Back in the middle of the 20th century, Boston College was intense rivals with nearby Catholic college Holy Cross. This worked well—not only were the two schools within an hour of each other, but they were similarly competitive in football and basketball. There was so much hype around the annual football game that BC wins were celebrated with a school-wide dance. Eventually, though, the rivalry faded.
BC stays stagnant in the No. 13 spot and Clemson remains unbeaten as the ACC heads into its eighth week of play.
All it took was one score for the No. 18 Eagles to defeat No. 20 Duke on Friday night. The win marked BC’s fifth ranked win of the season.
Read how the ACC rankings stack up after Week Three.
Heights sports editors Megan Gentile, Graham Dietz, and Jack Bergamini predict the results of BC football’s 2022 season.
The ACC announced a new football scheduling model on Tuesday that eliminates the conference’s Atlantic and Coastal divisions.
Boston College football has been hit or miss this year. As a member of the marching band this season, having to play during major losses can make it difficult to enjoy my Saturdays. To cheer us up after such disappointing games, our band director often repeats a cute mantra: “Whether the Eagles win or lose,…
Boston College football became bowl eligible with a 41–30 win over Georgia Tech thanks to three rushing touchdowns for QB Phil Jurkovec.