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  3. Jason Braxton, Athletic Director The quarterfinalists for the Norton Award were announced today. We were all very excited that freshman Leonard Meliet was named as a quarterfinalist. Leonard has been a mainstay for us this season, playing primarily at SF, but also putting in time as PG, SG, and once for a short time at C. He’s our leading scorer, averaging 14.5 ppg in our 22 games thus far this season. He’s also averaging 4.5 rpg and 3.6 apg. He’s scored in double figures in 19 games and had 20+ points in 4 games. Meliet’s accomplishment together with our sweep of this season’s series with Duke makes this a very special week for Boston College basketball.
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  5. Sou viciado no Football manager. Agora vamos experimentar como é o CT Footbal manager.
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  12. In your guys' opinion, who is a for real contender this year, and who is just overhyped?
  13. Basically the title. How do y'all think they're gonna do this year and what do you think the future has in store for them?
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  17. Jan. 30, 2028: #2 ranked Duke Blue Devils (20-2, 8-2) vs #4 ranked Boston College (19-2, 9-1) at Silvio O. Conte Forum, Chestnut Hill, MA TJ Perry, athletic trainer for Boston College We’ve had a series of nagging injuries this season. Fortunately they’ve all be fairly minor. For this game it’s Jason Caldwell. He fell hard in practice. Came down on his right hand which is still sore. He is going to play but the minor injury may inhibit his effectiveness. The pain should pass before our next game, though. Coach Fed generally takes a pretty conservative approach, holding players out or limiting their play. This keeps the injuries from being aggravated, so his philosophy really helps our training staff. On the other hand, most players want to play and tend to provide overly optimistic comments about the extent of their injuries and ability to play. But if they do play with an injury that is limiting what they can do, my experience has been that their productiveness is typically greatly decreased. Tonight’s opponent, Duke, has one player out. Reserve PF Dave Chavis broke his leg a couple weeks ago. The Blue Devils’ star C Brian Taylor injured his wrist two games ago and he played poorly after the injury in that game. But he played in their next game and did well, so apparently it’s not bothering him all that much. The coaching staff and team seemed really focused in practice on taking down Duke. The Blue Devils come into the game riding a 7 game win streak. After losing to us on their home court a month ago, Duke is likely to be seeking revenge so it’s not going to be easy. But our beating them twice this season would be a huge rocking of the ACC world. I’m hoping we stay healthy throughout the game so I can watch as much of it as possible. PF Marvin Reese scored the first 7 points in the game. After that we pulled out to a 14-3 lead at the first media timeout. The bench and our fans were going crazy. Coming out of the timeout, SF Leonard Meliet drained to make it 17-3 and causing Duke’s coach to call a timeout to try to quiet the crowd. Duke responded by knocking down a 3 as soon as play resumed. But the Blue Devils looked rattled. Jason Caldwell was politicking to get into the game, but Coach Fed had Winston Minahan replace Marvin Reese at PF. We went flat offensively for a while but then got back on track to build a 33-12 lead with 6 minutes left in the half. SF Michael Millford went down hard and came out of the game. We checked him out, but he was ok. The half ended with us on top 46-27. Nothing but normal aches and pains in the locker room. Coach Fed was happy with the way the team had played so just made a slight change defensively for the second half to try to keep SF Rod Allen, who’d scored 10 points in the first half, in check. All our scoring in the first half came from our starters plus C Greg Kidd. Duke went on a run the first 5 minutes of the second half to cut our lead to 52-48. Even though our guys were having a tough time hitting their shots, they were able to reopen a double-digit lead. Marvin Reese came down with a muscle cramp but was able to return to play after we worked on it. Late in the game Duke had to foul to try to get the ball back in their hands. That allowed us to add to our lead and come away with a prized 73-56 win over Duke. Topping our scoring were C Courtland Reese and SF Leonard Meliet with 15 point each. Courtland Reese also had 8 rebounds. PF Marvin Reese scored 11 and PG Josh McFadgon and reserve C Greg Kidd both scored 10. SG James Lilly had 8 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists. Duke’s SF Rod Allen had 20 points and 8 rebounds, but Courtland Reese completely shut down C Brian Taylor who scored just 2 points in 34 minutes of play. Since Coach Fed kept Jason Caldwell off the floor throughout the entire game, I believe Jason will be fully recovered for our next game. Virginia didn’t play tonight, so we have a half-game lead in the ACC standings.
  18. morey holding out for lillard or beal but it ain't gonna happen. best case scenario is cj mccollum
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