The first half of the game between Boston College and Clemson was very important to the Tessitore family.
ESPN announcer Joe Tessitore (Joe Tessitore) has restarted the college football game after working at the “Monday Night Football” booth for two years. He is calling for British Columbia to go to Death Valley. For Tessitore, this task is very special because his son John plays for the Eagles.
John Tessitore (John Tessitore) is a second-year student in the Red Shirts. He was also the team’s starter, and he was right in a big game at the end of the second quarter.
Clemson, the country’s No. 1 team, played without star quarterback Trevor Lawrence and fell behind 21-10 BC. BC hoped to increase this lead before the intermission, but the internal drive of Clemson 30 stalled. At that time, the field goal unit appeared on the field, and Tessitore happened to be called by his father.
look at this:
Joe Tessitore said that his son moved the British Columbia club to Clemson, the highest ranked Clemson, in fourth place. This is one of the coolest things we’ve seen. pic.twitter.com/tlQL8S5Zb6
-Bad announcement (@awfulannouncing) October 31, 2020
Instead of trying a 40-yard field goal, Tessitore switched to center and made a difficult scoring, taking Clemson offside. Since this was the fourth and second game, a penalty kick made Boston University the first place.
“Tessitore is below the center!”
How cool is it?
In the next drama, Boston College made Clemson pay for his mistakes. Phil Jurkovec looked at the end and spotted CJ Lewis. He remained focused and juggled, scoring a high-light roll.
All in all, this is a sequence for Boston College. If BC continues to remain a huge disappointment, then we might point out that this is a crucial moment in the game.