Quarterback Phil Jurkovec couldn’t exact revenge on his former team, as Boston College football fell 45-31 against No. 2 Notre Dame.
Boston College football faces two milestones this week: a rivalry game and the election. Hafley discussed both in his weekly press conference.
Boston College football notched 409 yards, including 264 on the ground, in a 48-21 dismantling of Georgia Tech in Alumni Stadium.
Despite strong performances by Boston College football’s offensive and defensive lines, the Eagles struggled to overcome powerhouse UNC.
BC football kicks off against Duke in under a week, so The Heights took a in-depth look at the two-deep on the defensive side of the ball.
Behind 272 rushing yards—154 of which belonged to AJ Dillon—BC was able to bounce back from the Kansas loss and pull away from Rutgers in the second half for a 30-16 win.
The Eagles just released the first version of their 2019 depth chart. Here’s how BC will line up in Week 1, when ACC foe Virginia Tech comes to Chestnut Hill.
In his press conference at media day, new Eagles defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan spoke about BC’s promising freshmen class, and key returning players including Brandon Sebastian and Isaiah McDuffie.
Starting quarterback Anthony Brown took a preseason-high 30 or so snaps, and the running back corps—ranging from A.J. Dillon to John Fadule—paced the first and second-team offenses, from start to finish.