The Atlantic Coast Conference and Boston College released the 2017 football schedule today, including games against Notre Dame and Clemson as well as a game at Fenway Park.
The Eagles welcomed three mid-year enrollees on Tuesday. With the beginning of the second semester, the new additions are now eligible and can participate in team practice this spring.
The Eagles will play at Fenway Park for the second time in three years after Connecticut decided it would move its game there on Nov. 18.
The Eagles snagged another Power Five opponent—granted, one that recruits like a mid-major—when it scheduled a home-and-home series with Kansas in 2019 and 2020.
The Eagles will play former Big East rival Rutgers in a four-game series. Rutgers is the third Big Ten team to be added to BC’s future schedule.
Eagles’ record-breaking defensive end Harold Landry, who was expected to enter the 2017 NFL Draft, has decided to return to BC for his senior season.
Eagles’ alumnus defensive tackle, Mike Ruth, joins former teammate Doug Flutie and six other BC players in receiving the College Football Hall of Fame honor.
The Eagles promote alumni linebacker Ricky Brown to a full-time assistant on Wednesday, following the departure of special teams coordinator Al Washington.
With a wild, out of character first half, Boston College used an offensive explosion to take home a victory in the Quick Lane Bowl against Maryland.
The Eagles will hope for a late Christmas present in the form of a victory over the University of Maryland in the Quick Lane Bowl.