Lee Luther Jr.-USA TODAY Sports Kickers and punters and hybrids! Oh my! Breaking Down the Specialists Punters : Grant Carlson – RS Junior The lone listed punter on the roster, Carlson averaged 40.2 yards per punt and put 25 of his 69 punts inside the 20. The punting average puts him a little bit below the median across the NCAA, but the 36% inside the 20 is solid

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Like This Play Never Even Happened™ | Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports We are considered the voice of the Eagles community here at BC Interruption, and we talk every day about how the Eagles are doing — about such topics as whether BC will win seven regular season games and lose in the bowl, or win six regular season games and win in the bowl.

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Breaking Down the Boston College Football Roster: The Quarterbacks

July 17, 2019

Photo by Omar Rawlings/Getty Images With the release of the Boston College football roster yesterday, we’ll start our annual summertime series breaking down the Boston College Eagles by position. First up: Quarterback The Starter: Anthony Brown (Jr..) The Backups: Matt Valecce (R-Fr.), Sam Johnson (Fr.) The Analysis: This will be the third year that Anthony Brown has been the starting quarterback for the Boston College Eagles

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Boston College Lacrosse Adds Three Transfers to Roster

July 16, 2019

Photo by Greg Fiume/NCAA Photos via Getty Images Photos via Getty Images Boston College women’s lacrosse head coach Acacia Walker-Weinstein announced this week that three transfers — Charlotte North and Bridget Simmons, both junior attackers, and sophomore goalkeeper Rachel Hall — have joined the team ahead of the 2020 season. North joins as a transfer from Duke University, where she averaged 4.32 goals per game during her sophomore season, third-best in the nation.

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Boston College 2019 Football Roster Released

July 16, 2019

Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports Keep an eye out for who gets the nod at backup QB The 2019 Boston College football team roster has been announced! Last season’s backup quarterback, E.J. Perry, is officially not on the 2019 roster. This likely leaves Fordham Prep’s Matt Valecce and four-star freshman Sam Johnson vying for the backup role, after Matt McDonald followed former OC Scot Loeffler to Bowling Green earlier this summer

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The 2019 BC Interruption GIF of the Year Tournament

July 15, 2019
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Boston College Athletics Wins Community Service Award

July 12, 2019

THE NACDA and Fiesta Bowl have good things to say about Boston College Athletes. The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the Fiesta Bowl announced Wednesday that Boston College was the 2019 winner of the Community Service Award

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The 2019 Boston College GIF Of The Year Tournament: Nominations

July 8, 2019

It’s that time of year! We’re deep into the dog days of the offseason, which is bad. But that means we’ve also reached everyone’s favorite annual BCI series, the BC Interruption GIF of the Year tournament… which is good! Welcome to the 7th (!!) annual BCI GotY tournament.

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BC Lands URI Grad Transfer OL Dwayne Scott

July 3, 2019

Three-year starting center from the University of Rhode Island, Dwayne Scott has decided to fly. Scott should bring valuable experience and depth alongside University of Miami grad transfer, Hayden Mahoney, to an O-line that lost a number of starters. He served as a captain for the Rams this past season and anchored an offense that averaged 121.6 rush yards/game

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Boston College Names Amy Kvilhaug Softball Coach

July 2, 2019

New head coach joins the Eagles from St. John’s The Boston College softball team has found their new head coach, as Amy Kvilhaug was announced as the fifth head coach in program history earlier on Tuesday. The Eagles had a difficult season in 2018-19, going just 18-35 overall and 4-20 in ACC play, after which Ashley Obrest resigned from the head coaching role.

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