For several seasons, Boston College has been the king of mediocrity. The routine runs like this --beat the majority of bad and average teams on the schedule while regularly losing games to Top 25-type competition. At the end of the year, that results in a 7-4 or 7-5 record and a trip to a second-tier bowl game.
The Eagles are following that formula again this season, beating four teams with a combined 10-16 record while losing to Miami and Wake Forest. Whatever works. Boston College has never finished better than third in the Big East, a trend the Eagles are unlikely to break this season.
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