Boston College football is in the toilet yet again, and there is one man chiefly responsible: Frank Spaziani. Sure, there are other factors, but the head coach is a defeatist who can’t coach, in a game or during the week, can’t build a roster, and can’t accept any responsibility.
After Saturday’s most recent loss, a 51-7 drubbing by the Florida State Seminoles, BC fans have taken to Twitter and elsewhere to sound off disapproval of the regime.
Last night’s L showed exactly why we #FireSpaz midseason: Embarrassed on Natl TV, burnt redshirts to try to save job, waves white flag at HT
— Fake Baldwin (@FakeBaldwin) October 14, 2012
— Kathryn Alexander (@CaliBlonde8) October 14, 2012
Spaz needs to go, not tomorrow, not next week, not at the end of the season RIGHT NOW #FIRESPAZ
— A.J Black (@BCHysteria) October 14, 2012
— Alex Fowler (@BCBodySuitMan) October 14, 2012
Frank Spaziani is the worst coach I’ve seen in any sport at any level. There is absolutely no excuse to keep him another second. #FireSpaz
— John Krahnert III (@jkrahnert3) October 14, 2012
— Will Blackmon (@willblackmon) October 13, 2012
And many fans directed their anger at new athletic director Brad Bates, in hopes that he would come to swift judgment on Spaziani’s failed tenure:
— ATR (@AroundTheRes) October 14, 2012
— Colin Scanlon (@ColinScanlon) October 14, 2012
@bcbradbates no need to wait until the end of the season. Spaz should be canned on Mon. He’s the worst. Give the kids a chance to win.
— TK (@TKnyny) October 14, 2012
@bcbradbates fire frank spaziani now. Players demoralized. Fans and donors jumping ship. He has had time. The bleeding must stop.
— D. Matt Brothers (@dmattbrothers) October 14, 2012
— Sean McMahon (@TheSeanMcMahon) October 14, 2012
— Nicole Fischer (@NSFischer) October 14, 2012
— amartin1004 (@amartin1004) October 14, 2012
@bcbradbates please Fire Spaz before literally the entire fan base loses all interest. We love the players. Hate the coach.
— Sal Cipriano (@sal_cip) October 13, 2012
This fanbase has had enough, and if we’ve had enough, we can only imagine what the players are feeling right now. All of this has gone on long enough. As a fanbase, we are united in our cause of removing Frank Spaziani.