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Whenever Duke plays Wake Forest, Ryan Kelly seems to find his shooting touch. Saturday afternoon's game, a 80-62 Blue Devil victory over the Demon Deacons, was no exception.Modified: 01/07/13 07:17:51 AM
The start of conference play represents a new beginning for all teams, but it means different things for each of the 12 members of the ACC.Modified: 01/05/13 09:17:29 PM
While the daily workout of other ACC coaches varies, there does seem to be more heightened awareness to physical well-being around the league in the wake of North Carolina coach Roy Williams' recent cancer scare.Modified: 12/12/12 04:35:20 PM
Seton Hall 71, Wake Forest 67: Fuquan Edwin scored 24 points and Seton Hall rallied from a 13-point deficit in the final 12 minutes to defeat Wake Forest 71-67 on Saturday night.Modified: 12/08/12 11:45:33 PM
Wake Forest coach Jeff Bzdelik expects his team to have an off-night once in a while. That it came Tuesday night against Nebraska was a surprise for the Deacons third-year coach. Wake Forest couldnt slow the Cornhuskers second-half shooting barrage, losing 79-63 in an ACC-Big Ten Challenge game.Modified: 11/28/12 05:01:14 PM
Vanderbilt 55, Wake Forest 21: The Wake Forest Deacons had no answers for the Vanderbilt Commodores, falling 55-21 to close out the regular season.Modified: 11/25/12 01:11:00 AM
Wake Forest waited until the last minute literally to take its first lead of the game, making its flight home from the Paradise Jam a happy one.Modified: 11/19/12 11:04:00 PM
No. 23 Conn. 77,: Shabazz Napier scored all 16 of his points in the final 10 minutes, and Ryan Boatright also scored 16 to lead No. 23 Connecticut to a 77-71 victory over Wake Forest in the Paradise Jam on Friday.Modified: 11/17/12 12:17:03 AM
A week after nothing went right for the N.C. State in a disastrous loss to Virginia, everything came up red-and-white on Saturday. The Wolfpack found its running game and defense for a 37-6 win over the Demon Deacons.Modified: 11/11/12 06:36:54 PM
Wake Forest 79, Radford 67: Wake Forest coach Jeff Bzdelik expected his veterans would be able to shoulder a lot of the load in the Deacons' season opener against Radford.Modified: 11/10/12 06:34:37 PM
Which Wolfpack team will show up for Wake Forest this week? Safety Brandan Bishop has an idea. He knows which version of the Wolfpack he hopes is history. The one that lost to Virginia on Saturday.Modified: 11/09/12 06:03:48 AM
Wake Forest 28, Boston College 14: Wake Forest quarterback Tanner Price is feeling comfortable throwing the ball again, thanks to the return of Michael Campanaro.Modified: 11/06/12 06:09:43 AM
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