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2016 Schedule
7-6, 6th in ACC - Atlantic
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Harold Landry a top return for Eagles

A difference maker for the Boston College defense, Landry's 16.5 sacks easily broke the Eagles' season record. The defensive end also led the nation with seven forced fumbles. Top 25 returning players (Insider)

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2dJared Shanker

ACC's top 25 returning players in 2017

Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson and a bevy of Florida State Seminoles lead the top 25 returning players in the ACC.

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11dDavid M. Hale

Clemson's stars highlight ACC All-Bowl team

It's certainly not the biggest prize they've won this week, but members of national champion Clemson dominate the bowl season All-ACC team.

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12dDavid M. Hale

Positions of need: Boston College

To be competitive with the best teams on their schedule, the Eagles must find improvement at the offensive skill positions and in the secondary.

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Addazio involved in championship MegaCast

Boston College coach Steve Addazio will take part in the Coaches Film Room broadcast during Monday night's national championship game. 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPNews/WatchESPN

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13dBrett McMurphy

Source: BC DE Landry to return for senior season

Boston College defensive end Harold Landry, who was considering declaring early for the NFL Draft, will return for his senior season, a source told Brett McMurphy.

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ACC rules bowl season

Is the ACC the best conference in college football? An 8-3 bowl season and Clemson's demolition of Ohio State put the conference in the spotlight.

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19dAndrea Adelson

All hail the ACC, the new king of bowl season

For years, the ACC fought the idea that it wasn't on par with the SEC or Big Ten. But its 2016 bowl record is further proof the landscape has changed.

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Has the ACC already won bowl season?

The ACC can finish no worse than 8-4 in bowl games, but the SEC can still finish with an 8-5 record and a national championship. A 5-5 record is within reach for the Big Ten.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

BC coach Steve Addazio is at today's Fiesta Bowl "as a dad," he said. His son, Louie, is a GA for Ohio State. Addazio was Urban Meyer's longtime assistant at Florida.

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Boston College scored 36 points in its bowl win. The Eagles averaged 9.9 points per game in Power 5 matchups this season (2nd-worst among Power 5 teams).

Boston College fends off Maryland to win Quick Lane Bowl (1:05)
Towles makes key plays when needed for Boston College (1:46)
Postgame interview with BC defensive end Harold Landry (1:39)
Addazio excited by Boston College's bowl victory (2:17)
Postgame interview with BC head coach Steve Addazio (1:43)

Jacobs clears BC defense for Terps TD

Maryland's Levern Jacobs adjusts to grab the ball, then dodges two Boston College defenders to score a 52-yard touchdown. The Terps now trail 36-27 in the third quarter.


Maryland's Morgan gets easy 63-yard TD

Teldrick Mogan goes deep and catches the pass, then runs past a hobbled Boston College defender to score. The Terrapins trail Boston College 36-20 in the third quarter.


BC recovers fumble for defensive TD

Ty Johnson gets the handoff deep in Maryland territory, but is hit hard by Boston College's Noa Merritt. The ball bounces backwards and is recovered by Kevin Kavalec for an Eagles defensive touchdown.


Eagles extend lead with 49-yard TD

Boston College QB Patrick Towles connects with Michael Walker along the sideline for a 49-yard touchdown. After a flag on the PAT, BC misses its second attempt. Boston College leads Maryland 29-13 at the half.

BC recovers fumble for defensive TD (0:58)