http://www.boston.com/sports/colleges/football/articles/2010/11/07/true_student_of_game/ WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Anthony Castonzo can concentrate more on football now, his flirtation with a Rhodes Scholarship over. But Boston College’s left tackle still can do advance work toward a degree in the National Football League. Tweet Be the first to Tweet this!Yahoo! Buzz ShareThis Yesterday was a start in the right direction, as Castonzo and his linemates pounded the ball down the field to set up a 25-yard field goal by Nate Freese, the final points in BC’s 23-13 win over Wake Forest. “It was great, we were running power, getting 5 and 6 yards a pop,’’ said Castonzo, who has been a fixture at left tackle since he arrived at BC four years ago. “We kind of imposed our will. It was exactly what we wanted to do. We were pretty amped up on that drive. We just simplified things. We ran one play over and over again.’’ As for the Rhodes Scholarship? “Unfortunately, I did not get the invite for the interview,’’ said Castonzo. “That’s over.’’ Castonzo did receive an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl at the end of January, an opportunity to solidify his position as a first-round draft pick.