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By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  June 24, 2008
HANDHELD HIGHLIGHTS: BU podcasts athletic highlights.Duke wasn’t first. Nor was UCLA, Florida State, or UConn. Combining college-hockey fever (at its peak now that the top-ranked Terriers are Hockey East champions and heading to the NCAA tournament this Friday at 4 pm) with iPod-video frenzy, Boston University last week became the first NCAA school in the nation to video-podcast its athletic highlights. So far, two three-minute highlight reels — complete with pulsating music and play-by-plays of the action — are downloadable from iTunes Music Store or via www.bu.edu/athletics. So what if BU doesn’t have a football team?
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