Boston College Schedule-A-Team: MAC Football

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Sep 20, 2014; East Lansing, MI, USA; Eastern Michigan Eagles quarterback Rob Bolden (1) runs as he looks downfield during the fourth quarter against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium. Spartans beat the Eagles 73-14. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Boston College MAC Football Schedule-A-Team: Eastern Michigan Eagles

All-Time History With Boston College: None
Last Faced: Not applicable

Travel (if necessary): Slightly less than the travel time to Central Michigan.

Mutual Interest Factor: Obviously none.

Intrigue Factor: Ditto the above.

The Verdict: Might schedule for a one-off at Alumni Stadium if the situation were right for both programs.

Boston College has faced a fair number of MAC teams. Eastern Michigan, another school of Eagles, has not been one of them, and it would seem they are not going to be for some time.

Chances are that if they ever faced Boston College, it would be at Alumni.

Sep 27, 2014; Charlottesville, VA, USA; Kent State Golden Flashes quarterback Colin Reardon (10) throws the ball as Virginia Cavaliers linebacker Daquan Romero (13) chases in the fourth quarter at Scott Stadium. The Cavaliers won 45-13. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Boston College MAC Football Schedule-A-Team: Kent State Golden Flashes

All-Time History With Boston College: 3 games (3-0-0)
Last Faced: 2010 (BC wins, 26-13)

Travel (if necessary): Similar travel time for Boston College as to Akron — less than two hours.

Mutual Interest Factor: Not in several years, but there has been some.

Intrigue Factor: It wasn’t intriguing for either team when it happened last time.

The Verdict: Would be inclined to prefer a one-off at home, but could be persuaded to schedule them away again if it is at Cleveland Browns Stadium.

There are a number of teams in this conference that are more suitable for single games to be scheduled every now and again. Kent State is definitely one of them.

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