Anthony Brown left the game with a knee injury in the second quarter and Dennis Grosel threw three touchdown passes in relief, but the Eagles allowed 664 total yards in a 41-39 loss to Louisville.
Notebook: Brown’s Accurate Day Offset by Third-Down Woes in Wake Forest Defeat
Anthony Brown had an excellent day, completing 21-of-29 passes for 268 yards, but the Eagles defense allowed Wake Forest to convert 17-of-24 third-downs and couldn’t get a critical stop when it mattered in the fourth quarter.
Notebook: Defense is Opportunistic, Dillon Flashes Pass-Catching Ability in Win over Richmond
In Week 1, Boston College football’s offense was downright explosive in the first half. The Eagles scored 28 points in the opening two quarters, paving the way for a big win over Virginia Tech to open the season. In Week 2, the Eagles once again looked like they couldn’t be stopped at the beginning of…
Explosive Offense on Display in Eagles’ Rout of Richmond
Behind 518 yards of offense, BC stormed out to a 21-0 lead against the visiting Spiders and never looked back, rolling to a 45-13 win in which AJ Dillon and Anthony Brown accounted for three scores apiece.
BC Depth Chart: What the Offense and Special Teams Look Like Entering Week 1
There’s a new kicker from Temple, familiar faces in the backfield, and several intriguing pieces in the receiving game—including a dynamic freshman and pair of running backs that trained at a new position.
10 Burning Questions for the 2019 Eagles
Three and a half weeks ahead of BC’s season opener, here are the 10 burning questions facing the 2019 Eagles—a team that’s set to feature a potent offense and a defense full of new faces.
After 32-Year Hiatus, BC Set to Renew Rivalry With Holy Cross
From 1896 to 1986, the Eagles squared off against Holy Cross 82 times—now that the Crusaders’ football scholarships are restored, the rivalry, lopsided or not, is back.
BC’s Ball-Hawking Defense Dictates Second Scrimmage
Anthony Brown was hit or miss in his first scrimmage of training camp, and, as a whole, the offense was out of sync for the majority of the exhibition—Jim Reid’s defense capitalized, recording four interceptions on the day.