Despite loss to USC, Boston College showing progress (The Boston Globe)
This game was a tale of two coaches. Boston College’s Steve Addazio is trying to rebuild a program. Southern California’s Lane Kiffin is trying to prevent one from falling apart in his hands. Both got what they needed on Saturday.
Eagles rest, regroup (Boston Herald)
“We are not a very deep team to begin with and we are pretty banged up right now,” Addazio said. “I know better than to go back and be stubborn and go (out) there have a bloodbath (practice) on Monday. I know that’s not the answer and it wasn’t like we had a lack of effort. If I thought that was the case, then (a bloodbath is) what we would do. The kids need some time off after a long trip. “We’ll come in watch the tape and make all the mental corrections and put that game to bed. We’ll give them some time to let the bodies heal, then start game-planning for Florida State.”
ACC college football weekend rewind: Week 3 (ESPN ACC Blog)
The bad: Riding the high of a two-game winning streak to start the season, Boston College was thinking upset when it headed west to take on a struggling USC team. The Eagles might be improved under new coach Steve Addazio, but they're not quite ready to play with the big boys. The Trojans' languishing offense found plenty of room to work in a 35-7 win, and BC's Chase Rettig completed just 11 of 24 passes in a homecoming game for the Southern California native.
ACC Football Goat of the Week, Week 3: Chase Rettig, Boston College (Atlantic Coast Convos)
No one enjoys piling on when things go wrong. But nonetheless, we’ve got to call out the ACC (plus Louisville) players who were counter-productive in helping their teams grab a victory this weekend.
ACC Power Rankings: Week 3 (ESPN ACC Blog)
12. Boston College (2-1, 1-0 ACC, last week: 11). Heather thought the Eagles had a chance to pull the upset, but Lane Kiffin had everybody fooled. BC was unable to keep up with supremely talented USC and got beat soundly. The Eagles are off this week before facing another tough opponent -- Florida State on Sept. 28.
Eagles in the NFL - Week 2 (BCEagles.com)
Keep up to date with all of your favorite Eagles currently playing in the NFL. Ryan leads the Falcons over the Rams in impressive fashion. Kuechly picks up 14 tackles and an interception
Big Ten Announces Extensive Television Schedule for Inaugural Season of Men's Hockey (bigten.org)
Boston College's first game against Minnesota will be broadcast on BTN. The second game on Sunday will be televised by FSNorth/STO.
Women's Sailing Wins Toni Deutsch Trophy (BCEagles.com)
The sailing team won the Toni Deutsch Trophy this past weekend, hosted by MIT. Obvi.
Sailing Placed Third at the Harry H. Anderson Jr. Trophy Regatta (BCEagles.com)
At the 39th Harry H. Anderson Jr. Trophy Regatta, the Eagles sailed into third place over the weekend. The field included 17 other schools ranging from the University of Wisconsin to the U.S. Naval Academy.
Props to Eagle Marketing, which has been producing quality YouTube videos of the weekly press conferences of some of the Eagles more under-the-radar Olympic sports. Here's men's soccer head coach Ed Kelly taking about how the team is progressing in the early season.
And women's soccer coach Alison Foley.
Coach Lamb Discusses Win at BU, Upcoming Games (BCEagles.com)
Head coach Ainslee Lamb discusses the Eagles' 1-0 win over Boston University, as well as junior midfielder Emma Plasteras, sophomore goalie Leah Settipane and the upcoming games against Syracuse and Providence.
Volleyball's Barnum, McTighe, and Workman Named to All-Tournament Team at Columbia Tournament (BCEagles.com)
Volleyball's Kellie Barnum, Melissa McTighe, and Katty Workman earned All-Tournament honors at the Columbia Tournament this past weekend.
Coach Kerr Discusses UMass Invitational, Upcoming Iona Meet of Champions (BCEagles.com)
Head coach Matt Kerr discusses the Eagles' past meet at the UMass Invitational and the upcoming race this Saturday, the Iona Meet of Champions.
Men's Golf Competes at Tar Heel Intercollegiate (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College men's golf team finished 14th at the Tar Heel Invitational this past weekend. The team shot a combined 918, +54 in three rounds of play at the par 72 course.
Happy Tuesday, Eagles!