2004 BC Football Season Preview

Click inside for a preview of your 2004 Boston College Eagles. Also inside is an index of TheInsiders.com's network-wide 2004 College Football Preview.
August 10, 2004

2004 BC NFL Draft Preview

Last year the Eagles had three players selected on day two of the NFL Draft. This year, with guard Chris Snee projected to go much earlier in the draft, BC fans will be tuning in to see where the standout lineman may end up. A look at the BC players who should get drafted, scouting reports on them, and where they may end up in the draft.
April 24, 2004

San Francisco Diary: Part 4

"Welcome to the conclusion of my four-part diary chronicling the trip to San Francisco for the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl between Boston College and Colorado State."
January 2, 2004

BC Wins Fourth Straight Bowl

BC wrapped up their 2003 football season Wednesday night defeating the Colorado State Rams by a score of 35-21 in the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl. The game was highlighted by big plays on offense by <b>Paul Peterson</b> and <b>Larry Lester</b>, a trio of interceptions by <b>T.J. Stancil</b>, and three touchdown scores for <b>Derrick Knight</b> in a solid all-around effort by the Eagles.
January 1, 2004

San Francisco Diary: Part Three

After a day of sleeping off the 24-hour flu that I got yesterday, I return with another installment of the San Francisco Diaries. With the bowl game tonight only hours away, there is plenty to talk and speculate about. Today, I will recap yesterday's press conference and give my prediction/preview of the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl.
December 31, 2003

Seniors Reflect on BC Careers

It's hard to believe that in less than two weeks a number of BC Eagles will be playing their final games in the maroon and gold. Fifth-year seniors such as <b>Doug Goodwin, Augie Hoffmann,</b> and <b>Derrick Knight</b> have been a part of five consecutive bowl teams, something no other group of five-year players can boast. I recently spoke to them about their experiences at Boston College, asking each player what memories stood out most.
December 22, 2003