Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Virginia Tech - Boston College Info

#13 Boston College Eagles (6-1 Overall, 3-1 Conference)
@ #3 Virginia Tech Hokies (7-0 Overall, 4-0 Conference)

Time: Thursday, October 27th @ 7:30 PM
Venue: Blacksburg, VA (Lane Stadium)
Series: Virginia Tech leads 8-3
Last Meeting: Virginia Tech 27, Boston College 34 (11/22/03)
Television Coverage: ESPN
Radio Coverage: 100.7 FM and 980 AM

2005 Completed Games
Virginia Tech HokiesBoston College Eagles
Sun, Sep 4 at N.C. State W; 20-16 Sat, Sep 3 at Brigham Young W; 20-3
Sat, Sep 10 at Duke W; 45-0 Sat, Sep 10 Army W; 44-7
Sat, Sep 17 Ohio W; 45-0 Sat, Sep 17 (9) Florida State L; 17-28
Sat, Sep 24 Georgia Tech W; 51-7 Sat, Sep 24 at Clemson W; 16-13
Sat, Oct 1 at (20) West Virginia W; 34-17 Sat, Oct 1 Ball State W; 38-0
Sat, Oct 8 Marshall W; 41-14 Sat, Oct 8 Virginia W; 28-17
Thu, Oct 20 at Maryland W; 28-9 Sat, Oct 15 Wake Forest W; 35-30

Boston College Starters
OffenseDefense
QB - #15 Quinton Porter (6-5, 233, Sr.)RE - #93 Keith Willis (6-1, 266, Fr.)
RB - #30 L.V. Whitworth (6-1, 222, So.)RT - #56 Al Washington (6-1, 280, Sr.)
FB - #49 Mark Palmer (6-3, 245, Jr.) LT - #90 B.J. Raji (6-1, 322, So.)
SE - #1 Will Blackmon (6-1, 200, Sr.)LE - #57 Nick Larkin (6-4, 252, So.)
TE - #88 Chris Miller (6-5, 269, Sr.)ROLB - #55 Ricky Brown (6-2, 235, Sr.)
LT - #72 Jeremy Trueblood (6-9, 330, Sr.)MLB - #3 Ray Henderson (6-3, 245, Sr.)
LG - #70 James Marten (6-8, 315, Jr.)LOLB - #Brian Toal (6-1, 223, So.)
C - #66 Pat Ross (6-4, 295, Sr.)CB - #4 Jazzmen Williams (5-8, 181, Sr.)
RG - #75 Josh Beekman (6-2, 325, Jr.)FS - #24 Ryan Glasper (6-0, 207, Jr.)
RT - #77 Gosder Cherilus (6-7, 320, So.)ROV - #44 Jamie Silva (5-11, 208, So.)
FL - #6 Larry Lester (5-8, 180, Sr.)CB - #27 DeJuan Tribble (5-9, 187, So.)
Special Teams
P - #46 Johnny Ayers (6-0, 186, So.)K - #20 Ryan Ohliger (5-9, 197, So.)
KR - #1 Will Blackmon (6-1, 200, Sr.)PR - #1 Will Blackmon (6-1, 200, Sr.)

2 comments:

Jake said...

How do you get those tables into Blogger?

Andrew said...

Creating tables themselves aren't that complicated, though they are at times pretty tedious to plug in all the information as well as the html.

Try this link for help: http://www.annabella.net/tables.html