Season:

2009 Boston College Eagles Football Schedule


Final Record: 8-5, 5-3 (ACC)
Date   Opponent Result Tickets
Saturday
Sep. 5
Huskies Northeastern Huskies
Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, MA
Won 54-0
Saturday
Sep. 12
Golden Flashes Kent State Golden Flashes
Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, MA
Won 34-7
Saturday
Sep. 19
Tigers at Clemson Tigers
Memorial Stadium, Clemson, SC
Lost 25-7
Saturday
Sep. 26
Demon Deacons Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, MA
Won 27-24
(OT)
Saturday
Oct. 3
Seminoles Florida State Seminoles
Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, MA
Won 28-21
Saturday
Oct. 10
Hokies at Virginia Tech Hokies
Lane Stadium, Blacksburg, VA
Lost 48-14
Saturday
Oct. 17
Wolfpack NC State Wolfpack
Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, MA
Won 52-20
Saturday
Oct. 24
Fighting Irish at Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Lost 20-16
Saturday
Oct. 31
Chippewas Central Michigan Chippewas
Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, MA
Won 31-10
Saturday
Nov. 7
Open Date
Saturday
Nov. 14
Cavaliers at Virginia Cavaliers
Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, VA
Won 14-10
Saturday
Nov. 21
Tar Heels North Carolina Tar Heels
Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, MA
Lost 31-13
Saturday
Nov. 28
Terrapins at Maryland Terrapins
Byrd Stadium, College Park, MD
Won 19-17
2009 Emerald Bowl
Saturday
Dec. 26
Trojans USC Trojans
AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA
Lost 24-13

Boston College Headlines

    1. Z Man
      January 14, 2017 at 5:54 pm

      The ACC’s profile in football has been raised by Clemson’s national title.

      UConn and Cincinnati should definitely join the conference now.

      • Shep
        January 16, 2017 at 9:11 am

        That would imply that the ACC was not good enough for UConn and Cincy to join previously… which is most certainly not the case. ACC can wait out the eventual Big XII implosion and see if there’s anything better to grab from the clearance sale.

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    1. lost in Va.
      January 11, 2017 at 8:00 pm

      CCU wins 2/3 of that series……good though that KU will go to a 19,000 seat venue for an OOC game..

    2. Dave
      January 12, 2017 at 2:55 pm

      I cannot wait for the 2018 game with Rutgers. It could be build as the showdown to see who is the worst P5 team in America for that season. Ticket prices could go below matinee prices for a second run movie.

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    1. Frank Armour
      January 10, 2017 at 7:22 pm

      A correction. The road game at Miami was canceled by Rutgers at a cost of $100,000 to allow the BC game to be played. It will not be rescheduled. Rutger has two opening to be filled on its OOC schedule.

    2. Dave
      January 11, 2017 at 2:59 pm

      This is a good deal for Rutgers, If Boston College stinks, then it give Rutgers a remote possibility of winning a P5 OOC game. Rutgers should never again schedule teams like Washington which they did in 2014 knowing full well that giving Chris Petersen 3 years to get Washington to the next level would result in a bloodbath for Rutgers before the Big 10 season and further cement Rutgers into the sub basement of college football rankings. Expect another route in 2017 when Washington comes to New Jersey in September before Rutgers gets dismantled by the likes of Michigan Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State just like 2016. There is no reason to believe and no evidence in the offing that Rutgers will ever be a serious player in the Big 10-certainly 120 years of mediocrity supports that thesis.

    3. Tony
      January 11, 2017 at 3:33 pm

      Still hoping Rutgers and Princeton gets done in 2019 for 150th anniversary of first college game. Nov 9 is days from the anniversary and both have open date that day. If they’re going play Norfolk State or Howard might as well play Princeton for its FCS game. Ivy havent played a played a power 5 team in 30 years though . ( Cornell at Stanford around 1990

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    1. Shep
      December 2, 2016 at 12:07 pm

      What a crowd!

    2. lost in Va.
      December 2, 2016 at 1:28 pm

      good matchup……schools only 4 hours apart.

    3. Ryan
      December 2, 2016 at 4:42 pm

      College football needs more match ups like this in the Northeast. The Big Ten’s Rutgers, Penn St, and Maryland need more games against the ACC’s Pitt, Syracuse, and Boston College. Working in teams like WVU, UConn, and Temple would be nice too.

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    1. Timothy Ameis
      October 16, 2016 at 1:57 am

      Good luck to Boston College. You will need it!!!

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