Boston College: We’ll be watching 5 things closely during BC’s spring game on Saturday

April 8, 2022

As odd as it may seem, there are still some “firsts” to be had in the Jeff Hafley era. On Saturday morning at 11, the Eagles will have their first real spring game under Coach Hafley in what should be a very entertaining couple of hours that will also be airing live on ACC Network. We’ll be watching five things very closely, despite the Eagles keeping things pretty vanilla when…


Boston College: While the rest of the country doubts BC’s O-line, the Big Dogs are ready to eat

March 31, 2022

The Cleveland Browns might have the “Dawg Pound,” but Alumni Stadium is turning into a dog house this year. Not just any dog house, a Big Dog house. Under the tutelage of new two-time Super Bowl champion O-line coach Dave DeGuglielmo, the guys tasked with replacing arguably the greatest offensive line in BC history are all hungry and ready to eat. If you follow Coach Huge on Twitter, you know…


Boston College: Local guys getting first NCAA bowl prep experience

December 5, 2021

A year ago, Drew Kendall and Ozzy Trapilo were in quite a different position than they are now. Kendall was about a month away from officially becoming an Eagle with a mid-year enrollment in January and he was working out at Noble & Greenough ahead of lacrosse season a few months away. Meanwhile, Trapilo was wearing the maroon and gold already, but he was getting ready for basketball season as…


Boston College: Eagles getting a commitment from Ozzy Trapilo is huge! Literally and figuratively

July 2, 2019

Boston College got a big commitment last week, literally and figuratively when Boston College High School defensive end, tight end and offensive tackle Ozzy Trapilo committed to the Eagles. At 6-8 280, Trapilo is long and athletic. He is explosive off the ball defensively and can create separation with his get off and length. Trapilo has the physical tools to be a three defensive lineman who can play outside as…


High School: Michigan Rolls Into Massachusetts and Makes Multiple Offers

January 19, 2019

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive coordinator Don Brown were in town on Thursday getting a jump start on recruiting for 2020 by offering multiple scholarships to local juniors. The five most notable offers Harbaugh made on Thursday were to Nobles and Greenough tight end, defensive end Cam Large, Boston College High School tight end, defensive end Ozzy Trapilo, St. John’s Shrewsbury wide receiver Jay Brunelle and Athlete Eamonn Dennis…