Week Five Media: British Columbia vs. Louisville

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Boston College hosts Louisville at Alumni Stadium for its Family Weekend game on Saturday, Oct. 12 at noon ET.
The Eagles are 1-3 overall and 0-2 in the ACC.
The game will air nationally on ACC Network. chris cotter (play-by-play) and former BC linebacker Marc Herzlich (analyst) are in the cabin with Lericia Harris (journalist) on the sidelines.
Coverage on the Boston College Sports Network begins 30 minutes before kickoff on WEEI 93.7 FM and 850 AM. Jon Meterparel (play-by-play) is joined on the call by former BC linebacker Pete Cronan in the cabin and the quarterback Scott Mutryn on the key.
Louisville leads the all-time series 8-6, including a 5-3 mark in the ACC, but BC has won three of the last five meetings. The series began with a 41-7 Eagles victory at Chestnut Hill in 1986.
The Eagles won 34-27 in by Jeff Hafley first season in 2020, but fell to the Cardinals on the road, 14-28, a season ago.
In 2020, BC rushed for 18 yards and forced three turnovers to hit the six-game winning mark. Denis Grosel came off the bench for an injury Phil Jurkovec and threw two touchdown passes in the win.
“Last season, Malik Cunningham rushed for three touchdowns and 133 yards to lead the Cardinals to victory. Louisville has rushed for 331 yards.
Boston College welcomes back its 1982 and 1992 teams for Family Weekend vs. Louisville.
The 1982 Eagles went 8-3-1 under head coach Jack Bicknell and performed in the Tangerine Bowl. In 1992, Tom Coughlin and BC also went 8-3-1, earning a spot in the Hall of Fame Bowl and finishing 21st in the AP poll.

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