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According to a report, Boston College football will open up the 2013 season against the Stony Brook Seawolves.
As the Boston College football program starts fall camp, one of the position battles to watch is at running back. Can the Eagles be more effective using 2-3 running backs, or will they continue to go with a feature running back?
Stony Brook football, the Eagles scheduled FCS opponent next season, appears to be on the move. According to a report in Newsday, the Seawolves football program will leave the Big South Conference after this season to join the CAA.
A comprehensive, in-depth look at the 2012 Boston College football schedule, that features six home games against Miami, Maine, Clemson, Maryland, Notre Dame and Virginia Tech.
With a home schedule that includes Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, Clemson, Maryland and Army, can Boston College AD Gene DeFilippo take 2012 to the bank with Frank Spaziani as head coach?
Boston College 45 UMass 17: Post Game Thoughts. BC won a game! Time to celebrate!! #wearebc #bceagles