Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Ryan McGee discuss BC's win on Thursday (4:00), Week 3's biggest games (14:05) and more. Plus, Wright Thompson & John T. Edge discuss their new show "True South" (31:01), Walk-Ons (44:46) & Extra Points (53:34).
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Anthony Brown threw two of his career-high five touchdown passes to Jeff Smith, and Boston College beat Wake Forest 41-34 on Thursday night in a game that started two hours early with Hurricane Florence approaching.
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- Schools in Carolinas, Virginia monitoring Florence
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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
To recap CFB games being affected by Hurricane Florence. Cancelled: UCF at North Carolina, West Virginia at NC State. Moved earlier in day: Boston College at Wake Forest (now 5:30 p.m. ET Thursday on ESPN). Moved up: Coastal Carolina at Campbell (now Wednesday). Still on but being monitored: Marshall at South Carolina, Georgia Southern at Clemson, Old Dominion at Charlotte
The UCF-UNC, WVU-NC State, ECU-Va. Tech football games are among those cancelled due to Hurricane Florence, while the B.C.-Wake Forest kickoff has been moved up Thursday.
With Hurricane Florence bearing down on the Carolinas' coastline, conferences and schools are monitoring the strengthening storm's progress and exploring contingencies for games this week.
AJ Dillon ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns in less than a quarter, and Boston College beat old, in-state rival Holy Cross 62-14 Saturday in the schools' first meeting in 32 years.
Anthony Brown threw for 279 yards and four touchdowns while playing just the opening half in his return from a season-ending knee injury, and Boston College opened its 120th season with a 55-21 victory over in-state rival Massachusetts on Saturday.
Preseason all-ACC team, players to watch, words from the ACC commissioner and everything you need to know for the start of the season.
Oftentimes that brutal stretch in the middle can be the difference between a successful or disappointing season.