For the last six years, a flawed offensive strategy and inattention to special teams has made it much more difficult than it should be for BC to win games.
A.J. Dillon can put up Heisman-like numbers, and BC’s defense can rank among the best in the ACC, but, at the end of the day, the team’s season rests in the hands of redshirt sophomore Anthony Brown.
Starting quarterback Anthony Brown took a preseason-high 30 or so snaps, and the running back corps—ranging from A.J. Dillon to John Fadule—paced the first and second-team offenses, from start to finish.
Redshirt freshman Matt McDonald threw three touchdowns, outplaying his counterpart, E.J. Perry, and Elijah Robinson hauled in a pair of highlight-reel catches, effectively stealing the show in the annual exhibition game.
The former Wildcat will suit up in the maroon and gold for the 2016 season.
Despite a 19-16 loss to Notre Dame in Saturday’s Shamrock Series at Fenway Park, Boston College football started laying the foundations for a bright future.
The Eagles forced five turnovers in their Shamrock Series game against No. 4 Notre Dame, but the offense comes up short in BC’s eighth loss of the season.
It’s been a long season for BC football and its fans. All of that anguish and disappointment can disappear Saturday. How? Just beat Notre Dame.
Boston College doesn’t have much to play for in 2015, but there will still be a lot at stake on Saturday night when the Eagles take on the Irish at Fenway Park.
Wolfpack quarterback Jacoby Brissett picked apart the Eagles’ secondary, sending BC to its seventh loss of the season.