Wednesday afternoon, Boston College men’s basketball rallied to fight a 10-point, second-half deficit to defeat No.5-seed Wake Forest in OT, 82–77. The Eagles advance to the ACC Tournament’s quarterfinals with the win.
On Saturday, Boston College men’s basketball fell 76–56 to Syracuse on the road. The Eagles committed 15 turnovers and were abysmal shooting from the field.
Boston College men’s basketball fell to Duke on Saturday night, 72–61. Poor three-point percentage and Quinten Post’s absence contributed largely to the loss.
Boston College men’s basketball dropped its second game in a row to Albany after winning three straight, and opening ACC play with a dominant showing against Notre Dame. The Eagles were short of guard Brevin Galloway on the floor, and the group could not muster a second-half comeback in his absence.
Four Eagles scored in double figures and BC cruised to a 15-point win over the Bulls.
The Heights sports editors give their predictions on the impact of Earl Grant’s hiring, and the best and worst case scenarios for the season.
The Eagles have a new coach, tons of new faces, and no expectations. As Earl Grant said, the only way they can go is up.