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Eagles were running on empty

BC cornerback DeLeon Gause had this second-half pass to Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph well covered. BC cornerback DeLeon Gause had this second-half pass to Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph well covered. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
By Mark Blaudschun
Globe Staff / October 3, 2010

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The focus most of the week had been on the identity of BC’s starting quarterback. But a big part of the Eagles’ game plan last night against Notre Dame was running the ball against a Fighting Irish defense that had allowed an average of 190 yards on the ground. (Full article: 393 words)

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