Oct 18, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston College Eagles head coach Steve Addazio holds up 4 fingers during the second half of a game against the Clemson Tigers at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports
With all the individual units and sub-units of the Eagles graded, it’s time to reveal the final grade for 2014 Boston College Football.
Many different factors were taken into consideration, including how well the component parts of the offense, defense, and special teams performed and how effective they proved to be at the end of the day. Our evaluations of offense, defense, and special teams also looked into how well the coaches did in getting the guys ready to play, and if they put their players in the best position to win.
It feels like the 2014 season passed quickly, mainly because it did. In thirteen games, or 780 minutes of football plus a few overtimes, a great deal took place, and even though those thirteen hours of game time seemed brief, there was plenty to judge. Now, after all the practices, pregame preparation, and battles on the field, we slap a final grade on the whole thing. One letter will define the season.
2014 Boston College Football: Grades Already Revealed
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