From Matt Hinton's Week 6 Lowlights, (click through for links featuring comments from BCI's best and brightest):
• Knights of the chopping block. Long-suffering Boston College fans didn't think there was any pride left to wound after three long, mostly fruitless seasons under coach Frank Spaziani, but the 2012 Eagles managed to redefine "rock bottom" Saturday in a humiliating 34-31 loss at Army. Coming into the weekend, the Black Knights were 0-4 and had just been mocked in this space for failing to score a touchdown in a 23-3 collapse against Stony Brook. (Stony Brook!) Against Boston College, the academy found its footing and then some, racking up a staggering 516 yards rushing en route to the upset. Through five games, the Eagles are 1-4 with the lone victory coming over an FCS team (Maine) and Florida State, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech and N.C. State still on the schedule. At this point, there are two types of Boston College fan: The ones who had been resigned to letting Spaziani "retire" at the end of the season but now want him gone ASAP, and the ones who already wanted Spaz gone and have nothing new to add except increasingly inventive insults. Their only solace is that they've just been introduced to the man who will wield the ax at some point over the next few months.