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The Eagle Has Landed: New Boston College AD Acknowledges "Learning Curve" Ahead

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 25 / 17

Martin Jarmond yesterday was officially introduced as Boston College's new AD and he "laid out his vision for re-instilling a winning culture while acknowledging the inevitable learning curve he’ll face," according to Julian Benbow of the BOSTON GLOBE. Jarmond said, "We need to be the most pre...

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