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2017 Schedule
5-5, 4th in ACC - Atlantic

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College coach Steve Addazio on losing quarterback Anthony Brown: "I felt devastated for Anthony. I love the kid. He's going to be a special player in the conference. ... Now we'll be a different team, but we'll still be a good team. What teams do like families do, they rally togehter and they pick it up. That's what we're going to do here."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown will miss the rest of the season with a right leg injury sustained in Saturday's loss to NC State. Brown, a redshirt freshman who started BC's first 10 games, will undergo surgery. "He's a big part of the future of our program, and he's a great competitor," coach Steve Addazio said. "He'll be back ready to roll next year." Darius Wade will start Saturday against Connecticut.

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BC QB Brown leaves with noncontact leg injury

Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown, who left the game after a noncontact injury, was on crutches after the Eagles' loss to NC State.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

After BC's AJ Dillon became the 2nd ACC player this year to top 1,000 yards rushing, Syracuse WR Steve Ishmael became the 1st top top 1,000 receiving.

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Smith dives for TD (0:50)
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Bletzer recovers NC State's lateral (0:27)
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Addazio says Boston College will stick to game plan in 2nd half (0:45)
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NC State's Samuels reaches over pylon for TD (0:29)
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BC's Dillon breaks off 66-yard TD (0:31)
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NC State's Boone gets the tip drill INT (0:30)
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Scott Gimber ESPN 

BC walking down to Alumni Stadium on Senior Day!

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Scott Gimber ESPN 

NC State Has Arrived at Alumni Stadium!

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Scott Gimber ESPN 

A lot of hardware for just one room! BC hosts NC State tomorrow at Noon ET on ABC/ESPN2.

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Scott Gimber ESPN 

Alumni Stadium is looking good for NC State vs BC! Kicks off tomorrow at Noon ET on ABC/ESPN2.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College opened the season 2-4 and coach Steve Addazio promised the turn around would come, and it would be beautiful. Since then, the Eagles have won three straight. "We rallied and had each other's back and had a real firm faith and belief," Addazio said. "We're going to stay steady in the boat. We've good good talent. This thing is going to come together and this thing's going to start bearing fruit. ... I know what the future is, and it's a clear vision now."

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Boston College wins third straight, blows out Florida State (1:12)

Team Stats

Passing Yards165.1114th
Rushing Yards202.734th
Points For23.3109th
Points Against24.0Tied-43rd