First, Darius Wade was sidelined by an ankle injury. Then, it was graduate transfer Patrick Towles. Now, he has a chance to give BC its first ACC win in nearly two years.
On a rainy Saturday afternoon, the Eagles couldn’t keep up with Eric Dungey and Syracuse’s up-tempo offense in a 28-20 loss.
Boston College football received every opportunity to win against Syracuse. Each time, the Eagles failed to grab the fruit.
Boston College football floundered offensively in the first half, and allowed too many big plays on defense to prevent No. 3 Clemson from running away with a victory.
Boston College football overpowered the University at Buffalo on both sides of the ball this weekend, but the Eagles should’ve taken advantage of good field position more throughout the game.
As parents sat in the mist of Alumni Stadium, the Eagles took to the air, as 234 yards from Patrick Towles helped BC to its third win—a 35-3 rout of Buffalo—of the year.
Boston College football squares up against Buffalo this weekend in what should be a comfortable victory if the Eagles can play with a balanced offense.
Boston College football will have the opportunity to hit the reset button on the 2016 season in its upcoming game against Wagner. The Eagles should focus on getting the fundamentals down pat in what should be an easy victory.