With gameday a day away, the question is, will the Demon Deacons be able to get back on track against Navy tomorrow? The key to Navy is discipline, something Wake has not had a lot of this season. This could be incredibly ugly, or be a chance to circle the wagons and get re-focused. We'll find out in Annapolis tomorrow.
Wake-Up Call: Dismal FSU actually still in division race
"Everybody has talent, and if you don't play good on Saturday, you have what happened to us at Clemson, you get embarrassed,'' Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe said.
Proctor Will Start at Quarterback for Injured Dobbs for Navy - washingtonpost.com
But Dobbs was unable to practice on Thursday, so sophomore Kriss Proctor will make his first start at quarterback. Dobbs, who leads division I-A in touchdowns (16), will get a needed break following seven consecutive physical games.
The College Baseball Blog " Wake Forest releases 2010 Schedule
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - A season-opening, 13-game homestand and 30 games against teams that advanced to the 2009 NCAA Tournament highlight
What to watch in the ACC: Week 8 - ACC - ESPN
10. Turnovers in Annapolis. In Wake Forest’s loss to Navy last year, the Deacs committed an uncharacteristic season-high six turnovers. This year, Wake Forest trails its opponents in turnover margin with 10 takeaways and 13 turnovers.
Defensive tackle prospect Antonio Ford has West Virginia in his final three - ESPN
West Virginia has just one defensive line recruit who is verbally committed for its 2010 class, but the Mountaineers are still in the running for the services of touted defensive tackle Antonio Ford, of Pahokee High School, in Florida. EerSports.com caught up with Ford on Wednesday night, who explained WVU has made the cut for his final three potential college destinations, along with Oklahoma State and Wake Forest.