7:00 PM EST, Fri November 28, 2014
Boston Herald 2 hours ago
BC QB Tyler Murphy goes for ACC rush record vs Syracuse

BC QB Tyler Murphy goes for ACC rush record vs Syracuse

BOSTON — The records are falling for Boston College quarterback Tyler Murphy.He broke Doug Flutie's school record for rushing yards by a quarterback — set by the Heisman Trophy winner in four years — in just nine games. Murphy surpassed the 1,000-yard milestone in Week 10.And now he needs just 3 yards on the ground for Boston College (6-5, 3-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) against Syracuse on Saturday to break the ACC's season record for yards rushing by a QB. Murphy has run for 10 touchdowns while also throwing for 1,366 yards and 10 scores.
Boston Herald 14 hours ago
Syracuse looking to end season on high note against Boston College

Syracuse looking to end season on high note against Boston College

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — This was not the season Scott Shafer envisioned after leading Syracuse to a bowl game victory last year as a rookie head coach.And no one could have foreseen all the injuries that derailed a promising start and sent the Orange (3-8, 1-6 Atlantic Coast Conference) plummeting in the ACC. The team's injury list reached a dozen players the past few weeks, many of them key performers.

Bobby Vardaro, Eagles' O-linemen hope their legacy is linked to BC's turnaround

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- It’s a simple question with a complicated answer. How do you want to be remembered? Just seven words, that question has wide-ranging implications. How you answer says a lot about what you value in life, how you think of yourself and the place in the world you inhabit. That kind of introspection may be more common among the middle-aged and older, sure, but as the end of their college careers approaches, some of Steve Addazio’s Boston College Eagles are contemplating it, as well.
Boston Herald Nov 26, 2014
Cincinnati tops NC Central, 59-50, stays unbeaten

Cincinnati tops NC Central, 59-50, stays unbeaten

CINCINNATI — Octavius Ellis threw down a pair of dunks midway through the first half to spark Cincinnati into the lead en route to a 59-50 win over North Carolina Central Tuesday night.Ellis got his first jam with the score tied at 11-11 to give the Bearcats the lead. He then fed Farad Cobb for a 3-pointer and emphasized the point with a second dunk to make it 18-13.Gary Clark finished with 12 points to lead the unbeaten Bearcats (4-0), with Ellis adding another 11 points. Both pulled down a game-high eight rebounds as Cincinnati out-boarded the Eagles, 33-15.

Three-and-out: BC prepping for Syracuse

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. -- Coming off a near-miss against No. 3 Florida State, the Eagles got back to work before the last game of the regular season with a full-padded practice in Alumni Stadium on Tuesday. Coach Steve Addazio is expecting BC (6-5, 3-4 ACC) to find a tougher game against Syracuse (3-8, 1-6 ACC) than the records might suggest. First down: “You play these games, to me you throw the records out,” the BC coach said Monday.
Boston Herald Nov 25, 2014
BC Notebook: Addazio gears up for longtime rival

BC Notebook: Addazio gears up for longtime rival

Coach Steve Addazio wants to see the Boston College-Syracuse rivalry regain its once prominent place in Eastern college football.The former Big East adversaries met for the first time in Atlantic Coast Conference play last season inside the Carrier Dome after a nine-year hiatus.Capping an intense day on the gridiron, Syracuse prevailed, 34-31, on a dramatic, last-minute drive.
Boston Herald Nov 24, 2014
Close doesn’t count

Close doesn’t count

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Boston College coach Steve Addazio reached the limits of his patience after the Eagles’ devastating, 20-17 loss in the final seconds to No. 1 Florida State on Saturday.Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston led a late rally, allowing All-America kicker Roberto Aguayo to deliver the coup de grace with seven seconds remaining. The Seminoles’ 27th consecutive victory was reminiscent of two earlier BC losses to Colorado State and Clemson.
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Dayton hangs on to beat Boston College, 65-53

