Boston College middle linebacker Steele Divitto, quarterback of the Eagles’ defense, said he could not fathom going through as many coordinators as senior quarterback Chase Rettig, who has had to acquaint himself with four over his last 3½ seasons at the helm of BC’s offense.
Rettig started with Gary Tranquill as a true freshman. Tranquill was supplanted Rettig’s sophomore season by Kevin Rogers, who was replaced in midseason by Dave Brock. Doug Martin then entered the picture as OC in Rettig’s junior season. Now, Rettig is on his fifth coordinator with Ryan Day, who is on his third tour of duty at The Heights after serving as an offensive graduate assistant (2003-04 ) under Tom O’Brien then as a receivers coach (2007-11) under Frank Spaziani. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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