Found November 08, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Chase Rettig made his collegiate debut against Notre Dame. This time he's hoping to finish the job. Rettig was promoted to starter for Boston College's nationally televised game against the Fighting Irish in 2010. He started with three straight three-and-outs to fall behind 21-0 before connecting on a 58-yard touchdown pass at the end of the first quarter. But on the Eagles' first possession of the second, he was blindsided in the pocket and left with a sprained ankle. Now Rettig is hoping that he can lead BC to victory over unbeaten and No. 4 Notre Dame in another Saturday night game.
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[Photo]: Stephan Savoia, File/Associated Press - FILE – In this Oct. 2, 2010, file photo, Boston College quarterback Chase Rettig (7) looks to pass in his first start against Notre Dame in Boston.  The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame “ship up to Boston” this week to play the Eagles of Boston College at 8pm ET on The post Notre Dame – Boston College Preview appeared first on No Coast Bias.

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Coach Brian Kelly isn't planning to publicly lobby for Notre Dame to be included in the BCS title game. He's more concerned with the fourth-ranked Fighting Irish playing with the "head of a champion" and avoiding another scare. That may not be especially difficult Saturday as Notre Dame tries to extend its best start in 19 years when it visits overmatched Boston...
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