BC struggled to generate any substantial offense in its 1–0 loss the No. 7 Blue Devils on Saturday.
All it took was one score for the No. 18 Eagles to defeat No. 20 Duke on Friday night. The win marked BC’s fifth ranked win of the season.
After going scoreless in their last game against an ACC opponent, the Eagles dropped a second game to Duke.
Referees called four total yellow cards and 24 fouls in BC’s 0–0 with BU on Tuesday.a
BC head football coach Jeff Hafley spoke on the Eagles’ adjustments from this past Saturday that included new play calling and an improved offensive line.
Boston College field hockey notched their second straight win Sunday with a 3–2 victory over Monmouth.
Boston College football displayed a new look offense Saturday night against Maine for the Eagles’ first win of the season.
Boston College football is in the win column for the first time this season, defeating Maine 38–17 at Alumni Stadium Saturday night.