After an agonizing first half, the Boston College football team put forth an excellent second half to pick up it’s first conference win of the season. It still wasn’t all pretty with a couple of turnovers, but the defensive intensity allowed BC to win 27-24 on a go-ahead field goal from Liam Connor.
Jeff Hafley’s team came out exactly how they were throughout last week’s game against Louisville, sleepwalking. The defense allowed UVA’s opening script to easily go 10 plays for 75 yards with only one third down in the process.
Thomas Castellanos and the BC offense would start off by punting, getting picked off on fourth down, and then intercepted once again.