$10 for One Ticket to Boston College vs. Wake Forest Basketball Game on March 6 ($20 Value)

Boston College Conte Forum

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  • Action-packed ACC game
  • See guard Reggie Jackson
  • Weekend game
  • College-basketball atmosphere

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Expires Mar 6th, 2011. Not valid for resale. Valid for listed game only. No cash value. Not valid with other offers. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Just as in chess, most basketball strategy involves anticipating your opponent’s next move and then distracting him until a teammate can ride past him on a horse. Enjoy the cerebral thrills with today's Groupon: for $10, you get one ticket to see the Boston College Eagles battle it out against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at noon on Sunday, March 6 (a $20 value). The game takes place at Conte Forum on the Boston College campus.

Poised to capture a spot in the upcoming NCAA tournament, the Boston College Eagles look to shred the Demon Deacons with their metaphorical talons in this Atlantic Coast Conference clash. Under the tutelage of new head coach Steve Donahue, the squad’s roster of talented players, including spritely guard and leading scorer Reggie Jackson and colossus center Josh Southern, is ready to lead the way to victory with lightning-fast ball handling and net-tickling jump shots. For this March contest, the Eagles will welcome visiting conference rival Wake Forest with their trademark mixture of gritty determination and affable good sportsmanship. With this deal, you'll get views of all the shooting, dribbling, and funcitement, giving you the chance to salute three-point-scoring players with knowing winks and warm smiles. Bring along your friends and family and watch the Eagles mount up on wings uncompromised by the wax of Daedalus and take another step closer to an NCAA tourney birth with today’s Groupon to Boston College basketball.