Game Day Facts
Boston College Eagles (5-6) vs
Pittsburgh Panthers (7-4)
The Eagles travel to the Steel City for their season finale against the Pitt Panthers. BC hopes to preserve its slim bowl chances with a win against a Pitt team that at one point in the season looked like they had a shot at the ACC championship. The Eagles have had a rough last four weeks, but they can end the season on a high by getting a road win.
Saturday, November 30th, 2019
Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM ET
How to Watch
The game is going to be broadcast on the new ACC Network, which can be found on channel 612 for DirecTV, 402 for Dish Network, 388 for Spectrum, and for Verizon Fios channel is 329 for standard definition and channel 829 for high-def.
The game will also be available to those subscribed to the ACC Network via the ESPN app.
Furthermore, the ACC Network is available to those with subscriptions to Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, or Playstation VUE.
You can also find a TV provider with ACC Network by going on GetACC.com
How to Listen
The radio broadcast will be on the BC Learfield IMG Sports Network or WEEI 93.7 FM.
How to Follow Along on Twitter
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BC’s Best Chance to Win
Eagles need to find some way to get their passing game going.
Due to their defensive woes this season, BC has had to lean on their offense to outscore their opponents. They’ve done through the ground game, rushing for 268.2 yards a game this season. Running the football will be very difficult against a Pitt defense that is only allowing 92.6 rushing yards per game.
Yet, the Eagles will still have to find a way to score points. Especially given that Pitt’s offensive runs through quarterback Kenny Pickett and newly healthy, wide receiver Taysir Mack. The Panthers average 247.1 passing yards while the Eagles are giving up 297.5 yards through the air. That puts the pressure on Dennis Grosel and the offense to find some way to get their passing attack going if they want to keep pace with Pitt. The Eagles have the weapons in the form of Kobay White and Zay Flowers, but they have struggled to establish a consistent pass game. Doing that may be BC’s best and only chance to knock off the Panthers.