Tyrese Rice

Boston College Eagles #4 - Guard

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 190

Players, Coaches Have Fond Memories Of BC-UConn

Daily links for Thursday, November 21, 2013

Tyrese Rice Signs With Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv

The 6-foot-1, 190 pound guard will be making his Euroleague debut with Maccabi.

Former Guard Tyrese Rice Joins Growing List Of BC Athletes Upset With School

Former Guard Tyrese Rice Joins Growing List Of Boston College Athletes Upset With School.

2011-12 Boston College Basketball Preview: Upset Bait

Our picks for the one game of the year where the Boston College basketball team will spring the upset.

The ACC Atlantic Division's Fading Stars? And The Big Finish

Taking a look at a disturbing trend for both the Wake Forest and Boston College football programs.

Ex-BC Basketball Star Tyrese Rice Signs With Lithuania's BC Lietuvos Rytas

Tyrese Rice, who starred on the Boston College basketball team from 2005 through 2009, has signed a one year deal with BC Lietuvos Rytas of Lithuania. The contract has an option for a possible extension in the second year.

Tyrese Rice Signs With Lithuanian Club BC Lietuvos Rytas

Former Boston College point guard Tyrese Rice has signed a contract with the Lithuanian club BC Lietuvos Rytas

Steve Donahue A Much Better Fit For Boston College Than Al Skinner

Steve Donahue's success at Boston College this season may be limited by a limited amount of talent on the Eagles' roster. However, being a solid coach, Donahue should have success recruiting and turn Boston College into one of the ACC's better teams.

Tyrese Rice Signs In Germany With The Artland Dragons

Tyrese Rice, a 6-foot-1 guard out of Boston College, has signed with the Artland Dragons in Germany. After having a decent season in Greece last season, Rice played for both the Utah Jazz and Sacramento Kings' Summer League entries.

FanPost

How the Fans Got Al Skinner Fired

Fan Post: One Boston College fan's perspective on the firing of Al Skinner and the Steve Donahue hire. Isn't your average Superfan part of the problem, not the solution?

Q&A with BC Interruption

Blogger So Dear sits down with BC Interruption to talk about the Deacs' matchup against the Eagles on Feb. 9

Harvard 74, Boston College 67

After dropping their second straight game to Harvard in as many years, where do Al Skinner and the Eagles go from here?

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