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Myles Willis, Tyler Rouse Tasked With Replacing Andre Williams In BC Backfield

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — New York Giants rookie running back Andre Williams finished fourth in Heisman Trophy voting in 2013, just ahead of Johnny Manziel and Tre Mason. Williams, who rushed for 2,177 yards on 355 carries during his senior season with 18 touchdowns, was the heart and soul of Boston College’s offense. Now that he’s no longer around, though, second-year head coach...
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In Al Skinner's last 5 seasons at Boston College, before he was fired, BC was 100-65 and went to 3 NCAA tournaments. Since: 50-62, 0 NCAAs— Chris Spatola (@Chris_Spatola) January 2, 2014Boston College shooting 20 percent from the floor. Team of shooters.— BC Interruption (@bcinterruption) January 1, 2014Bad day but an amazing season. I am truly thankful for God's guidance...
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