Boston College football head coach Jeff Hafley sat down with several Eagles Thursday to discuss the upcoming UMass Amherst game.
Senior Isabella De Palo Garcia Perez has been volunteering for the annual Red Bandanna Run for years. “One of my favorite things is just talking to people about it,” De Palo Garcia Perez said. “A lot of people know about the event, know the race, the red bandanna, the idea behind it. … I know…
A pair of trick plays jumpstarted the Eagles’ offense—a unit that scored on its first three possessions and made Miami, the second-ranked defensive team in the country, look, quite frankly, overrated.
For the second-straight year, BC football will play its annual Red Bandana Game a couple days before Halloween. Instead of wearing their costumes, students should don their paisley in support of service.
To honor Welles Crowther’s legacy, BC should schedule the Red Bandana game closer to Sept. 11 every year.
People magazine announced that it would be honoring the heroism of Welles Remy Crowther, BC ’99, with the third annual Red Bandanna Hero Award.
“I don’t know if I would ever have the courage or the ability to do what Crowther did, but I know that his example inspires me to try.”
By: Alex Manta
Amid the heartbreak and frustration that came with Boston College’s 20-19 loss at home this weekend to Duke, one player had another outstanding day on his way to becoming one of the best at his position in school history.