Dennis Grosel and AJ Dillon impressed, but BC’s defense once again struggled to tackle in a loss to Florida State on Saturday.
The Eagles surrendered 664 yards of offense, had a backup quarterback take over in the second quarter, and came up just short of beating a Louisville side that was on a nine-game ACC losing streak.
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…
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.
With AJ Dillon sitting out, David Bailey and Javian Dayne stood out carrying the ball, and the new secondary pieces looked strong in the annual spring game.
Zach Allen had a big game for his NFL Draft prospects, while Anthony Brown had a horrible first half but was much improved after the break in a road defeat at the hands of the Seminoles.
Trailing by a touchdown at the break, the Eagles’ defense responded by only allowing 147 yards and seven points in the second half, setting the stage for BC’s first win over Virginia Tech in four years.
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.
The Eagles will add 18 freshmen and three graduate transfers, head coach Steve Addazio announced Wednesday afternoon.