BC Interruption was kind enough to answer a few of our questions this week. I don't know about you all, but BC is one of the teams in the conference that I'm least familiar with. With a whole new coaching staff comes whole sale changes. It's nice to be able to turn to the guys that really know this team to get the inside scoop on how Addazio has changed the culture, what's cause Andre Williams to burst on to the scene, and their expectations going forward. Without for ado, here you go.
STS: Since BC has a new head coach this year, I'd like to start there. I know some of it may not be quantifiable, but can you tell a difference in how the team has reacted to Coach Addazio's addition versus the lifeless teams that Coach Spaz put out on the field last year? Also, for a fanbase that had been beaten down by Coach Spaz, has the perception of the program changed with Coach Addazio? What are the expectations going forward?
STS: Andre Williams has been running wild on everyone this year, except for Southern Cal. In the past I'd always though of him as a capable back that runs hard, but never imagined him turning into what he has this year. What has been the difference between this year and years past?
STS: Clemson's front 4 has been terrific all year. Is this your typical smash mouth, hard-nosed BC offensive line? How do you see them faring against a deep and talented front 4 like the one that Clemson presents?
STS: I can envision Clemson vying to get the running game going this week a bit more than normal with the FSU game on the horizon. The OL has struggled to consistently open holes or get a push this year. Tell us a bit about BC's front 7 and how you think they match up against Clemson's OL.
STS: Clemson is 24-26 point favorites (depending on the sportsbook). Is this line too high or too low in your opinion? How do you see this game playing out and what's your prediction on the final score?