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Double Coverage Football:
With spring football kicking off around the country we're getting our first look at new Nike concepts that will take the field in 2013 as the Oregonization of college football continues. Let's start on Tobacco Road, where the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will have new lids this season, including the now mandatory matte black:
...and the oversized cartoon Boise State style:
Baylor unveiled an all gold helmet in January, and the Bears just released a sharp all black uniform that will go with their new domes this season. Here are the home, away and alternate looks for the program that RG3 built:
Keep sending us links on Twitter (@DCoverageFB) if your team breaks out something new this spring, and as long as we're talking about all black uniforms...dance us home, Ohio:
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Wake Forest athletic director Ron Wellman says basketball coach Jeff Bzdelik will be back for a fourth season.
In an interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, Wellman re-affirmed his support for Bzdelik and said he is ''very encouraged about the future of our program.''
The Demon Deacons have had three straight losing seasons and no postseason tournament appearances...
Wake Forest has their eye on both of the tackles at Florence (Ala.) High School. As reported by DeaconSports, the staff extended an offer to offensive line Cole Hardin. They didn't stop there. The coaches also offered Daniel Keith, a 6-foot-5, 260-pound offensive lineman who currently has five offers from FBS programs to his credit.
Wake Forest and AD Ron Wellman's commitment to Jeff Bzdelik is finally public knowledge. Now, it's time to move on ... and win.
"Jeff has done everything we asked him to do when he first came here. He's made every decision for the long-term benefit and welfare of our program. He has recruited well. We've got a group of freshmen who have much promise for...
DaiQuan Lawrence made his first trip to Wake Forest for the Demon Deacons' Junior Day this weekend and Deacon Sports recapped the experience with him on Sunday.
Terence Ricks, a linebacker out of Virginia, visited Wake Forest for their Junior Day this past weekend. Ricks discussed his visit to Winston-Salem with DeaconSports.