The top four teams in the ACC Power Rankings have solidified their spots after another week’s competition, but this week could be tumultuous for all 15 teams playing.
Boston College football head coach Jeff Hafley continued to emphasize the importance of weekly improvement during Tuesday’s press conference.
As the ACC moves into its fourth week of competition, the top five teams have solidified themselves in the power rankings, but Boston College finds itself at the middle of the pack once again.
BC is on a four-game winning streak and has already set the program’s single-season record for ACC wins, but the question is whether it’s too late for a tournament push.
At Virginia Tech on Saturday, Steffon Mitchell became the first player since Tim Duncan (1996-97) to record at least 21 points, 15 rebounds, six assists, two blocks, and one steal in an ACC game.
BC midfielder Joe Kellett scored on a free kick in the 90th minute to force overtime, and the Eagles parked the bus and hung on to escape Blacksburg with a 2-2 draw.
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.