Boston College football took down Louisville thanks to efforts from backup QB Dennis Grosel and the Eagles’ strong special teams.
Kobay White, who currently ranks 19th in program history in career receiving yards, decided to enter the transfer portal, just as quarterback Anthony Brown did nearly four weeks ago.
After a bounceback win over N.C. State, BC has the unenviable task of heading to South Carolina to face a Tigers squad that has won 22 straight games.
The nation’s fifth-best rush defense comes to Chestnut Hill this weekend, which poses a tough test for BC as the Eagles will turn to backup quarterback Dennis Grosel in his first career start.
Head coach Steve Addazio announced on Monday that quarterback Anthony Brown is done for the season after suffering an injury in last week’s loss to Louisville.
The Eagles surrendered 664 yards of offense, had a backup quarterback take over in the second quarter, and came up just short of beating a Louisville side that was on a nine-game ACC losing streak.
Anthony Brown left the game with a knee injury in the second quarter and Dennis Grosel threw three touchdown passes in relief, but the Eagles allowed 664 total yards in a 41-39 loss to Louisville.