Recently, Boston College has lived in the cellar of the ACC, as losing has become more of a norm. Blowouts, close losses, you name it. BC has seen it all.
Ky Bowman’s electrifying play in the back half of the season complemented Jerome Robinson and gave fans a sense of hope. Yet it wasn’t enough to right Christian’s rebuild. BC still sits at the bottom of the ACC.
Nearing the five-minute mark in the first half, Ky Bowman leapt to block to a Bryant Crawford shot. But the All-ACC Freshman fell awkwardly on his right leg. His season was finished, and effectively, so was the Eagles’.
The Eagles couldn’t snap their 14-game losing streak in the last game of the regular season, falling to Clemson 82-68 on Saturday evening.
BC entered halftime with a two-point lead over Virginia Tech on Saturday. Yet, once again, the Eagles let their intermission lead slide. The Hokies shot 75 percent from the field in the second half to top BC 91-75.
Jerome Robinson scored 25 points, but the Eagles couldn’t overcome the Hokies on Senior Day in a 91-75 loss.
Following Kentucky men’s basketball’s comeback victory over SEC rival Georgia, head coach John Calipari sounded off about the nonsensical nature of midseason firings. He isn’t wrong.
BC allowed 100 points for the first time since 2011 in a 104-72 loss to the Seminoles on the road.
Despite 29 points from Ky Bowman, BC couldn’t pull off its first victory against a Top-25 team in the Jim Christian Era.
With Jamel Artis sidelined early in the first half, BC took command of Wednesday night’s game versus Pittsburgh. But it wouldn’t last long. Michael Young poured in 19 second-half points to give the Panthers the 83-72 edge.