Boston College doesn’t have much to play for in 2015, but there will still be a lot at stake on Saturday night when the Eagles take on the Irish at Fenway Park.
On Saturday, Boston College will wear throwback jerseys reminiscent of the mid-1980s. To beat Notre Dame, the Eagles will need to perform like its teams of the ’80s, too.
BC Athletics will introduce slight changes to the Gold Pass App next year, including a lottery based on seniority for the Eagles’ football game against Notre Dame on Nov. 21.
Boston College is allotted just 5,000 tickets for the game, with priority given to those who’ve made significant financial contributions to school.
Eagles’ goaltender Thatcher Demko put together his best performance of the 2014-15 season with 35 saves against the Fighting Irish, helping BC clinch a first-round bye in the Hockey East Tournament.
In this week’s edition of “Voices From The Dustbowl,” we asked students what school is Boston College’s biggest sport’s rival… Notre Dame or BU?
In a game that pitted offense versus offense, Jerian Grant and the Fighting Irish ran rampant over BC.
Despite great offensive outings by Dennis Clifford and Aaron Brown, Notre Dame’s high-powered offense proved too much. The Fighting Irish shot 66 percent from the field, dominating the inside and giving the Eagles’ defense fits all night