They'll get 'em next year

Bradley, Michael
November 2005
Sporting News;11/25/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 47, p47
The article presents information related to college football. Things looked great for Boston College in 2005, at least until the ACC schedule kicked in. The first reason for optimism is quarterback Matt Ryan, who will be a junior next year. Ryan is an accurate passer with a strong arm who should be quite happy throwing to senior-to-be wide receiver Tony Gonzalez, who has big-play potential. Quarterback Bryan Cupito has improved tremendously and he'll be throwing to experienced receivers such as Logan Payne and Ernest Wheelwright.


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