Found December 06, 2012 on NESN.com:
Steve Addazio left Temple for Boston College, and now he’s ready to get down to business. The new Boston College head coach called in to WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan on Thursday, and he spoke glowingly of his new position, saying BC is where he wants to be. Addazio hopes to turn around a program that’s been somewhat in flux, and he points to the Eagles’ storied history as inspiration. Addazio was asked during his radio appearance what three rules he’ll consider to be unbreakable at Boston College. He was also asked about what makes a good coach, and the new BC head man made it perfectly clear that you can’t fake leadership. Hear what else Addazio had to say in the video above.
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