PI-TV: Boddie Has a Sense of Urgency

GREENVILLE, N.C. - Father time catches up with all college football players sooner or later and for senior receiver Andrew Bodenheimer, time is of the essence.
The 6-3, 203 pound Clemmons, North Carolina product is second on the team in total receptions with 27 including four catches in the Houston game good for 34 yards.
His 119 career catches puts Boddie in the top ten all-time in receptions at East Carolina.
And that's saying something...
"The season has flown by, it's been a good season so far. I'm just charishing every moment and not taking anything for granted," said Bodenheimer, "I'm just happy to be here with my teammates and we hope to finish up strong."
With every victory comes an improved season for ECU. The Pirates go for their seventh win of the season on Saturday. Bodenheimer and his team are aware of the gravity of the situation.
"It's a big thing the season we are having, during the offseason I addressed the team and told them that I didn't want this team to be a stepping stone, a building block this year but a team that makes things happen and so far we have. I'm just looking forward to finishing up this season strong."
Catch PI-TV video of Boddie's Tulane Week offensive report and update with the latest on the Pirates' game prep for the Green Wave here on
Bodenheimer and his fellow Pirates will tee it up in the Mercedes Benz Superdome this Saturday at 3:30 EST. The game will be televised on WITN-TV 7 and Cox Sports TV. Deuce McAllister and Tim Grubbs bring you the action from New Orleans.
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