Linked to the Heights, Oct. 17: Clemson Prep Time

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Aug 30, 2014; Foxborough, MA, USA; Boston College Eagles quarterback Tyler Murphy (2) passes the ball during the first half against the Massachusetts Minutemen at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

The Boston College Eagles are preparing for their big game against the Clemson Tigers. We hope they’re preparing, anyway.

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Only by tomorrow will we know how good of a job the Eagles did in getting ready for one of their biggest games of the season to date, but with a chance at a 5-2 record on the line, they will give victory everything they have.

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Connor Wujciak, Boston College cramming for Clemson
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Boston College senior defensive lineman Connor Wujciak as featured by the Herald, discussing how he is getting prepared for the Clemson game tomorrow while noting some successes he has had so far this season.

The Eagle made some observations about how the Eagles were able to get themselves back on track last week against the NC State Wolfpack, while offering his own keys to the Clemson game.

"We are an aggressive front and we were really aggressive that game and our game plan worked. … [NC State] came out firing, but we made an adjustment or two and stayed poised and played defense. Connor Wujciak (in Boston Herald)"

So, what will be Boston College’s strategy against the Tigers? Why, being aggressive, of course. It worked against USC and has been successful every time it has been tried so far this year, whether the opponent was worthy or not. On the flip side, we have seen what happens when the Eagles are not aggressive — they lose.