The 2017 college football season has the potential for serious consequences at Boston College. The Eagles enter the final season of head coach Steve Addazio’s “Five-Year Plan” with their toughest schedule in years. Addazio must navigate the most competitive conference in the country armed with a pair of inexperienced quarterbacks. But the defense, led by star pass rushers Harold Landry and Zach Allen, is ready to pick up the slack if needed. And lurking in the backfield is BC’s secret weapon: A.J. Dillon, the first four-star recruit since 2014 and the future of the program.
Riley Overend, Sports Editor
The Right Call School and a dream of playing professional sports almost made Zach Allen quit football forever. A visit with his high school coach, and a voicemail to his dad, stopped him.
Born in the Offseason Last summer, Harold Landry trained tirelessly to become the nation's sack leader. This summer, he became a father.
Old School, New Team Freshman A.J. Dillon is a running back built like a linebacker—an endangered species in today's college football.