Dayton hangs on to beat Boston College, 65-53

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Jordan Sibert had 20 points and Dyshawn Pierre added 16 as Dayton held off Boston College 65-53 in the third-place game at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.Dayton (3-1) led for all but 50 seconds of the game, but had to scrap to hold onto their lead in the closing minutes.The Flyers shot just 43 percent from the field, but forced 17 Boston College turnovers.Eddie Odio led Boston College with 11 points. Olivier Hanlan added 10.
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Jameis Winston explains why he moved an official

Jameis Winston explains why he moved an official

Jameis Winston shoved an official out of the way Saturday, although Winston said the contact was not done with intent to harm the referee.FSU’s quarterback appeared to push an official in the second half against Boston College as he tried to hurry up and snap the ball under center. The center judge was behind center Cam Erving, thus in Winston’s way. The center judge put his hand on Winston’s chest to prevent him from getting Erving, and Winston responded by trying to move the official out of the way.

BC came thisclose vs. FSU, but no moral victories

During the week, when asked about traveling to Tallahassee to take on No. 3 Florida State, Steven Daniels said something interesting. “This is our last road game, probably the biggest game of the year on our schedule against the No. 1 team in the nation,” he said. “You actually dream about this as a senior. You want this big battle, this big test. So we’re just gonna go down there and do what we do best.” That’s exactly what the Eagles did, staying stingy on defense and devoted to the run on offense to give themselves a chance at the upset in the fourth quarter.
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Mike Bianchi: In aftermath of FSU shootings, it was easy to root for Seminoles

Mike Bianchi: In aftermath of FSU shootings, it was easy to root for Seminoles

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Go, Florida State!Come on, Jameis!Let’s go, Jimbo!I don’t know about you, but that’s what I wanted to yell when the Florida State Seminoles took the field on Saturday against Boston College.And when kicker Roberto Aguayo booted a 26-yard field goal with three seconds left to give the No. 3-ranked Seminoles a 20-17 victory over the Eagles, I wanted to be right there in the student section, sitting in the pouring rain, doing the tomahawk chop and the war chant and chanting the end of school fight song:
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Out of control: Seminoles, Buckeyes just win, baby

Out of control: Seminoles, Buckeyes just win, baby

Ohio State finally took control of its game against Indiana in the fourth quarter. That was still better than Florida State.As usual, the only time the Seminoles were in control against Boston College was when the game was over.After a week in which game control became a thing — too much of a thing, really — a couple of College Football Playoff contenders gave the selection committee something to think about by taking a while to put away big underdogs.
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Top 25 Capsules

Top 25 Capsules

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Jameis Winston drove top-ranked Florida State 66 yards to put Roberto Aguayo in position for a 26-yard field goal with 3 seconds remaining, and the Seminoles remained perfect with a 20-17 victory over Boston College on Saturday.Florida State (11-0, 8-0 ACC, No. 3 CFP) has been plagued by slow starts throughout the season and the Seminoles went into the fourth quarter tied 17-all with the Eagles (6-5, 3-4). But with less than five minutes left, Winston helped engineer another game-winning drive.
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
BC loses on late field goal

BC loses on late field goal

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Boston College forced Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston to play up to top form when it mattered.The reigning Heisman Trophy winner marched his team 66 yards down the field in the final five minutes and let FSU’s All-American place kicker secure the Seminoles’ 27th consecutive victory.Sophomore Roberto Aguayo drilled a 26-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining to lift the Seminoles to a 20-17 Atlantic Coast Conference victory over BC yesterday at rain swept Doak Campbell Stadium.
Boston Herald Nov 22, 2014
No. 1 Florida State beats Boston College 20-17

No. 1 Florida State beats Boston College 20-17

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Quarterback Jameis Winston led top-ranked Florida State 66 yards to put Roberto Aguayo in position for a 26-yard game-winning field goal with three seconds remaining and the Seminoles remained perfect with a 20-17 victory over Boston College on Saturday.Florida State (11-0, 8-0 ACC, No. 3 CFP) had been plagued by slow starts throughout the season and the Seminoles went into the fourth quarter tied 17-17 with the Eagles. But with less than five minutes left, Winston helped engineer another game-winning drive.