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  Phil Jurkovec, Boston College quarterback and former Pine-Richland High School star, entered the transfer portal Friday and has an interest in possibly coming to Pitt. But he said a number of other schools also had contacted him. Jurkovec spent the past three seasons at Boston College after transferring from Notre Dame. He has an extra year of eligibility because of COVID-19. "It's not like I'm that close to a decision yet," Jurkovec said. Jurkovec said he has heard from Power Five conference schools, as well as colleges from smaller conferences. "I really liked Boston College, but it just wasn't the right situation for me right now," Jurkovec said. "There are no hard feelings. Coach [Jeff] Hafley wishes me the best and he's trying to help me out. I'm not leaning one way or another. I have to take in all the information right now."

Pitt offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti Jr. was Boston College's offensive coordinator for Jurkovec's first two seasons at Boston College. Whether Jurkovec ends up at Pitt might hinge on whether Kedon Slovis uses his final year of eligibility at Pitt, transfers elsewhere or turns to the NFL. "In regards to Pitt, I really like coach Cignetti because of the past. That's a huge draw," Jurkovec said. "Coach [Pat] Narduzzi always has been good to me, too. I'm very interested in Pitt, but we'll see how this plays out and what exactly is the situation at Pitt." - Pittsburgh Post Gazette


rSr/2024 QB Phil JurkovecBoston College
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: WR - Zay Flowers, Boston College, 184 votes,...Flowers broke every major receiving record at BC in his senior season; pushing to the top of the chart in receptions (200), receiving yards (3,056) and receiving touchdowns (29). For the season, he caught 78 passes, which is tied for the most in a single season, and posted the fourth 1,000-yard season by an Eagle with 1,077 yards to go with a record 12 touchdown receptions. During the regular season, he was first in the ACC in receiving yards and touchdowns and third in receptions per game at 6.5. - Boston College Football

Sr/2023 WR Zay FlowersBoston College
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  Although action doesn't officially start until Monday, among the reported quarterbacks in, or planning to be to enter the transfer portal as of Dec. 1 is Boston College's Phil Jurkovec: Jurkovec began his career at Notre Dame in 2018, transferred to BC after the 2019 season and now is transferring again for his final season of eligibility. Injuries limited him to 14 games in the past two seasons. When healthy in 2020, Jurkovec played well (255.8 passing yards per game, 17 TDs, five interceptions). He struggled the past two seasons because of the injuries – 187.5 passing yards per game, 18 TDs, 12 picks. He and backup Emmett Morehead took a ton of hits this season because of a lackluster line; BC surrendered 46 sacks, the most of any Power 5 school and third-most among the reported all teams. If his new team gets the 2020 Jurkovec, good things can happen. - NFL Draft Scout and online sources

rSr/2024 QB Phil JurkovecBoston College
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: CB - Elijah Jones, Boston College, 37 votes,...Jones was third in the league with 1.4 passes defended per game on 13 PBUs and two interceptions. He added 34 tackles, including 31 solos. Onwuka tallied 41 tackles, six TFLs and a blocked PAT. - Boston College Football

rSr/2023 CB Elijah JonesBoston College
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: LB - Vinny DePalma, Boston College, 15 votes,...DePalma led the Eagles with 87 tackles, ranking 14th in the league with 7.2 tackles per game. He added seven TFLs, one forced fumble and one recovered. - Boston College Football

rSr/2023 ILB Vinny DePalmaBoston College
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: DT - Chibueze Onwuka, Boston College, 16 votes,...Five players picked up honorable mention recognition, including senior defensive back Josh DeBerry (Grosse Pointe Park, Mich.), graduate linebacker Vinny DePalma (Wayne, N.J.), graduate cornerback Elijah Jones (New York, N.Y.), graduate defensive tackle Chibueze Onwuka (Bowie, Md.) and graduate safety Jaiden Woodbey (Fontana, Calif.). - Boston College Football

rSr/2023 DT Chibueze OnwukaBoston College
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: DE - Donovan Ezeiruaku, Boston College, 75 votes,...Ezeiruaku totaled 61 tackles, including 14.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks. His 0.71 sacks per game ranked second in the ACC. Ezeiruaku added three forced fumbles and two pass breakups. - Boston College Football

So/2025 OLB Donovan EzeiruakuBoston College
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: S - Jaiden Woodbey, Boston College, 25 votes,...Five players picked up honorable mention recognition, including senior defensive back Josh DeBerry (Grosse Pointe Park, Mich.), graduate linebacker Vinny DePalma (Wayne, N.J.), graduate cornerback Elijah Jones (New York, N.Y.), graduate defensive tackle Chibueze Onwuka (Bowie, Md.) and graduate safety Jaiden Woodbey (Fontana, Calif.). Woodbey was second on the team with 79 tackles, adding two TFLs and two PBUs. - Boston College Football

rSr/2023 SS Jaiden WoodbeyBoston College
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  2022 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: CB - Josh DeBerry, Boston College, 23 votes,...DeBerry, a 2021 second-team pick, and Woodbey each earned their second career All-ACC honor. DeBerry was credited with 50 tackles, four pass breakups, 3.5 TFLs and an interception. - Boston College Football

Sr/2023 CB Josh DeBerryBoston College
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  Emmett Morehead threw a 2-yard pass to Joseph Griffin Jr. with 14 seconds left and Boston College rallied past No. 17 North Carolina State 21-20 on Saturday. The Eagles (3-7, 2-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) won with a 12-play, 69-yard drive. A pass interference penalty on fourth down with 18 seconds left gave Boston College another chance. Morehead, making his second career start, was 29 of 48 for 330 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. He threw a pair of TD strikes to Zay Flowers, who caught seven passes for 130 yards, as the Eagles snapped a four-game losing streak. M.J. Morris threw and ran for early touchdowns for the Wolfpack (7-3, 3-3), which committed four second-half turnovers. This was N.C. State's third game decided by one point this season - it won the other two.

