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Can anyone forget that pass by Flutie? (Billy, that is)

Now a sophomore, Billy Flutie does a little bit of everything for Boston College - just the way he likes it. Now a sophomore, Billy Flutie does a little bit of everything for Boston College - just the way he likes it. (File/jon mahoney/for the globe)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / December 3, 2008

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Billy Flutie prefers activity over stagnancy, a family trait, so he looks forward to his afternoons. He walks across the Boston College campus, past the bronze statue of his uncle, Doug, and into the Eagles football facility. He knows he will be busy, because that's life for any quarterback/holder/punter/wide receiver. (Full article: 1130 words)

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