BC Rallies After Blown Lead, Beats Maryland 20-17
BOSTON (AP) — Chase Rettig’s third-down pass to Alex Amidon helped Boston College turn around the game. Now the Eagles think it can be a turning point in their season, too.
Amidon slid his arms under a 19-yard reception that kept the game-winning drive going, and two plays later Rettig hit Johnathan Coleman for the go-ahead touchdown with 52 seconds left as BC beat Maryland 20-17 on Saturday to snap a five-game losing streak.
“It’s good to get that one,” BC coach Frank Spaziani said. “Hopefully we get some confidence, continue on and get better. It’s a confirmation to me of what we believe in and what those kids have in them. I’m glad they were able to get the result. … They’re young and they need to have something like that.”
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