Boston College football Wide Receivers Coach Joe Dailey was hired by the Carolina Panthers on Monday for the same position in the NFL.
Boston College football faces East Carolina for its first meeting all-time in the 2021 Military Bowl. For the first time in his BC tenure, head coach Jeff Hafley goes bowling.
Quarterback Phil Jurkovec made his return to the field, and Boston College football earned a 17–3 win over Virginia Tech.
Boston College football suffered its fourth-straight loss Saturday afternoon to Syracuse despite holding a 3–0 lead at halftime.
Brandon Sebastian picked off Conor Bazelak on the Tigers first play of overtime and the Eagles moved to 4-0 with a 41-34 victory.
Hafley emphasized the strong wideout play that Temple showed against Akron and the return of Deon Jones and Jaelen Gill.
With the Spring Game on the horizon, Boston College football looks forward to playing in front of parents and showcasing improvements.
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.