But if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my four years at BC, it’s that And by open to it, I don’t just mean wanting a relationship for the sake of having a relationship.
I mean really opening yourself up to all people, honestly getting to know everyone you have the opportunity to meet, and not just relying on random hookups. During my early years at BC, I met a series boys that I was mildly interested in.
Armed with this knowledge, I’ve been able to deal with all of the relationships in my life in a much healthier way – and not just the romantic ones, but also my friendships.
After the aforementioned boy situation fizzled out, I spent the summer after my sophomore year meeting guys with no intention of dating them.
I wanted my life to be a scene out of a collegiate rom-com.
We college students know that relationships like the one I just described don’t come around as frequently as we’d like, especially when random hookups are the norm around the dorm.
Line: Kansas State -3Both teams will potentially have their biggest weakness exposed in this one. The Golden Eagles haven’t beaten a current Power school in a bowl game since the 2000 Mobile Alabama Bowl, a 28-21 win over TCU. It edged (6) Michigan 33-32 in last season’s Orange Bowl. Can the Golden Eagles keep FSU under its scoring average of 26.7 points per game? Arizona and Purdue have only met twice previously, a home-and-home series in 20. Line: Arizona -4.5In one of the better strength vs. Players to Watch Arizona: sophomore quarterback Khalil Tate (#14) (No. It last went bowling two seasons ago, in 2014, when it fell 31-7 to Arkansas in the Texas Bowl. Its most recent win came the year before, in 2015, when it downed Pitt 44-28 in the Military Bowl. Washington State and Michigan State last met 40-years ago, in 1977. Players to Watch Stanford: junior running back Bryce Love (#20) (No.
Its most recent defeat came in the 2015 Peach Bowl, a 38-24 loss to (14) Houston. Line: Florida State -14Though Florida State will have a clear advantage in athleticism and depth, Southern Miss’s defense ranks in the top 30 nationally against both the run and the pass. a Seminole offense that hasn’t managed to find a rhythm all season (No. Players to Watch Southern Miss: senior defensive back Curtis Mikell (#19) (tied for the seventh-most passes broken-up in the FBS), junior wide receiver Korey Robertson (#18) (tied for the sixth-most receiving TDs in the FBS). strength matchups this bowl season, tune in to see Arizona’s lethal No. The Wildcats have averaged 324.42 ground yards per game while the Boilermakers have held opponents to 133.33. 55 ranked passing attack might look like Oklahoma State vs. 6 in the FBS in rushing yards per game among all backs and No. Purdue: sophomore linebacker Markus Bailey (#21) (tied for the third-most sacks in the Big Ten), senior linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley (#4) (No. Its last win was in the 2012 Alamo Bowl, a 31-27 victory over (15) Oregon State. The Tigers’ last bowl action also came in 2014, a 33-17 win over Minnesota in the Citrus Bowl. Virginia and Navy have met 39 times previously, but not since 1994. In all, they’ve played seven times, all in the regular season, dating back to 1942. Line: Washington State -4.5This is what it would look like if the History Channel played the Sci-Fi Channel in a football game. 2 in the FBS in both rushing yards per game and total yards), junior strong safety Justin Reid (#8) (tied for the third-most interceptions in the FBS), senior defensive tackle Harrison Phillips (#66) (No. TCU: senior defensive end Mat Boesen (#9) and junior defensive end Ben Banogu (#15) (combined they have 30 tackles for a loss and 20 sacks).
I was learning , to accept casual hookups for what they are – and what they are not.
I entered my junior year with a newfound confidence and a carefree attitude.