Here is now WHY BC's Gene DeFilippo and Stooge Spazoo will be fired!
posted at 10/8/2011 6:35 AM EDT
The cardinal sin of life is the destruction of enthusiasm.
GDF with our catatonic cushion Spazoo Head Coach has sucked the last breath out of BC Football.
The fan base is silent and Alumni is like a morgue.
Donations are so far down even Leahy is getting calls!
The team is as bland and dull as frozen oatmeal.
Spazoo's archaic pass defensive sets are easily solvable and the "cushion"!
(for 15 years!)
Our offense is a annual disaster are since Jags and Logan "left".
Recruiting, which I posted about before the season is a toxic waste site and in shambles.
Parents in our recruiting zones are aware of Spaziani's incompetence = DISASTER in future years!
Attendance and no shows have soared.
The crowds are in Saturday confession.
A squirrel ran across the field looking for Spazoo's nuts.
Tailgating The Real Social Network of Life (rr)is a bad bad BC experience.
Below is what Gary Patterson said and TCU sold 250+ season tickets yeterday and I may buy 4 and watch real mantown football here in the Big 12.
BC is now Colonial Conference and should re-schedule Holy Cross.
The difference between our incompetent Spazoo, an excuse ridden mumbling media embarrassment and the young, fragile, thin, injured
make you wanna GET SICK EXCUSES!
"It takes everybody!
You don't send 45,000 to the Rose Bowl, (remember the massive BC invasion of 1985 Cotton Bowl!!),
If people are not behind you and give money for a new stadium and are invested in what you are doing you can't accomplish anything an nothing happens.You just can't win ballgames!"
Patterson is ticked off
at his players and is going old school on his young team
Gary is taking out the whupping stick WHILE..... Spaziani, Blandshun, DeFilippo, Ryan and the rest are coddling and making excuses are are a NATIONAL DISGRACE and EMBARRASSMENT to Boston College.
This article decribes the malaise and incompentence of Frank Spaziani and Gene DeFilippo:
To get there with a young team, Patterson feels the need to go back to his roots, which he has indicated a desire to do a couple times since the season began. During his radio show Thursday he expanded on his plan to return to the way "the old school Gary Patterson has always done it."
"I've tried to grow them up the nice way and I'm done with that," Patterson said, referring mainly to his defense, which has given up an uncharacteristic 410 yards and 28 points a game this season.
Patterson didn't like how the team responded to losing to archrival SMU 40-33 in overtime last week. He didn't see any tears in the postgame locker room. He doesn't want players feeling sorry for themselves, but he wants to see them care.
"It's got to hurt to lose," Patterson said, recalling the stunned and tearful TCU locker rooms after losses at Utah in 2008 and in the Fiesta Bowl in 2010. "I didn't get a great feeling. Everyone had tears in their eyes. I didn't see anybody with tears in their eyes Saturday."
Said defensive end Ross Forrest, who will start for the second time in his career tonight: "We need to let those younger guys know that this isn't all right and losing like that isn't acceptable. We have to do our best to prepare each and never take anything lightly and always play our hardest."
Even Patterson thought his defense played hard against SMU, but they didn't always play smart. That comes with experience. Five games into the season, Patterson no longer is giving young players a mulligan for inexperience.
"Until this team decides to grow up and it's not just important to play, but to play well, and it hurts to lose, then we're going to have things we have to overcome," he said. "So now we're going to start doing it my way. And they're not really going to like it that well."
The line drew applause from fans attending his radio show at Railhead, and no doubt elicited "Go get 'ems" from fans who've grown accustomed to Patterson's hard-nosed, fiery persona who drives his players to extremes on the practice field.
"They have no earthly idea how bad it can get and how tough I can get," he said. "Trust me; I spend 24 hours a day thinking about it."
"We need to step on the gas and finish the second half of the season," he said. "We have to decide it's really important to us."
My alma mater Boston College has been turned into a national excuse ridden and bumbling laughingstock disgrace by Gene DeFilippo and Frank Spaziani.
We were the greatest University in the Galaxy and now we are immature whining losers.
GROW UP and get the Villanova Athletic Director to run BC!