The New York Times wonders if our easy schedule would diminish a 10-win season. That would be a nice problem to have.
Ron Brace passed his physical and is finally practicing with the Pats.
Billy Flutie wants to take Gene D's job one day (I am fighting every urge I have from making a joke).
Finally, I didn't want to highlight this nonsense since Bob Hohler's BC work is always about grabbing attention, it is hard not to say something. I don't begrudge anyone's salaries. Life is clearly not fair and very few things are a true meritocracy. But at the same time market forces work pretty well and correct imbalances. College athletics is a demanding, high profile profession. These jobs have a certain value in the market place. BC pays what is has to in order to stay relevant. Having successful coaches has been a blessing for the school. If fans think Gene is paid too much or paid Skinner and Jags too much, they can make their opinions known by not giving. There is really not much news in any of this, but that never really stops Hohler.