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How to Watch: Wake Forest Demon Deacons @ Boston College Eagles

Could be a barn-burner on top of Chapel Hill

Boston College v Wake Forest
A win against Wake Forest could be a true statement win for the Eagles, as the bulk of ACC conference play is set to start
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Game Day Facts


Boston College Eagles (3-1) vs

Wake Forest Demon Deacons (4-0)


The Eagles look to continue their winning ways against ACC foe Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons enter the game 4-0, a record which includes a strong win over North Carolina. After a blowout win over lowly Rutgers, the Eagles could send a strong message to the rest of the ACC with a strong win over Wake Forest as the bulk of conference play gets under way.


Alumni Stadium

Chestnut Hill, MA


Saturday, September 28, 2019

Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM ET

How to Watch

The game is going to be broadcast on the new ACC Network, a collaboration between the ACC and ESPN. The ACC Network 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

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

For complete coverage, follow @bcinterruption to get every soaring high and heart wrenching low on Twitter.

Follow @bagz2193, @arthurbailin, @joegrav, @niraj_patel7 for our own hot takes/unnecessary opinions from the comfort of our homes and the Alumni bleachers.

BC’s Best Chance to Win

BC scores 30 points or more.

Last week, the Eagles played the type of game that they need to have this Saturday. BC showed that they can still beat the teams they’re supposed to. But it may be a different story this week. Wake Forest is not Rutgers, nor are they even Kansas, and they may be better than Virginia Tech. The Demon Deacons have 533.8 yards of offense on the season and have only given up 358.3. The Eagles allowed 304 passing yards last game and while they only gave up sixteen points, they were playing Rutgers. Wake Forest will test the BC defense because they can run and throw ball effectively. This gives the BC defense an opportunity to show improvement, but if they don’t, the offense, it would appear, will have the sole responsibility of winning the game. How they will do that…running the ball is probably is their best option.

Anthony Brown is only completing 53.5% of his throws; his inconsistency likely means the running game will bear most of the offensive burden, as usual, which means the Eagles offense will be seeing a lot of eight man fronts…as usual. No matter how the Eagles do it, BC’s offense needs to get into the endzone on a regular basis until the defense proves it can make stops.