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September 13 - Boston College 41-34 at Wake Forest

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Boston College opened with a 55-21 beat down of U.Mass, a game that was 48-7 at halftime. Most significant takeaway was the return of QB Anthony Brown, who completed 15-of-21 passes for 279 yards and 4 TDs in the 1st half in his first action since suffering a knee injury late last season. The Eagles are a dangerous offensive team with the redshirt soph providing aerial support to a ground game powered by ACC Preseason Player of the Year AJ Dillon, who gained 98 yards in the opener and 149 yards on just 6 carries in last week's 62-14 blowout of overmatched Holy Cross.


Note - Brown threw for a career-high 304 yards and 5 TDs, while Dillon ran for 185 yards


Wake Forest, like BC, is also 2-0, but lucky to be so, as the Demon Deacons needed OT to beat Tulane, 23-17, in their road opener before trouncing Towson 51-20 last weekend at home. The Deacs' D was really tested by the Green Way, who gained 436 yards with the big concern being 281 of them coming via the air by an opponent that does most of its damage on the ground.


Coming into the season the big question for Wake was at quarterback because projected starter Kendall Hinton was suspended for the first 3 games. Now who knows if he'll even get the job back because true freshman Sam Hartman was 31 for 51 for 378 yards and 2 TDs against Tulane and 17 for 27 for 242 yards and 2 more TDs vs. Towson. For good measure he's also rushed for 64 yards in the Deacons' up-tempo offense.


So why is Wake the underdog in this spot? Number of reasons, actually. First, BC was 7-1 ATS in ACC action last year. Second, BC is the better defensive team and this is the first time Hartman is going to be tested. Third, the Deacons have committed five turnovers already with Hartman being picked off three times, and with today's game potentially impacted by windy conditions caused Hurricane Florence, that would seemingly favor the team with the better ground game, Boston College, who has the best player on the field in Dillon.


The Eagles' ground game in less-than-ideal conditions is the difference as the road team wins for the fifth straight year in this series. BC by a TD. 


Final Score: BC 41-34




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