Phil Jurkovec Spotted At Business Career Fair
MARGOT CONNELL RECREATION CENTER — This Friday, Boston College held its annual Business Career Fair. After the dismal beginning to the 2022 football season, few were shocked to see the Eagles’ starting Quarterback and former NFL hopeful, Phil Jurkovec (MCAS ’22), roaming the rows of tables. Like his play on the field, Jurkovec’s game in the career fair was shaky, inaccurate, and difficult to watch. When speaking to employers, Jurkovec was heard touting his “prototypical quarterback size” including the size of his hands. The employers were less than impressed by Jurkovec’s performance.
“He’s got the stuff you can’t teach: the height, the hand size, and the athleticism,” said one accounting recruiter. “But imagine if we hired him? He doesn’t really have what it takes to succeed at Deloitte tax. Within one month we’d give him the sack.”
Getting sacked is something Jurkovec is all too familiar with, and it seems like this will follow him into the business world.
After witnessing several muffed handoffs and fumbles of his resume, the Classic was able to obtain a copy. The resume included several of Jurkovec’s biggest accomplishments including his former attendance of Notre Dame, graduating high school, and duping a whole fan base into believing he was the next Matt Ryan (MCAS ’08).
Even though NFL scouts have written him off, there is still some hope for Jurkovec to make it big. Former BC quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Doug Flutie (MCAS ’85) said he sees opportunities for Jurkovec in advertising, specifically promoting Nugenix, his supplement for men with low testosterone. Flutie said, “With the way Phil is playing he couldn’t even get into the Canadian Football League like me. Nugenix is his future.”
At press time, Fr. William P. Leahy, S.J. was seen meandering through the tables searching for opportunities in finance and consulting.