The Ultimate Boston College Football Game Series Round Of 16: Notre Dame 2004 Vs. Wake Forest 2008

We are on to the knockout round of the Ultimate Boston College Football Game series. Pools A-F are now complete, with only Pool G and Pool H yet to be completed. Here's how the round of 16 bracket has shaped up:

(A1) 2004 W vs. Notre Dame vs. (B2) 2008 W vs. Wake Forest
(B1) 2007 W vs. Clemson vs. (A2) 2005 W vs. Clemson

(C1) 2007 W vs. Virginia Tech vs. (D2) 2009 W vs. Florida State
(D1) 2005 W vs. Boise State vs. (C2) 2006 W vs. Clemson

(E1) 2003 W vs. Notre Dame vs. (F2) 2004 W vs. West Virginia
(F1) 2003 W vs. Virginia Tech (E2) 2010 W vs. Weber State

Pool G Winner TBD vs. Pool H Runner-Up TBD
Pool H Winner TBD vs. Pool G Runner-Up TBD

The first Round of 16 matchup pits Group A winner, the 2004 victory over Notre Dame, against Group B runner-up, the 2008 victory over Wake Forest.

Random fact: QB Paul Peterson's 409 passing yards in the 2004 win over the Irish ranks 13th on the program's single game total yards list. That passing total has only been passed on four other occasions since -- Matt Ryan in 2007 (428 yards vs. Maryland, 438 vs. Georgia Tech and 445 vs. Florida State) and Chris Crane a year later (470 yards vs. N.C. State). Flutie still holds the single-game program record with 517 yards in the 1984 Miracle in Miami.

Voting will remain open for one week. Which game advances to the Quarterfinals?

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