Saturday, September 22, 2012

Bye Week Scoreboard Watching

BC's not playing, but much of today's action impacts our season. Important games of note include:


  • Army at Wake Forest. Both teams are on our schedule and both are still considered potential wins. If Army hangs with Wake on the road, I fear they will give us a tough game at West Point.
  • Miami at Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech's offense has been clicking. If Miami can't slow them down, I fear how we will handle them.
  • Clemson at Florida State. We will be heavy underdogs to both, but Clemson is more pressing since they come to Alumni next week. If they pull off the upset, we could become their trap game. If they get crushed, I think they will want to take it out on us.

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4 Comments:

At 4:01 PM, Blogger mmason said...

The problem with predictions of this current BC offense pulling off a win against any team superior to Maine is that if BC is unable to run the ball with any effect then we can't win any games on the schedule for the rest of this season. Rettig can't win in the air if we have no OL to propel the ground game. I want to believe in a turn-around after NU, but how it can happen with what we have upfront is a mystery beyond my rose-colored crystal ball...

 
At 2:48 AM, Blogger JBQ said...

Clemson will now come into Boston "loaded for bear". Army will now be a tough game. Then, it's the Seminoles and they will be takin' many a scalp followed by a very good G.T. team which Miami was able to wear down. If BC can survive this stretch, there are several winable games down the stretch. I believe that they will be 1-6 at that time but do well at the end to finish like 4-8 or 5-7.

 
At 9:38 AM, Blogger NEDofSavinHill said...

Nortwestern is undefeated. Miami got 600 yards of offense in their win over GT. BC played both even. Both may be top 25 teams. Saturday will be revealing.

 
At 5:07 AM, Blogger delly belly said...

i like the first one "Army at wake forest"... So am also going to watch my scoreboards now..

 

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