Boumerhi, who saw his 2018 season cut short due to a hip injury, joins the Eagles seeking to return to his All-AAC Second Team level of play and should immediately factor in the starting kicker competition.
The Eagles rolled past Miami behind an impressive defensive effort and a big night from A.J. Dillon in his return from injury, setting the stage for a pivotal stretch of games against tough conference opponents.
After averting crisis this past weekend, BC will prepare to square off against the Wolfpack, with health concerns surrounding A.J. Dillon and Jeff Smith—the team’s leading rusher and top receiver.
Despite the Eagles managing to squeak out a win over Temple thanks to a career day for Ben Glines, both the run defense and the first-down playcalling remain cause for concern.
Temple outgained BC, 452-429, in total yards, forced two turnovers, and nearly staged a late-game comeback, but thanks to Ben Glines and the Eagles’ offense, the program improved to 4-1 for the first time since 2009.
After being embarrassed on national television and stripped of its national ranking, head coach Steve Addazio says that his team is practicing angry and yearns to get back in the win column this weekend against Temple.
Sam Coffey scored the first goal on a penalty kick, before providing the assist for Kayla Jennings’ second, giving the Eagles a lead they would never relinguish en route to a comfortable win over Temple.
According to a Boston Globe report, Steve Addazio was “aware that there was an issue in the personal life of Zach and Courtney Smith” when he hired Zach Smith as an assistant at Temple in 2011.