8 days away! I'm extremely excited to make the trek back to The Dash for next weekend. It's just been far too long. If you haven't had the chance, read Jake's bball schedule breakdown. He beat me to the punch, but he did a great job. Here's some links for your Friday.
Scout.com: Alumni Update: Eric Williams
DS: Is the current "Big E" game the same one that Wake Forest fans saw for years at the Joel? EW: I'm trying to have the same game. It’s even more intense over there and physical. Real physical. It’s real tough but it’s fun and makes good basketball. I’m still trying to be the same Wake Forest "Big E" that I’ve always been. It’s just a little different.
Tony Chennault + Jesse Morgan = 78 points in Championship @ Chosen League | Streetball, Sneakers, Bobbito, Nike Air Force, Jordans
Tony Chennault + Jesse Morgan = 78 points in Championship @ Chosen League
Navy Junior Defensive Back John Angelo Bounces Back From Hit That Cost Him Most of His 2008 Season - washingtonpost.com
Navy junior John Angelo doesn't remember the crushing helmet-to-helmet hit that knocked him out of the Midshipmen's game at Wake Forest last September. That's probably a good thing, because it has made it easier for him to eventually return to the football field.
Merrill Noel -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
"Growing up, watching people make it big coming from our area, and then making it yourself, kids look up to us as role models. They see us doing the right thing and it makes them do the right thing too."
Wake Forest Shuts Out Furman 3-0 - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
After struggling to mount any strong scoring chances in the first 45 minutes, the Demon Deacon offense found its footing in the second stanza and scored three times. Corben Bone started the scoring in the 48th minute, while Ike Opara added a goal in the 64th minute and Chris Estridge scored in the 73rd minute.
Schilawski Named Semifinalist for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Wake Forest senior forward Zack Schilawski is one of 30 candidates for the 2009 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award. The award, given annually to senior student-athletes in nine different sports, has become one of the most prestigious honors in college soccer.