Ryan Day, Kevin Rogers, Chuck Heater expected to join Boston College football

Eric Hartline-US PRESSWIRE

Steve Addazio, the newly hired head coach of the Boston College football team, is expected to bring his staff from Temple -- offensive coordinator Ryan Day, defensive coordinator Chuck Heater and assistant head coach Kevin Rogers -- with him to BC.

One day after the hiring of new head football coach Steve Addazio at Boston College, it appears that he will be bringing his staff from his former school, Temple, with him.

Ryan Day, a former BC wide receivers coach and offensive coordinator at Temple, will reportedly be hired as the Eagles' new offensive coordinator. According to a tweet from Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Addazio will also bring assistant head coach Kevin Rogers -- who also previously coached at Boston College -- as well as defensive coordinator Chuck Heater and offensive line coach Justin Frye with him.

Rogers, a former quarterbacks coach for the Minnesota Vikings, was hired as Boston College's offensive coordinator prior to the 2011 season, but did not complete the season after the school said he left for personal reasons and asked fans and media members to respect his privacy.

Addazio is set to be introuduced in a press conference at BC on Wednesday.

For more Boston College football coverage, visit our blog, BC Interruption.

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