Ever since BC’s Quick Lane Bowl victory, head coach Steve Addazio has bought into the up-tempo offense. The Eagles are running 19.5 more plays than last year, but are struggling more than ever to score.
As soon as the news broke that redshirt freshman Anthony Brown was starting against Northern Illinois on Friday night, a new kind of Eagles football was born.
BC must stall the Huskies’ run game and take advantage of their inexperienced linebackers in its season opener on Friday night.
Dan Metzdorf, Matt Gill, and Jacob Stevens strung together three excellent starts for BC in the 19 Ways Invitational. Unfortunately for Metzdorf, the Eagles blew his 4-1 lead in the final two innings versus Oklahoma.
BC baseball starting pitchers didn’t surrender a run the entire weekend, sweeping Northern Illinois to begin the season 4-0 in Glendale, Arizona.
Coming off a near upset of Ohio State, Northern Illinois poses a threat to BC with it’s strong secondary and dynamic offensive schemes.
Quarterback issues aside, BC football needs to revive its power run game, which struggled last week.