A few days before last Saturday's game against Virginia Tech, a Boston College fan placed a detailed account of a Sept. 7 Eagles practice on the Internet. That prompted BC coach Dan Henning, who learned of the treacherous act from his net-surfing son, Dan Jr., to complain that the Eagles would be at a competitive disadvantage against the Hokies. Whether the cyberinfo (said Henning, "I mean, it told who won our wind sprints") benefited Virginia Tech in its preparation was unclear. This, though, was perfectly clear: The Eagles were at a distinct competitive disadvantage. They lost 45-7.