Boston College vs Virginia Live Stream: How to Watch Online

The Boston College vs Virginia match is up for 12:30 PM EST later today. The game will be tipping off at the Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Virginia.

How to watch Boston College vs Virginia Live Stream:

Date and Time: October 21st, 2017 12:30 PM EST

Venue: Scott Stadium

TV: FOX Sports (US Regional)

Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)

The Boston College Eagles are 3-4 currently into the NCAA football 2017-18 season. Their chances of victories have always been shallow. However, this match is something totally different. Winning against a powerful Virginia team is nowhere near to anyone’s expectation. The Virginia Cavaliers are coming with a 5-1 score with no losses in their division. This will be a match where we can predict, to some extent, that one team is winning for sure.

Boston College Team News

The Boston College Eagles are scoring 20.4 points on average per game. They are allowing for 30.0 per game. The situation needs remedying if they want to have a solid shot at defending themselves against the Virginia Cavaliers.

With 168.1 yards worth of passing and 187.6 yards worth of rushing, the team sits at a low 355.7 total yards per game. They also need to up their offense, therefore. As for the defense, Virginia will have it easy if the Eagles can’t stop allowing more and more yards. On average, they allow 203.4 passing yards and 242.4 rushing yards, which takes the total to a whopping 445.9 yards.

In a nutshell, the team needs to improve on a lot of fronts and play more vigorously if it wants to have a shot at victory. Generally, we will easily predict a Cavaliers victory here.

Virginia Team News

The Virginia Cavaliers are on a four-game win streak. They are looking for their fifth win in a row. The team is one of the most solid and well-playing teams this season. The Cavaliers have a total yards average of 408.2, which is just great. They allow a total of 312.8 yards only per game, which is again pretty good.

They have defeated Connecticut, Boise State, Duke, and North Carolina in a row, all with decent margins.

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