The Duke men’s basketball team, ranked number one overall and undefeated entering Saturday, was toppled this afternoon by Boston College in their first conference game of the season. Eat it, Blue Devils!
Boston College head football coach and best Vine user in history Steve Addazio had an interesting take on yesterday’s solar eclipse. While everyone else was fretting about possibly going blind by staring directly into the sun, Addazio refused to be cowed by fear:
Boston College ended their basketball season by getting routed 88-66 by Florida State in the first round of the ACC tournament. The Eagles went just 7-25 this year, including an unfathomable 0-19 in conference play, the first team to go winless in the ACC since the post-Len Bias Maryland Terrapins.
Man, if you wanna stop your teammates from getting jammed on, maybe do more than just sort of put your hands up and chest at Brandon Ingram?
At least half of the Boston College men’s basketball team and several other Boston College students are suffering from gastrointestinal problems after eating at a nearby Chipotle, according to multiple reports. The college gave this statement about the matter to the Boston Herald:
Florida State shut out Boston College in a truly terrible Friday night ACC game, but the Eagles at least had this highlight from linebacker Steven Daniels. He might have a name worth remembering! But you’ll have to try hard to remember it, because “Steven Daniels” is not an easy name to remember.
In the third quarter of Florida State's 20-17 win over Boston College, Jameis Winston attempted, twice, to physically wrest an official out of the way so he could run a play. It was a weird moment, and per the letter of the law, Winston should have been ejected. But what the hell was actually happening?
I'm starting to think Florida State is just trolling all of us and will get into the playoffs and destroy everybody, 63-0. They have to be doing this on purpose.
With the recent one-possession wins against opponents like Pittsburgh and N.C. State, Syracuse were looking less likely to finish the season undefeated. But who expected their first loss to be at home against a six-win team?
The weekend, as I watched the absurd denouement of the Northwestern-Michigan game, something struck me as familiar — beyond the now-routine bumblefuckery that inspires the Wildcats to turn fourth-quarter leads into triple-overtime losses. No, it wasn't simply that Michigan drove in the dregs of game clock to kick the…
Georgia Tech's Alysha Rudnik hit the ball over the fence to lead off yesterday's third inning. But BC senior centerfielder Maria Pandolfo jumped and lunged over the fence to take away her certain homer, startling even the person who had been taking video just a few feet away.
There was a time—and it really wasn't that long ago—that a men's basketball meeting of Boston College and Maryland meant two top-ranked teams facing off in a bitter battle for ACC supremacy. My, oh, my, how things have changed. While last night's bout still earned national broadcast on ESPNU, the stakes certainly are…
Remember the lullaby afternoons of September, when we all figured we'd see a Heisman winner who merited the award? Maybe a Geno Smith, slinging the ball all over the yard, or even a Matt Barkley, who despite being named after Big Bird's dog had the right pedigree and weaponry (Robert Woods and Marquise Lee catching…
Our weekly college football shame index.
Boston College is scheduled to play at Penn State tonight in the second round of the NCAA women's soccer tournament. Stephanie McCaffrey, a sophomore and a second-team all-ACC forward who had scored a goal in BC's first-round win over Hofstra, prepared for the trip to State College by tweeting a bunch of jokes about…
The New York Rangers have the top seed in the Eastern Conference for the Stanley Cup playoffs (Thursday! On NHL Network! Catch it!), but the New York Rangers might be doomed. They face the Ottawa Senators in the first round. The Rangers went 1-2-1 against the Sens during the regular season. The Rangers have lost three…
TAMPA—Sometime around midnight after the Frozen Four final, I found myself a few blocks away from the Tampa Times Forum, jumpstarting a former Ferris State player's car under the distant watchful gaze of a hockey writer who was afraid I was going to be beaten or murdered.
Boston College dispatched Ferris State 4-1 to win tonight's NCAA Division I hockey championship in Tampa, and we wish the Eagles and their fans a hearty congratulations on their third title in five years. We don't know whether to congratulate or be concerned for this fan, though, who appears to have passed out…