Perfection on special teams and big plays from the defensive backs will be the keys if Boston College has any chance of upsetting No. 3 Clemson on Red Bandanna Night at Alumni Stadium.
Steve Addazio has a big problem: does he go with young players on special teams? Or does he bring in the older guys to allow Tyler Rouse to thrive?
Boston College football overpowered the University at Buffalo on both sides of the ball this weekend, but the Eagles should’ve taken advantage of good field position more throughout the game.
As parents sat in the mist of Alumni Stadium, the Eagles took to the air, as 234 yards from Patrick Towles helped BC to its third win—a 35-3 rout of Buffalo—of the year.
Boston College football squares up against Buffalo this weekend in what should be a comfortable victory if the Eagles can play with a balanced offense.
Boston College football must show improvement from last week’s game when it takes on the University of Buffalo this weekend in Chestnut Hill.
The Eagles coasted to a 42-10 blowout of the Wagner Seahawks, but Steve Addazio still sees room for improvement heading into tougher games later in the season.
On Saturday, Boston College football will look to take advantage of a FCS team in Wagner that only managed one win last season.