Despite coming away with a 45-28 win, Boston College football faced a bumpy road in Saturday’s game against UMass Amherst.
Zay Flowers and a crop of young pass-catchers showed out, but the Eagles run game showed some growing pains.
With the Spring Game on the horizon, Boston College football looks forward to playing in front of parents and showcasing improvements.
Boston College football will compete in its annual Jay McGillis Memorial Spring Game this Saturday, featuring a host of veterans and rookies.
Dennis Grosel and Zay Flowers were stars in a shootout loss for Boston College football, falling 43-32 to Virginia.
Boston College football backup-turned starting quarterback Dennis Grosel threw for 520 yards and four touchdowns in a 43-25 loss to UVA.
Boston College football took down Louisville thanks to efforts from backup QB Dennis Grosel and the Eagles’ strong special teams.
Ahead of Boston College football’s opening game against Duke, head coach Jeff Hafley look to foster competition within his team.