I'll be attending the Cleveland Cavs Wheelchair Charity bball game today, so I'm going to miss most of the game today, and I won't be around 360, so hopefully Jake and PPott can update from their phones. If you're watching, feel free to stop and comment and leave some updates. This should be a great game today and a big test for both teams. Have a great Saturday.
BC still trying to settle on a QB
"Obviously we made some mistakes in the first week being a young defense," defensive end Tristan Dorty said. "But I feel we're progressing pretty well, playing harder and showing more emotion on the field as each week goes on."
Grobe takes his foot off brake at Wake - CharlotteObserver.com
"I maybe messed things up early this year," Grobe said. "We tried to control the clock and keep our defense off the field, but it comes back to the simple idea that if you're going to win, you have to score points.
Eagles would like one label to stick - The Boston Globe
"It seems like he has been at Wake forever doesn’t it,’’ joked Spaziani, whose defenses have done a remarkable job containing Skinner over the years.
Utah commit Payne still taking visits - ESPN
Damian Payne (Houston/Klein Forest) is a sought after Houston area prospect. The brother of California defensive tackle Kendrick Payne, Damian committed to Utah in early August, but has kept the recruitment doors open. He visited Wake Forest on September 4 and will make his second official visit this weekend.
Wake Forest vs Boston College Week 4 College Football Picks | Sports Odds
Head Football Coach Jim Grobe has always had an exciting offensive team, but not because he is an offensive guy. He played defense in college and has been predominately a defensive coach, leading him to predict what kind of offense is the most difficult to defend. Take the points and the UNDER, BC is also a solid defensive team, but won’t score much on the Demon Deacon Dee.
Wake Forest looks to tip the scales in its favor vs. Boston College | margin, 0in, font - ACC Football - Burlington Times News
"Boston College has kind of had our number the past couple of years," coach Jim Grobe said. "(Last year’s defeat) was about as tough (of a loss) as we’ve had here. When it was crunch time, we didn’t make it happen."
BC’s offensive line must regroup against Wake Forest - Brockton, MA - The Enterprise
Wake Forest (2-1) does not have the same caliber athletes as Clemson, which should make things easier for BC’s offensive line, as well as freshmen quarterbacks Justin Tuggle and Dave Shinskie, who are again both expected to play. And the game is at Alumni Stadium, so there should be no problem hearing the calls made at the line of scrimmage the way there were in the din of Death Valley. But even if BC’s line — and offense as a whole — performs significantly better, it has a lot to prove after what happened against Clemson.