Roll The Quadcast (Episode X, 11/10/13)

The Deacs take a huge loss to FSU, as expected, but the way it transpired is what was frustrating. The basketball season kicked off successfully, but not before a pretty big scare from Colgate. Rob and Riley talk a little bit of both on this week's edition of Roll The Quadcast.

Roll The Quadcast is a weekly podcast hosted by Robert Reinhard (@Robert_Reinhard) and Riley Johnston (BSD_RaJohnston) that discusses all things Wake Forest athletics related. To our knowledge this is the only Wake Forest-centric podcast out there, and can easily be downloaded for MP3 usage, or played on a computer. Twitter questions are always welcomed and will be featured on the podcast.

Rob and Riley break down the big loss to FSU on Saturday, where the Deacs gave up a BB&T Field record 59 points. There were also some interesting comments made by senior linebacker Mike Olson. Wake also plays a closer-than-expected season-opener against Colgate in basketball before pulling out an 89-78 win, what does that mean going forward for the team? ACC Picks, previews, recaps and more in this episode.

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1:00- FSU Recap

8:00- Mike Olson attendance comments

16:00- ACC Pick'em

22:00- Colgate Recap/Initial Basketball Thoughts

28:00- VMI/Presbyterian Preview

36:30- Miscellaneous Tidbits

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