2014 Boston College Football Offense: Stats and Grades

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Nov 1, 2014; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Boston College Eagles coaching staff reacts in the third quarter at Lane Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

2014 Boston College Football Offense: Coaches

Boston College Eagles. COACHES . B-. The offensive coaching had its share of hits and misses. <p>Offensive coordinator Ryan Day had some games that he called very well, like the USC and NC State games, and parts of others that were good, like UMass and Florida State. Then there were the poorly-called games, like Colorado State and Louisville. The former of those was obvious in how Boston College completely lacked aggressiveness in the second half, allowing the Rams to come back.</p> <p>Justin Frye has done an excellent job with the offensive line this season, and last season as well. He has proven to be one of the best positional coaches on the team.</p> <p>For a defensive guy, Al Washington has done an outstanding job tutoring the running backs. The whole unit was exceptional in 2014 and he deserves credit.</p> <p>The tight ends did not contribute much in terms of catching the football, but they did when it comes to blocking. Give Frank Leonard his due there.</p> <p>Wide receivers coach Todd Fitch does not deserve to get knocked; the Eagles had spotty talent at this position and the results are about what we expected them to be. He knows that his guys had to get better at catching the ball, but at the end of the day, that’s on the players.</p> <p>Steve Addazio’s offensive system seemed to work, and for the most part, he had his team prepared to play on offense. That is probably the most important thing a head coach can do, and while there were some notable exceptions (e.g. Pitt, Louisville), Boston College’s offense got up for many of the bigger games.</p>. All positions

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