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2018 Schedule
7-3, 3rd in ACC - Atlantic

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College coach Steve Addazio said starting QB Anthony Brown is day to day with an abdominal injury sustained on the Eagles' first possession against Clemson. RB AJ Dillon's status (ankle) is similar to last week. Addazio is hopeful to get Dillon into practice more by the end of the week.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College coach Steve Addazio said quarterback Anthony Brown is hospitalized with an "internal" injury (Addazio declined to elaborate). Running back AJ Dillon tweaked his ankle injury during the game. "He's nowhere near 100 percent," Addazio said. "He's just not."

Clemson handles BC, clinches ACC Atlantic (2:06)
0:22

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson defensive lineman Christian Wilkins on what went into the defense's success against Boston College.

1:34

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney credits Boston College's defense and praises his freshman QB Trevor Lawrence for handling a tough environment.

0:21

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Clemson players greet fans after their 27-7 win over No. 17 Boston College. The Tigers out-gained the Eagles 424-113 and had 19 first downs to just 8 for BC.

Dabo 'thankful' to clinch another division title (2:10)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College RB AJ Dillon appears to be done for the night after being shaken up at the end of the Eagles' previous possession.

Rodgers evades tacklers on punt return TD (0:48)
Lawrence waltzes in for TD on keeper (0:32)
Clemson on top of Boston College at the half (1:37)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

A strange first half in Chestnut Hill ends with Clemson leading 13-7. The Tigers have out-gained Boston College 260-24 and run 18 more plays than the Eagles. But an aggressive and stingy BC defense has limited damage. The Eagles now must find something that works on offense with QB Anthony Brown out and RB AJ Dillon ineffective (8 carries, 27 yards). Clemson starting left tackle Mitch Hyatt left the game late in the first half with an unknown injury.

Boston College recovers controversial muffed punt (0:58)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College needs to find something soon on offense, but its defense has been very solid so far in limiting damage. Clemson has 212 yards behind efficient QB Trevor Lawrence, but it has struggled in the red zone and in short-yardage situations (50 rush yards on 14 carries). Linebackers Connor Strachan and Max Richardson have been especially active.

Brown leaves game after taking hard hit (0:46)
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BC QB Brown hospitalized with 'internal' injury

Boston College starting quarterback Anthony Brown left Saturday's game against No. 2 Clemson because of an upper-body injury sustained on the Eagles' first possession.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

EJ Perry takes over for the injured Anthony Brown at quarterback for Boston College. There's no word yet on Brown, who hit the turf hard after being pressured by Christian Wilkins. Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, meanwhile, is already 10-of-11 for 123 yards and a touchdown.

Lawence lobs perfect TD pass to Richard (0:27)
Walker returns punt to the house (0:38)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College takes the early lead on a 74-yard punt return by Michael Walker. Clemson's special teams, undoubtedly the team's Achilles' heel for years, surfaces again as BC cleared out an entire half of the field for Walker to sprint down.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College RB AJ Dillon (ankle) looked good in warmups and will start tonight. How much he plays — and how effective he is — remains to be seen.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The O'Rourke-McFadden Trophy, a throwback to the leather helmet days, at stake tonight between Clemson and Boston College.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Trevor Lawrence takes the field at Boston College.

Team Stats

Passing Yards203.589th
Rushing Yards203.939th
Points For34.232nd
Points Against24.450th