Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV - Brady signs to play for Wake Forest
How does a gifted athlete follow up on three consecutive state tennis championships? Chad Kammer Brady’s decision has been to sign up to compete for a nationally-ranked Division I tennis program, in this case Wake Forest University.
Scout.com: DeaconSports Interview: Rusty Larue
This past week, DeaconSports sat down with new Wake Forest assistant basketball coach Rusty Larue to discuss his new role with the Demon Deacon basketball program.
Ranking the ACC Units: Running Backs
The Deacs played musical chairs with their running backs last season. Coach Jim Grobe started the season with Josh Adams, switched to Brandon Pendergrass, and finished the year with Kevin Harris. Harris had 136 yards in the EagleBank Bowl, and is the likely starter for 2009. Josh Adams has the most potential though, as he looks to regain the form that made him the ACC Rookie of the year in 2007.
JacketsOnline.com - Monday with Mike: June schedule analysis
Wake Forest: The Demon Deacons play five of their first six at home; the road game is against Boston College, which has had a horrible offseason and looks as if it will struggle this season. But the home games in that span include contests against Baylor, Stanford and NC State. Wake needs to start at least 4-2, or it could be a bowl-less season for the Deacons.
Raleigh QB hearing from USC, CU > Palmetto Sports Recruiting News
QB Gabriel Henderson (6-0 189) of Raleigh, NC is getting interest from both Clemson and USC. Neither has offered yet. He has offers from Kent State, Buffalo, Western Carolina, NC A&T, and a verbal offer from Virginia Tech. Henderson visited Clemson, Wake Forest, Duke, and Virginia Tech for their junior days. He says each had something to offer. "I like the football atmosphere at Clemson." said Henderson. "Duke has great academics. Wake Forest has a good football team and Virginia Tech is a powerhouse."