Quarterback-turned-wide receiver Jeff Smith proved his potential as Boston College football’s No. 1 with two long touchdowns against Massachusetts.
While everyone has focused on the negatives from Boston College football’s 17-14 defeat in Dublin, sports editor Michael Sullivan wishes to remind you of the good. Yes, there is some good. Really.
First-half turnovers and secondary breakdowns late plagued the Eagles in the season opener against Georgia Tech in Dublin.
Ten years before Boston College running back Jonathan Hilliman suffered the first impactful injury of his career, Inquoris Johnson, a University of Tennessee defensive back better known as “Inky,” finally got his big shot. When starter Jason Allen went down in the fifth game of the season, a kid who grew up running extra laps…
BC tiptoed with danger in the fourth quarter all season. This time will hurt the most.
Many plays could have clinched a win for the Eagles in New York. Only one, however, will be remembered.
The football team mixed up its offensive gameplan against the Tigers, but failed to overcome Clemson in the fourth quarter.