Boston College QB to make first career start against Clemson
|2015-10-16 18:50:04.0- -||
Boston College true freshman quarterback Jeff Smith will make his first career start tomorrow at Clemson according to the school's official Twitter account.
Smith is 9 for 30 for 86 yards and an interception this season.
Official Boston College Bio: Earned First-Team All-State Class 3A honors … played in the Blue-Grey All-American Game … named the Bright House Sports Network’s Offensive Player of the Year and the Tampa Bay Times All-Pinellas County Offensive Player of the Year … voted a team captain … played for head coach John Davis … set the Central Catholic school record for touchdowns by a quarterback with 34, both in 2014 and 2013 ... also set the school record with 397 passing yards in a single game and helped the Marauders racked up a record 507 points in 2014 ... threw for 2,165 yards and rushed for 1,236 more in senior year ......... led the Marauders to the Class 3A state title game as a junior ... recorded 2,194 passing yards and 1,258 rushing yards in 2013.
QB Update: True freshman Jeff Smith will start his first career game tomorrow at Clemson. #BCvsCLEM— BC Football (@BCFootballNews) October 16, 2015
The last time a true freshman started at quarterback for BC was when Chase Rettig got the start vs. Notre Dame in 2010.— BC Football (@BCFootballNews) October 16, 2015
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