Boston College is just like each team across the country, suffering from the woeful play of its foot-minded specialists. These suggestions should help.
Penalties aside, the Eagles were simply outmatched, outmanned, and outsmarted by the one of the country’s top teams, the No. 5 (and rising) Clemson Tigers.
The Eagles must surprise one of the best teams in the country if they want a chance at the upset.
Sorry, Jim Harbaugh: BC has the best defense in the country and it isn’t close. Now they have to prove it against Dabo Swinney and the No. 5 Clemson Tigers.
Inexcusable play calling, nonsensical quarterback switches, and pitiful clock management by Steve Addazio crushed any chance of a win for the Eagles in their 3-0 loss to the Demon Deacons.
Expect a low scoring matchup between the Eagles and Demon Deacons: two teams with great defense and mediocre offenses.
Two botched field goals. A touchdown that wasn’t. And a stream of questionable play calls. Once again, a young BC team let a victory that was there for the taking slip through its fingers, this time on the road against the Blue Devils.