For the last six years, a flawed offensive strategy and inattention to special teams has made it much more difficult than it should be for BC to win games.
As soon as Clemson won the 2017 National Championship, the ACC was pronounced the best conference in college football. Since then, the league has been on the decline—and it might have just hit rock bottom this past weekend.
BC’s major fall sports are on a tear to open the 2018 season, and it’s an opening surge that can be traced back to last year’s development and late success.
A.J. Dillon can put up Heisman-like numbers, and BC’s defense can rank among the best in the ACC, but, at the end of the day, the team’s season rests in the hands of redshirt sophomore Anthony Brown.
BC, once the laughing stock of the conference, clocked in at fourth in ESPN’s ACC Preseason Power Rankings and fourth in the media’s ACC Preseason Poll—higher than the Eagles have ever been ranked in a Steve Addazio offseason.
Jerome Robinson’s time in Chestnut Hill might be over, but his unprecedented climb to the NBA lottery will transform head coach Jim Christian’s recruiting pitch—Thursday’s draft officially put BC back on the map.
The NCAA’s commission on changing college basketball, headed by former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, ultimately pointed fingers at everybody but themselves, putting forth unhelpful recommendations.
Game after game, BC has made its case for the top spot in the weekly Inside Lacrosse Poll. Now outright ACC regular season champions, it’s clearer than ever that the undefeated Eagles should be recognized as the best team in the country.
With the opening of a new baseball stadium on Brighton campus, the time is right for BC to dedicate its field to Pete Frates.
Jessica Dreswick and Allyson Frei have pitched all but one inning this season and are on pace to break a handful of program records by the end of their careers—the duo’s dependability and achievements slingshot the upperclassmen ahead of every other Eagles pairing that came before them.