Gethin

Gethin Coolbaugh

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Gethin Coolbaugh is the Editor-In-Chief of BostonSportsToday.net and the former Regional Editor of SB Nation Boston. A lifelong Massachusetts resident and diehard Boston sports fan, Gethin has worked in sports journalism his entire career.

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Farewell, and thank you

So long, and thank you all for everything. It has been one fun ride.

Celtics 89, Hawks 81: Boston captures comeback win

Paul Pierce scored 26 points and the Boston Celtics erased a 19-point deficit to post a prolific 89-81 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday evening at Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA.

NCSU 78, BC 73: Eagles drop ACC opener

Joe Rahon helped his team erase a seven-point second half deficit and take the No. 23/25 ranked N.C. State Wolfpack down to the wire, but the Boston College Eagles could not complete the comeback in a 78-73 loss in the ACC opener on Saturday.

BC vs. NCSU: Eagles open ACC play against Wolfpack

Ryan Anderson and the Boston College Eagles (8-5) open Atlantic Coast Conference play against the No. 23 ranked N.C. State Wolfpack (11-2) on Saturday afternoon inside Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, MA.

Boston College hoops right where it wants to be

Boston College's men's basketball team is riding a five game winning streak into ACC play, which begins for the Eagles next Saturday against No. 23 North Carolina State in Chestnut Hill, MA.

BC 79, Dartmouth 58. Eagles close 2012 with a win

Freshman guards Joe Rahon and Olivier Hanlan helped the Boston College Eagles conclude 2012 in style, scoring a combined 39 points on the way to a 79-58 rout of the Dartmouth Big Green inside Conte Forum on New Year's Even.

BC vs. Dartmouth: Eagles wrap up 2012

Ryan Anderson and the Boston College Eagles (7-5) hope to end 2012 with their fifth straight victory as they face the Dartmouth Big Green (2-8) on New Year's Eve inside Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, MA.

Warriors 101, Celtics 83: Boston blasted again

Stephen Curry and David Lee teamed up to lead the Golden State Warriors past the Boston Celtics, 101-83, on Saturday night at Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA.

Celtics 93, Nets 76: C's prevail on Christmas Day

Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger teamed up to help the Boston Celtics pick apart the Brooklyn Nets, 93-76, and spoil their holiday in a nationally televised affair at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Christmas Day.

Celts vs. Nets: Boston meets Brooklyn on Christmas

Paul Pierce and the Boston Celtics (13-13) square off against Joe Johnson and the Brooklyn Nets (14-12) in a Christmas Day clash at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

BC 71, Providence 68: Eagles hang on

Ryan Anderson (24 points) and Olivier Hanlan (17 points, 12 rebounds) teamed up to lead Boston College (6-5) past Providence (8-3) on Saturday afternoon at Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, MA.

Gronk spikes ... Gatorade?

Rob Gronkowski has spiked many a football in his day, and he can now add Gatorade to that list.

Celts vs. Cavs: Collins to start; Varejao out

Jason Collins will get his first start of the season for the Boston Celtics as they take on the Cleveland Cavaliers, who will be without their star center Anderson Varejao due to a knee injury.

BC tabs Day, Brown as coordinators

Boston College football has named Ryan Day as its new offensive coordinator and Don Brown as its new defensive coordinator under newly hired head coach Steve Addazio.

Celtics vs. Cavs: Reeling Celts take on Cleveland

Rajon Rondo and the skidding Boston Celtics (12-12) hope to snap their losing streak against Kryie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers (5-21) on Wednesday night at TD Garden in Boston, MA.

Doc: Celtics are 'not a good team right now'

Doc Rivers knows what a good basketball team looks like, and this year's version of the Boston Celtics certainly isn't that.

Patriots vs. 49ers: Five things we learned

They nearly completed a tremendous comeback, but the New England Patriots fell short against the San Francisco 49ers, 41-34, on Sunday Night Football. Here's what we learned from the game.

Dennis Clifford (ankle) may return Saturday

Boston College sophomore center Dennis Clifford (right ankle injury) may be able to return to action next Saturday when his team hosts the Providence Friars.

BC extends condolences to Newtown victims

Boston College men's basketball coach Steve Donahue and newly hired athletic director Brad Bates extended their condolences to the victims of the Newtown, CT mass shooting.

BC 61, UNH 59: Eagles survive in OT

Boston College didn't earn any style point, but the Eagles gutted out a 61-59 win over the New Hampshire Wildcats in overtime to earn their fifth win of the season.

Patriots to honor Newtown, CT victims

The New England Patriots have planned two tributes to honor the victims of the tragic shootings in Newtown, Connecticut.

Jim O'Brien was right, after all

Jim O'Brien, former head coach of the Boston Celtics, knew the team would eventually win a championship when it hired Danny Ainge, and he also knew he wouldn't be able to see it through.

Boston College takes on New Hampshire

Olivier Hanlan and the Boston College Eagles (4-5) host the New Hampshire Wildcats (4-5) on Sunday in Chestnut Hill, MA.

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