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This was going to be an important season for Jim Grobe and his Demon Deacons as they were coming off two straight losing seasons. The quarterback position was in a state a flux with no established starter coming into the year. Tanner Price and Ted Stachitas played sparingly last season and both were average at best, making Wake Forest one of the worst offenses in the ACC. What a difference an offseason makes. Price, now a sophomore, made major strides as he threw for over 2,800 yards and lowered his amount of interceptions with almost double the amount of attempts. While the passing game improved, the run game took a step back. Injuries decimated the position and the offensive line struggled to get a push for much of the year. The improved play of Price really carried the offense in 2011.
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