- Boston College had a lackluster performance against Holy Cross, struggling on both offense and defense
- Penalties and mistakes hindered BC's chances of securing a bigger lead
- Coach Heff Hafley expressed frustration and a need for improvement in the team's performance
Boston College’s recent football game against Holy Cross didn’t provide much insight into the team’s performance. Although BC scored some touchdowns, their offense struggled against an FCS defense and was plagued by penalties. The defense also had difficulties containing Holy Cross’s rushing attack, raising concerns about their upcoming game against FSU. While there were signs of improvement, it remains to be seen if BC can compete with ACC defenses. Coach Hafley expressed anger and motivation during his press conference, but actions on the field are needed to restore belief in the team. With a game against #3 Florida State next, it’s unlikely we’ll learn much in the coming week.
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