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Boston Herald Aug 26, 2015
BC offense rebounds in Eagles' final preseason scrimmage

BC offense rebounds in Eagles' final preseason scrimmage

The Boston College Eagles broke training camp with their finest offensive showing in the preseason today.The offense was the clear winner in the third and final training camp scrimmage against the defense, which dominated the previous two clashes.Three of the four units scored touchdowns that included four on the ground and two in the air. Sophomore quarterback Darius Wade believes the offense is ready to make the transition from training camp to game planning for the season opener against the Maine Black Bears on Sept. 5 at Alumni Stadium. 
Boston Herald Aug 25, 2015
Sky's the limit for BC football's Harold Landry

Sky's the limit for BC football's Harold Landry

Defensive end Harold Landry will operate beyond the boundaries of his position for Boston College this season.Landry plays left end with the first unit in training camp but his duties extend beyond the three-point stance in a 4-3 scheme. After a freshman season that peaked with terms like “upside” and “potential,” he is realizing both this preseason.
Boston Herald Aug 22, 2015
BC offense takes step forward in second scrimmage

BC offense takes step forward in second scrimmage

The Boston College offense displayed its big plays capabilities in the Eagles’ second training camp scrimmage at Alumni Stadium today.The BC offense did not score a touchdown and was limited to three trips inside the red zone in the initial scrimmage on Aug. 15. The Eagles first offense made amends on the opening play of today's match.
Boston Herald Aug 21, 2015
BC Notebook: BC football ready to expand offense

BC Notebook: BC football ready to expand offense

The Boston College offense will probe deeper into the playbook during the team’s second training-camp scrimmage tomorrow morning at Shea Field.“We are almost done with installation,” said BC coach Steve Addazio. “We have been randomly calling things but now we are going to sit down and determine what we want to see here and how do we categorize it.“That’s the next thing on the docket and that is what we are going to work on.”
Boston Herald Aug 18, 2015
Kavalec key to Eagles ‘D’

Kavalec key to Eagles ‘D’

Boston College right defensive end Kevin Kavalec brings a game-day edge to the drudgery of training camp.The 6-foot-2, 253-pound junior from Middleburg Heights, Ohio, was the diesel of the Eagles’ front seven during yesterday’s sweltering double session at Shea Field.“He’s an accountable guy and he’s tough and you just can’t break him,” said BC coach Steve Addazio. “He’s an older guy now and he gets it. He’s one of the elite workers on our team and you see it on every down.
Boston Herald Aug 16, 2015
BC Notebook: ‘D’ scores points with pick-6

BC Notebook: ‘D’ scores points with pick-6

Boston College’s third defense was its best offense in yesterday’s initial training camp scrimmage at Shea Field.Linebacker Jimmy Martin picked off a pass thrown by fellow freshman Jeff Smith at the 28-yard line late in the second half and brought it to the house for the only touchdown on the day.
Boston Herald Aug 15, 2015
BC offensive line has 'a long way to go' after first scrimmage

BC offensive line has 'a long way to go' after first scrimmage

The Boston College offensive line was the object of interest in the Eagles’ initial training camp scrimmage on Shea Field.Coach Steve Addazio rotated his big men at different positions regardless of experience or length of service. The Eagles front was so thin after losing five starters from the 2014 season that Addazio had to cancel the annual spring game.
Boston Herald Aug 14, 2015
Eagles plenty deep in backfield

Eagles plenty deep in backfield

Boston College football coach Steve Addazio has a surplus of riches in the backfield as his preseason kicks into gear, but he still needs to find ways to diversify his one-dimensional offense.The Eagles resumed training camp at Shea Field yesterday, looking to manage the complete overhaul of their offensive line and the rapid progression of quarterback Darius Wade, an untested strong-armed sophomore from Middletown, Del. The BC passing attack finished last in the ACC in 2014 (123 yards per game) and graduated its best receiver.
Boston Herald Aug 14, 2015

BC Notebook: Harris Williams anchors O-Line

Lynn’s Harris Williams is technically a returning starting offensive lineman for Boston College but that severely stretches the definition.Williams was one of the Eagles’ five starting linemen in the 2014 season opener against UMass, but he suffered a fractured ankle in the first half of BC’s 30-7 win. Williams was a medical redshirt for the remainder of the campaign.
Boston Herald Aug 12, 2015
Knoll not kicking back at BC camp

Knoll not kicking back at BC camp

Mike Knoll had only seconds to execute the biggest pressure kick of his career and needed months to get over it.As a freshman, Knoll was the kicker who hooked a routine extra point in overtime that resulted in a 31-30 Boston College loss to Penn State in the Pinstripe Bowl last December at Yankee Stadium.Knoll began his atonement with an outlook of hope and optimism when the Eagles opened training camp this week.
Boston Herald Aug 11, 2015
BC’s Wade springs to QB lead

BC’s Wade springs to QB lead

Quarterback Darius Wade has considerable understanding of the Boston College offense and the motivation to run it his way.The 6-foot, 204-pound sophomore slinger from Middletown, Del., ran the first offense during the Eagles’ opening day of training camp yesterday in Chestnut Hill.“I’m hoping to work on the efficiency of our passing game,” said Wade. “I want to continue working on my game and pick up on the fundamental things I need to work on.

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