CHESTNUT HILL MA - SEPTEMBER 04: Mark Herzlich #94 of the Boston College Eagles blocks Erik Walker #83 of the Weber State Wildcats on September 4 2010 at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill Massachusetts. Boston College defeated Weber State 38-20. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
The next Round of 16 matchup in our Ultimate Boston College Football Game series pits Group F winner, the 2003 win over Virginia Tech, against the Pool E runner-up, cancer survivor Mark Herzlich's comeback game to open the 2010 season.
Here's the current bracket:
(A1) 2004 W vs. Notre Dame vs. (B2) 2008 W vs. Wake Forest -- in progress
(B1) 2007 W vs. Clemson vs. (A2) 2005 W vs. Clemson -- in progress
(C1) 2007 W vs. Virginia Tech vs. (D2) 2009 W vs. Florida State -- in progress
(D1) 2005 W vs. Boise State vs. (C2) 2006 W vs. Clemson -- in progress
(E1) 2003 W vs. Notre Dame vs. (F2) 2004 W vs. West Virginia -- in progress
(F1) 2003 W vs. Virginia Tech (E2) 2010 W vs. Weber State
Pool G Winner TBD vs. Pool H Runner-Up TBD -- Group G and Group H in progress
Pool H Winner TBD vs. Pool G Runner-Up TBD
BC's victory over Virginia Tech in 2003 was only the Eagles' second ever win in Blacksburg, joining the 1995 20-14 victory. With Matt Ryan's late game heroics four years later, the Eagles notched their third road victory in the all-time series. In all, BC is 3-6 on the road and 3-6 at home vs. the Hokies.
Which victory advances to the Quarterfinals? Voting will remain open for one week.