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  • 00:49

    Boston College Basketball: Get Ready For The Hardwoord!

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    Coming off the Steve Donahue era, the Boston College Eagles were a team last year in search of an identity. With old players shoehorned into a new system, the team endured growing pains en route to a four-win improvement over the season prior. Unfortunately, though, the end result was a 13-19 record, their fourth straight sub-.500 season.

    Year Two has a decidedly different feel to things after the team underwent an overhaul. Junior Olivier Hanlan departed for the professional ranks, drafted this past spring by the Utah Jazz. Now playing for Zalgiris Kaunas in Lithuania, Boston College will need to find a new go-to scorer to replace the ACC's best shooter a year ago.

    To start the year, it looks like Eli Carter will provide that spark. A transfer guard from Florida, Carter will be the lynchpin and sparkplug to the BC offense in 15-16. It's the biggest switch in the new-look Eagles, who return only a couple of key cogs from last year. Idy Diallo, injured a year ago, will see the court for the first time in maroon and gold, along with big man Johncarlos Reyes. Jerome Robinson and AJ Turner will provide depth, while Ervens Meznieks brings the European style of play, with its sharpshooting tall players.

    They'll combine with the returning Garland Owens and Dennis Clifford to give BC a new feel in 15-16. The Eagles will try to work their way up the ACC ranks this season after finishing in the bottom four a year ago, a league featuring last year's national champion in Duke. Combined with a tough non-conference schedule, this is going to be an intriguing run for Jim Christian as he tries to resurrect the proud program of Jared Dudley, Craig Smith, and Reggie Jackson.

    So tune in at 8 PM EST on Wednesday as BC Interruption breaks down and previews the Eagles and gets you ready for the opening game, this weekend, against St. Francis Brooklyn!

  • 00:58

    Boston College Football Week 8: Louisville Cardinals

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    A few short weeks ago, Boston College was 3-1 on the season. The main questions about the team didn't center on if they would ever win again; it instead asked how the newer players would be brought along to score points and get the team on the move as competition leveled off after Florida State. Teams like Wake Forest and Duke were on the horizon, keeping expectations around what fans considered normal.

    Now sliding after a three-game losing streak, the Eagles are 3-4 with offensive points at a premium. They deconstructed and began reconstructing on the fly, with Jeff Smith named quarterback this past week. As players start to come back, the Eagles are improving, but the fear now is that the learning curve's gradient is too steep for them to consistently win football games.

    Boston College now heads to Louisville facing questions on if they can win a football game. They took strides forward against the Clemson Tigers and played better. There were definite improvements in the Eagle game. But even though they hung tough in the first half, Clemson was simply better, and they pulled away en route to a 34-17 victory.

    Dan and AJ will take a progress report of the Eagles and dissect the status of the different positions. They'll talk about the improvements made and the areas where there are still holes. They'll talk about how those need to get better and how they can actually fulfill that need.

    Tune in at 8 PM as they discuss this and get ready for the Louisville Cardinals. In a disappointing ACC season, everything is wide open, which means this is a chance for the Eagles to get back on the winning track. Give us a call at 646-200-0446 as we discuss all that is going on in BC nation!

  • 01:12

    Boston College Football Week 7: Clemson Tigers

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    Things got dicey on Saturday as Boston College lost to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 3-0. It was a signature type loss, one that could haunt the Eagles unless changes are quickly made.

    One of those changes starts with the quarterback situation. After three weeks of a two-QB set, head coach Steve Addazio is set to name the next starting QB of his football team. Ever since the injury to Darius Wade, BC's been in search of an identity. As they get set to get some players back from injury in the coming weeks, Addazio's team will now start the process of discovering who they can be with a full-time QB.

    Dan and AJ get together to discuss the Wake Forest game and the merits of both quarterbacks. This has been a trying week so far, with opinions ranging from trust to anger around all things Eagles. For that reason, the guys will turn to Cam Underwood from State of the U to break down how they should be feeling.

    The Miami Hurricanes are in their fifth year under head coach Al Golden. After losing to Florida State on Saturday, the 3-0 Canes are suddenly 3-2 and reeling with back-to-back losses. Golden, the head coach of Temple prior to Steve Addazio, left Philadelphia for Miami and stewarded the team through its post-Nevin Shapiro era and sanctions. But five years into his regime, Canes fans are ready to drop Golden from The U and move in another direction.

    At year three of Addazio, there's much we can learn from Golden and then break down. So be sure to tune in - and call in at 646-200-0446 - to hear what Eagle fans and experts have to say!

  • 01:20

    Boston College Football Week 5: Duke Blue Devils

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    The injury bug is turning into a parasite.

    One week after losing their quarterback for the season, the Boston College Eagles defeated the NIU Huskies, 17-14. Along the way, they lost their starting running back, another tight end, two other running backs. They improved to 3-1, but the survival attrition continued to take its toll.

    With this in mind, we're going to take to the airwaves to talk about the Eagles and try to dissect last week's game. What went right? What went wrong? What can be fixed? What needs to be gameplanned against? All of that is on the table.

    Dan and AJ will welcome two guests onto the broadcast this week - friend of the program and ACC insider Brittnee Taylor-Newman from Football.com joins them to discuss the game with the Blue Devils and the entire landscape of the league; and Joey Weaver from From The Rumble Seat dials in to talk about what to expect out of Duke. His Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, a preseason favorite to win the conference, are now unranked thanks to two straight defeats, the second of which came at the hands of David Cutcliffe's team last Saturday.

