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.
At long last, Boston College’s nightmare is over. The Eagles have won an ACC game, defeating North Carolina State.
Boston College football squares up against Buffalo this weekend in what should be a comfortable victory if the Eagles can play with a balanced offense.
Boston College football will have the opportunity to hit the reset button on the 2016 season in its upcoming game against Wagner. The Eagles should focus on getting the fundamentals down pat in what should be an easy victory.
Editors Michael Sullivan and Annabel Steele debate if the Eagles should attack through the air more, or keep their offense the same.
The Eagles travel to Blacksburg to take on their toughest opponent to date in Virginia Tech, as they look for their first conference win since November of 2014.
Boston College football’s offense showed up to play against Massachusetts. A dominant passing game and shut-down defense earned the Eagles a 26-7 victory on the day. Here’s what stood out from the game.
Quarterback-turned-wide receiver Jeff Smith proved his potential as Boston College football’s No. 1 with two long touchdowns against Massachusetts.
While everyone has focused on the negatives from Boston College football’s 17-14 defeat in Dublin, sports editor Michael Sullivan wishes to remind you of the good. Yes, there is some good. Really.