Boston College: Pro Day gives some Eagles one final chance at a reunion and a job interview

March 26, 2022

CHESTNUT HILL – As college football fans or media members, we often forget that 17-21 year old kids are simply playing a game they love while trying to learn how to become adults. On Saturdays, the only story we care about is how the team does. They obviously do too, but players are also trying to create their own legacies and write their own stories aside from the team result….


Boston College preview: No. 22 NC State (4-1) @ Boston College (4-1)

October 16, 2021

LINE: NC State -3 (O/U 51) THREE OFFENSIVE KEYS FOR BOSTON COLLEGE 1.) The penalties It’s simple, has just about a weekly spot here and might be the most cliche answer in all of sports, but after the 10-penalty performance totaling 60 yards against Clemson, it’s still an issue for this team. The noise was obviously a factor, but head coach Jeff Hafley continues to say he’s not an excuse…


Boston College: Eagles come up just short in Death Valley, lose 19-13 on late fumble

October 3, 2021

The storybook ending was already written, the Eagles just needed to execute for 11 more yards. Trailing by six with 49 seconds left and the ball at the Clemson 11-yard line, BC was finally going to beat a ranked team for the first time since 2018 and end the Tigers’ 31-game home winning streak. Then, the unthinkable happened. With the play clock winding down and deafening noise making things even…


Boston College: Eagles locked in days ahead of prime time matchup with No. 25 Clemson

September 29, 2021

If you’re a Boston College fan or just a fan of college football in general, it doesn’t get much better than Saturday night. The upstart, unranked, unbeaten Eagles against a .500, suddenly reeling, No. 25 Clemson team that has been the cream of the crop in the ACC for what feels like a decade. Can BC stay unbeaten and show the world just what’s happening over at The Heights? Can…


Boston College: Sebastian’s walk-off interception was the play of a lifetime, but it was actually his second

September 28, 2021

Unless you’re a Heisman Trophy candidate or a just an absolute stud at the Division 1 level, odds are there’s going to be maybe a handful of plays that you take from your college career that were truly memorable or game changing for your team and the fan base. Brandon Sebastian has had two of those plays in two seasons. The scoop-and-score in Death Valley last year was an incredible…


Boston College: Ready or not, the Eagles are coming after 41-34 overtime win

September 25, 2021

CHESTNUT HILL – It’s been a long time since Alumni Stadium shook and it’s been a long time since there was a home game worthy of a field-storming. Both things happened on Saturday afternoon. Boston College won an all-timer against Missouri, 41-34 in overtime on a Brandon Sebastian interception in the end zone following a Zay Flowers touchdown catch on the first possession of OT. Following Sebastian’s interception the student…


Commonwealth Clash: It wasn’t pretty, but Eagles beat UMass 45-28

September 12, 2021

AMHERST – The old saying about baseball games is that anytime you head to the ballpark you might see something you never have before. On Saturday afternoon, it applied to football. Boston College visited UMass for the first time since 1982 as 37 point favorites, but lost their starting quarterback one drive into the game and had to withstand a furious, downright stunning upset bid by the Minutemen before ultimately…


Boston College: Eagles thrilled to be back as camp opens

August 6, 2021

All was right with the world for a few hours on Friday morning. Boston College officially opened up with their first practice and then Coach Hafley and a few players met with the media in person for the first time since March 10, 2020. No worrying about whether or not there would be a season, no questions about daily testing, just football. There was a true first-day-of-school vibe around Fish…


Boston College: Five things to watch during the Jay McGillis Memorial Spring Game

April 23, 2021

Welcome back. The Eagles unofficially kickoff the 2021 season on Saturday morning with the Jay McGillis Memorial Spring Game and there’s plenty of reasons for fans to tune in. The game is being broadcast live on the ACC Network with kickoff set for 11 A.M. and there will be parents in the stands for the first time since 2019. The Eagles are split up into two teams. Phil Jurkovec is…