Boston College football’s season wrapped up Saturday against Syracuse, but several BC players earned awards for their accomplishments on the field for the 2022 season.
Notebook: Improvement on the Ground and Sturdy First-Half Defense Not Enough in BC’s Loss to Syracuse ￼
Boston College football has not had it easy amid its three-win 2022 season, but Saturday against Syracuse, BC showed promise—at least initially before a second-half collapse.
Boston College football fell to Syracuse Saturday night for its ninth loss of the season. The Eagles were outscored 29–13 in the second half en route to defeat.
Boston College football stood little chance against Notre Dame Saturday in South Bend amid 25-degree weather and heavy snowfall, losing 44–0.
After an upset win over then-No. 17 NC State a week prior, Boston College football was decimated in South Bend Saturday, falling to No. 18 Notre Dame 44–0.
BC football pulled off a massive upset against No. 17 NC State Saturday thanks to its stellar defense and historic performance by receiver Zay Flowers.
BC marched into Raleigh Saturday to take on No. 17 NC State and left with a 21–20 victory that came down to the wire.
BC football will look for its third win of the season Saturday when they face No. 22 NC State. The Eagles were eliminated from bowl contention after last weeks loss.
Freshmen Emmett Morehead, Joseph Griffin Jr. and Alex Broome carried the Eagles’ offense Friday against Duke, but they weren’t enough in the 38–31 loss.
BC football lost to Duke Friday for its fourth consecutive loss and seventh loss of the season. Backup Emmett Morehead shined as Phil Jurkovec’s replacement.