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BC picks Rogers as offensive coordinator

Posted by Mark Blaudschun, Globe Staff  February 14, 2011 08:27 AM

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According to sources at Boston College, Kevin Rogers has been chosen as the Eagles' new offensive coordinator. An official announcement is expected later today.

Rogers, whose background includes stops at Virginia Tech and Syracuse as well as in the National Football League (he was the quarterbacks coach of the Minnesota Vikings for the past five seasons), replaces Gary Tranquill. He retired in January after a two-year stint on Frank Spaziani's staff.

BC will also know its ACC conference schedule for next season as well. The schedule has been finalized and will be released this afternoon.

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