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  • Father of BC DT Ryan Betro leaves hospital after 50-day battle with COVID-19

    Larry Brown Sports "Boston College’s football team’s Twitter account shared a great video on Thursday. Dicky Betro, the father of defensive tackle Ryan Betro spent 50 days battling COVID-19, according to his son. Betro shared on Twitter that his father overcame pneumonia, kidney failure and..." May 22

  • Former Ohio State WR Jaelen Gill to transfer to Boston College

    USA Today "Former Ohio State wide receiver Jaelen Gill will transfer to Boston College, he announced Tuesday on Twitter. The Golden Eagles are coached by Jeff Hafley, who was the Buckeyes’ defensive co-coordinator in 2019. Gill was a four-star recruit in 2018 after a standout..." May 19

  • Boston College grad-transfer QB Anthony Brown chooses Oregon

    The Score "Former Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown chose Oregon for his final year of eligibility, sources told Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports. The graduate transfer started three seasons for the Eagles. Injuries plagued Brown throughout his time at Boston College,..." April 01

  • Early reactions to college football's offseason coaching hires

    The Score "Now that Colorado has landed former Miami Dolphins receivers coach Karl Dorrell, college football's hiring-and-firing season has concluded (we think). Placing grades on new head coaches can be a futile task. Two years ago, Scott Frost (Nebraska) and Chip Kelly (UCLA) were..." February 29

  • Jeff Hafley's blend of NFL, big-time college experiences will pay off for Boston College

    Sporting News "Boston College opens spring practice Saturday under first-year coach Jeff Hafley, and that is when an experiment worth watching begins. Hafley wants to find the mesh point between college football and the NFL to revive a middling program that has a 57-69 record since 2010...." February 22

  • Mike Vrabel’s Son Tyler Vrabel is a Football Star at Boston College

    Heavy "Tennesse Titans Head Coach Mike Vrabel has plenty to celebrate with a successful season and playoff run. However, his successes aren’t the only ones he is celebrating, as his son Tyler Vrabel committed to Boston College in June of 2017 and played his first season as a..." January 19

  • Vince Oghobaase To Become Defensive Line Coach At Boston College

    SI "Boston College added yet another coach this week, as UCLA defensive line coach Vince Oghobaase will be added to Jeff Hafley's staff. While Boston College hasn't officially made the announcement yet, a source confirmed the hiring, and Oghobaase's Twitter page makes it pretty..." January 17

  • Notre Dame QB Phil Jurkovec transferring to Boston College

    ESPN "Notre Dame quarterback Phil Jurkovec plans to transfer to Boston College, a source confirmed to ESPN. Sports Illustrated first reported the move. Jurkovec recently placed his name in the transfer portal after two seasons as a backup for the Fighting..." January 12

  • Notre Dame Football: QB Phil Jurkovec is visiting Boston College

    One Foot Down "According to a 247 report former Notre Dame Fighting Irish quarterback, Phil Jurkovec, is visiting the Boston College Eagles this weekend. Jurkovec recently put his name in the transfer portal and is wasting little time in his search for a new home...." January 11

  • Report: Boston College 'Close' to Finalizing Deal With Jeff Hafley as Next Head Coach

    SI "The Boston College head coaching search seemingly won’t be going on for much longer.  According to Yahoo! Sports’s Pete Thamel, the Eagles are “close” to finalizing an agreement with Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley as its next head football..." December 14

  • Boston College’s A.J. Dillon To Skip Senior Season And Bowl Game, Declare For NFL Draft

    CBS Boston "The collegiate career for running back A.J. Dillon is over. It’s on the NFL. Dillon will not play in BC’s bowl game this year, and he will skip his senior season in order to enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Dillon made the announcement in a statement released by the..." December 10