|Final - 10.1.2011||1||2||3||4||Total|
|Wake Forest Demon Deacons||7||10||7||3||27|
|Boston College Eagles||3||6||0||10||19|
Football Loses To Wake Forest, 27-19 (BCEagles.com)
Tanner Price threw a 47-yard TD pass to Chris Givens on Wake Forest's first possession of the second half as the Demon Deacons opened a 15-point lead before holding off Boston College 27-19 on Saturday.
Another lost cause for BC (The Boston Globe)
"Just losing in general is frustrating, no matter how it happens,’’ said middle linebacker Luke Kuechly. "But to lose this way and have big play after big play on the defensive side of the ball makes you limited.’’
Losing’s easy as a-BC (BostonHerald.com)
"We are close but we are far away," Eagles coach Frank Spaziani said. "Until we can close that gap and get everybody to be a part of our system, we are struggling and that’s where we are at. We are working hard but we just have to figure out how to work through the problems with everybody on the practice field consistently."
Frank Spaziani doesn’t know if his team can turn it around again, and who can blame him? (WEEI)
Perhaps it was just trying to light a fire under his team, a wake-up call or simply facing facts but Coach Spaz said he’s not sure what his team is made of because of its practice habits and the overwhelming challenges they’ve been put up against before the season even began.
Historic afternoon for Montel Harris (BostonHerald.com)
Boston College senior back Montel Harris was in the trainers room at The Heights receiving treatment during the week when a visitor inquired if Harris was prepared to break the school’s all-time rushing mark. The stranger then offered his hand and introduced himself as Derrick Knight, the former Eagles star and owner of the BC record with 3,725 rushing yards from 2000-03.
Montel Harris: New rushing record is ‘second on my list’ of priorities (WEEI)
"In the moment, breaking the record falls second on my list," Harris said in a statement after getting treatment on his knee. "We work hard every week to get a win and we came up short this time. I’m sure I’ll look back on the end of the season and view this as a huge accomplishment. Right now, I’m trying to help our team get the season going in the right direction with some wins."
Nate Freese FGs a highlight (BostonHerald.com)
"I felt good out there today," Freese said. "I felt relaxed, more relaxed than I have felt all season. My leg felt pretty good and the (weather) conditions out there today definitely helped as well."
BC's offense loses its way (ESPN ACC Blog)
While he matched him touchdown for touchdown and interception for interception, Chase Rettig's other numbers on the day paled in comparison. The Eagles quarterback finished with twice as many incompletions as completions, 23-for-47 for 188 yards. He averaged 8.17 yards per throw.