    Be sure to give us a call at 646-200-0446 to talk about the attrition, the roster, the coaches, and the games! 

  • 01:09

    Boston College Football Week 6: Wake Forest Demon Deacons

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    After losing to Duke last weekend, it's back to the drawing board once more for Steve Addazio and the Boston College Eagles. Now at 3-2, they face a pivotal game when they take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at home on Saturday.

    Five games into the season, the Eagles are facing so many unanswered questions in the face of mounting injuries. The defense is playing out of its mind, but the offense seems stuck in neutral or, at times, in reverse.

    Much of the discussion revolves around the quarterback position. Troy Flutie and Jeff Smith now have two weeks' worth of game experience under their belt, and we still don't know who the full-time signal caller should be. One thing's for sure - we will see two quarterbacks on Saturday.

    In order to get into the mind of the coach and go through the progressions of the quarterback mind, we need to pick the brain of an actual quarterback. For that, we turn to one of the all-time Eagle greats - Brian St. Pierre.

    Brian St. Pierre was arguably the greatest high school quarterback in the state of Massachusetts. Matriculating to Boston College, he played as a redshirt freshman, rotating in as a sophomore, before becoming a starter in his junior year. Following his BC career, where he finished as a top five passer in school history, he was a fifth round choice of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    Now the head coach of St. John's Prep High School, St. Pierre has the task of tutoring young minds to gear up for Friday Night Lights. In his second year as head coach at his alma mater, he's already led SJP to the Division I North Final and has the team poised to replicate last year's success with a 4-0 start and top five ranking in the state of Massachusetts.

    So tune in at 8 PM ET and give us a call at 646-200-0446 as we load up on quarterback talk and get ready for #TheRivalry on Saturday!

  • 01:22

    Boston College Football Week 4: Northern Illinois Huskies

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    Well that was miserable.

    After a week of hype, Boston College fans received a gut check on Friday when the Eagles were shut out by Florida State, 14-0. While Florida State is a nationally ranked powerhouse, BC found themselves with plenty of opportunities, yet couldn't convert. By the time the game ended, they also found themselves with a couple of big time injuries as Kevin Kavalec and Darius Wade both went down.

    With a new week comes a new day and a new dawn, and for the BC Eagles, that means turning the page to a new opponent. On Saturday, the Eagles host the Northern Illinois Huskies at Alumni Stadium, the final game of a season-opening four game home stand.

    Tune in at 8 PM or call in at 646-200-0446 to talk some college football with us. We'll be breaking down the Eagles in all phases of the game, and with new perspective, you'll be able to weigh in with the direction where you think BC is headed for the rest of 2015.

  • 00:29

    College: A Detailed Survival Guide

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    College can be a very hard to get used to, especially if its your first time away from home. Tune in to our episode to find out all about our personal experiences at school and how we've learned how to deal with the major issues from friends to extra curriculars to classes and more!

  • 02:01
  • News and Current Events - On The Ed Boston Podcast

    in Christianity

    Plenty of topics to choose from tonight. I will briefly look at last week's GOP Debate and when was decided about future debates with NBC. The President has autorized troops to fight in Syria - is he doing the right thing? I am going to share the first part of a video blog that Professional Wrestler Taryn Terrell did titled "The Beginning of My Journey With Christ". I will save part 2 for tomorrow, but this testimony from a new Christian is too good not to have you hear no matter what the nightly topic is.  

    All this and lots more on The Ed Boston Podcast. 

  • Boston College Football IS BACK: Week 1 vs. Maine

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    After a long winter, longer spring, and interminable summer, college football season is BACK! 

    So much discussion has taken place this offseason, from the future of the program, to the schedule, to the facilities, to the arms race in college sports. But now, finally, it's time to put the discussion back where it belongs - on the gridiron.

    Dan and AJ are back to get this season jumpstarted, and it all begins on Saturday when Boston College hosts FCS-level Maine for the second straight year. Join us at 8 PM as we discuss the Eagles season and preview the team in all phases of the game. We'll look at the coaching staff and, as always, join a guest to discuss both BC and the upcoming week's opponent. 

    This week, tune in and call in! Let your voice be heard for the upcoming schedule. 

    BC FOOTBALL IS BACK! It's a beautiful thing, isn't it?

  • 01:31

    The Invisible College Psychic Radio Show

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    Jennifer Starlight offers FREE PSYCHIC READINGS & Peter Harris offers FREE THETA HEALING DOWNLOADS on their weekly radio show, which inspires and guides people worldwide,including the United States,Canada,Africa,United Kingdom & Australia. Join their global community as they continue to offer their gifts in service to divine consciousness.

    Jennifer and Peter are based on the Gold Coast of Australia but this show goes World Wide through the world wide web of the internet. 

    Jennifer Starlight is a gifted Trance Medium Channel and also a Clairvoyant who has been practicing her skills for over 30 years.She has also published two books on Esoteric Subjects and a third is on the way.

    Peter Harris is a retired Air Traffic Controller who has had a passion for the Healing Arts all his adult life. Now he helps folks with his extensive knowledge of Theta Healing and the Skills he has developed as the "Pioneer Practitioner" of the Invisible College.

    The Invisible College title was given to Jennifer and Peter by the Being Jennifer channels most, which is Min who was a God to the Ancient Egyptians.

    Min has furnished the Invisible College with techniques from Spirit to help the Human Condition and an understanding of where our Human problems come from in the first place

    Join us as we tap into infinite intelligence to help you with your life.

    They will need your date of birth and location and  can then help you with Jennifer's Briliant connection to Spirit.