The Boston College Eagles are one of the most storied programs in college football. BC's program has a rich history of success that started back in 1893. Boston College games are played in their on-campus Alumni Stadium, which is an electric place to see a college football game. Over the course of their history BC's two major rivals have been Holy Cross and Notre Dame. Boston College's series with Holy Cross ended in 1986 when Holy Cross changed leagues and cancelled the series. But "The Holy War" between BC and Notre Dame lives each, as their two Catholic universities battle it out for bragging rights. The rivalry is especially fierce because Boston College and Notre Dame are the only two Catholic universities in the country that play Division I-A football. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Boston College Eagles football tickets.
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2018 Boston College Season Preview
We're tired of talking QBs, wide receivers or cornerbacks. Why can't the best player ever be someone like a kicker, punt returner or offensive guard? Did someone say offensive guard? In the case of Boston College, one offensive guard is indeed the best player on the Eagle's squad, and his name is Chris Lindstrom. This guy at 6-4, 298 pounds is NFL caliber talent, a grinder who works for everything he gets on that Boston line. Lindstrom has the talent to get a long look by the pros, but he’s not quite big enough to be a top option. Even so, he’s a tough, physical lineman for the ground game and a line that gets back four starters. QB Darius Wade will team up once again with running back Jon Hillman and wide receivers Michael Walker and Jeff Smith, all juniors that bring the experience that will be crucial to making a decent run this year. The Boston College defense will be stout for the Eagles, let's see if the offense line can follow suit. Whether you are planning on cheering on Boston College at Alumni Stadium or supporting the Eagles on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Boston College Eagles tickets, including home and away games.
Boston College Eagles Football at Alumni Stadium Address: 140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, 02467
Boston College plays their home games at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Alumni Stadium is a historic venue that has hosted BC home games since 1957. The capacity at Alumni Stadium for a Boston College football game is approximately 44,500 people. And you can bet that more than 40,000 of those fans will be screaming for the Eagles. The Boston College Eagles home bench is on the Alumni Stadium sideline with sections A-G. Alumni Stadium parking information is covered in our Eagles event guide.
Boston College vs. Notre Dame
Pitting the only remaining Catholic Universities with FBS squads against each other, this clash is known as the “Holy War.” Often referred to as the Irish’s little brother, the Eagles have made this a contentious rivalry as the two have fought like siblings, providing for many unbelievable moments. This is one of the few games in the country to offer two trophies to the champion the “Frank Leahy Memorial Bowl” and the “Ireland Trophy” and has a truly unique atmosphere.
Boston College vs. Holy Cross
This is one of the historic rivalries in college football and was once one of the largest games in New England. Initially this series was passionately contested, but eventually Boston College pulled away as Holy Cross dwindled from being a national and regional power. With Holy Cross moving to the FCS subdivision, the rivalry was officially terminated.
Boston College vs. Syracuse
In the ever-changing college football landscape, many traditional rivalries have sadly been lost. Luckily, this is one that has survived the chaos with both former Big East schools joining the ACC. The Eagles and Orange have met over 45 times dating back to 1924 and have produced some of the best games in the northeast. With Syracuse losing many of its former conference rivalries, this game promises to have even more intensity in the near future.
Boston College Eagles in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and ACC Championship
Boston College, who are nicknamed the “Eagles”, will be fighting to add multiple ACC titles to their resume in the coming years. The Boston College Eagles have an extraordinary double digit bowl game victories and their success from their days in the Big East Conference are well known. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the ACC Championship Game.
2016 Boston College Football Preview
The Boston College Eagles had a disappointing season in 2015 when they finished 3-9 and last place in Atlantic Coast Conference. Coming into 2016, the Eagles will be striving for a return to a bowl game, which they missed out on last season, and improve the weak link of the team: the offense. The offense will be led by new coordinator Scot Loeffler, who has the task of finding a new starting quarterback. The offensive line should see some improvements from no return starters last season to three returning in 2016. A solid force for Boston College has been defense, but with Don Brown's exit, this hole will be crucial to fill. The Eagles start 2016 with more experience and fewer injuries, which should be a recipe for improvement as the season progresses. Top games on the 2016 Boston College Eagles schedule will be against ACC opponents, Florida State and Virginia Tech, as well as rival Notre Dame.
