Just like last year’s meeting, North Carolina State defeated BC on Thursday, 1-0. Only this time, it took the Wolfpack 89 minutes to net the game-winner.
Clemson, Miami, and Virginia Tech all lost their starting quarterbacks to the NFL last year. Most expected the programs to regress. But after three weeks of play, it’s safe to say they’re the ones standing atop the ACC.
Lamar Jackson is making a convincing case for his second-straight Heisman Trophy—something that hasn’t been accomplished in 41 years. But his team is in danger of falling out of playoff contention.
For the first time since the 2014-15 season, BC will open up ACC play before finishing its non-conference slate of games.
Before this weekend, Florida State was the favorite to win the ACC. But after Deondre Francois went down with a season-ending leg injury, the conference realigned.
At first, Ky Bowman was an inconsistent role player. Now, he’s one of the ACC’s best and, as a result, The Heights’ Breakout Male Athlete of the Year.
After recording nine hits and five runs against Peyton Silverman on Friday, BC failed to muster any sort of offense against the North Carolina State freshman in the second game of the series.
Following Kentucky men’s basketball’s comeback victory over SEC rival Georgia, head coach John Calipari sounded off about the nonsensical nature of midseason firings. He isn’t wrong.
Mariella Fasoula created mismatch problems all night against No. 15 NC State, but a lopsided second half gave the Wolfpack a comeback win at Conte Forum.
BC scored five goals against the Wolfpack, earning a home playoff match against Virginia Tech and ending a lengthy conference scoring drought.