Posted September 27, 2012 on
As the Blue Devils look ahead towards Wake Forest on Saturday, TDD takes a look at five players who could make a difference for the Demon Deacons on offense.
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Michael Campanaro, the Wake Forest Demon Deacon wide receiver, now has a song named after him with his video highlights in the background. The theme was taken from the television show “The Simpsons” which has been on TV longer than most people reading this have been alive. Campanaro is one heck of a physical specimen and produces amazing catches. Not only is the video hilarious...
The Demon Deacons have won 12 straight games in the series, though most of those games have been extremely close.
As Duke prepares to travel to Winston Salem to face the Demon Deacons, TDD takes a look at five players who could pose a problem for the Sean Renfree and the Duke offense.
Ali Lamot is having a huge season and the Wake Forest coaches have to be happy about that.
The Demon Deacons accepted a commitment from Lamot in June when he wasn't exactly a widely-known recruit. This year he's filling up the stat sheet as well as anyone in the state on the defensive side of the ball.
Wake Forest has won 12 straight over Duke, but most of the games have been very close.
Germaine Pratt is a junior from the Tarheel State Wake Forest fans should get to know. After receiving an initial offer from Virginia, the Demon Deacon staff swiftly moved to make their own offer to the 6-foot-3 strong safety from High Point (N.C.) Central High School.
Duke head coach David Cutcliffe previews the Wake Forest game and says his program is strong at this point.
The Blue Devils continue to battle injuries as they prepare to face Wake Forest
Ross Cockrell talks about the team's desire to beat Wake Forest and the rarity of the 3-1 start.