Now 4-1, BC jumps back on the road to play what may end up being one of the most pivotal games of its 2018 campaign against a Wolfpack team that has picked up right where it left off last season.
Temple outgained BC, 452-429, in total yards, forced two turnovers, and nearly staged a late-game comeback, but thanks to Ben Glines and the Eagles’ offense, the program improved to 4-1 for the first time since 2009.
Whether it was chasing Massachusetts’ quarterbacks out of the pocket or dialing up long completions for Anthony Brown, BC executed a nearly perfect game plan—the few struggles were largely on special teams—and rolled over the Minutemen.
Ever since he started playing football, Lukas Denis has been competing with guys beyond his years. As a senior, the Walter Camp All-American will finally be at the top of the food chain, both in age and prospect.
Backup quarterback Matt McDonald picked up right where he left off this spring in BC’s first scrimmage of training camp, but, as a whole, the team’s performance was tainted by 10 penalties.