Deacon Dump: Short Week vs Clemson

Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE

Wake Forest (4-3) returns to BB&T Field tomorrow night against No. 14 Clemson (6-1) on ESPN. It will certainly be an uphill battle against the uber-talented Tigers offense who boasts playmakers Tajh Boyd, DeAndre Hopkins, Sammy Watkins and Andre Ellington. But the Wake defense has been stout in its past two games, albeit against Maryland and Virginia. The Deacs are eager for revenge after Clemson stole their bid in the ACC Championship Game last season in the regular season finale in Death Valley. Wake Forest led 28-14 in the fourth quarter and missed two key FG's late in route to a devastating 31-28 loss. Good news for the Deacs-- there is a chance Michael Campanaro will make his awaited return. Having the dynamic receiver will add a needed playmaker to a stagnant offense that compiled only 213 yards in a win against Virginia. Expect a raucous environment in Winston-Salem. The Screamin' Demons will be in full force - Clemson-WFU Capsule
A look at all the pertinent information behind the clash in Winston-Salem on Thursday night. - Jim Grobe and player Q-&-A's

Interviews with Coach Jim Grobe and many other players discussing the win against the Cavaliers and the upcoming tilt against Clemson.

History says Deacons will muster 'top of our game' performance against Tigers »
Coach Jim Grobe has high expectations for his troops heading into a battle with Clemson. They still have a bad taste in their mouth from the last-second loss last season.

Upset watch: Week 9 - ACC Blog - ESPN
The only team on upset watch this week... the Clemson Tigers. Underdog teams tend to do well on Thursday nights against ranked teams, feeding off the intensified fan environment and the national broadcast.

My Take on Wake - As It Turns Out, Don’t Count Campanaro Out |
Coach Grobe will decide at the end of Wednesday's practice whether Michael Campanaro will play or not. If not, you should see him playing at home versus Boston College.

Scouting Wake Forest: trouble spots for the Tigers... »
Here's a list of key players for the Deacs against the Tigers.

Scouting Wake Forest: how the Deacons win... »
How do the Deacs pull off the upset...?

Scouting Wake Forest: how the Tigers win... »
Look here for three keys to victory for the Tigers on the road.

Tiki's Game Analysis: Wake Forest - Streaking The Lawn
For the 6th week in a row, the Hoos came out on the losing end. This one has been much like the past 5. The Deacs managed a total of 213 yards of offense, its lowest total in an ACC victory since 1966. - Revisiting the five keys
See how the Deacs did on its five keys to the game against Virginia.

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