- 2013 all-Atlantic Coast Conference football teams Updated: Dec-02-13 6:09 pm
- Hunt stuns BC with late TD as Syracuse wins 34-31 Updated: Nov-30-13 7:25 pm
- Maryland falls to Boston College 29-26 Updated: Nov-23-13 8:39 pm
- Boston College beats Maryland 29-26 on final play Updated: Nov-23-13 7:17 pm
- Boston College beats NC State 38-21, bowl-eligible Updated: Nov-16-13 5:02 pm
- Boston College outruns New Mexico St 48-34 Updated: Nov-09-13 7:50 pm
The 2013 all-Atlantic Coast Conference football teams, as announced Monday following a vote of 65 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
SYRACUSE, New York - Terrel Hunt hit tight end Josh Parris with an 8-yard touchdown pass with 6 seconds remaining, and Syracuse stunned Boston College 34-31 on Saturday to become eligible for the postseason for the third time in four years.
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland - Maryland's final home game in the Atlantic Coast Conference featured a variety of plays the Terrapins probably won't ever forget - no matter how hard they try.
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland - Andre Williams rushed for 263 yards to become the 16th player in NCAA history to top 2,000 in a single season, and Nate Freese kicked a second-chance, 52-yard field goal as time expired to give Boston College a 29-26 comeback victory over Maryland on Saturday.
BOSTON - Andre Williams ran for 339 yards to break Boston College's single-season and single-game rushing records, leading the Eagles to a 38-21 victory over North Carolina State on Saturday and helping them qualify for a bowl game for the first time in three seasons.
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - Boston College tailback Andre Williams scored on two long runs in the fourth quarter Saturday to help the Eagles pull away from a stubborn New Mexico State team and escape with a 48-34 victory at Aggie Memorial Stadium.