Boston College football had a 28-13 lead going into halftime, but No. 1 Clemson came back to win in the second half 34-28.
Two nights before its game against BC, Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence tests positive for COVID-19 and will miss Saturday’s game.
Aside from No. 4 Clemson, it’s clear that every team in the ACC is capable of beating every other, after a week that saw Pittsburgh lose to Miami and Wake Forest barely escape an upset at home against Florida State.
To reach six wins and bowl eligibility, BC will have to navigate the sixth-toughest rest of season schedule—which features four of five games away from home.
After a horrific Week 3 showing, most, but not all of the ACC was able to get back in the win column ahead of the latest edition of our ACC Power Rankings. Clemson still remains the clear best team, though Virginia and Wake Forest are both off to 4-0 starts.
“I don’t really know,” Boston College football head coach Steve Addazio said in his weekly press conference. “It’s so early in the season, I don’t really gather too much.” That was in response to a query asking about the state of the rest of the ACC after two weeks of the season. Addazio qualified that…
After one week of ACC action, one thing is clear: No. 1 Clemson is heads and shoulders above the rest of the conference, while the likes of Syracuse, Virginia, and North Carolina follow.