Yesterday, Boston College released its depth chart for Saturday's game against the Duke Blue Devils. That was before the Kevin Rogers news blew up all we knew and held sacred about this year's Eagles football program. Now our offensive coordinator is gone, and Spaz isn't done blowing things up.
This afternoon, Spaz released an updated depth chart with quite a few changes on it. On the offensive side of the ball, there is still no Montel Harris, which is no surprise. The first change is that Bobby Vardaro is no longer listed as the backup at left guard, replaced by true freshman Dan Lembke. I honestly don't know much about either of these guys, so not really a big deal. All in all, not many big changes on that side of the ball.
The defensive depth chart is a whole other story.
Kaleb Ramsey still isn't on the chart, which again will hurt BC in all facets of its defense on Saturday. Max Holloway isn't even on the depth chart anymore and has been replaced by true freshmen Mehdi Abdesmad and Kieran Borcich. At the SLB position Steele Divitto is gone, replaced by Nick Clancy and Andre Lawrence. Both of these moves puzzle me because they were both listed as starters yesterday, but now Divitto and Holloway are both off the depth chart completely. So unless they were both hurt at practice, there must be some other reason for their drop in status.
Everything else remains the same on special teams.
What the heck is going on in Chestnut Hill? Is Spaz shaking things up to try and breathe some life into a team that looked limp last week? Let's hope so.
Complete revised depth chart after the jump.