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Deacon Dump 9/23: Wooster Out Indefinitely, Rinfrette is a touchdown machine

Desrosiers decides: He's going to Wake Forest -, North Andover, MA
Eagle-Tribune 2009 Basketball MVP Carson Desrosiers of Central Catholic and Windham ended the speculation just hours ago and committed to play college ball on a full scholarship at Wake Forest University.

Wake Forest fullback makes habit of finding end zone | salem, finding, wake - ACC Football - Burlington Times News
That’s 10 rushing attempts this year. That’s three touchdowns. "You’ve got to smell the end zone," Rinfrette said Tuesday. "It’s fun to get the ball down there. There’s a good chance you’re going to get in the end zone."

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Kevin Harris, Ben Wooster on injury list for Demon Deacons -
Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe isn’t sure if tailback Kevin Harris will be ready to play at Boston College. The redshirt senior has started the first three games for the Demon Deacons (2-1), but he injured his groin during last weekend’s win against Elon. Grobe said Tuesday that Harris wants to play against the Eagles on Saturday, but says it’s important to have Harris healthy, not just anxious to play.

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"We’ve got a handful of freshmen we kind of hang out with on the varsity field,‘’ Grobe said. "They’re not getting a lot of work right now. Last week with (Kyle Wilber) going down, we really thought maybe (freshman) Zach Thompson would be a guy. Then he hurt his shoulder in practice and that kind of squashed that.‘’

Deacs lose Wooster to injury
"Ben's going to take some time off," Grobe said. "His back is bothering him. He's got a bad back, and the doctors feel like it would be better for him to rest for a while. So we'll give him some rest and hope that Cam and Andrew can continue to play well and stay healthy."

BC looking for answers at quarterback - College Football -
Justin Tuggle appears to have worked his way into the starting position for Boston College. Tuggle is an athletic quarterback who can make plays with his legs, but has not shown the type of accuracy that Boston College has come to expect from their quarterbacks. Unfortunately for Eagles fans, there just aren’t many options here, and I would expect the Deacs to see Tuggle more than anybody else under center on Saturday.