finish the season as the No. 1 team in the country.

The Yale team passes by

Harvard crew bonds in a special way before facing Yale

The Crimson camp at a place called Red Top along the Thames, where tradition and teamwork take hold.

CAMPUS ANGLE

Highly rated Waller champions badminton

A rising senior at Brandeis, Natick’s Nicholas Waller plays and teaches the sport, and even organized a team.

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Sudbury’s Ryan Berardino, a Bentley University freshman, scooped up two rookie honors in his debut baseball season.

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Norwell’s Kenzie Kent, a Boston College junior attack, is one of four finalists for the Honda Sports Award in women’s lacrosse.

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Nicole Demars of Beverly was named to the America East 2017 Helping Hands Team.