// Andre Williams

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 11

With only a couple weeks until the fantasy postseason begins, it is time to rely on your big options to help you down the stretch. Sure, there are still a couple tough matchups going forward for some players, but it should only get easier to choose who to play with less teams on bye. Even […]

Four BC Eagles, One UMass Minuteman Selected in NFL Draft

Boston College football had its best season in three years in 2013, finishing with a winning record and seeing postseason action for the first time since 2011, and winning more games (seven) than in 2011 and ’12 combined (six). However, no Eagle had his name called in either of the first two days of the […]

2014 NFL Draft Profile: Andre Williams RB, Boston College

With the NFL Draft only a few weeks away and a lot of prospects on the board, one player to consider drafting is running back Andre Williams. Former Boston College running back Andre Williams has a candidate for the Heisman Trophy award this past fall. A senior at BC, Williams led the nation in yards with […]

BC Gets Blown Out in AdvoCare V100 Bowl

Arizona, 42; Boston College, 19 Boston College’s eagerly anticipated return to postseason football following a two-year absence turned out to be something of a bust, as the Eagles were soundly defeated by the Arizona Wildcats in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Lousiana. Arizona outgained BC 529 to 351 in total yards […]

Heisman Finalist Williams, Boston College to Face Arizona in AdvoCare V100 Bowl

Following two awful seasons, the Boston College Eagles will make their return to postseason football on New Year’s Eve, when they take on the Arizona Wildcats in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana. The Eagles won just six games in 2011 and ’12 combined, leading to the firing of head coach […]

College Football Week 14 Roundup: BC, UMass Lose Season Finales

Boston College, 31; Syracuse, 34 Boston College finished the regular season with a 7-5 record after a loss to Syracuse (6-6) at the Carrier Dome that ended the Eagles’ four-game winning streak. Like the previous week’s win at Maryland, this one came down to the very last play, but this time BC found itself on […]

College Football Week 13 Roundup: BC Wins Fourth Straight, UMass Shut Out

Boston College, 29; Maryland, 26 Boston College continued its second-half surge, improving to 7-4 with its second road win of the season, over Maryland (6-5) at Byrd Stadium. Although BC outgained Maryland by nearly 100 yards, the game was close throughout and came down to the very last play. The win was the Eagles’ fourth straight, […]

College Football Week 12 Roundup: Big Day for BC, UMass Drops a Close One

North Carolina State, 21; Boston College, 38 Boston College became bowl-eligible by improving to 6-4 with a comfortable home win over N.C. State (3-7) at Alumni Stadium in which it never trailed. As has often been the case this season, the Eagles got the job done with their run game, gaining 420 rushing yards while […]

College Football Week 11 Roundup: BC Pulls Away Late, Moves Above .500

Boston College, 48; New Mexico State, 34 Boston College improved to 5-4 on the season with a shootout win, its first road victory of the year, over New Mexico State (1-9) at Aggie Memorial Stadium in a game that was probably closer than it should have been given the rival’s record. In the end, the Eagles […]

College Football Week 10 Roundup: Big Win for BC, UMass Obliterated

Virginia Tech, 27; Boston College, 34 Boston College bounced back from a disappointing loss at North Carolina with a wild win over Virginia Tech (6-3), another Atlantic Coast Conference rival, at Alumni Stadium. The BC offense was dominated in the yards gained category, 446 to 289, but successfully capitalized on the four second-half turnovers forced by […]

College Football Week 9 Roundup: Disappointing Losses for BC, UMass

Boston College, 10; North Carolina, 34 Boston College missed a good chance to go above .500 with a poor showing against North Carolina (2-5) at Kenan Memorial Stadium. The Tar Heels hadn’t won since September 7 against Middle Tennessee, and the win was their first in Atlantic Coast Conference play. On Saturday, they outgained the […]

College Football Week 6 Roundup: BC Puts up Points, UMass Puts up a Fight

Army, 27; Boston College, 48 In a game that almost didn’t take place due to the government shutdown, Boston College improved to 3-2 with an offensive explosion against Army (2-4) at Alumni Stadium. The Eagles’ three wins this season are already more than they had in all of 2012. The game was close throughout the first half, […]