I hate to jump off the BC wagon too early, but I'm really pessimistic about the current state of the program. It's always been second fiddle to hockey at the school, and I think it's really starting to show with the steps backwards the program has taken of late. They've never been a recruiting powerhouse, and that's unlikely to change, but the coaching staff has taken huge hits lately. Don't get me wrong, I think Spaz is a solid coach, but the offense just isn't getting it done. I think it's a completely different ballgame now than it was a few years ago- we could deal with getting 2 and 3 star recruits in Tom O'Brien's system, which was a lot more blue-collar, and then under Jagodzinski and Logan, who were a little more creative with what they had. Seeing what the Eagles have looked like without Harris, it's kind of glaring that they don't have any type of offensive identity right now, and there has to be some type of philosophical change to fix that, whether it's on the part of the university or the coaching staff.
It's a shame because I think the guy is aces as a defensive coordinator, but he's clearly having some serious shortcomings as the head coach. That said, given how low football is on BC's totem pole, I'd have to imagine he'll get another year or two rather than having to swallow both his and Jagodzinski's contracts.