As part of our Q&A series, we had the chance to talk with the BC blog atleagle.com. Thanks to Bill for answering our questions and check out the site to see our answers to his questions for us as well as some good BC coverage. Enjoy.
2.) The offensive and defensive lines have always seemed like they have been a big part of BC's game in the past. How are the lines playing so far and what do you think has been the biggest reason for the lines' success?
As for why the lines have done well over the years, I think the coaching has been strong and we done a good job of IDing guys who will learn and mature into their positions. Rarely have BC's line stars been highly touted recruits. Most were late bloomers.
3.) I got asked this question from the guys over at BC Interruption, but I really thought it was a good one: What do you make of the BC-Wake series? From where I'm sitting, it seems like this could develop into a natural rivalry. Do you guys get amped up for Wake games or is it like any other ACC opponent?
The series has produced some exciting games, but I don't know how much of a rivalry will developed. The casual BC fans tend to be fixated on Notre Dame and the diehards are developing an affinity for the BC-Clemson series.
For a good rivalry you need passion on both sides. I don't see it happening with Wake in the near future. Neither fan base gets that excited about the other.
4.) Same question as yours: what is your prediction for Saturday?
I think BC's offense will finally move the ball, contain Wake's offense, and win a 17-13 squeaker .