What Steve Addazio said after Boston College’s win over Virginia

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Boston College erupted to score 41 points as freshman quarterback Anthony Brown threw 3 touchdown passes and the BC defense was dominant throughout a 41-10 win over Virginia on Saturday. The Eagles have scored over 40 points (45 points against Louisville last week) in back-to-back games for the first time since the final two games of the 2002 season. With the victory, BC evens their record at 4-4 on the year.

Here’s what coach Steve Addazio had to say after the victory:

On the outcome of the game: “First, I want to say that I’m impressed with what Bronco Mendenhall is doing at Virginia. But today, it was our day…and we all know that I’ve been there as well. I think you can clearly, clearly, see the growth, the potential, and the brightness of our future. Good things are happening right now.”

On today’s offensive game plan: “Clearly, we wanted to (Anthony) Brown more involved against UVA because I thought their defense would key on (AJ) Dillon after last week’s performance. The way we executed this week is our ideal game plan. It feels good down at the back end of the game with the score the way it was. Not going to lie to you, it feels great.”

On the defense: “Harold Landry rarely played today because he’s still nursing some injuries. No question that our defense was fatigued at the end of the game, and the result was missed tackless. We’re going to play one of the big dogs at home (Florida State on Friday), and we’re excited as heck to be home.”



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