Jeff Hafley spoke to the media Sunday after the Eagles 34–33 win against Louisville, emphasizing players stepping up and the offense coming together better than it has all season.
In front of 38,517 fans at Alumni Stadium, BC turned the tables and pulled off an upset over Louisville on Family Weekend. Here are four observations from the game.
Deputy managing editor Emma Healy writes that BC should accept the things it cannot change and focus on the things it can.
Boston College football battled to its first conference win of the season in a one-point victory over Louisville.
Heading into week four, Boston College remains at the bottom of the pack while Clemson stays hot.
Coming off a week in which BC took its biggest loss of the season, the Eagles face a dual-threat quarterback in Malik Cunningham playing with a dynamic offense in Louisville.
After Suffering Second-Largest Loss of His BC Tenure, Hafley Remains Optimistic About Young Players, Leadership
BC head football coach Jeff Hafley spoke on the Eagles’ performance against FSU in his Sunday press conference, highlighting leadership and young players as bright spots.
BC football fell to FSU Saturday in a game that saw quarterback Phil Jurkovec display questionable decision making, dropping the Eagles to 1–3.
Boston College football failed to generate any momentum Saturday night against FSU, losing 44–14, the second largest loss of the Jeff Hafley era.
Read how the ACC rankings stack up after Week Three.