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Boston College Football 21 Questions: How Will Boston College Do In November?

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One final stretch of games against five opponents in November could make the difference between bowling and going home for the year.

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With a little under two weeks remaining until the kickoff of the 2013 season, we want to let you the readers voice your opinons. Every day from now until the kickoff on August 31st against Villanova, we will feature a question that we are looking for you the readers to answer.

In order to do this you are going to need to be a commenter. There have been probably a dozen new commenters that have joined up already, and we are always looking for more. We know there are a lot of you out there that read this blog "But AJ, we don't know how to comment". It's actually really quite simple. All you need to do is:

  1. Click on "Sign Up"
  2. Either register through Facebook, Google +, OpenID (whatever the heck that is) or if you want to stay anonymous create a user name, you know like "BeADude4Life" "RettigIsGod" or something like that.
  3. Click on Accept terms and conditions (and unclick the receive emails if you hate that kind of stuff).
  4. You are done! You can now comment and interact with the entire BC Interruption Community
  5. Seriously though, try it, we'd love to hear your takes!

Here is today's question:

November is going to be a crucial month for Boston College. They have five winnable games against Virginia Tech, New Mexico State, N.C. State, Syracuse and Maryland. What will the Eagles record be in November?

Previous Questions:

How will Chase Rettig do in 2013?

What is the best case/worst case scenarios for Boston College

What game could be a potential upset game for Boston College this season?

Which non Alex Amidon receiver will lead the Eagles in receiving yards?

What Boston College freshman do you think will be the strongest contributor in 2013?

What Boston College game are you looking forward to most?