After hanging with No. 6 Louisville in the first half, BC sputtered in the latter portion of play, falling 90-67. The team has now lost seven straight and nine of its last 10.
After a promising start to ACC play, the Eagles have lost eight of their last nine games, including six straight. Head coach Jim Christian’s group will try to snap the streak when they face Louisville on Saturday.
Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski recently made headlines for taking tough measures against his slumping team, but until he takes serious action against Grayson Allen his actions look hypocritical.
Jordan Chatman, Jerome Robinson, and Ky Bowman dominated for the Eagles, but Wake Forest still emerged victorious in BC’s second consecutive game that came down to the wire.
Wake’s John Collins dominated BC’s frontcourt to the tune of 26 points, 16 rebounds, and three blocks, dealing the Eagles another defeat.
Last time they played, Wake Forest held off a second-half rally by the Eagles in Salem Winston, N.C. This time, the ACC foes face off on BC’s home court Tuesday night.
Jordan Chatman couldn’t miss from downtown, but the Eagles suffered another ACC loss on the road, this time to Virginia Tech.
The Eagles lost their seventh ACC game of the season against Virginia Tech on Sunday night. Similar to its other road games, BC opened up play flatfooted. But a career night from Jordan Chatman forced another conference nail biter.
The Eagles will take on Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., tonight. Here’s what you need to know about the matchup—and how BC can earn a win against a conference foe on the road for the first time since 2015.
The Eagles dropped their fourth consecutive game on Wednesday night, losing to Miami 78-77. In the end, a second half offensive resurgence, sparked by Jerome Robinson, proved to be too little, too late.