Last year, the Eagles had the ninth-worst scoring attack in the country. And it all started in April 2016, when they put up a combined eight points in the spring game. But this time around, things were a little different.
Leonard Skubel became a long snapper to overcome a height deficit, but went on to make his mark in a long, stable career at BC.
Whether at corner or safety, John Johnson showed why he could make an immediate impact for NFL secondaries at BC’s Pro Day on Tuesday.
The Eagles announced their 2017 recruiting class, complete with 20 new players from 10 different states.
Eagles alumnus and current Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is on his way to the Super Bowl. His MVP-caliber play has not only led his team to the promised land, but has also revived a sense of hope for BC football.
The Eagles welcomed three mid-year enrollees on Tuesday. With the beginning of the second semester, the new additions are now eligible and can participate in team practice this spring.
The Eagles will play at Fenway Park for the second time in three years after Connecticut decided it would move its game there on Nov. 18.