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Boston College's Kevin Rogers Takes Leave Of Absence For Health

Boston College offensive coordinator Kevin Rogers will take a leave of absence due to undisclosed health problems. Rogers, who is in his first season with the team, will be temporarily replaced by BC tight ends coach Don Brock.

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Boston College offensive coordinator Kevin Rogers will take a leave of absence due to undisclosed health problems, according to the school's media relations department. Rogers is in his first season with the team.

Don Brock, the team's tight ends coach, has been named the interim offensive coordinator during Rogers' leave of absence. Ben Johnson, a graduate assistant, has been elevated to take over for Brock as tight ends coach.

"Our football program operates as a family unit, and we are totally supportive of Kevin," Spaziani said. "I would like to ask our fans and followers to support Kevin and respect his privacy. I have the utmost confidence in Dave Brock, and we will begin the transition immediately."

Rogers most recently served as the quarterbacks coach for the Minnesota Vikings, but has also spent time at Virginia Tech, Notre Dame and Syracuse University.

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