The Boston College Eagles had a tough year, and finished it with another loss to the North Carolina State Wolfpack, 27-10.
Boston College ended the season at 2-10, including a brutal 1-7 ACC record. The only two wins the Eagles could muster were against the Maine Black Bears and the Maryland Terrapins.
Now, head coach Frank Spaziani will in all likelihood be dismissed after what has been a very unfulfilling four seasons.
Over at BC Interruption, A.J. Black talks about what was a very hard year to get through for everyone involved with the school's football program:
As for Spaz, he most likely will be leaving Boston College after a 2-10 record. This will go down as one of, if not, the worst season in recent BC history. No matter how many "Spaz is a good guy" articles are printed in the Globe and Herald, the fact remains that this football program is a mess. But that dark days will end today. It simply cannot get any worse. Brad Bates will do whatever it takes to fix this program and bring back to prominence. It's only a matter of time before press conferences are held, new coaches are named, and "Ever to Excel" returns to The Heights.
Boston College struggled badly on both sides of the ball. The Eagles only kept a team under 20 points two times, both occasions being their two victories.
Wide receiver Alex Amidon was by far the biggest playmaker on what was an inconsistent offense for Boston College. The speedster racked up 78 receptions for 1210 yards and seven touchdowns.