Most Boston College Eagles fans will admit that things did not look good as the team finished out the first half down, 41-27.
The game started out weak for the Eagles, with team missing eight of its first ten shots and had five turnovers in the game’s initial six minutes.
However, a 22-2 early on in the second half shot BC ahead 66-55, and it held on from there for an 83-79 win over Colgate.
“The second half we didn’t adjust to some changes they made, obviously that made a big difference,” Colgate coach Matt Langel said. “I think it kind of changed our mentality. We got a little less aggressive and too passive.”
Jerome Robinson led all scorers with 26 points, Ky Bowman chipped in 19 points, six boards and eight assists, Jordan Chatman netted 17 points and Deontae Hawkins added 16 points and a game-high 11 boards in the win.
BC plays at Providence (4-1) on Saturday night at 8 p.m.