Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The incoming coach will replace Frank Spaziani, who was recently fired.
With a hope of bringing the Boston College football program back to life, BC Athletics has hired Temple University's Steve Addazio as the new Eagles football coach. According to a story posted yesterday on the Sports Illustrated website, Addazio went 13-11 in his two seasons as coach at Temple and won national titles as offensive line coach while at Florida. Addazio has strong ties in the Northeast, SI reported, and is known as one of the biggest recruiters in the region. BC Athletic Director Brad Bates, who was just hired in October, has brought Addazio on board to replace former coach Frank Spaziani. Spaziani was fired at the end of this season after four years with BC football, each of which was progressively worse, SI reported. …
Saturday, November 10, 2012
The Eagles take on undefeated Notre Dame tonight in Chestnut Hill.
The Boston College football team hopes to turn its 2-7 record around with a win over undefeated Notre Dame tonight in Chestnut Hill. The 8 p.m. kickoff could mean traffic in the area leading up to the start of the game. Typically cars can get tied up pre-game on Commonwealth Avenue and Beacon Street. Are you going to the game? Let us know in the comments if you get stuck in a traffic jam.
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
With every new football season comes a list of parking restrictions in Chestnut Hill. Make sure your car does not get towed!
The Boston College football season kicks off this Saturday, ushering in a new year and a fresh start for the Eagles and their devoted fan base. It also marks the start of game day parking restrictions in the Chestnut Hill neighborhoods around BC and Alumni Stadium. Parking on the neighborhood streets around the school during game days is prohibited and cars will be towed at the owner's expense. Signs are posted in most restricted parking areas. Patrons attending the football game are encouraged to take public transportation, as on-campus parking passes are not available for single-game ticket holders. Only those individuals who make a donation to the Boston College Flynn Fund and have season tickets can be considered for on-campus …
Friday, September 2, 2011
Make sure you read through the parking restrictions before the start of the BC Eagle's season.
In Chestnut Hill, the sounds of fall always consist of a marching band, Boston College alumni cheering on the home team and of course, tow trucks. With BC's football season kicking off tomorrow, parking restrictions around the campus will be in full effect. Parking on the neighborhood streets around the school is prohibited and cars will be towed at the owner's expense. Patrons attending the football game are encouraged to take public transportation, as on-campus parking passes are not available for single-game ticket holders. There is some parking available at a satellite lot in Needham, with shuttle bus service to and from the stadium. Some students with proper permits will be allowed to park on the Chestnut Hill campus during game …