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How to Watch: Boston College Football vs Louisville

After plenty of shuffling the Eagles and Cardinals finally take the field

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 14 Notre Dame at Boston College Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images


Boston College Eagles (5-4)


Louisville Cardinals (3-6)


After 14 days of uncertainty, the Eagles will finally take the field against the Louisville Cardinals who are coming off a strong win over Syracuse. With two winnable games left in the season, the Eagles have a chance to solidify their spot in a big time bowl game (hopefully there will be a bowl season).


Alumni Stadium

Chestnut Hill, MA


Saturday, November 28th, 2020

Kickoff set for 4:00 PM EST

How to Watch

The game is going to be broadcast on the new ACC Network. The game will also be available to those subscribed to the ACC Network. You can find a TV provider with ACC Network by going on

How to Listen

Coverage on the Boston College Learfield IMG Sports Network begins Saturday morning with Jon Meterparel, Pete Cronan and Scott Mutryn. Fans can listen to the game locally on WEEI 93.7 FM, nationally on TuneIn and on Sirius channel 134, XM channel 382 and online via SiriusXM channel 973.

How to Follow Along on Twitter

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

Game Line

Despite playing at home, the Eagles are only a 1 point favorite over Louisville. The money line according to is BC -115 and Louisville -105. The Over/Under is 55.

Game Preview

See our full game preview here.

Louisville’s record should not be taken into account much when considering how much of a challenge they pose to BC. The Cardinals have a triple threat of veteran playmakers in Malik Cunningham, Javian Hawkins, and Dez Fitzpatrick that is capable of putting up a lot points on the board. However, the Cardinals also are also -12 in turnover ratio which is good news for an Eagles defense that has forced a nation’s best 17 turnovers. If the Eagles can continue to force turnovers, they can take control of this game but if they can’t it will likely turn into a shootout.