In 2015, Don Brown’s defense was unbelievable, but the problem was an injury-plagued and ineffective offense. Now, in 2019, the Eagles can’t seem to stop anyone—and even a high-flying offense can’t make up the difference.
The past two years, the Eagles have lacked talent capable of completely taking over a game, like Alejandro Bedoya or Zeiko Lewis. They’ll need that to get back to the NCAA Tournament and break a postseason drought.
When a program loses its head coach of 22 years, chances are that the following year is a step back. Instead, under Jason Lowe, the Eagles won their first six games and are largely on pace with last year’s terrific season.
“Obviously, I did not do a good enough job getting our team ready to play tonight,” Boston College head football coach Steve Addazio said Friday after a 24-point setback to Kansas, which entered as 21-point underdogs. “I’m responsible for that and it’s my job to make sure we get that fixed.” Addazio is right, it…
The future is bright at BC across the board, as every fall team on campus has one if not several impact freshmen—an impressive total for one class.
The Eagles class of 2019 should ultimately be remembered for the winning culture they helped build, not failing to capture a national championship in a sport without much parity.
With Chris Lindstrom as the latest example for BC, no other school has had a higher percentage (36 percent) of their draft picks come from the offensive line since 2000.
After an incredible stretch of success that includes 33 consecutive regular-season wins, it’s clear that BC lacrosse deserves much better marketing and better facilities from the athletics department.
March Madness is always a treat to watch, but the last few years of Boston College athletics offer a stark contrast in the usual hope and optimism one gets from having a team in the tourney.
After being the first team to limit the Tar Heels to single digits, BC picked up another marquee win and proved that it has somehow become even better since the 2018 campaign.