No. 2-ranked Notre Dame (8-0) continued its quest towards the College Football Playoff with a 52-31 victory at Boston College (5-4) on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Stadium.

One week after the emotion-laden double-overtime accomplishment against Clemson, Notre Dame’s offense continued its attack, highlighted by the death, running and constant improvisation by quarterback Ian Book. The fifth-year senior completed 20 of 27 passes for 283 yards and 3 goals– all to classmate Ben Skowronek– and included 85 backyards hurrying on 10 brings with another score.

The Irish could have included a seventh touchdown however took two knees at the Boston College four-yard line to go out the clock.