Coming off of a busy sports weekend in which Northeastern dropped its football program, and Charlie Weis and Steve Kragthorpe secured their respective places in the unemployment line, the one thing that has been continually running through my mind has been the brief BU men’s basketball season and the team’s performance in its early slate of games.
One night after fatigue and turnovers plagued the Boston University men’s hockey team in a 4-2 loss, the Terriers rebounded to force a 3-3 tie Saturday against the University of New Hampshire at Agganis Arena.
The first 15 minutes was a game of cat-and-mouse, but in the last 25, the mouse finally scurried away and never looked back.
After two disjointed performances to open its season, an opportunity to build unity was afforded to the Boston University’s men’s basketball team by the O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Disappointed with the production he had received out of his top line, Boston University men’s hockey coach Jack Parker stacked the primary unit with three of his club’s most dynamic players for Saturday night’s affair with the University of New Hampshire.