Boston College football battled for their first ACC win on Saturday, and now they can add an accolade along with it. Defensive lineman Harold Landry was named ACC Co-Defensive Linemen of the Week for his performance against the Wolfpack.
Per the ACC:
“CO-DEFENSIVE LINEMAN – Harold Landry, Boston College, Jr., DE, 6-3, 250, Spring Lake, N.C.
Playing back in his home state, Landry helped key Boston College’s 21-14 win at NC State on Saturday. Landry recorded his ninth sack of the season and his fifth forced fumble to give the Eagles the ball at the NC State 21-yard line. The sack/fumble led to a field goal for the Eagles. Landry ranks tied for first nationally in sacks and forced fumbles in 2016. He leads a Boston College defense that has now held opponents to under 100 rushing yards in 20 of the last 33 games, allowing just 31 to NC State. This season, Boston College has not allowed more than 50 rushing yards in all four victories.”
Landry was a straight beast in this game, and this is a great honor for such a dominant performance. Congratulations! #SOAR