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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 7 Roundup: BC Fights, UMass Finally Wins

Boston College, 14; #3 Clemson, 24 For the second time in three weeks, Boston College put up a fight against a top 10 team, taking a lead into the fourth quarter before falling to third-ranked Clemson (6-0) at Memorial Stadium. The defense was a particularly bright spot for the Eagles, who fell to 3-3 on 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, […]

College Football Week 5 Roundup: Eagles Fall Short in Major Upset Bid

#8 Florida State, 48; Boston College, 34 #8 Florida State improved to 4-0 with a win at Alumni Stadium that turned out to be much more hard-fought than the Atlantic Coast Conference-leading Seminoles had bargained for. The fourth highest-scoring offense in the nation successfully overcame some first-quarter jitters, but the 34 points allowed were more than twice […]

College Football Week 3 Roundup: BC, UMass Falter on the Road

Boston College, 7; USC, 35 USC (2-1) bounced back from an ugly week 2 loss to Washington State to hand Boston College (2-1) its first defeat of the 2013 season at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday. The Trojans dominated the Eagles in all phases of the game, racking up 521 yards of offense and […]

After Losses to Duke and NC State, BC Will Finish Below .500

Back on Feb. 10, the Boston College Eagles men’s basketball team came within one point of beating fourth-ranked Duke. Then, at the end of last month, in a rematch against the then-sixth-ranked Blue Devils on the road, the Eagles lost yet again but this time in a blowout, falling 89-68. BC then went on to […]

After Close Loss to Duke, BC Men’s Basketball Has to Move on

The Boston College Eagles men’s basketball team are in the midst of another mediocre season and will likely not be heading to the NCAA tournament. At 10-13, it would be easy to give up on the season. But the 13th loss was actually pretty motivating. Did you miss the game while cleaning up from the […]

BC and BU Both Need Overtime to Secure Wins

Boston College and Boston University both played host for their games on Sunday afternoon, and when both games knotted up at 52 at the end of regulation, it would take overtime to give themselves winning records at home. BC, led once again by sophomore Ryan Anderson’s 23 points and career-high 19 rebounds, took on the […]

No Experience Needed as Harvard Beats BC 79-63

The Boston College Eagles played host to the Harvard Crimson on Wednesday night, but could not stop their opponents from across the Charles River as Harvard went on to win 79-63 inside the Conte Forum. The game see-sawed in the first half for the first twelve minutes or so, with BC making its first six […]

Boston vs. Goliath – The Current State of College Basketball in Boston

More so than any other sport, college basketball is a sport of perennial powerhouses. Establishing an institution to be synonymous with a sport itself takes years, and only a select few have been able to earn the right within the basketball community including Duke, Indiana, UConn, North Carolina and Kansas. In arguably the greatest sports […]

Arnold’s OT Winner Lifts Eagles to 3-2 Beanpot Win

With 6.4 seconds remaining in the extra session, Boston College (19-10-1) sophomore forward Bill Arnold roofed a shot from the right slot, beating Boston University (17-10-1) senior goaltender Kieran Millan for a dramatic 3-2 overtime win in the 60th installment of the Beanpot at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. The game was brilliantly played […]

Boston University, Boston College Advance to Beanpot Final

The Boston University Terriers (17-8-1) and Boston College Eagles (17-10-1) each advanced to next Monday’s Beanpot final, dispatching the Harvard Crimson (7-7-9) and Northeastern Huskies (11-12-3) respectively at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass.

Gortat Shines, Suns Burn Celtics

Marcin Gortat scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Phoenix Suns defeated the Rajon Rondo-less Celtics, 79-71 Friday night. Ray Allen led the Celtics with 14 points and Paul Pierce chipped in 12 points and six assists. Rondo looked on from the sidelines with a sprained wrist as the Celtics scored a season-low […]