Boston College football defeated Holy Cross 31–28 on Saturday, securing the win with a late fumble recovery by Vinny DePalma.
Notebook: Improvement on the Ground and Sturdy First-Half Defense Not Enough in BC’s Loss to Syracuse ￼
Boston College football has not had it easy amid its three-win 2022 season, but Saturday against Syracuse, BC showed promise—at least initially before a second-half collapse.
Boston College football fell to Syracuse Saturday night for its ninth loss of the season. The Eagles were outscored 29–13 in the second half en route to defeat.
Preview: BC Looks to Reignite Its Offense at Home Against Duke After scoring three points in two of its last three games, Boston College football will look to reinvigorate its offense against Duke on Friday in its first home game since Oct. 8. The Blue Devils are 5–3 on the season and would clinch bowl…
A handful of turnovers and missed opportunities plagued the Eagles in a 13–3 loss at UConn. BC was defeated by the Huskies for the first time in 15 all-time meetings.
For the first time in 15 all-time meetings, BC football was defeated by UConn by a score of 13–3.
Last year’s Clemson football team nearly lost to the Eagles in Death Valley, but BC ultimately fell by a score of 19–13. But just one year can make a big impact as this year’s No. 5 ranked Tigers toppled BC 31–3 at Alumni Stadium.
Jeff Hafley spoke to the media Sunday after the Eagles 34–33 win against Louisville, emphasizing players stepping up and the offense coming together better than it has all season.
Boston College football failed to generate any momentum Saturday night against FSU, losing 44–14, the second largest loss of the Jeff Hafley era.
BC head football coach Jeff Hafley spoke on the Eagles’ adjustments from this past Saturday that included new play calling and an improved offensive line.