Kevin Rogers, Former Minnesota Vikings Quarterbacks Coach, Replaces Gary Tranquill as Boston College Offensive Coordinator


Boston College football coach Frank Spaziani announced Monday that Kevin Rogers will replace Gary Tranquill, who retired after two seasons at BC, as the offensive coordinator.

Rogers spent the past five seasons as a quarterbacks coach for the Minnesota Vikings. Prior to his stint in the NFL, he spent 28 years working with NCAA football teams including William and Mary, Navy, Syracuse, Notre Dame and Virginia Tech. 

“We are very pleased to make this announcement,” Spaziani said in the official announcment. “Kevin Rogers will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to this position. He is an accomplished tactician and, more importantly, a man of great integrity and leadership skills. We are excited to have him join the Eagle family, and I know our student-athletes and fans will be as well.”

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