Football Drops Road Clash at Clemson (BCEagles.com)
The Eagles have had their successes at Death Valley -- they've won two of the three times they've played here since joining the ACC in 2005 -- but were without injured star Harris and his backup, Andre Williams.
Death Valley downer (BostonHerald.com)
"I think a break in the middle of the season is always ideal and certainly for this team," BC coach Frank Spaziani said. "We could use a break right now physically."
BC football can’t keep up with Clemson (The Boston Globe)
Some BC loyalists could point out that the Eagles had a fair amount of chances to upset the eighth-ranked team in the country.
Final: Clemson 36, Boston College 14 (ESPN ACC Blog)
For Boston College, there was no quit in the Eagles, and they brought their blue-collar work ethic into Death Valley and gave the Tigers a good fight. Linebacker Luke Kuechly continued his string of games with double-digit tackles, but Clemson didn't turn the ball over once and had just three penalties.
Clemson kicker hits his mark (BostonHerald.com)
"That’s 15 points right there and we’ve got to do a better job preventing them from getting into field goal range," Kuechly said. "We did a good job in the kicking game getting them deep with no returns and then we allow them to get into field goal range."
QUICK HITS: No. 8 Clemson 36, Boston College 14 (CBSSports.com)
WHAT BOSTON COLLEGE LOST: Another loss, and I'm afraid they will continue to pile up for the Eagles. In addition to being decimated by injury, they can't even seem to come up with momentum swings after injuries to star players. Just not the Eagles' year I guess.
Boston College vs. Clemson (SI.com)
"They got rocket-shipped out of there at 17-0 really fast," Boston College coach Frank Spaziani said.