The Syracuse-Boston College game may have come to an end, but the head coach from one side doesn’t want the scrutiny to do the same.
In the first quarter, Orange quarterback Eric Dungey threw an interception to the Eagles’ William Harris and ultimately tackled Harris on the visiting team’s sidelines. Or, more specifically, Dungey slammed Harris to the ground and, eventually, pushed another BC player into some equipment. That led to a bit of a brief brouhaha that was ultimately defused.
Reportedly, an unidentified Syracuse staffer threw Harris to the ground during the melee. Additionally, BC head coach Steve Addazio alleged that a punch was thrown for good measure.
As a result, Addazio is asking that the ACC review video of the incident to determine what if anything untoward took place.
“I think there’s some stuff on the video that will need to be addressed on that play,” Addazio said according to the Syracuse Post-Standard. “Some stuff went down over there that I could see myself.
“Let’s let the proper people take a look at it and make the proper decision.”
As for the play itself, Dungey received a personal foul while both teams were issued unsportsmanlike conduct penalties. Oh, and the Orange won the game 28-20.