‘The Heights’ contributors Gabriel Wallen and Frank Fishman consider how college athletics should promote social justice.
College football might not be what it’s been for every single freshman class before us. But I wouldn’t trade the memory of watching the game with my floor on a blurry projection on the lounge wall for anything.
Despite strong performances by Boston College football’s offensive and defensive lines, the Eagles struggled to overcome powerhouse UNC.
With under two weeks left until opening kickoff, Boston College Football is focusing on perfecting the fundamentals.
Boston College Football played its third scrimmage of training camp on Saturday, highlighted by explosive playmakers all over the field.
College athletes nowadays are revered at nearly the same level as pros. As such, they have the same obligation to advance social justice movements as professional athletes have had for decades.
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Boston College football launched into its first day of training camp on Thursday, and according to three players, practice couldn’t have gone better.
New head football coach Jeff Hafley encouraged the BC community to rally behind the football team during his introductory press conference on Monday.