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.
BC quarterback-turned-wide receiver Troy Flutie was arrested in his hometown of Natick, Mass. He was charged with three offenses related to drunk driving and is suspended from the team.
The former Wildcat will suit up in the maroon and gold for the 2016 season.
Louisville beat BC, 17-14, in a game the Eagles had no business winning. That’s what made the loss so difficult to process afterwards.
Inexcusable play calling, nonsensical quarterback switches, and pitiful clock management by Steve Addazio crushed any chance of a win for the Eagles in their 3-0 loss to the Demon Deacons.
Two botched field goals. A touchdown that wasn’t. And a stream of questionable play calls. Once again, a young BC team let a victory that was there for the taking slip through its fingers, this time on the road against the Blue Devils.
Despite a win, Boston College nearly gift-wrapped the game to Northern Illinois with poor clock management and a predictable play-calling strategy.
A patchwork offense, led by Jonathan Hilliman’s resurgence and a two-QB system, lifted the Eagles over Northern Illinois.