Found September 09, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
When I did my PTE podcast this morning I said that the schools from the Triangle would go 2 and 1, with Duke being the only team losing on the road at Standford. After having watched the game at BB&T Stadium I know that my prediction was wrong, as the North Carolina football program suffered its first loss under new head coach Larry Fedora, falling 28 to 27 to Wake Forest. The game did not begin well as severe weather delayed the start from 3:30 p.m. to about 4:15 p.m. EST, and, as you can see by the above stated final score, it did not end well, as the Demon Deacons scored with about 2 minutes to go taking the lead for good.   In my preview of the game I had my keys to the game… No turnovers. Unfortunately North Carolina had two of them, both of which were costly. The first one, a fumble by Bryn Renner on the possession following the major hit on the UNC quarterback (more on that later) gave Wake the ball on the Carolina 20. Three plays later the Demon Deacons were scoring a to...
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