Flutie still wants a crack at West Virginia

Updated: November 18, 2011, 12:46 PM ET
By Jack McCluskey | ESPNBoston.com

Every athlete, no matter how successful, has one.

One game. One opponent. One missed opportunity.

For some athletes, perhaps especially the most competitive, those missed chances become their version of Ahab's white whale. They may reach the highest heights their sports have to offer, but still, that one thing will nag at them.

Doug Flutie's one thing is actually four things: the four games the Eagles played against the West Virginia Mountaineers during his career in Chestnut ...

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