Heading into Week nine, the top three spots of Clemson, Wake Forest, and Syracuse stay put, while Virginia and Miami swap spots at eight and 10.
In Boston College football’s 43–15 loss at Wake Forest, BC’s secondary was no match for Sam Hartman’s play. The junior signal caller registered five touchdowns in the air for the second time this season.
Coming off its bye week, BC football couldn’t find the win column Saturday, falling to Wake Forest 43–15 for its fifth loss of the season.
BC stays stagnant in the No. 13 spot and Clemson remains unbeaten as the ACC heads into its eighth week of play.
BC football begins the second half of its season on Saturday as it takes on No. 13 Wake Forest on the road.
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No. 4 Clemson maintains its top spot and Georgia Tech continues to rise in this week’s ACC Power Rankings.
BC football started off its game against No. 5 ranked Clemson Saturday with promise, but three second half touchdowns from the Tigers proved too much for the Eagles.
Last year’s Clemson football team nearly lost to the Eagles in Death Valley, but BC ultimately fell by a score of 19–13. But just one year can make a big impact as this year’s No. 5 ranked Tigers toppled BC 31–3 at Alumni Stadium.
Heading into week five, Boston College finds itself no longer at the bottom of this weeks’ power rankings.