Boston College football battled to its first conference win of the season in a one-point victory over Louisville.
Football head coach Jeff Hafley and former basketball head coach Jim Christian were the highest-paid employees at Boston College for the 2021 fiscal year (FY21), according to the annual 990 tax filings. Hafley earned $2,938,035 and Christian—who was fired in February 2021 after six and a half years at BC—earned $1,428,053.
The 2021 Military Bowl between Boston College football and East Carolina has been canceled due to COVID-19 issues within BC’s program.
Boston College football announced the release of its revamped uniforms in partnership with Adidas for the 2021 season.
With COVID-19 forcing administrations to re-evaluate their athletics budgets, schools like Dartmouth are making the hard choice to cut non-revenue sports like its swimming and diving team. Amid the uncertainty, it is important to appreciate the hidden value non-revenue sports bring to both schools and their athletes.
Despite multiple turnovers, Boston College was unable to hold off Notre Dame’s offensive attack in 45-31 defeat. BC could not capitalize on excitement surrounding the annual Red Bandana game as Phil Jurkovec struggled through an injury.
While it ultimately fell to the No. 1 Tigers, Boston College football showed improvements that allude to a bright future for the Eagles.
Two nights before its game against BC, Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence tests positive for COVID-19 and will miss Saturday’s game.
‘The Heights’ contributors Gabriel Wallen and Frank Fishman consider how college athletics should promote social justice.