Saturday, September 4, 2010
BC handles Weber State
By Heather Dinich
Linebacker Mark Herzlich made his much-anticipated return, and running back Montel Harris cranked out yet another 100-yard rushing performance in the Eagles' 38-20 win over Weber State.
As expected, the Eagles depended more heavily on their running game and Dave Shinskie threw two interceptions. Does that mean coach Frank Spaziani will turn to Mike Marscovetra? Shinskie led the offense for most of the game, with Marscovetra throwing just three passes. Redshirt freshman Johnathan Coleman was the leading receiver among an inexperienced, depleted group, with three catches for 98 yards, but it seems as if the Eagles might need to depend on their tight ends more than usual this fall.
BC got what it needed -- the win -- but odds are Spaziani will be expecting fewer mistakes next weekend.