Last year, the Eagles had the ninth-worst scoring attack in the country. And it all started in April 2016, when they put up a combined eight points in the spring game. But this time around, things were a little different.
Despite an endowment decrease of $150 million in fiscal 2016, BC’s chief investment officer John Zona made $1.31 million.
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.
Eagles alumnus and current Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is on his way to the Super Bowl. His MVP-caliber play has not only led his team to the promised land, but has also revived a sense of hope for BC football.
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.
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.
The Eagles promote alumni linebacker Ricky Brown to a full-time assistant on Wednesday, following the departure of special teams coordinator Al Washington.
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.
The Eagles will look to win their first bowl game since 2007 when they travel to Detroit to square up against the University of Maryland on Dec. 26.
After two years on the job, sports editor Michael Sullivan is no longer afraid to fly. So he’s taking off again.