Fifth down: Boston College/Syracuse Notebook

NOTES: Coach Paul Pasqualoni is now one win away from 100 wins at Syracuse...Syracuse has lost by 40 or more points six times. They are now 4-2 in the games after those losses, including winning the last three in a row...Walter Reyes was the most proficient scorer in the nation coming into Saturday's game. He has now scored 40-percent of Syracuse's points on the year...Johnnie Morant has caught a pass in 23 straight games...Rashard Williams's touchdown catch in the first quarter was the first of his career...Diamond Ferri's first-quarter interception was the first of his career...Syracuse's five sacks were two more than they had on the season coming into Saturday...The 39 points Syracuse scored were the most they scored against BC since 1974, when SU won 45-0.

QUOTES: "He's gonna be a good kicker here...We're hopeful he'll have a good career here"---Special teams coach Chris White talking about freshman kicker Ricky Krautman, who missed his first career extra point and first career field goal attempts Saturday.

"You got a chance to see what we've seen in practice for a year and a half"---Coach Pasqualoni referring to Rashard Williams's career receiving day.

"He did what he had to do with the big "C" on his chest"---Rashard Williams discussing quarterback R.J. Anderson's good performance Saturday.

"I was enjoying what the fans were doing."---R.J. Anderson in response to the crowd's chant of "ACC!! ACC!!".

"Maybe I'm throwing the ball hard enough that they don't catch it."---R.J. Anderson talking about how he still has not thrown an interception, despite BC getting their hands a few passes Saturday.

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