Dennis Grosel and AJ Dillon impressed, but BC’s defense once again struggled to tackle in a loss to Florida State on Saturday.
In an emphatic win against Syracuse, BC football’s offensive line paved the way for a dominant performance both running and throwing the ball. The Eagles finished the game with a program-record 691 total yards.
Behind 272 rushing yards—154 of which belonged to AJ Dillon—BC was able to bounce back from the Kansas loss and pull away from Rutgers in the second half for a 30-16 win.
Behind 518 yards of offense, BC stormed out to a 21-0 lead against the visiting Spiders and never looked back, rolling to a 45-13 win in which AJ Dillon and Anthony Brown accounted for three scores apiece.
The Eagles just released the first version of their 2019 depth chart. Here’s how BC will line up in Week 1, when ACC foe Virginia Tech comes to Chestnut Hill.
A roundtable discussion of key players, best and worst case scenarios, and strengths and weaknesses ahead of the 2019 season.
In his press conference at media day, new Eagles defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan spoke about BC’s promising freshmen class, and key returning players including Brandon Sebastian and Isaiah McDuffie.
Davon Jones was the Eagles’ second-leading rusher in 2016 before switching to the linebacker position the following season.