The Eagles evened their 2016 record at 2-2 thanks to a 42-10 win over Wagner on Saturday at Alumni Stadium. BC rushed for an even 300 yards, including 90 by Freshman Devon Jones. Jon Hilliman rushed for 83 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Patrick Towles passed for two TDs and rushed for two TDs. The Eagle defense surrendered just 107 total yards with 55 of those coming on a single Wagner TD run early in the first quarter. BC hosts Buffalo next Saturday (not to be confused with the Buffalo team the Patriots are hosting on Sunday).
Congratulations to Senior Mehdi Abdesmad, who was your vote for 2015 Boston College Football MVP. He received an overwhelming 66% of the vote. Steven Daniels and Justin Simmons finished second and third, respectively.
2015 BC Football Notes (updated 11/24/2015)
2015 Coaching Staff Approval Ratings
See results of prior polls.
Boston College: 2016 NCAA Rankings
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|Sep 3||GA Tech 17 BC 14||(0-1)|
|Sep 10||BC 26 UMass 7||(1-1)|
|Sep 17||VA Tech 49 BC 0||(1-2)|
|Sep 24||BC 42 Wagner 10||(2-2)|
|Oct 29||at NC State||TBA|
|Nov 11||at Florida St||7:30|
|Nov 26||at Wake Forest||TBA|
|TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE|
|* will be played in Ireland|
2015 BC Football MVP