The Soaring to Glory Show, Oct. 22, 2014: Buzz off, Avicii. It’s our phrase now. And we need it to describe what will probably be a boring game against Wake Forest.
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Live from the giant hipster basement at 8pm Eastern is this week’s show, where there will be much football to discuss following another close-but-no-cigar loss by the Boston College Eagles, but a chance at redemption is soon to come.
Soaring to Glory Show, Oct. 22, 2014: Beaten By The Clemson
In the offseason, the Clemson game looked like a reach. Last week, it seemed very doable. With two minutes to go in the game, it seemed very doable. And then, it wasn’t. Boston College hung around all game and had a number of chances to get over the hump against the Tigers, but alas, it was not to be.
Kyle and I whine about the Eagles’ missed opportunities.
Soaring to Glory Show, Oct. 22, 2014: On to Winston-Salem
We then spend some time — as much as our constitutions will allow — discussing Boston College’s upcoming game with the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, a game the Eagles absolutely have to have.
As of last night, Boston College were 12-point road favorites against the team with the nation’s worst offense.
Question to ponder: Realistically, how many points is it going to take Boston College to win? (This will also be answered in 5 Big Questions tomorrow morning.)
Soaring to Glory Show, Oct. 22, 2014: Back on Track
Jerry York and the boys got a nice win out in Rochester last weekend, and they play their home opener on Friday night. Hockey is going to be just fine, but we’ll repeat it for the bridge-jumpers after UMass-Lowell.
Soaring to Glory Show, Oct. 22, 2014: Join the Fun
Listen to the show on WVBC at 8pm Eastern tonight.
- Click the following link to stream live.
- Tune to channel 47 on Boston College cable on-campus.