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The Eagles face off against the Huskies with bowl eligibility within sight.

NCAA Football: Connecticut at Boston College Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

GAME DAY FACTS

WHO

Boston College Eagles (5-5, 3-4 ACC) @

University of Connecticut Huskies (3-7, 2-5 AAC)

WHAT

BC has another chance to clinch bowl eligibility, this time against a regional “rival” at Fenway Park.

WHERE

Fenway Park

Boston, Massachusetts

WHEN

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Kickoff is set for 7:00 PM ET

HOW TO WATCH

The game is on either CBSSN, so check local listings. If you have any of these subscriptions you can stream it here.

HOW TO LISTEN

The radio broadcast will be on the BC IMG Sports Network, which is 95.7FM for the locals.

HOW TO FOLLOW ALONG ON TWITTER

Joe Parello (@HereweogoJoe) will be running our gameday coverage, so follow @bcinterruption to get every soaring high and heart wrenching low on Twitter.

Follow @joegrav, @BCHysteria, @choppintoppin, and @arthurbailin for our own hot takes/unnecessary opinions from the comfort of our homes.

Watch Parties!

New York

For those of you paying attention, you should know by now that the BC Alumni Association of New York has two "BC bars" in Manhattan, where each week fans and alumni can gather to watch the game. At Joshua Tree, the long-standing home of BC Alumni in New York, continues to host with great drink deals. Dewey's Pub keeps their doors open to BC fans and are continuing to deliver some great service. Their weekly specials of Lower Dining Hall Steak and Cheese, the New England Classic, and the "ALS Wing Bucket Challenge" will continue as well!

BC’s BEST CHANCE TO WIN

UConn is really bad, so BC is rightly expected to win this game and get to a bowl without having to resort to APR rankings. AJ Dillon and the offensive line should see great success against an overmatched Husky defense. With the ground game rolling and a historically terrible passing defense (375 yards/game), Darius Wade can hopefully settle in and get rolling. The defense, assuming they play like they have in the past three weeks, should have little trouble with Bryant Shirreffs and the UConn offense. Go Eagles!