Today we have your normal dose of quotes and information from Tuesday's media session, including several lineup changes that we are going to see this week. Grobe is not going to sit back and watch this happen anymore.
Grobe has his eye on youth
The Deacons practiced Monday with full pads but without Frye, a redshirt junior from Fayetteville who started the first four games at free safety. Coach Jim Grobe said yesterday that Frye will remain sidelined while the staff takes a good long look this week at safeties Daniel Mack and Duran Lowe and cornerback Dominique Tate.
Wake Forest wastes no time rebounding : News-Record.com : Greensboro & the Triad's most trusted source for local news and analysis
Saturday's game matches the ACC's top offense (Wake, 412.2 yards per game) against the ACC's top defense (N.C. State, 201.2 ypg).
NC State (3-1) at Wake Forest (2-2) | The News Tribune - Colleges
The Wolfpack have gotten off to a solid start, but they haven't played any road games and they've yet to face an ACC opponent. That all changes this week, as they run into a Demon Deacons squad that is hungry to make amends for the way last week's game ended.
Wake commit could take other visits > Palmetto Sports Recruiting News
"I'll take it slow and, if I continue to get interest from some other schools, I could visit them," said Basford. He says Auburn, Illinois, FSU, and Boston College are the schools still maintaining contact with him
Bulls rookie Johnson shows versatility :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
'He's very skilled, can make plays off the dribble, has a good feel for the game and has good versatility, but he's young and he's gonna make mistakes,'' coach Vinny Del Negro said. ''He has to work through it, but he does some things you can't teach. He loves to play; he's a tough kid. He'll give us versatility at the three [small forward] and the four [power forward], but time will tell.''
After OT loss, Demon Deacons find tougher times ahead - Burlington Times News
Coach Jim Grobe said he couldn’t allow a lackluster outing to pass without taking some action. So he ordered a different type of practice plan that he hopes will improve the team’s focus, not to mention the blocking and tackling. “That’s the only way I know to get their attention,” Grobe said Tuesday. “It wasn’t meant as punishment. It was meant to make us a better football team.”
Wake Forest's Williams breaks out with big game | Star News
It took just one big game for Wake Forest's Marshall Williams to move to the top of the Atlantic Coast Conference's receiving statistics. Yet the junior sounded a little more fixated about something other than his numbers in that overtime loss. "At the end of the day, I'd rather have that win," Williams said. "It's just a bittersweet feeling."
gainesvilletimes.com - Carnes commits to Wake Forest
As a junior, Carnes, a 6-foot-1 forward, was a Times First Team All Area selection with 16 points, eight rebounds and two blocks per game. She was also an All Region selection last year in Region 7-AAA.
Bowden, Wake Forest, busted play, WFS-BC, Wake Forest vs. Boston Col > Buster Sports
ACC Expert Tommy Bowden’s One Thing is an in-depth look at what a QB is supposed to do on a busted play. When Wake Forest’s Riley Skinner had one in overtime at Boston College, his execution may have cost Wake a chance to win the game.
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4. Wake Forest The Demon Deacons boast the most balanced group around with four players ranked among the country’s top 100 and another recruit that deserves a second look. Travis McKie is as versatile as they come, J.T. Terrell can light it up from the perimeter, Melvin Tabb is a rebounding machine and Carson Desrosiers has a ton of upside. Don’t sleep on Tony Chennault. He makes things happen with the ball in his hands.
Rookie James Johnson brings versatility to Bulls -- chicagotribune.com
"I love it," he said. "It's tough, a lot of running. But this is our job. If I can call this a job, I have it pretty good. It's everything I expected. You have to come to your job as a professional. You have to work hard, and that's the way it should be. "We're getting paid well to do this. We have to give our fans what they pay to see -- some wins."
The country's top frontcourts in 2009-10 - CBK News - FOX Sports on MSN
15. Wake Forest Frontcourt: Al Farouq Aminu, Tony Woods, Chas McFarland, Ty Walker, Ari Stewart Analysis: Aminu will have a chance to be a star at the college level, McFarland is a 7-footer who has plenty of experience and Woods should get more minutes this season.