Vanderbilt snaps BC bowl winning streak
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Vanderbilt won a bowl game for the first time in exactly 53 years when Bryant Hahnfeldt kicked a 45-yard field goal with 3:26 left to beat Boston College 16-14 Wednesday in the Music City Bowl. Vanderbilt hadn't even played in a bowl since 1982 and the win gave the ...
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The key to Boston college's success this season was defense the Eagles -- got them within one win of the Orange Bowl and within five minutes of a victory in today's Music City Bowl but a pair of costly defensive penalties doomed BC. Snapping the nation's longest winning streak. At eight this game being played in Nashville all basically a home game for Vanderbilt just miles from their campus second quarter six to nothing bad to Dominic Davis. Finding Montel Harris here -- four yard TD strike Eagles on top 76 at the half Davis struggled a bit today -- punting in the third quarter pole line drive kick rolled into the end zone VCR to pick up The Commodores do in the end zone it's ruled a touchdown. And here's why the ball glances off BC's Paul Anderson off this guy. Play is reviewed it is upheld Vanderbilt was up thirteen to seven to the fourth quarter Eagles -- 1413 seven Davis. From the shotgun to pull an alarming junior down the sideline 55 yard touchdown. It's just -- fifth catch of the season Eagles up fourteenth thirteenth and now the defense can lock it down right well the defense making a couple costly penalties. Down the stretch to personal -- penalties including. This roughing the passer call from mark her -- leads to a JV field all sixteen to fourteen commodores. One last shot from Boston College Davis go to the right side is intercepted by Myron Lewis Britain great catch. -- out of bounds Davis fifteen of 3689. Yards two touchdowns to interceptions. Vanderbilt with a bowl game for the first time since 1955.