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3-9, 7th in ACC - Atlantic

Simmons will help Broncos' secondary

Denver needed a safety, so the team went and got one. Justin Simmons at No. 98 showed very impressively at the combine, and the tape isn't half-bad either. Best/riskiest picks of Day 2 (Insider)

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Highlights: Justin Simmons

The Broncos opted for Simmons, a safety from Boston College, with the 98th overall pick. Check out some of his best highlights.

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Breaking down ACC Atlantic quarterback recruiting

This is a strong year for quarterbacks on the recruiting trail, and the names are coming off the board quickly headed into the spring evaluation period.

BC AD supports winless coaches

Boston College's Athletic Director Brad Bates said in a letter to school supporters he has "total confidence" in his football and men's basketball coaches, who combined to win zero conference games this season. He wrote, "I have absolutely no doubt they will succeed.''

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State of the program: Boston College Eagles

With spring ball underway, we're taking a look at where each ACC program stands based on past performance and future prospects. Up next: BC.

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How bad is it for Boston College sports?

With a 66-50 loss to Clemson, the Eagles complete a winless ACC regular season in football and men's basketball. That hasn't happened in a major conference in the same school year since 1943-44, when Georgia played just two SEC basketball games.

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BC suffering historically bad year

If Boston College loses to Clemson Saturday, it would become the first major conference school to go winless in league play in both football and men's basketball in the same academic year since World War II.

Daniels a solid defensive pick

What Steven Daniels does against the run is well worth the time for a team in need of an early down run-stuffer. His athleticism may limit him in coverage, but he has a role in the NFL against the run and as a blitzer. Most underrated NFL draft prospects (Insider)

New horizon for B.C. intramural sports

Boston College Athletics Director Brad Bates announced plans today for three projects to enhance intercollegiate, intramural and club sports. The three projects include a recreational center, athletics playing fields and an athletics field house -- an investment of approximately $200 million. BC News

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BC announces $200 million in facility upgrades

Boston College has announced plans for $200 million in athletics facilities upgrades including a new field house, recreation center and intramural playing fields.