The junior joins teammate Harold Landry, a member of last year’s All-American second-team, as one of 13 Eagles to ever earn the distinction.
Like the first five weeks of the season, BC’s offense struggled to finish drives against the Hokies. But for the first time all year, it couldn’t lean on its special teams and secondary to keep the game competitive.
The Eagles entered the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game with a chance to pull off one of the biggest upsets in program history. Judging by the final score, you’d never know.
The Fighting Irish torched BC on the ground for 515 rushing yards and six touchdowns on the ground.
Brandon Wimbush, Notre Dame’s athletic signal-caller, will try to exploit weaknesses in the Eagles’ defense on Saturday afternoon.
As soon as the news broke that redshirt freshman Anthony Brown was starting against Northern Illinois on Friday night, a new kind of Eagles football was born.