Boston College Offense Generating Buzz

There was a different look to Boston College football this past spring, one that has brought a louder-than-normal buzz to Chestnut Hill heading into the 2011 football season. The source of that change? A new offensive coordinator in Kevin Rogers (formerly of the Minnesota Vikings), who very quickly seemed to bring life to an offense that one player noted with reservation in a Q&A with the school’s official athletic website “has been a letdown at times to our team.” Proof of Rogers’ influence on the Eagles’ offensive playbook was almost immediate; in the team’s first scrimmage of spring practice, for instance, the team scored six touchdowns on offense, something which players duly noted afterward “hasn’t happened in a long time around here.”

So too did sophomore quarterback Chase Retting appear to mature greatly both mentally and physically under center, finishing the spring with a strong performance

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