CHESTNUT HILL - Frank Spaziani, now the former head coach of the Boston College football team, has issued a statement regarding his firing, which occurred early Sunday evening.
"Obviously this is a sad day for my family and me," Spaziani said. "Boston College has been my home for more than 16 years, and I have been fortunate to work with some amazing student-athletes. I will always treasure my relationships with them and the BC staff. Boston College is a tremendous place, and I am extremely thankful for my time there. I wish the current and future Eagles nothing but the best."
Spaziani leaves Boston College with a coaching record of 22-29 after another disappointing 2-10 season. The Eagles have missed a bowl game for the past two seasons after being bowl elibigle for 12 consecutive years prior to that.
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