Boston College football battled to its first conference win of the season in a one-point victory over Louisville.
Hafley and Christian Were BC’s Highest-Paid Employees in FY21
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.
2021 Military Bowl Canceled Due to COVID-19 Issues
The 2021 Military Bowl between Boston College football and East Carolina has been canceled due to COVID-19 issues within BC’s program.
BC Releases Adidas Football Uniforms for 2021 Season
Boston College football announced the release of its revamped uniforms in partnership with Adidas for the 2021 season.
The Hidden Revenue Behind Non-Revenue Sports
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.
Notebook: BC Defense Unable to Stop Notre Dame in Disappointing Loss
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.
Notebook: Eagles Prove They Can Contend With Nation’s Best
While it ultimately fell to the No. 1 Tigers, Boston College football showed improvements that allude to a bright future for the Eagles.
Lawrence Tests Positive for COVID-19, Will Sit Out Against BC
Two nights before its game against BC, Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence tests positive for COVID-19 and will miss Saturday’s game.
Previewing 2020 Football: At Clemson
Boston College football heads to Death Valley to take on Clemson this Saturday, looking to rally and hand the Tigers their first loss.
Point/Counterpoint: How Should Athletic Teams Promote Social Justice?
‘The Heights’ contributors Gabriel Wallen and Frank Fishman consider how college athletics should promote social justice.