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BC’s C.J. Parsons switches positions after switching schools

C.J. Parsons somberly trudged off the field at Alumni Stadium after last Saturday’s 48-34 loss to eighth-ranked Florida State. Like so many of his teammates, Parsons could not claim much joy in the gritty effort he submitted in the clash between ACC Atlantic Division opponents, even though he scored the first and last touchdowns of the game.

“Yeah, it was bittersweet,’’ said Parsons, who scored the first two touchdowns of his BC career on catches of 6 and 17 yards from Chase Rettig. “Obviously, personally, it was a good feeling to be able to get into the end zone during the game, but I think any competitor would’ve traded those touchdowns for a win.

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