After watching large portions of 48 NCAA Tournament games played Thursday-Sunday, Frank Burlison thinks he has a pretty good idea as to who the Most Valuable Players were at each site. Let's see if you agree with him.
After a thrilling double overtime win against 13th seeded Pacific, the Boston College Eagles rolled over Montana by a score of 69-56 to reach their first sweet sixteen of the Al Skinner era.
After nearly winning the ACC Tournament, the Eagles- despite being given a four seed- are a legitimate threat to make it to Indianapolis.
Behind a combined 44 points from Craig Smith and Jared Dudley, the Boston College Eagles beat North Carolina to advance to the finals of their first-ever ACC Tournament.
BC will tip-off against the North Carolina Tar Heels at 4 PM Eastern time on Saturday.
The Boston College Eagles will play their first-ever ACC Tournament game Friday night at 9:30. It's the latest game scheduled on the second day of the tournament, so the boys from Chestnut Hill will have more time than anyone to prepare for their quarterfinals matchup.
In a game that BC head coach Al Skinner called "a tale of two halves," the Eagles escaped with a 59-57 win Saturday in their last regular season game of the year.
In their second to last game of the regular season, Boston College was led by their two stars, Craig Smith and Jared Dudley, in an 80-65 victory over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.