The Boston College Eagles (1-4, 0-2 ACC) face the resurgent Florida St. Seminoles (5-1, 2-1 ACC) on Saturday in Tallahassee, Fla., and will attempt to derail the fast start to the Seminoles' season. But heading into the game, there is plenty the Eagles have to worry about in order to pull it off. An almost perfect game will be needed to beat the Seminoles. But what will they focus on?
BC Interruption breaks down all the big questions heading into Saturday's game, including whether or not the Eagles offensive line will be able to protect quarterback Chase Rettig, and if the Eagles defense can hold the Seminoles to less than 500 yards of offense.
BC Interruption thinks the offensive line is especially important. Boston College players haven't seen athletes like they'll see in the Seminoles, so their adjustment to that level of athleticism will go a long way in determining if the Eagles can keep things close or not.