In Boston College football’s 43–15 loss at Wake Forest, BC’s secondary was no match for Sam Hartman’s play. The junior signal caller registered five touchdowns in the air for the second time this season.
Coming off its bye week, BC football couldn’t find the win column Saturday, falling to Wake Forest 43–15 for its fifth loss of the season.
Last year’s Clemson football team nearly lost to the Eagles in Death Valley, but BC ultimately fell by a score of 19–13. But just one year can make a big impact as this year’s No. 5 ranked Tigers toppled BC 31–3 at Alumni Stadium.
In front of 38,517 fans at Alumni Stadium, BC turned the tables and pulled off an upset over Louisville on Family Weekend. Here are four observations from the game.
Boston College football failed to generate any momentum Saturday night against FSU, losing 44–14, the second largest loss of the Jeff Hafley era.
Boston College football suffered its fourth-straight loss Saturday afternoon to Syracuse despite holding a 3–0 lead at halftime.
During the first-ever early signing period, the Eagles brought in 19 players—one shy of last year’s entire recruiting class—including 12 three-star players and one blue-chip offensive lineman.