This makes 4 injured BC offensive linemen on the season.
BC Interruption football editor Curtis Flannery joined Line of Scrimmage, a Tomahawk Nation podcast, to discuss Boston College's upcoming match-up with Florida State. Click here to read a transcript or listen wherever you get your podcasts.
On Wednesday night, BCI football editor Curtis Flannery appeared on the Double Fries No Slaw podcast to chat with a couple of FSU guys on what to expect on Saturday night. Check out the link to YouTube or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Another week, another tough break for the Boston College football team. Per Pete Thamel, the Eagles are down another player, as starting right tackle Kevin Cline has torn his ACL and is expected to be out for the rest of the season. This is the fourth major player to go down with a major injury this season. The Eagles are still looking for their first win of the season, which they will hopefully earn tonight against Maine despite being down a handful of starters.
As always on September 11, we are taking the time to remember Welles Crowther, the former Boston College men’s lacrosse player who sacrificed his life to save others on 9/11.
Offense continues to look sloppy, but salvages a touchdown. Rutgers comes back to make it a one score game. Penalties all around for both offenses
The Eagles are ahead after their first half of 2022 football! BC leads Rutgers 14-6 at intermission. How are you feeling about this BC team so far? Let us know in the comments!
As reported by Pete Thamel on Twitter, Rutgers will be without 3 major players for today's game against Boston College. QB Noah Vedral, TE Matt Alaimo and RB Aaron Young will all be out with injuries for today's opener.
The Boston Globe's Kat Cornetta reflects on the impact of Charlotte North's time at BC, where she became a hero to thousands of young players and helped raise the profile of the sport, both at BC and beyond.
Boston College star wide receiver Zay Flowers grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as the 11th of 14 children. His mother died in 2005, leaving his father, Willie, to drive a truck for a medical device company to provide for the family. Flowers received a football scholarship to Boston College in 2019 and earned All-ACC honors as a wide receiver with a breakout 2020 season. He enters 2022 as one of the sport's best receivers and a strong NFL draft prospect. It’s really a nice and helpful piece of information. I’m glad that you simply shared this helpful info with us. Please stay us up to date like this. Thanks for sharing nfr 2022 live stream