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Later in the half, six Eagles players were on the floor after a time-out and Tyler Roche ran off -- with a few working the scorer's table yelling to get his attention -- just before they inbounded the ball.
Just like the past few days where BC's basketball team's win over the Tar Heels was overshadowed by the saga involving the school's football program, there was a large media contingent on hand before the game, but most of them left after the school's press conference announcing that football coach Jeff Jagodzinski was fired.
In the first half, BC led 17-11 before Harvard scored 10 straight points over a 1:47 stretch en route to a 33-27 halftime edge.
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