BOSTON -- Boston College dribbled out the clock, and the few hundred fans at the Conte Forum rose to sing the school fight song.So this is what it looks like after a BC victory.The Eagles snapped a 20-game losing streak on Tuesday night, getting 16 points from Jerome Robinson and 13 rebounds from Mo Jeffers to beat Maryland-Eastern Shore 73-57. It was BCs first victory since Dec. 30, 2015, including an 0-18 Atlantic Coast Conference record that was a first for the league.All summer, we had a bad taste in our mouths, said forward Connar Tava, a graduate transfer who wasnt a part of the 2015-16 team that went 7-25 and lost its last 19 games. This was a stepping stone. We need to build off it.Tava had 10 rebounds, and A.J. Turner scored 13 points for BC (1-1), which opened the season with a loss to Nicholls State that stretched the losing streak to 20.Coach Jim Christian said his players werent dwelling on the skid -- especially the five freshmen and two transfers who had no part of it.Seven of them are 1-1. Those guys dont worry about any of that, he said. People outside worry about it -- and they should. But inside, we just needed to get better. We got better.Bakari Copeland scored 14 points and Dontae Caldwell had 10 rebounds for the Hawks (0-3).Copeland made the first basket of the game for the Hawks only lead. It was tied 5-all before BC scored eight straight points. The Eagles went on an 8-1 run near the end of the first half to open a 39-27 lead.The Hawks got as close as seven points, 49-42, with 12 minutes left in the second. But Ky Bowman hit a 3-pointer, Jordan Chatman made a basket and A.J. Turner and Garland Owens had dunks to make it a 16-point game.The thing I really wanted to see was a response, Christian said. We came out the first five minutes and played hard. Thats progress.BIG PICTUREMaryland-Eastern Shore: In the middle of a five-game road trip, the Hawks travel to Kansas, Colorado and Louisiana before returning home.Boston College: The losing streak is over. The Eagles will try to pick up a couple of more wins on the non-conference schedule before resuming ACC play on Jan. 1 against Syracuse.SHORE SCOREThe Hawks scored 71 and 73 points in their two losses, to George Washington and Maryland-Baltimore County. They had gone 23 straight games without scoring as few as 57.To keep them at (57) was a huge step forward for us, Christian said.MORE REGRETSRobinson was a freshman on the BC team that went winless in the ACC, but its the 79-73 loss to Nicholls State that was on his mind this weekend.That night, I didnt really talk to anybody. 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The CFP selection committees worst nightmares came true on Saturday.No. 2 Ohio State defeated No. 3 Michigan 30-27 in double overtime, and Penn State beat Michigan State 45-12 to win the Big Ten East and earn a spot in Saturdays Big Ten championship game.That means theres a chance a conference non-champion might make the four-team field for the first time, and theres a possibility that two teams from one league will make the top four for the first time in the three-year history of the playoff.The top contenders for the playoff, besides Michigan, held serve in Week 13, so there wasnt a lot of movement in The Eliminator, which is trimming the 128-team FBS field to four teams for the playoff.Western Michigan, which finished 12-0 by beating Toledo 55-35 on Friday, was eliminated by default. The Broncos were No. 21 in the selection committees rankings last week, and theyre not going to climb high enough to make the playoff field. Broncos coach P.J. Flecks team is still in great position to row its boats to a New Years Six bowl game if it beats Ohio in Fridays MAC championship game.Through 13 weeks, The Eliminator has eliminated 118 FBS teams, and that leaves 10 in contention for four spots. Heres where FBS stands after Week 13:Jump to sections: Whos in??| Still in contention | On the fence | Better luck next season | Previously eliminatedWhos in?Lets assume No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Ohio State are two of the four teams in the field. The Crimson Tide plays Florida in Saturdays SEC championship game, and the Buckeyes regular season is over after they knocked off the Wolverines.If Penn State beats Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game, will the committee still select the Buckeyes over the Nittany Lions? Penn State beat Ohio State 24-21 on Oct. 22 and would have won its league. Will the committee ignore head-to-head results and conference titles? Or will the committee take both Big Ten teams at another leagues expense? Those are going to be the million-dollar questions on Selection Sunday, if Penn State wins the Big Ten championship.No. 4 Clemson also remains in good position to grab one of the four spots after routing rival South Carolina 56-7 on Saturday. The Tigers should be in good shape to make the playoff for the second straight season if they defeat Virginia Tech in the ACC championship game.No. 5 Washington, which beat Washington State 45-17 in Fridays Apple Cup, might move into the top four after Michigans loss. No. 6 Wisconsin, No. 8 Oklahoma, No. 9 Colorado and No. 10 Oklahoma State are on the outside looking in right now, but they might sneak into the field if any of the aforementioned teams fall in their respective conference championship games.Still in contentionAlabama Crimson TideTrending: UPThe last time Alabama wasnt ranked in the Associated Press Top 25, Tommy Bowden was still coaching at Clemson. The Crimson Tide have been ranked in 143 consecutive polls, dating back to the end of the 2007 season.Clemson TigersTrending: UPCome on, Dabo. Aaron Burr probably even shook Alexander Hamiltons hand before he killed him.Michigan WolverinesTrending: DOWNI cant understand why Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is so upset about the controversial spot on Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barretts fourth-down run in the second overtime. The missed pass-interference call on the Wolverines previous offensive possession was so much worse.Ohio State BuckeyesTrending: UPSure, you can get into the playoff without winning your division -- as long as you play in an SEC division.Penn State Nittany LionsTrending: UPHey, at least Tom Osborne isnt coaching Ohio State and looking for his first national championship, am I right?Washington HuskiesTrending: UPHey, its OK to admit it, Huskies. 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