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Steve Addazio 4th Highest Paid ACC Football Coach

Boston Globe article puts Addazio at $2.6M annual salary The BCAA kimono opened just slightly today, when a Boston Globe article revealed that Head Football Coach Steve Addazio is tied for the 4th highest salary in the ACC at $2.6M annually per the school's 2014 tax returns. The Dazzler's salary puts him on level footing with Frank Beamer at Virginia Tech and behind FSU's Jimbo Fisher ($3.6M), Dabo Swinney at Clemson ($3.2M) and Louisville's Bobby Petrino ($3M). An article in the USA Today then would place Addazio 36th in the country in overall, just behind Arizona State's Todd...

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Boston Herald May 11, 2015
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Boston College fell behind early against a team they couldn’t come back against.No. 13 Loyola Maryland went up by six in the first half a stemmed every BC rally in the second to post a 19-12 victory over the No. 5 Eagles in the second round of the NCAA tournament yesterday at the Newton Lacrosse Complex.The finest season in the history of the BC program ended at 15-4, while the Patriot League champion Greyhounds improved to 16-4 with an offensive onslaught.
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Steve Addazio, BC spring forward

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