Mar 13, 2014, 11:04 PM EDT
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Boston College head coach Steve Donahue will return to coach the Eagles for a fifth season, according to a report from SI.com’s Pete Thamel.
There had been speculation all season long that Donahue would be out of a job when the season ended. The Eagles were one of the most disappointing teams in the country in 2013-2014, finishing 8-24 after entering the season with higher expectations that the Eagles have had since the days of Jared Dudley and Craig Smith.
Yesterday, there was a report that the Eagles could lose their top three scorers from this season. According to the Boston Globe, leading scorer Olivier Hanlan was considering going pro while Ryan Anderson and Joe Rahon, BC.s best post player and second-best guard, respectively, were weighing whether or not they will transfer back to the west coast.
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- Academic issues expected to sideline St. John’s point guard for fall semester, maybe longer 6
- North Carolina announces receipt of Notice of Allegations from NCAA 3
- LSU’s ’25 is coming’ campaign doesn’t try to hide that they’re monetizing Ben Simmons 2
- Looking Forward: Catching up on the American’s offseason 1
- Five-star center Caleb Swanigan has committed to Purdue 8
- Friday’s most important rule changes only matter if refs actually enforce them 2
- There’s only one way the NCAA gets UNC investigation wrong: a 2016 postseason ban (37)
- Four men’s teams banned from 2016 postseason due to APR scores (10)
- Sports book lists Maryland as early favorite to win national title (9)
- Academic issues expected to sideline St. John’s point guard for fall semester, maybe longer (6)
- John Calipari is selling his program when he says national title isn’t a goal (5)