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Eagle in Atlanta:
Former Boston College Linebacker Frank Chamberlin lost his battle with cancer Sunday morning. Chamberlin played fullback and eventually linebacker at BC in the 1990s. He was later drafted by Tennessee Titans and played five years in the NFL.Chamberlin was a key player on the early TOB teams that reestablished the winning culture at BC. In fact Chamberlin's outstanding performance against Syracuse sealed our sixth win in 1999, making BC bowl eligible for the first time under TOB.I don't know what BC will do to honor Chamberlin, but might I suggest a patch worn during this year's Syracuse game. We are returning to the setting of Frank's greatest moment and we have another 44 leading us to a Bowl game.During his illness Chamberlin's family set up a donor site to help with the costs of his experimental cancer treatments. I don't know what will come of those donations now, but pay attention to the site as I am sure there will be something established to honor him ...
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Boston College senior Andre Williams is one of the true under-the-radar stars nationally, logging a whopping 1,471 and 12 touchdowns entering Saturday's game against N.C. State. Only Southern Cal and Clemson managed to hold him under 100 yards this season and he had logged at least 200 yards on three separate occasions.
Make that four separate occasions.
Better yet, make it at...
Andre Williams ran for 339 yards to break Boston College's career and single-game rushing records, leading the Eagles to a 38-21 victory over North Carolina State on Saturday and helping them qualify for a bowl game for the first time in three seasons.
Williams broke Mike Cloud's school record of 1,726 career yards on a strange play in the fourth when he broke free on a...
Andre Williams had a senior day for the ages at Boston College Saturday.The A-Train tied his own school record with 42 carries and the ACC rushing record in a single game with 339 yards. Williams added two touchdowns to his tremendous afternoon as Boston College defeated NC State 38-21 to become bowl eligible."It was my last game in Alumni Stadium and the emotions I was feeling...
CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. - The NC State football team could not overcome a powerful Boston College rushing attack, as the Pack fell to the Eagles 38-21 Saturday afternoon in Chestnut Hill.
Not long ago, Boston College has one of the most consistent programs in the country. The Eagles reached 12 consecutive bowl games from 1999-2010,...
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- Here are all the stats from NC State's loss to Boston College.
Until the last few two weeks, few people in college football outside the small Boston College circle of influence could tell you very much about Andre Williams. Oh, they might know that the 6-foot-0, 227 pound Eagle running back had…Read more →
Pack Pride takes a look back at NC State's 38-21 loss to Boston College.