ACC & BC Weekly Update

FSU hoping for last BCS title game hurrah

florida stateSomehow there is a sense of completeness that would make sense if Florida State managed to hang on to its No. 2 slot in the BCS standings and play for the final BCS national championship in Pasadena on January 6th.


Post season has begun for BC

bcThe elite teams in college football are focusing on BCS rankings and major bowl games.
The next level of teams wants post season play as part of their holiday package.
And then there is Boston College.


Canes as a 3 TD underdog vs FSU?

thWhat’s going on here?
No. 3 Florida State vs. No. 6 Miami. Two unbeaten Atlantic Coast Conference rivals. ESPN’s Game Day crew in Tallahassee on Saturday.
Doesn’t get any better than that does it?


BC ready for second half push

bcSecond half of the season. Fresh start. Regroup.

Bad teams generally use this method of thinking. Or teams that need extra boosts to get through a rugged season.
And then there is Boston College.


ACC has Prime Time spotlight

thAt the mid-season mark, the Atlantic Coast Conference is having a very good year.
How else to describe, not only this week’s No. 3 vs. No. 5 battle between Clemson and Florida State, but the inclusion of former national power Miami back into the Top 10, at No. 10.


Can Eagles soar towards a bowl bid?

thThis much we know about Boston College.
The Eagles have won 3 games, which is one more than they won last season.
Andre Williams is the leading rusher in the ACC and in the country, a statistic that will get tested on Saturday at Clemson.
This is what could happen, even if you project a loss against the No.3 ranked Tigers–they are 3 TD favorites.