Here are the guys who stood out the most in Notre Dame's 10th win of the season:
Everett Golson, QB: The first-year starter continued his ascent Saturday, methodically picking BC's defense apart. He finished the night 16 of 24 for 200 yards and two touchdowns, and he added 39 yards and another score on 11 carries. No turnovers and a 3-for-3 performance in the red zone, too.
Theo Riddick, RB: Fumble aside, the senior delivered for the Irish, both on the ground and through the air. Riddick finished with 104 yards rushing on 18 carries and hauled in four passes for 56 yards.
Prince Shembo, LB: Shembo has been overshadowed by Manti Te'o and Stephon Tuitt, but he is having himself one heck of a season. He finished Saturday with three sacks and four tackles for loss in all, recovering a fumble as well.
Bennett Jackson, CB: He's probably kicking himself for dropping what looked like a pick-six in the first half, but he had a great game nonetheless. The junior finished with a team-high eight tackles, including one for loss, and he had two break-ups as well.