Boston College: Former Eagles Coach Steve Addazio hired as the new offensive line coach at Texas A&M

January 22, 2022

Steve Addazio is back! Well, sort of. The former Temple, Boston College and Colorado State coach was announced as the new offensive line coach at Texas A&M yesterday. It has been a tumultuous two years for Addazio after he was let go by Boston College. He was named the head football coach at Colorado State in December of 2019 but after a rocky two year tenure (no pun intended), he…

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College: Addazio era at Colorado State ends in ugly fashion

December 7, 2021

The Steve Addazio era has come to an end at Colorado State after allegations surfaced of a racial incident between Addazio and a Colorado State custodian in October of 2020. During an exchange with the custodian, Addazio told the man “I don’t think you know who I am, boy. I run this building.” Addazio reportedly threatened the man’s job as well. The incident was part of a string of infractions…

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Opinion: Steve Addazio in hot water at Colorado State for not following COVID protocol

August 6, 2020

A report surfaced yesterday by Kevin Lytle of the Coloradoan that players at Colorado State are being told not to follow COVID-19 protocol by Steve Addazio and his staff. Among complaints from Colorado State athletes staffers: Coaches have told players not to report COVID-19 symptoms, threatened players with reduced playing time if they quarantine and claim CSU is altering contact tracing reports to keep players practicing https://t.co/OMjaq7GFsK — Kevin Lytle…

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Addazio uses local ties to recruit Massachusetts and New England for Colorado State

May 25, 2020

Former Boston College and current Colorado State head football coach Steve Addazio is using his New England connections to recruit talent for his new program. Addazio extended offers last week to three prospects in Massachusetts. Quarterback Ayden Pereira of Central Catholic (2022), defensive tackle Nick Ciaffoni (2022) of BB&N and Jaden Young (2021) who is also a defensive tackle at BB&N. Recent UMass commit Brady Olson also held an offer…

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Boston College: Colorado State hires Steve Addazio

December 12, 2019

Image courtesy of the Colorado State athletic department. In a surprising move, Colorado State has hired former Boston College football coach Steve Addazio as their new head football coach. The hiring came out of left field as there was no indication that Addazio was a candidate for the opening. The reaction on twitter has been interesting to say the least. New on Sports Illustrated: Sources: Colorado State to Hire Steve…

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Boston College: Steve Addazio is relieved of his duties

December 1, 2019

Boston College Athletic Director Martin Jarmond announced earlier this evening that he has relieved Steve Addazio of his duties as head football coach. The firing comes as no surprise despite Boston College beating Pittsburgh yesterday and becoming bowl eligible. Addazio has been on the hot seat for most of the season as fans and alumni alike grew increasingly frustrated with the direction the program was heading in. Despite continuously supporting…

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Boston College: Steve Addazio is squarely on the hot seat once again

September 30, 2019

Steve Addazio is once again on the hot seat. If he wasn’t after the Kansas loss two weeks ago, he is now. Thanks to some game mismanagement in Saturday’s 27-24 loss to Wake Forest, the B.C faithful are starting to get restless and the pressure is once again on Addazio to get this program back on track after a big game loss. The Eagles were in good position to win…

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Screaming Eagles Blog: 2018 Football Preview

September 1, 2018

Steve Addazio is pumped about his team’s potential this season. Opening Thought: Expectations are high this season at the Heights as Boston College returns one of the most talented rosters Steve Addazio’s tenure. After a slow start, Boston College finished 7-6 last season losing 27-20 to Iowa in the Pinstripe Bowl. The Ragles have the schedule and the talent to potentially win nine games and get to a high profile…

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