Wake Forest is looking to get one win closer to bowl eligibility when the Demon Deacons host the Boston College Eagles on Saturday afternoon at BB&T Field.
Boston College leads the all-time series between the two teams 10-7-2.
Since the teams renewed the series in 2003, each of the nine games have been decided by 10 points or fewer.
The Deacons are coming off a 42-13 loss to No. 14-ranked Clemson last Thursday in Winston-Salem. Despite the setback, Wake Forest needs just two more wins in its final four games to qualify for a bowl game for the second-straight year.
Last week, the Deacons had all they could handle against one of the top teams in the country. Clemson built a 35-0 advantage in the first half behind five touchdown passes from Tajh Boyd and then held off Wake Forest in the second half.
Quarterback Tanner Price hit fullback Tommy Bohanon with an eight-yard touchdown strike with 12 seconds remaining in the first half, and the duo hooked up again on an 18-yard touchdown with 7:45 in the third quarter to cut the deficit to 35-13.
Price went 27-for-43 on the game for 232 yards and a pair of touchdown passes. Bohanon caught three passes for 29 yards, including the two scores. He now has five touchdown catches in the past four games.
Flanker Michael Campanaro returned to the lineup after missing the previous two games with a broken hand and had a productive day with six catches and 52 yards.
Terence Davis led the receiving corps with seven catches for 84 yards. On the ground, Josh Harris carried the ball 10 times for 76 yards.
The Last Meeting
October 1, 2011
Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Wake Forest Earns 27-19 Road Win at Boston College
Tanner Price threw a 47-yard TD pass to Chris Givens on Wake Forest's first possession of the second half as the Demon Deacons opened a 15-point lead before holding off Boston College 27-19 on Saturday.