Matt Patchan played in 27 games at Florida before transferring to Boston College, where he was voted to the All-ACC second-team as a senior.
New Boston College coach Steve Addazio says he's only known some of his recruits for about six weeks.
But there's one he's quite familiar with.
Addazio's son, Louie, is a tight end who went to Syracuse last year. He's transferring to BC to join his father in Chestnut Hill.
Steve Addazio was hired two months ago after Frank Spaziani finished 22-29 in four-plus...
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February 06, 2013
Bruce Feldman's tweet about Florida Offensive Lineman Matt Patchan being interested in BC got me thinking. Why stop with just guys Addazio has a relationship with? Addazio and his staff should be making a grand push to get any interested and eligible fifth year to come to BC next season. It is a stop gap measure that could pay a nice dividend in Year 1.The current recruiting...
Florida safety De'Ante Saunders and offensive tackle Matt Patchan are leaving the program.
Coach Will Muschamp announced the pending transfers Thursday after the fourth-ranked Gators landed in New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl.
Muschamp says ''I think they needed a fresh start and that's all I've got to say about it.''
Saunders, a sophomore from DeLand...
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December 27, 2012
Florida head coach Will Muschamp announced two transfers when the team landed in New Orleans on Thursday morning. Sophomore safety Pop Saunders and redshirt junior offensive lineman Matt Patchan have both left the team and will pursue the opportunity to play somewhere else.
We’re back from the holidays, but two (now former) Florida Gators won’t be. Redshirt junior offensive lineman Matt Patchan and sophomore safety De’Ante “Pop” Saunders are leaving the program.
Patchan came to the Gators out of Tampa, FL (Armwood) in 2008. After being one of the nation’s most sought after recruits, he saw immediate playing time as a freshman. After spending...
Matt Patchan’s career at the University of Florida has been plagued with injuries. Through the adversity, the redshirt junior offensive lineman has stayed strong. In Patchan’s mind, the Gators have already hit rock bottom. Thus, the only way they can go from here is up.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida will be without starting right tackle Matt Patchan against Ohio State in the Gator Bowl.
Coach Will Muschamp says Patchan injured his upper back during practice and has been ruled out for Monday's game.
Xavier Nixon, who has struggled all season and was eventually benched, likely will move back into the starting lineup against the Buckeyes...
Florida will be without starting right tackle Matt Patchan against Ohio State in the Gator Bowl.
The injuries haven’t crept up on offensive tackle Matt Patchan this season, allowing him to be one of the most consistent offensive linemen for the Gators this year. He’s just as surprised as most that the injuries are gone. After random injuries, like being shot before the 2008 season, have kept him out, Patchan has stayed positive through it all.