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The Boston College Eagles football team is the collegiate football program of Boston College. The team is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, a Division I Bowl Subdivision (formerly known as Division I-A) league governed by the NCAA. Boston College is one of only two Catholic universities that field a team in the Football Bowl Subdivision, the other being Notre Dame.

The Eagles’ home games are played at Alumni Stadium on the Boston College campus in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. n recent years, Notre Dame has become one of BC’s football rivals. Notre Dame  is the only other Catholic university playing NCAA Division I FBS football. The match up was dubbed the “Holy War” in 1975, and has acquired a number of other nicknames over the years. The two teams battle for the Frank Leahy Memorial Bowl and the Ireland Trophy.

Boston College Eagles Online News

  • 2012 Football Schedule Announced
    Four home games against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents Miami (Sept. 1), Clemson (Sept. 29), Maryland (Oct. 27) and Virginia Tech (Nov. 17) and two visits from non-league opponents - Maine (Sept. 8) and Notre Dame (Nov. 10) - highlight the 2012 Boston College football schedule, the league announced on Monday.
  • NCAA Denies Momah's Appeal for Sixth Year
    The NCAA has denied Boston College's appeal for a sixth year of eligibility for wide receiver Ifeanyi Momah, who suffered a season-ending left knee injury in the first game of the 2011 season.
  • Harris Out For Spring Practice
    Boston College football coach Frank Spaziani announced today that senior running back Montel Harris will not participate in spring practice due to a re-aggravation of the left knee injury that sidelined him for much of last season.
  • Three Football Players Earn 2011 All-ACC Academic Team Honors
    Three Boston College players - offensive tackle Emmett Cleary, defensive back Hampton Hughes and wide receiver Bobby Swigert - have each earned 2011 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Football Team honors, according to league announcement made on Wednesday.
  • Spaziani Announces Three Additions To Coaching Staff
    Boston College Coach Frank Spaziani has announced three additions to the football coaching staff.
  • Football's Divitto Used Winter Break to Get Edge for 2012 Season
    The sophomore linebacker spent one week building homes in New Orleans through Operation Helping Hands and two weeks training at Athletes' Performance in Phoenix, Ariz.
  • Mike Poidomani Named Football Strength & Conditioning Coach
    Boston College Coach Frank Spaziani has named Mike Poidomani Head Coach for Strength and Conditioning for the BC football program.
  • Football Announces Class Of 2016
    Boston College football announced the 16 members of the class of 2016 today, a group that includes players from six different states and one Canadian province.
  • Eagles & Super Bowl XLVI
    Boston College is the most represented collegiate football program in Super Bowl XLVI.
  • CB Donnie Fletcher To Participate In Senior Bowl
    Boston College defensive back Donnie Fletcher will get to don his maroon and gold helmet one final time as a member of the North squad in the 2012 Senior Bowl. Fletcher has officially accepted an invitation to the senior showcase event, it was announced today. The 63rd Senior Bowl is scheduled for 3pm (CT) on Saturday, January 28th in Mobile's Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The game and all practices will be televised by NFL Network.
  • AstroTurf Coming to Alumni Stadium
    Boston College officials have announced that they have selected a new, state-of-the-art, custom-designed AstroTurf surface to be installed this spring in Alumni Stadium. BC will replace its existing artificial surface with an AstroTurf GameDay Grass 3D60H field.
  • Kuechly To Enter NFL Draft
    Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly announced Friday evening he will forego his senior season and enter the upcoming National Football League draft.
  • Spaziani Names Jim Bollman Offensive Line Coach/Running Game Coordinator
    Jim Bollman, who served as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for 10 seasons (2001-11) at Ohio State, has been named offensive line coach/running game coordinator at Boston College, according to an announcement made by head coach Frank Spaziani on Friday.
  • Spaziani Names Doug Martin Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach
    Doug Martin, who served as head coach and offensive coordinator for seven seasons (2004-10) at Kent State, has been named offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach, according to an announcement made by Boston College head coach Frank Spaziani on Thursday.
  • Special Teams Coach Mike Dawson Resigns
    Boston College special teams coach Mike Dawson has announced he will be leaving the football staff effective January 1 to pursue opportunities outside of football.
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