Boston College football failed to generate any momentum Saturday night against FSU, losing 44–14, the largest loss of the Jeff Hafley era.
Boston College football displayed a new look offense Saturday night against Maine for the Eagles’ first win of the season.
Boston College football is in the win column for the first time this season, defeating Maine 38–17 at Alumni Stadium Saturday night.
In addition to his experience as a pass blocker, BC’s George Takacs has shown his strengths as a downfield target, and is taking on a new role in the Eagles’ offensive system.
Boston College dropped to 0–2 Saturday in a loss to Virginia Tech that saw the Eagles net just four rushing yards.
Play calling and offensive line struggles were BC’s downfall in the Eagles’ first opening-day loss in five years.
Rutgers scored on a 96–yard drive late in the fourth quarter to defeat BC 22–21 in both teams’ season opener.
Heights sports editors Megan Gentile, Graham Dietz, and Jack Bergamini predict the results of BC football’s 2022 season.
Boston College football hires Notre Dame tight ends coach John McNulty to replace Frank Cignetti Jr. as its offensive coordinator. McNulty arrives on the heights with experience at both the collegiate and professional level, and looks to make a splash with returning quarterback Phil Jurkovec.