Saturday, Boston College football and Holy Cross will meet up for the 84th time in series history. The Crusaders have not defeated the Eagles since 1978.
Notebook: Quarterback Dilemma, Wideout Drops, and Costly Penalties Hurt BC in Season-Opening Loss to Northern Illinois
Boston College football couldn’t hurdle a slew of bad wide receiver drops, an inconsistent quarterback presence, and costly defensive penalties in its loss to Northern Illinois on Saturday.
Boston College football dropped its season opener for a second year in a row. Amid quarterback uncertainty, the Eagles lost 27–24 to the visitors, Northern Illinois.
Boston College football opens up its 2023 campaign with a home matchup against Northern Illinois, who the Eagles haven’t faced off against since Sep. 1, 2017.
Heading into week one, Clemson, Florida State, and North Carolina lead the ACC Power Rankings, while Virginia sits at the bottom.
After going 3–9 last season, Heights editors Graham Dietz and Jack Bergamini claim that BC football has higher expectations in 2023. A revamped offensive line and new coaching are just two of the reasons.
Zay Flowers can’t pinpoint one low moment from his four years at Boston College. Not a single one through 48 games.
Boston College football played in its annual Jay McGillis Spring Game on Saturday in Alumni Stadium, featuring two teams, Gold and Maroon, for an intra-squad scrimmage.
Boston College football participated in practices eight and nine last week, fresh off of its first intrasquad scrimmage on April 25.
Boston College football wide receiver Zay Flowers participated in position drills in front of hundreds of spectators on Friday at BC’s Pro Day.