Former Boston College football players Max Richardson and Max Roberts both signed NFL contracts as undrafted free agents on Saturday.
Max Richardson Declares for 2021 NFL Draft
Richardson started at linebacker the past three seasons and finishes his BC career with 315 total tackles.
Notebook: BC Defense Unable to Stop Notre Dame in Disappointing Loss
Despite multiple turnovers, Boston College was unable to hold off Notre Dame’s offensive attack in 45-31 defeat. BC could not capitalize on excitement surrounding the annual Red Bandana game as Phil Jurkovec struggled through an injury.
Notebook: Eagles Prove They Can Contend With Nation’s Best
While it ultimately fell to the No. 1 Tigers, Boston College football showed improvements that allude to a bright future for the Eagles.
Previewing 2020 Football: At Clemson
Boston College football heads to Death Valley to take on Clemson this Saturday, looking to rally and hand the Tigers their first loss.
BC’s Hard Work Pays Off in Dismantling of Georgia Tech
Boston College football notched 409 yards, including 264 on the ground, in a 48-21 dismantling of Georgia Tech in Alumni Stadium.
Point/Counterpoint: How Should Athletic Teams Promote Social Justice?
‘The Heights’ contributors Gabriel Wallen and Frank Fishman consider how college athletics should promote social justice.
Eagles Lose Five Turnovers, Hand VT Runaway Victory
Boston College football gave up five turnovers in a nightmare loss to No. 23 Virginia Tech. The Hokies also exploited the run game, compiling 350 yards on the ground.
Flowers Dances Around Pitt’s Defense in One-Point OT Victory
Zay Flowers had three touchdowns in Boston College football’s one-point overtime victory over Pittsburgh. The game came down to a missed extra point by Pitt in overtime.