BC Vs. Duke Depth Chart Released

Both Boston College and Duke will be looking for their first win of the season on Saturday afternoon when they meet at Alumni Stadium for the opening of conference play.

The BC Eagles are coming off an embarrassing performance in Orlando where they were drubbed by Central Florida 30-3 and suffered another season ending injury to the secondary when CJ Jones tore his ACL on the opening kick-off.

The depth chart in the secondary for this weeks game with Duke shows that Everett, MA native Jim Noel will move from his safety position to play cornerback. Donnie Fletcher, who made a surprise appearance at his usual field corner position after being ruled doubtful for the Central Florida game, is back on the chart as a starter.

More analysis of the BC depth chart after the jump.

The Eagles will apparently also be without the services of running back Montel Harris for a third game.  He is not listed on the depth chart after being considered for playing time this past week.  Andre Williams and Tahj Kimble will continue to get the bulk of the carries.

Finally, defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey is also not expected to play after suffering a foot injury in the season opening loss to Northwestern.

For more BC Football coverage, visit our team page and blog, BC Interruption.

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