Steve Addazio and Dave Clawson have had no shortage of wild back-and-forth games over the last five years. Here’s a look at each of them, from the 3-0 debacle to last year’s shootout win in Winston-Salem.
A.J. Dillon can put up Heisman-like numbers, and BC’s defense can rank among the best in the ACC, but, at the end of the day, the team’s season rests in the hands of redshirt sophomore Anthony Brown.
Eagles quarterback Darius Wade, a few days removed from starting the Pinstripe Bowl, announced he’s transferring to play out his fifth year of eligibility elsewhere.
The Eagles have scored 40 or more points in back-to-back games for the first time since 2002. Their scoring average has jumped 6.7 points, and their entertainment value has skyrocketed.
The last time BC played Virginia Tech, the Eagles were held to 80 passing yards, 44 yards on the ground, and, worst of all, zero points.
Ever since BC’s Quick Lane Bowl victory, head coach Steve Addazio has bought into the up-tempo offense. The Eagles are running 19.5 more plays than last year, but are struggling more than ever to score.
Whether at corner or safety, John Johnson showed why he could make an immediate impact for NFL secondaries at BC’s Pro Day on Tuesday.
With a wild, out of character first half, Boston College used an offensive explosion to take home a victory in the Quick Lane Bowl against Maryland.