The man in charge of BC's highly sophisticated computer analysis and video equipment system is Bill Toof, who has been the Eagles' video coordinator since 1990. Toof played a key role in developing the nonlinear editing system that is now an industry standard for pro and Division I football video analysis.
In addition to his duties in the video production room, Toof also served as the head coach of Boston College's highly successful men's and women's ski teams for 30 years.
Toof is a 1969 graduate of Boston College. In addition to being a two-time Eastern Collegiate ski champion and nationally ranked slalom skier, he played both football and baseball while an undergraduate. A talented skier, he became an accomplished coach, taking over the school's fledgling ski team the season after graduation and bringing it to the level where both Eagle men's and women's teams were consistently among the top five in national competition. He was voted Eastern Collegiate Ski Conference Coach of the Year in 1985, '92 and '98.
Toof was inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 2009.
Bill and his wife, Nancy, have two sons: Shaun, a former BC football letterman at wide receiver, and Bo who worked all four years in the football video department while matriculating at Boston College, graduating in 2004.