2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
7-5, 3rd in ACC - Atlantic
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6dDavid M. Hale

2017 Freshman All-America team

Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor and Georgia's Jake Fromm took center stage for two playoff contenders. After their performances, they headline the year's best freshmen.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The College Football Hall of Fame class of 2017.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Boston College offensive lineman Mike Ruth, the 1985 Outland Trophy winner, stealing the show here at the Hall of Fame press conference: "I was born slightly bald with a big, fat belly, and not much has changed in 50 years."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College running back A.J. Dillon emerged as a powerful force this season, earning first-team All-ACC honors after rushing for 1,432 yards and 14 TDs. So it should be no surprise he earned ACC Offensive Rookie and Overall Rookie of the Year honors. Virginia safety Brenton Nelson earned Defensive Rookie of the Year.

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Who had a better long touchdown run? (0:49)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Can't say enough about the job Steve Addazio did leading Boston College after injuries to multiple key starters could have sunk his team. The Eagles won five of their final six to finish the regular season 7-5.

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Boston College's Levy weaves through defenders for TD (0:37)
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Boston College's Smith streaks for 64-yard TD (0:41)
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Syracuse confusion leads to Boston College TD (1:12)
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Boston College's Dillon spins into end zone for TD (0:44)
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Boston College scores first with rushing TD (0:37)
28d

BC beats UConn 39-16 in wind and rain at Fenway Park

AJ Dillon rushed for 200 yards and two touchdowns, breaking free on a 48-yard run and a 53-yard score on Saturday night to lead Boston College to a 39-16 victory over UConn on the wet and worn-out turf at Fenway Park.

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Boston College scores on pick-six (0:30)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College coach Steve Addazio on losing quarterback Anthony Brown: "I felt devastated for Anthony. I love the kid. He's going to be a special player in the conference. ... Now we'll be a different team, but we'll still be a good team. What teams do like families do, they rally togehter and they pick it up. That's what we're going to do here."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown will miss the rest of the season with a right leg injury sustained in Saturday's loss to NC State. Brown, a redshirt freshman who started BC's first 10 games, will undergo surgery. "He's a big part of the future of our program, and he's a great competitor," coach Steve Addazio said. "He'll be back ready to roll next year." Darius Wade will start Saturday against Connecticut.

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BC QB Brown leaves with noncontact leg injury

Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown, who left the game after a noncontact injury, was on crutches after the Eagles' loss to NC State.

Team Stats

Passing Yards162.8
Rushing Yards224.2
Points For26.2
Points Against22.536th