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.
Since arriving at BC, Director of Athletics Martin Jarmond has provided a support system for first-generation student-athletes, hosting meet-and-greets and debuting an informative and inclusive panel discussion.
For the last six years, a flawed offensive strategy and inattention to special teams has made it much more difficult than it should be for BC to win games.
All of the questions about making the postseason are over. The Eagles have notched their sixth win of the season.
Steve Addazio has a big problem: does he go with young players on special teams? Or does he bring in the older guys to allow Tyler Rouse to thrive?
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.
The Eagles coasted to a 42-10 blowout of the Wagner Seahawks, but Steve Addazio still sees room for improvement heading into tougher games later in the season.
While everyone has focused on the negatives from Boston College football’s 17-14 defeat in Dublin, sports editor Michael Sullivan wishes to remind you of the good. Yes, there is some good. Really.
Jeff Smith and Tyler Rouse tore up the turf at the Carrier Dome, but the Eagles finish in last place after going winless in the ACC.
Despite a win, Boston College nearly gift-wrapped the game to Northern Illinois with poor clock management and a predictable play-calling strategy.