Rolandan Finch Named Atlantic Coast Conference Player Of The Week

Rolandan Finch, a sophomore running back for the Boston College Eagles, has been named one of the Atlantic Coast Conference's Players of The Week after his tremendous performance in BC's 28-17 win over Maryland on Saturday.

Finch rushed for a career-high 243 yards and two touchdowns on 39 carries to power the Eagles' offense. Finch has now rushed for 509 yards and three scores on 98 carries this season and has 643 career rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns.

OFFENSIVE BACK - Rolandan Finch, Boston College, So., RB, 5-10, 209, New Albany, Ind. Finch rushed for 243 yards and two touchdowns on 39 carries in Boston College's 28-17 win at Maryland, establishing career highs for yards, carries and touchdowns and achieving the most yardage by a running back in the Atlantic Coast Conference this season. Finch's rushing yardage ranks third on the school's single-game list behind Montel Harris, who rushed for a BC-record 264 yards against NC State in 2009, and Phil Bennett who totaled 259 yards against Temple in 1972. (via theACC.com)

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