Whether at corner or safety, John Johnson showed why he could make an immediate impact for NFL secondaries at BC’s Pro Day on Tuesday.
After two years on the job, sports editor Michael Sullivan is no longer afraid to fly. So he’s taking off again.
All of the questions about making the postseason are over. The Eagles have notched their sixth win of the season.
Perfection on special teams and big plays from the defensive backs will be the keys if Boston College has any chance of upsetting No. 3 Clemson on Red Bandanna Night at Alumni Stadium.
As parents sat in the mist of Alumni Stadium, the Eagles took to the air, as 234 yards from Patrick Towles helped BC to its third win—a 35-3 rout of Buffalo—of the year.
Aggressive, disciplined, together, unselfish, confident. That’s how Boston College’s defense is staying on top.
The Eagles forced five turnovers in their Shamrock Series game against No. 4 Notre Dame, but the offense comes up short in BC’s eighth loss of the season.
Boston College doesn’t have much to play for in 2015, but there will still be a lot at stake on Saturday night when the Eagles take on the Irish at Fenway Park.
Not even freshman walk-on John Fadule could save the Eagles. The Hokies simply dominated BC in every facet of the game. And now, a bowl game is virtually out of reach.
The midterm grades are in—while some BC football position groups are acing their courses this year, others are clinging on for dear life.