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2012 NCAA Football Relegation Week 3: Eagles Drop Opener To Kentucky

[Ed. note -- Front Page'd]

CoShik Williams caught a 65 yard touchdown pass from Maxwell Smith to give Kentucky a 17-10 lead in the 2nd quarter and the 'Cats never looked back, defeating Boston College 33-16 in the Eagles first game in our Relegation league.

The Eagles actually outgained UK by a small margin but left a lot of points on the field similar to the Miami game to open the real regular season, settling for 3 Nate Freese FGs.

Chase Rettig finished 23 of 47 for 263 yards and a touchdown pass to Bobby Swigert while Andre Williams led a pretty anemic rushing attack with just 60 yards on 14 carries.

BC has its home relegation opener this weekend against the Minnesota Golden Gophers (0-2).

In other relegation news...our top secret simulation software went haywire over the week with some big upsets in Conference A. Temple moved to 2-0 winning at Oregon (yeah I know...keep in mind each simulation is only run once..lol). Houston dropped 60 at Auburn in winning 60-6, Toledo buried Kansas State in Manhattan 30-0 and USC dropped to 0-2 losing to Michigan State 20-18.

Check out the current standings, team schedules, weekly results as well as the box score from the BC-UK game here.

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