David Bailey ran for 112 yards on 28 carries as BC controlled both sides of the line of scrimmage, holding Louisville to just 47 yards rushing on 32 carries in its 38-20 win over the Cardinals Saturday.
Bailey Ignites Rushing Attack, Carries Eagles to Victory Against Louisville
Freshman running back David Bailey made his first appearance since Week Two and racked up 112 yards and a touchdown in just three quarters of play, enabling BC to pull away from the Cardinals in the second half.
Previewing 2018 Football: Louisville
BC will host Louisville—losers of three straight—on Saturday afternoon, looking to record its first ACC win in practically month and get back over .500 in conference play.
BC Poised for Big Day on the Ground Against Reeling Cardinals
Without Lamar Jackson, Louisville’s defensive deficiencies have been on full display this season, most notably the Cardinals’ inability to stop the run—the bread and butter of BC’s offense.
BC’s Late-Game Comeback Not Enough to Top No. 23 Wolfpack
The Eagles forced four turnovers throughout the day and scored 20 points in the final 18 minutes of regulation, but even that kind of performance wasn’t enough to make up for BC’s offensively-challenged slow start.
Previewing 2018 Football: No. 23 N.C. State
Now 4-1, BC jumps back on the road to play what may end up being one of the most pivotal games of its 2018 campaign against a Wolfpack team that has picked up right where it left off last season.
Notebook: First Down Play-calling Cause for Concern in BC’s Win Over Temple
Despite the Eagles managing to squeak out a win over Temple thanks to a career day for Ben Glines, both the run defense and the first-down playcalling remain cause for concern.
Despite Defensive Lapses and Special Teams Errors, Eagles Outlast Temple
Temple outgained BC, 452-429, in total yards, forced two turnovers, and nearly staged a late-game comeback, but thanks to Ben Glines and the Eagles’ offense, the program improved to 4-1 for the first time since 2009.
Penalties, McDonald’s Accuracy Headline First Scrimmage of Camp
Backup quarterback Matt McDonald picked up right where he left off this spring in BC’s first scrimmage of training camp, but, as a whole, the team’s performance was tainted by 10 penalties.
In Spring Game, BC Features Dynamic Offense
Last year, the Eagles had the ninth-worst scoring attack in the country. And it all started in April 2016, when they put up a combined eight points in the spring game. But this time around, things were a little different.