Jim Christian’s squad had no answer for Penn State’s Shep Garner, whose 30 points led the way in a poor defensive effort for BC.
A winnable game slipped through Boston College men’s basketball’s fingers on Wednesday evening as the Eagles (3-4) squandered a halftime lead against Penn State (4-2) en route to a 58-67 loss. The defeat marked the fourth consecutive loss for the Eagles, as well as their first home loss of the year. Let’s take a look…
BC tiptoed with danger in the fourth quarter all season. This time will hurt the most.
Many plays could have clinched a win for the Eagles in New York. Only one, however, will be remembered.
Will Tyler Murphy and Co. run rampant over Penn State, or will Josh Keyes and the defense stifle the Nittany Lions?
Despite past struggles against Penn State, BC gets another shot at the Nittany Lions in the Pinstripe Bowl.
The game will be the 24th matchup between the Eagles and the Nittany Lions, and is set to take place in Yankee Stadium.