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Boston College Vs. Northern Illinois: Eric Hoffses Is This Week's BCI Radio Guest

In order to properly digest what happened last week (and to prepare for the new day against NIU), we turn internally to a good friend of the BCI program.

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Following the loss to Florida State, there's going to be a different kind of buzz around Boston College this week. With Northern Illinois coming up on Saturday, there's going to be some questions about what happens next with the Eagles, questions hopefully answered by those who surround the program and can provide some of the insight and analysis.

This week, we welcome Eagle Action's Eric Hoffses to the BCI Radio Show on Tuesday night at 8 PM. Eric's one of the leading insiders for Boston College football, and he'll join us to break down some of what happened on Friday night. In addition, he'll also take a look at what happens through the rest of the week as the Eagles prepare for the Northern Illinois Huskies.

Eric's been one of our top recurring guests throughout football and basketball season, which makes him one of our go-to resources whenever there are big conversations needing to take place regarding things going on with BC athletics.

Here's some of the other highlights surrounding the week in media:

-I'll hopefully be jumping on a quick video chat with Mark Rogers to break down the BC-FSU game and the direction of Boston College in life after Darius Wade. That's still in development, so stay tuned if that happens.

-Tonight is shaping up to be a pretty interesting Boston College Football Show on AM 850. As per the norm, Jon Meterparel will speak with Steve Addazio from 7-8 PM over at The Stockyard restaurant in Brighton. For the first time, Meter has Coach Addazio after a weekend in which BC struggled. It'll be really interesting to see what he has to say, especially into the areas of improvement and adjustment leading into Saturday.

-I anticipate rejoining Mark Rogers for ACC Breakdown this week after a big week in college football. Miami went to 3-0 despite having a banner flown over the stadium asking the athletic department to fire Al Golden because "banners are expensive." In addition, Georgia Tech dropped to Notre Dame after a feverish comeback during an intense game. And we'll check in with some of the rest of the ACC as well.

-Don't forget about Friday night's BC segment during the 10 PM news on myTV38.

Stay tuned if any other breaking news or media segments come up throughout the week!