Aside from No. 4 Clemson, it’s clear that every team in the ACC is capable of beating every other, after a week that saw Pittsburgh lose to Miami and Wake Forest barely escape an upset at home against Florida State.
Davon Jones was the Eagles’ second-leading rusher in 2016 before switching to the linebacker position the following season.
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BC football had its annual spring game Saturday. The contest featured a modified scoring system, a standout performance from the offensive line, and a showcase of the Eagles’ running back depth.
Looking for its first eight-win season since 2009, BC was instead dealt a cancellation in its final game of the season, the SERVPRO First Responder Bowl.
Ranking second in the conference only behind three-time defending league champion Clemson, BC boasts 13 All-ACC players this season—including four First Teamers—both of which are program records.
The Eagles committed four turnovers and conceded a season-high 559 yards of total offense, as the Orange rode Eric Dungey and his six touchdowns to a blowout victory, handing BC its third-straight loss in the process.
All of a sudden, BC’s 7-2 start is looking like a distant memory—coming off their most heartbreaking loss of the year, the Eagles will try to right the ship against a revolutionary Syracuse team this coming Saturday.