BC Holds off Seminoles

The Eagles have made their mark on the ACC. Having already felled perennial Atlantic Coast powerhouses Clemson and Virginia Tech, BC dropped the king of the conference on Saturday when Larry Anam intercepted a Hail Mary attempt by Florida State as time ran out.
October 22, 2006

Midseason Awards: Offense

In a perfect world, the half-way point of BC's season will occur after their tilt against Florida State this weekend, as optimally the Eagles can play a total of 14 games this season. For our purposes, we will call the first six games of 2006 the "first half" and take a look at the Eagles who stood out.
October 18, 2006

Top-Five Performers: BYU

"I was kind of upset about that one," Robinson said about not getting into the end zone on the 79-yarder. "I don't know what happened [laughs]. I thought I was [alone], but the corner was just a little faster than I was and he got me. So kudos to him."
September 19, 2006

Two-deep Breakdown: Defense

Youth will be served on the defensive side of the ball, especially in the secondary, where two true freshmen crack the two-deep and two more second-year players are still in competition for the starting safety spot opposite Jamie Silva.
August 28, 2006

Two-deep Breakdown: Offense

The preseason is over and Tom O'Brien has released the two-deep depth chart for Thursday's season opener at Central Michigan. And there are a few surprises. First we'll take a look at the depth chart for the offense.
August 27, 2006

Previewing the Two-Deep

With Head Coach Tom O'Brien set to address the media on Friday afternoon where he will reveal the two-deep for BC's season opener against Central Michigan, EagleInsider.com takes a look at what the two-deep might look like versus the Chippewas.
August 23, 2006

Gonzo Will Be Go-To Guy

"The beauty of the Matt Ryan offense is that no receiver is off-limits. Gonzalez will be the one with the most receptions and yards when all is said and done. He's the most reliable, he's the most experienced, and he'll be the centerpiece of most of the passing plays."
August 18, 2006

Breakthrough Player #1: Brandon Robinson

When Robinson came to Boston College, he was considered one of the best athletes in the nation and, by many, the best recruit out of Minnesota that year. Two years later, he'll finally have the chance to show BC fans what he can do.
July 7, 2006