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FLAGLER: BU fans should find underdog to root for in Butler

FLAGLER: BU fans should find underdog to root for in Butler

It’s almost April. Baseball is back. You can walk outside without looking like an overstuffed penguin, […]

HAYES: Approaches to hockey at BU, BC diverging

HAYES: Approaches to hockey at BU, BC diverging

Before the puck dropped in St. Louis last Friday for an NCAA Tournament west regional semifinal, […]

CUMMINGS: More obscure spring sports can still entertain fans

CUMMINGS: More obscure spring sports can still entertain fans

Now that spring is here and hockey and basketball seasons are officially over, I assumed that […]

Holland's final games confirm his status as all-time BU great

Holland's final games confirm his status as all-time BU great

If the Boston University basketball season had ended two weeks ago, senior forward John Holland would […]

HAYES: Watching BU keep up with Kansas through first half was something special

HAYES: Watching BU keep up with Kansas through first half was something special

As the clock struck seven in Tulsa, Okla., on Friday, the sun set over the Arkansas […]

CUMMINGS: Lack of new banners at Agganis nothing to cry about

CUMMINGS: Lack of new banners at Agganis nothing to cry about

Welcome back, all you anxious Terriers! I hope your spring break was as inactive and mind-numbing […]

Playoff weekend broken up by spring break

Playoff weekend broken up by spring break

This is the most important sports weekend at Boston University that I have ever experienced. After […]

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HAYES: Chambers just what BU program needed

HAYES: Chambers just what BU program needed

Two years ago, Boston University Athletic Director Mike Lynch had a vision. Former men’s basketball coach […]

Second-half surge pushes Terriers to AE final

Second-half surge pushes Terriers to AE final

Well, here we are at the beginning of March, when the American sports audience turns its […]

FLAGLER: Home-court advantage key for BU in tournament

FLAGLER: Home-court advantage key for BU in tournament

The Boston University men’s basketball team has the strongest home-court advantage in the America East. BU […]