Kent State will test BC defense

The Eagles' quarterbacks also must make improvements against the Golden Flashes

Updated: September 9, 2010, 12:50 AM ET
By Jack McCluskey | Special to ESPNBoston.com

NEWTON, Mass. -- The Boston College defense had some trouble stopping the Weber State offense in the teams' season opener Saturday. Perhaps more trouble than the Eagles had expected.

The Wildcats held onto the ball for 37 minutes and 36 seconds, gained 381 total yards of offense and scored 20 points.

According to which Eagle you ask, that might've been because of a lack of focus, it might've been because of how quickly Wildcats QB Cameron Higgins got rid of the ball or it might've ...

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