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BC left feeling a bit empty

Drawing power has bowls leery

BC players, including Derrick Knight (center), celebrated a win over Colorado State in the 2003 San Francisco Bowl, but fewer than 4,000 fans made the trip from Boston to see it. BC players, including Derrick Knight (center), celebrated a win over Colorado State in the 2003 San Francisco Bowl, but fewer than 4,000 fans made the trip from Boston to see it. (FILE/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / December 27, 2006

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The Boston College football team yesterday traveled to Charlotte, N.C., for its appearance opposite Navy in Saturday's Meineke Car Care Bowl. It's not likely, though, that the Eagles, who will be making their second bowl trip to Charlotte in three years, will have as many fans in attendance as, say, BC's 1984 Cotton Bowl team, which according to former sports ... (Full article: 1458 words)

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