Dennis Clifford’s passing and Garland Owens’ highlight reel dunk were just about the only two bright spots for the Eagles against Virginia Tech, who ran all over BC in a 71-56 win.
Despite clear looks, especially from 3-point range, the Eagles still struggled, big time. And their attitude after the game showed it.
With a mere 14 points, Jim Christian’s crew put up the worst first half by any team in the conference this season, ultimately losing to Wake Forest, 74-48, to remain winless in the ACC.
With star player Devin Thomas out, the Eagles have their best opportunity for an ACC win yet, tonight against the Demon Deacons.
Dennis Clifford put up another strong performance, but all of his positives were negated by Eli Carter’s terrible game in a 65-54 loss to Clemson.
The Eagles continue to search for that elusive first conference win, this time at Clemson in the Littlejohn Coliseum.
Matt Milon had a career-high 25 points while Dennis Clifford dominated the inside. But no one gave them a hand in BC’s 75-61 loss to Syracuse at Conte Forum.
The Eagles couldn’t hold onto a six-point halftime lead, falling to No. 9 UNC in dramatic fashion, 68-65, at a packed Conte Forum.
The Eagles lost their 10th straight game, this time to Louisville. But the seemingly lax attitude of Jim Christian’s youthful crew may hurt BC on the recruiting trail.
Though the Eagles lost to Florida State, their seventh straight defeat, Darryl Hicks gave them exactly what they needed off the bench.