Sure, there’s a lot of reasons why Laremy Tunsil tumbled in the NFL Draft to the No. 13 overall pick. But the biggest reason (like always) is the NCAA.
BC’s starting middle linebacker was taken with the 232nd overall pick (seventh round) of the NFL Draft on Saturday. Moments later, Wujciak and Abdesmad found homes as well.
The Eagles’ safety, whose breakout senior season helped catapult him onto many teams’ draft boards, will join the defending Super Bowl champions.
Put your feelings toward Jim Harbaugh behind you. Satellite camps greatly hurt Northern schools, especially Boston College.
Several of BC’s younger players stood out in the Jay McGillis Memorial Spring Game.
BC football’s spring game saw the Maroon team defeat the Gold team 6-2, doing nothing to alleviate concerns over the team’s improvement from last season.
A 6-2 final may say otherwise, but BC’s offense—especially quarterbacks Patrick Towles and Darius Wade—looked much improved in the annual Jay McGillis Memorial Spring Game.
The ex-Eagles’ safety flew through the 40-yard dash and impressed the 15 NFL scouts present at BC’s Pro Day.
After a recent Boston Globe article criticizing BC Athletics, University administration must address the issues to improve the state of sports.
Are you more of an Olaf or an Eeyore in your view of this year’s Eagles?