2015 Boston College Football Preview
The Boston College Eagles had a solid season a year ago, winning 7 games and reaching the Pinstripe Bowl. The Eagles come into 2015 with some major new faces on the offensive side of the ball. Sophomore Darius Wade is slated to take over for the Eagles and has the potential to be the Boston College starting quarterback for the next 2 years. The focus of the Eagles offense will likely again fall on the running game, and Jon Hilliman will step into the starting role, after posting an 860 yard season a year ago. Hilliman led the Eagles in touchdowns a season ago, and will likely be featured early and often. The ACC Atlantic division is as wide open as it has been in years, and Boston College will look to take advantage of a forecasted down season for Florida State. Top home games on the Boston College Eagles 2015 football schedule will be against Florida State, Virginia Tech, and Notre Dame.
2014 Boston College Football Preview
Last season the Boston College Eagles had one of the most talented teams the program has fielded in recent years. Running back Andre Williams set Boston College school records for rushing attempts (355) and rushing yards (2,177). Williams and company lead the Eagles to 7 wins and a trip to the AdvoCare V100 Bowl. For Boston College to match that success in 2014, they will need sophomore running back tandem of Myles Willis and Tyler Rouse to step into Williams big shoes. Luckily they will have the help of what should be one of the ACC’s best offensive lines, anchored by returning starters Andy Gallik and Bobby Vardaro. The Eagles have a number of interesting matchup on their schedule. In week 3 USC travels to Alumni Stadium in one of the biggest non-conference games in the ACC. ACC games that should not be missed are October 18th against Clemson, November 8th against ACC newcomer Louisville, and November 22 in Tallahassee against Florida State.
2013 Boston College Football Preview
A new era has started in Boston College with the hiring of Steve Addazio. The first-year head coach will take over a program that lost 10 games for the first time since 1978. It will be an uphill climb at first for Addazio as he tries to change the culture of a football team that compiled a 13-24 record over the last three seasons. The good news for Addazio is that the Eagles will return their quarterback, running back, and top wide receiver in 2013. Senior Chase Rettig enters his 4th year as the starting quarterback and senior receiver Alex Amidon is fresh off of being voted on the All-ACC First Team. The running backs lack depth, but senior Andre Williams returns as the starter of that unit. Addazio will lean on the veterans as he navigates his way through his first season and with home games against Florida State and Virginia Tech, the seniors will need to step up so 2012 is not repeated.
2011 Boston College Football Preview
Few teams have been more consistent in recent memory than Boston College. The Eagles have made the trip to 12 consecutive bowl games, and enjoyed a 7-6 season last year despite an anemic offense. Head coach Frank Spaziani is back for his third year and looks to compete for the ACC crown once again.
The offense struggled last season, and the Eagles relied heavily on their defensive prowess to win games. That will have to change this year, and with nine returning starters they might see some improvement. Sophomore Chase Rettig will lead the way under center, and looks to build on an up and down freshman campaign. Running back Montel Harris will certainly be the focus of the offense after rushing for more than 1,200 yards last year.
The defense should be strong for the Eagles once again. Middle linebacker Luke Kuechly is back a year after leading the ACC in tackles. Luke Kuechly and Max Holloway should be stout on the defensive line, and the secondary is expected to be reliable as well thanks to cornerback Donnie Fletcher.
2010 Boston College Football Preview
The Boston College Eagles have not won a conference title since joining the ACC in 2005, but the powerhouse in inching closer, and 2010 could be the year. The team has now strung together 11 consecutive winning seasons and is just two years removed from a season in which it peaked at #2 in the AP poll and secured the Atlantic Division Championship.
Coming into 2010, it seems clear that BC's play against the ACC's top teams will determine where they finish in the standings. Since joining the competitive conference, the Eagles are 20-2 against teams from outside the ACC.
To help Boston College improve on its second-place finish in the Atlantic Division this season, roommates Montel Harris and Colin Larmond Jr. will need to shoulder much of the load on offense. Harris led the team in rushing last season with 1,457 yards and 14 touchdowns, and Larmond Jr. was typically tasked with blocking for his bunkmate. This season, Larmond Jr. will need to adapt his role to that of star receiver with the departure of Rich Gunnell.
While fans will sweat over every conference game in 2010, perhaps the biggest showdown will take place against BC's arch rival Notre Dame in Chestnut Hill on October 2.