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BC Can’t Continue Success In Paint, Falls to Duke

Tyler Roche had just stolen the ball from Nolan Smith, the game’s eventual leading scorer. Corey Raji leaked out of the congestion in Duke’s offensive zone and Roche spotted him in the open frontcourt. The Boston College forward lobbed the pass perfectly over the Duke defender landing just feet ahead Raji with only blue court […]

FINALLY! BC Takes Care of Mid-Major NJIT

What’s the best way to forget struggles against mid-major opponents? The New Jersey Institute of Technology. The former Division II program visited Conte Forum, but Boston College must have not receieved the memo NJIT is now Divison I. The Eagles acted as if the Highlanders didn’t belong on the same court, winning 89-32. For the […]

New Year, Same Bad Habits as BC Loses to Another Mid-Major

A new year for the Eagles just brought the same problems of 2009: embarrassing loses to mediocre mid-major teams. In its worst performance of the season, Boston College lost at home to Maine 52-51. The loss to the America East foe is the fifth BC has suffered this season from a team not associated with […]

Eagles Slip By Gamecocks As 23 Point Lead Disappears

When the clock read triple zero and fans filed out of Conte Forum, Boston College had beaten South Carolina by a margin of nine points, 85-76. As it entered the locker room at halftime, the margin was more than double at 21. Just 100 seconds earlier the Eagles’ cushion stood at 23. Whatever was said […]

Mid-Major Problems: Sloppy Play Lead to Eagles Second Straight Loss

Another mid-major opponent, another major problem for Boston College. With a 80-69 loss¬†Sunday night to Rhode Island the Eagles are now 3-4 against mid-major teams this season. On the flip side, against the so called “power conferences”, BC boasts a flawless 3-0 record beating Providence (Big East), Michigan (Big Ten), and Miami (ACC). Coming off […]

Boston College Basketball Preview: The Forwards and Centers

The Eagles get on the court a couple times this week and let us help you get acquainted with the team. For a look at the backcourt, check out the guard preview. Small Forward ¬† Fact Corey Raji will start again at Small Forward. The rugged, undersized big man was second on the team in […]

Boston College Basketball Preview: The Guards

Before the Eagles get deep into the meat of their schedule, here is what you need to know about this season’s backcourt. PG Fact: Boston College replaces PG Tyrese Rice, the number one scoring threat on the team, with Junior Biko Paris, a six foot guard who has averaged 4.5 points and 2.3 assists per […]