only a couple months until the run of exhibitions for $$$$
a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.
I would be happy to take "mild criticism" of my school if the giver of said criticism could back up the criticism with reasoned arguments and facts. So far, Wodon has given no good reason to support his argument that "BU's AD locked himself in a bubble during this process and it's going to cost this storied program dearly." That's a very strong statement, for a writer to throw that out there with no substantiation then get mad when people ask for elaboration or clarification is foolish.
I was formerly a tasty 7-11 beverage. Now I'm a fan of defunct hockey teams.
If the search/hiring process begged questions, why weren't media who have criticized or speculated on the process present at the press conference? And for the handful of media members present, why didn't any of them ask Drew to further elaborate on the process if it begged some questions?
Postgame crowd at the Town Diner would be crazy.
I still can't work out what the objection to BU's preference for hiring an alum would be, particularly if he is qualified for the job (which he clearly is).
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Another Terrier Stanley Cup winner...Alex Chiasson
It marks the third straight year that a Terrier is on the Cup-winning team as head coach Mike Sullivan and Nick Bonino won back-to-back titles with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2016 and 2017. Chiasson becomes the ninth Terrier to hoist the Cup as a player or coach and it will be the 13th time a member of BU hockey family will have his name on the Cup. In addition to Bonino and Sullivan, Jay Pandolfo and Scott Young also won the Cup on two occasions.
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