Colorado State at Boston College: 5 Big Questions

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Sep 20, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston College wide receiver

Sherman Alston

(6) looks to get past Maine defensive back Sherrod Baltimore (3) during the first half at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Colorado State at Boston College: 5 Big Questions — #4

What are the chances of a high-scoring game on Saturday?

Relatively high.

Boston College matches up very well against the Rams defense, and if the current trends from this season hold, they should have very little trouble running the football against Colorado State.

Meanwhile, the Rams have done well at moving the ball themselves while they are on offense. Even though Boston College has played well defensively for the most part, Colorado State has an experienced quarterback who leads a good passing attack. The Rams scoring 30 points is not out of the question.

It is also very much in play for Boston College, who have only had one sub-30 point performance in their first four games and appear to be building momentum on that side of the football, not losing it.

The “over” is looking good. Real good.