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Boston College Vs. Clemson: State Of The U's Cam Underwood Talks Bad Days On Tuesday

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You thought BC had a bad day? Try being a Hurricanes fan these days.

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Let's all be honest. Saturday was a "bad day." Had anyone come up with an idea to sell tickets to the Zakim Bridge, BC fans would've lined up one by one for the chance to get a preferred spot in line.

You know what the best thing to do is when you're a fan in that situation? Talk about it!

The good news is we're not alone. Miami fans are selling tickets for Key Biscayne this week after losing, yet again, to the Florida State Seminoles. Despite hanging tough with FSU, the Canes lost 29-24, dropping them to 3-2 on the season, 0-1 in league play.

Al Golden was the immediate predecessor to Steve Addazio at Temple. Hired to lead the Hurricanes in 2010, he's gone 31-24 overall, 16-17 in league play. Fans of The U are restless with him, and they're ready to dump the man who helped build Temple into a MAC power before they left for the Big East.

Cam Underwood of State of the U joins us to talk about what it's like being a fan at this point in time. Since Golden was the coach of Temple before Addazio, he can give us a good insight as to what we may be able to expect of a coach given five years to implement his system, while at the same time warning us of some of the signs things may not be going well.

Tune in on Tuesday at 8 PM to talk about the Eagles and the ACC in general. Let your feelings out. You'll feel better.*

*psssst...our call-in number is 646-200-0446.

Here's some of the other highlights around the league:

- Tonight's BC Football Radio Show with Coach Addazio is once again available on WEEI 850 AM and will be broadcast, as per usual, from The Stockyard restaurant on Market St. in Brighton, MA. You can catch the show online at tunein.com.

- On Wednesday, Mark RogersTV's ACC Breakdown will feature three familiar faces talking about the league. Special recognition this week since Ryan Kantor from Shakin' The Southland will be on—we'll have Five Good Minutes with Ryan this week from the Clemson blog, and if you tune in, you'll be able to hear from the other side what the expectations are for this week. Brittnee Taylor-Newman of Football.com will also join, as will good pal John Cassillo from Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician.

- If you haven't already, follow us for behind the scenes footage before and during the BCI Radio Show on Fancred. Also give us a follow on Periscope as we discuss and get online talking about the Eagles during the football season.