Game 9: Boston College-Binghamton Basketball Gameday


Fresh off of their third win in a row, Boston College is looking to make it four on Binghamton basketball gameday.

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Granted, the opponent is minor, but this is an Eagles team which has not experienced a four-game win streak since near the end of the 2012-13 season. And, being completely honest, it’s better than a four-game losing streak.

Binghamton — boy, they’re bad. The Bearcats enter this game with a 1-10 record, having lost eight in a row. Notre Dame beat them by 43 in their season opener, Army beat them by 26, Cornell beat them by 14, Penn beat them by 12 — hell, some Division II school named Caldwell beat them by 11 for their first-ever win over a D-I school. They average just under 58 points per contest and they would appear to be dreadful in all elements of the game.

The Maine game had people a little concerned, seeing as how the Black Bears are a very bad team that the Eagles could not put away. Binghamton is even worse, so anything less than a 20-point win here might do similarly.

If this were a college football game, it would not only be lucky to be a noon kickoff on Saturday on ESPN3, it would be lucky to not somehow be slotted at 9am. There will not be a big crowd at Conte Forum for this one, but Soaring to Glory will be in the house with live updates and reaction.

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Boston College-Binghamton Basketball Gameday:
Game #9 Info

1:00pm Eastern

Conte Forum, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts


BC IMG Sports Network (Online link)
(Jon Meterparel, Danya Abrams)

Records and Rankings
Boston College is unranked and 5-3 on the season. On Thursday, they defeated the Maine Black Bears, 85-74, for their third win in a row.

Binghamton is 1-10 on the year, having lost eight in a row. On Thursday night, the Bearcats lost at Colgate, 65-44.

Most Recent Results vs. Binghamton Basketball
First-ever meeting between Boston College and Binghamton.