Wake Forest steps up

How do you spend your time post-Spring camp when you are a program at the height of its success over the last 15 years? Wake Forest steps up for a special part of its local community. Wednesday night the Demon Deacons hosted “Victory Day,” in conjunction with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston-Salem. More […]

From Checkers To Chess For Wake Forest

The clock is running on getting done what needs to be accomplished during Wake Forest’s Spring camp. The goals for head coach Dave Clawson were clear from the beginning. Improve the defense. Add depth everywhere, but particularly the offensive line and across the defense. And then there is the stated goal to move from checkers […]

Wake Forest Pro Day

As Pro Days go for college football programs, the Wake Forest Pro Day has entered into a newer, bigger arena. Wednesday all 32 NFL teams were represented, with 40 personnel members in all, checking out the work of 12 Demon Deacon players ahead of the April draft. With everyone working out in front of the […]

the Wake Forest offense

Much is expected of the Wake Forest offense in the 2022 season. And much must be delivered for the season to be any level of success. After two weeks of camp, the offense looks to be pacing slightly ahead of the defense in the live scrimmage drills. But that is to be expected with the […]

Wake Forest wraps up the Spring

If Wake Forest is to have any shot at repeating last season’s success, the defense is going to have to improve from last year. The offense has enough weapons back to rightfully be expected to perform at the same level as 2021. While the defense has to replace a few key elements, it is the […]

Wake Forest's Mindset

Now that Spring camp is officially underway in Winston-Salem, it is time to put head coach Dave Clawson’s theme for the season to the test. Last season he set forth the idea of going from good to great. By any appraisal within the Wake Forest spectrum, the Demo Deacons accomplished that. An 11-3 season, an […]

A New Bar For Wake Forest Football

The 2022 football season brings about a new era for Wake Forest football. How long the era lasts remains to be seen. But the season begins on the heels of a season more successful than any single year in recent memory. The Demon Deacons finished the season 11-3. They won the ACC Atlantic Division with […]

Wake Forest’s Nick Sciba

Kickers rarely get much attention when it comes to college all-star games. But Wake Forest’s Nick Sciba is no ordinary kicker. So, when the fourth-year junior from Clover, South Carolina traveled cross country for the 2022 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, he was going to make sure to take advantage of the opportunity. Saturday’s game at the […]

Dukes Mayo Bowl
David Knight, Editor - Dec 29, 2021

The Dukes Mayo Bowl will play host to a multi-layered rivalry game on Thursday afternoon. Not only is it a game pitting an ACC team versus an SEC team, but it will be a border clash between North Carolina and South Carolina. The Tar Heels lead the all-time series 35-19 with four ties. However, the […]

UCLA’s season ends with a thud

Instead of ending with any sense of finality and satisfaction, UCLA’s season ends with a thud. The Bruins cancelled their appearance in the Holiday Bowl in San Diego after a week of battling Covid issues. The story broke about five hours before kickoff, via Fox Sports, which was there to broadcast the game. UCLA fans […]

First Responder Bowl
Aidan Thomas - Dec 29, 2021

The First Responder Bowl featured the most prolific rushing attack in the nation against a below-average rush defense. So go figure the Air Force Falcons utilized their 129th-ranked passing offense to find victory on Tuesday afternoon. Falcons’ quarterback Haaziq Daniels was 9 of 10 passing for a season-high 252 yards and two touchdowns. Despite a […]

The 2021 Cheez-It Bowl kicks off on Wednesday afternoon. The Clemson Tigers and Iowa State Cyclones will battle it out in Orlando.
David Knight, Editor - Dec 28, 2021

The Cheez-It Bowl kicks off on Wednesday with an intriguing match-up between the ACC and Big 12. The Clemson Tigers will face the Iowa State Cyclones in what is a big opportunity for both programs. Each of these teams started 2021 in the preseason top 10. Now they face in late December with the winner […]

The First Responder Bowl features an electric dual-threat quarterback against the nation's #1 rushing attack. Who emerges on top?
Aidan Thomas - Dec 27, 2021

The First Responder Bowl pits two teams who love to run the ball, setting up for an interesting battle. The Air Force Falcons enter at 9-3 having come up just short of an appearance in the Mountain West Conference Championship. Louisville meets the Falcons, sitting at 6-6 after winning just three of its final eight […]

On December 29th, the Maryland Terrapins and Virginia Tech Hokies will meet for what should be one entertaining 2021 Pinstripe Bowl.
Austin Lloyd - Dec 27, 2021

A good deal of college football fans look down on smaller bowl games. Their reason for doing so is because said games “don’t matter.” However, just because a bowl game isn’t in the CFP bracket doesn’t mean it’s incapable of being entertaining. One of the smaller bowls that should pique some interest this year is […]

UCLA vs NC State

The Holiday Bowl in San Diego gives us another opportunity to watch a match-up of two teams that have little to no history against each other. UCLA rarely ventures to ACC territory, and the North Carolina State Wolfpack don’t have much of a history against the Pac-12. This game is two teams whose strengths match […]

Chip Kelly Dorian Thompson-Robinson

For the first time in four years, the Bruins are going bowling. UCLA will holiday in San Diego. They will be playing the North Carolina State Wolfpack in the Holiday Bowl at Petco Park at 5pm on December 28th. How UCLA Got There The Bruins finished with a winning record for the first time in […]

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Michael Hanich - Apr 29, 2022

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Gerry Bohanon Transfers To USF
Nicholas Simonelli - Apr 29, 2022

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College Football’s Money Laundering

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Michael Hanich - Apr 29, 2022

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