2014 Boston College Football: Louisville Gameday Morning


It is Louisville gameday morning at Boston College, leading up to tonight’s second-to-last home game for the Eagles this season.

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The Boston College Eagles return home triumphantly after several weeks on the road, getting their fifth and sixth wins to seal up bowl eligibility for another year. Their mission now is to continue to do damage within the Atlantic Coast Conference and hit the end of the season with as much forward momentum as they can gain.

If the Eagles are able to take down Louisville tonight and get to 7-3, it will be another sign of just how far they have come, though beating the Cardinals will not be an easy task. Louisville’s stout defense should present its fair share of issues, though the Boston College defense is hardly underperforming.

Every additional win the Eagles at this point would be a bonus. Your Boston College-Louisville gameday info, as the Eagles play with the house’s money:

7:15pm Eastern

ESPN2 (Bob Wischusen, Matt Millen, Quint Kessenich)

WEEI 93.7FM/Sirius 108/XM 194 (Jon Meterparel, Pete Cronan, Scott Mutryn)

Alumni Stadium/Shea Field Lots Open At
4:15pm Eastern

Louisville Gameday Weather

  • 4pm (tailgate): Mostly sunny, 45 (SW 8mph)
  • 7pm (near kickoff): Party cloudy, 41 (SSW 6mph)
  • 11pm (leaving): Mostly cloudy, 40 (SSW 7mph)

Coat or jacket highly recommended.

Morning Line
Louisville -3

WZBC Sports Pregame
Soaring to Glory associate editor and WZBC Sports co-director Kyle Egan and his crew will be opposite Alumni Stadium Gate E, by the Plex tennis courts, doing their WZBC Sports pregame show during the tailgate. Stop by and grab a microphone.

Connect with Soaring to Glory on Louisville Gameday
Live thread: A post will go up at 4pm Eastern for fan interaction, questions, comments, and more.

Live tweeting: @SoaringtoGlory (editor Joe reporting live from Alumni Stadium, Section YY with pithy commentary)

Possible additional commentary from the student section from Kyle Egan, @kylepegan, and from the somewhere else in the stadium by Andrew DeStefano, @Andrew_BC2012.