Dennis Grosel and Zay Flowers were stars in a shootout loss for Boston College football, falling 43-32 to Virginia.
Boston College football backup-turned starting quarterback Dennis Grosel threw for 520 yards and four touchdowns in a 43-25 loss to UVA.
Despite multiple turnovers, Boston College was unable to hold off Notre Dame’s offensive attack in 45-31 defeat. BC could not capitalize on excitement surrounding the annual Red Bandana game as Phil Jurkovec struggled through an injury.
The Eagles rode stellar play from David Bailey and a dominant defensive performance to a close win against the Orange.
While it ultimately fell to the No. 1 Tigers, Boston College football showed improvements that allude to a bright future for the Eagles.
Boston College football had a 28-13 lead going into halftime, but No. 1 Clemson came back to win in the second half 34-28.
Boston College football repeatedly turned the ball over in a 40-14 loss to Virginia Tech on the road in Blacksburg.
Boston College football head coach Jeff Hafley continued to emphasize the importance of weekly improvement during Tuesday’s press conference.