Morris, also making his second career start, was 12 for 24 for 132 yards. Christopher Dunn had field goals of 30 and 45 yards. The Wolfpack was denied a school-record 17th consecutive home victory. Turnovers cost both teams in the second half. Boston College had a chance to go ahead in the third quarter after recovering a fumble in Wolfpack territory. But Morehead, with Devan Boykin grabbing him, threw a wayward pass intercepted by Payton Wilson. Early in the fourth quarter, Marcus Valdez knocked the ball out of Morris' hand, and Boston College took over at the N.C. State 40. The Eagles failed to pick up a first down and gave it back on an incomplete fourth-down pass. N.C. State moved with ease on its first two possessions. Morris hit Trent Pennix for a 27-yard touchdown play to begin the scoring. Morris ran 10 yards with a nice cut to dodge defenders for the Wolfpack's second touchdown. Two plays after Boston College's fourth-down conversion in the second quarter, Morehead connected on a 17-yard touchdown pass to Flowers. - Boston College/AP College Football


rFr/2026 QB Emmett MoreheadBoston College
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  OCT 3 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Zay Flowers, Boston College, WR, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,...Led the BC receiving corps with five catches for 151 yards, including 59 after the catch, and two touchdowns in the Eagles' 34-33 win over Louisville ... Scored on receptions of 57 and 69 yards, the first of which he made a spectacular catch over the top of the defender and continued into the end zone ... Added a 22-yard rush on a broken play that set up the Eagles' first touchdown of the day ... Posted his seventh career 100-yard receiving game and moved to second all-time in Boston College history with 2,460 receiving yards. - ACC Football

Sr/2023 WR Zay FlowersBoston College
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  OCT 3 ACC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Chibueze Onwuka, Boston College, DT, Bowie, Md.,...Posted a career-high nine tackles with two tackles for loss in the Eagles' 34-33 win over Louisville ... Following a Louisville second-quarter touchdown that put BC down by two, Onwuka blocked the point-after attempt, which eventually held up as the difference in the Eagles' one-point win. - ACC Football

rSr/2023 DT Chibueze OnwukaBoston College
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  Phil Jurkovec threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns and scrambled for a 33-yard run that set up the game-winning field goal on Saturday as Boston College knocked Louisville quarterback Malik Cunningham out of the game and beat the Cardinals 34-33. Cunningham ran for three touchdowns and threw for another before finishing the game on the sideline. He was taken out for one play in the third quarter following a hit to the head; he came back for two full series before backup Brock Domann handled the last two possessions of the game. The second, after Connor Lytton's 26-yard field goal gave BC the lead with 1:56 left, ended where it started after four straight incompletions.

Boston College then ran out the clock - or tried to. With 2 seconds left for the fourth down play, Jurkovec took several steps back before kneeling and the time showed 0:00. But after the teams left their benches for the postgame handshakes - and some BC fans joined them - the officials put 1 second back on the clock and gave Louisville a final play. Domann's pass was intercepted at the 8 yard line by Kam Arnold. Zay Flowers caught five passes for 151 yards - including touchdowns of 57 and 69 yards - and Alex Broome ran for a 40-yard score for BC (2-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference). Cunningham threw for 186 yards and ran for 53 more for Louisville (2-3, 0-3). - Boston College/AP College Football


rSr/2024 QB Phil JurkovecBoston College
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  Phil Jurkovec completed 25 of 37 passes for 320 yards with two touchdowns to lead Boston College past Maine 38-17 on Saturday night for its first victory of the season. Pat Garwo III had two scoring runs, Jaden Williams added one, and Zay Flowers and George Takacs each had a TD catch for the Eagles (1-2). Flowers' was a 51-yarder. Joe Fagnano went 21 for 43 with 289 yards passing with two TDs and two interceptions for the Black Bears (0-3).

Maine, a heavy underdog, led 10-7 in the opening quarter before BC scored on three of its next four possessions to open a 28-10 halftime edge. Jurkovec's 2-yard TD toss to tight end Takacs in the left corner of the end zone with just over a minute left in the opening quarter gave the Eagles the lead for good. Williams' 9-yard jet sweep for a score capped the ensuing drive and made it 21-10. Garwo scored on a 1-yard run with just over a minute left in the half. Fagnano's 17-yard TD toss to Shawn Bowman gave the Black Bears their three-point edge. - Boston College/AP College Football


rSr/2024 QB Phil JurkovecBoston College
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  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 44. Zay Flowers, rJr, WR, Boston College, 5-10, 177, 2,...Flowers led Boston College with four catches for 79 yards but it was far from enough again in a 27-10 loss to the Virginia Hokies. Previous week, No. 43: Flowers did his part in Boston College's season opener with career high ten catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns. But he couldn't overcome his team's six fumbles and two interceptions as Rutgers gutted out a come-from-behind, 22-21, upset victory. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

Sr/2023 WR Zay FlowersBoston College
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