Posted September 10, 2012 on
At the beginning of July, DeaconSports spoke with Wake Forest commitment Brad Watson and he was pretty clear in his message. He didn't plan on wavering in his commitment to Jim Grobe's program. He left little doubt about that. While he remains committed, he may take other official visits.
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There is no excuse for losing to Wake Forest. With that said, don’t let North Carolina’s 27-28 loss to the Demon Deacons fool you. The Tar-Heels are still a solid team that has the talent to give Louisville some trouble on Saturday afternoon.
We had all hoped that both teams would be undefeated entering week three, because North Carolina is the one and only non-conference opponent...
Wake Forest had their normal media today at 11 on campus. That means that there is plenty of information and notes coming out about last weekend as well as this coming weekend. Basically this is your one place stop for all Wake information up to this point in the week so far.
The biggest thing so far is that Nikita didn't practice last night according to My Take on Wake, and...
Tyree Harris had a bye week, so he decided to take in Wake Forest's key ACC matchup with in-state rival North Carolina. The 6-foot-2, 184-pound wide receiver who committed to the Demon Deacons in July plays at Marietta High School in the Atlanta metro area. Harris got to witness an epic Wake Forest comeback win with close to 30,000 in attendance at Groves Stadium.
Can Wake Forest continue it's recent dominance over Florida State?
Wake Forest's coaches could not have picked a better game for Chris Register and other recruits to attend. Their thrilling 28-27 win over in-state rival North Carolina on Saturday was big for the program in a number of ways...
Florida State opens their ACC schedule on Saturday with a home game against Wake Forest. The Demon Deacon's enter the game 2-0 on the year and defeated FSU last year in a close game. The 'Noles had five turnovers last year and that certainly can't be repeated. Here is a look at the Wake Forest team.