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Boston College has found their next head coach. The Eagles football team hired Steve Addazio to replace Frank Spaziani to lead Boston College, according to Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated. Addazio has spent the last two seasons with Temple, where he went 13-11. The 53-year-old Farmington, Conn. native was the University of Florida’s offensive coordinator for two years before getting hired by Temple in 2011. Prior to serving as offensive coordinator, he was the Gators’ offensive line coach. Temple went 9-4 in Addazio’s first season and 4-7 this year. The Eagles are coming off a 2-10 2012 record. They went 21-29 with Spaziani at the helm. The University of Florida won two national titles with Addazio manning the offensive line. According to Thamel, Addazio is known as premier recruiter at the college level. Thumbnail photo via Facebook/TempleAthletics

Boston College hires Steve Addazio

Boston College has hired Steve Addazio away from Temple to be the Eagles' next coach. Addazio, a Connecticut native, went 13-11 in two seasons with the Owls since taking over for Al Golden in Philadelphia. Temple is coming off a 4-7 season. In his first season with the Owls, Addazio went 9-4 and won the New Mexico Bowl. ''Steve Addazio brings three critical traits...

Steve Addazio to BC

It is now official. Boston College named Steve Addazio its new head coach. The name should be somewhat familiar since it was floated when we hired Spaz. Since that time he got his shot at being a Head Coach at Temple. He is 13-11 in Philadelphia. As I posted previously, my gut reaction is that Addizio will be a fine coach. I don't think he has huge upside, but he will do enough...

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More Carousel: Steve Addazio leaves Temple for Boston College

So, 3 major college coaching hires in one afternoon. Please guys, stop, we have things to do tonight. Boston College appears to have found their new head coach in the form of Temple head man Steve Addazio. Addazio had been the head coach for the Owls for the past two seasons and garnered a 13-11 recored including a 4-7 record this season as Temple moved from the MAC to the...

Commits React to Addazio Hiring

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Game Notes: Harvard @ Boston College

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Back to Basketball

A day after football coach Steve Addazio departed for Boston College, it was much brighter news for Temple University on the hardwood when the Owls’ men’s basketball team improved to 6-0 with a 76-61 victory over Villanova. Trailing by four at the half, Temple started the final 20 minutes on an 18-2 run and didn’t allow a Wildcat field goal until after 10 minutes had elapsed after the break.

Commits Discuss Addazio's Departure

Temple is looking for a new coach after Steve Addazio left for Boston College, and several of the Owls committed players gave their thoughts.
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