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At the end of a 23-year run as Hockey East commissioner, Joe Bertagna finally has some time to write a book about college hockey

Joe Bertagna spent 23 years as Hockey East commissioner, crafting the story of a life in hockey, but not the concluding chapter.

Boston College football team does not have one positive after latest round of COVID-19 testing

The Eagles traveled to Durham, N.C., picked up a 26-6 win over Duke, and more importantly, had all negative test results.

UMass reverses course and will play football this fall

With only two positive COVID-19 tests from 1,800 administered, the Minutemen plan to start playing games in mid-October.

Quarterback Phil Jurkovec passes test in Boston College debut

The transfer from Notre Dame completed 17 of 23 passes for 300 yards and two touchdowns in his first start with the Eagles.

BC 26, Duke 6

Boston College caps long, unusual journey with impressive road win over Duke

In a season opener delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic and played before no fans, the Eagles persevered to give Jeff Hafley a victory in his coaching debut.

Kevin Paul Dupont I On Second Thought

BU legend Jack Kelley remembered as a hard but fair hockey coach

Kelley abruptly left BU following the Terriers' second straight NCAA title in 1972 and signed on as coach and general manager of the Boston-based New England Whalers.

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Baylor, FAU season openers postponed

The two games add to the growing list of events impacted by COVID-19.

Michael Silverman

Why is Boston College playing sports this fall?

BC is the only college in New England that is fielding fall sports teams during the pandemic.