Boston College defeated Maryland to win their first bowl game since 2007. The Eagles charged to a 29-13 halftime lead and held on for a 36-30 victory. The BC defense gave up 357 total yards but made up for it with many big plays. The Eagle defense recorded 8 sacks, 14 tackles for lost yardage, an interception and 3 fumble recoveries (one for a TD by Kevin Kavalec). The BC offense did some nice things in the first half including a touchdown pass from Jeff Smith to Patrick Towles. Michael Walker and Tommy Sweeney each had a TD reception. The Eagles finished with a 7-6 record for the third time in four years under Steve Addazio.
2016 BC Football Notes (updated 1/10/2017)
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Boston College: 2016 NCAA Rankings
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|Sep 3||GA Tech 17 BC 14||(0-1)|
|Sep 10||BC 26 UMass 7||(1-1)|
|Sep 17||VA Tech 49 BC 0||(1-2)|
|Sep 24||BC 42 Wagner 10||(2-2)|
|Oct 1||BC 35 Buffalo 3||(3-2)|
|Oct 7||Clemson 56 BC 10||(3-3)|
|Oct 22||Syracuse 28 BC 20||(3-4)|
|Oct 29||BC 21 NC State 14||(4-4)|
|Nov 5||L'ville 52 BC 7||(4-5)|
|Nov 11||FSU 45 BC 7||(4-6)|
|Nov 19||BC 30 UConn 0||(5-6)|
|Nov 26||BC 17 Wake 14||(6-6)|
|Dec 26||BC 36 Maryland 30||(7-6)|
|TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE|
2016 BC Football MVP