Hopefully we will see some type of an announcement about the game soon. Since the team is in Charlottesville, it is possible that Wake will still play even with two feet of snow on the ground. We'll let you know as soon as we hear something.
Here are the links in the meantime....
Wake Forest Baseball Practice Update: February 5 - WAKE FOREST OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
"We've also gone over to Ricky Proehl's place in Greensboro," Walter continued. "They have 80 yards of football turf so we've done a lot of ground ball work, some bunt defense, some pickoffs, some of the things we would normally do on an infield diamond, we've been doing over there." Even though the weather has not been ideal, Walter and his staff have been happy with what they have seen from the team through a week of practice.
• Tyler Lewis (Forsyth Country Day) had 32 points in a 68-66 triple-overtime win over Greensboro Day as the Furies clinched the PACIS title.
Rinfrette in All-Star game - NewsObserver.com
Former Bunn football standout Mike Rinfrette is playing in the Texas vs. the Nation all-star football game in El Paso, Texas, on Saturday. Rinfrette was the starting fullback at Wake Forest University. The game will be televised by CBS College Sports.
Chennault sparks Neumann-Goretti over Archbishop Wood | Philadelphia Daily News | 02/04/2010
Showing nice-and-easy form from various locales, Chennault attempted six three-pointers. He knocked down one, two, three, four, five. In all he finished with 28 points, sniping 11-for-18 from the floor and going, oh, well, just 1-for-3 at the line. He also collected three assists and left the gym with a hint of an attitude. "I was taking threes because they were giving me room," Chennault said. "I guess they think I can't shoot. I was too wide open. Leave me alone, I'm gonna hit it. I'm a rhythm shooter and I had that can't-miss feeling.
As D.C. snow approaches, area college teams make plans - washingtonpost.com
The Virginia men are scheduled to host Wake Forest at noon on Saturday, and the Demon Deacons are leaving Winston-Salem, N.C., on Thursday night to beat the storm. Under ACC guidelines, if both teams and two of the three officials can make it to the game, it should be played.
Bowl.com | Chris Paul sits down exclusively with bowl.com in his hometown of Winston-Salem, NC.
CP3: Some of the bad bowlers are Tyson Chandler - my goodness TC was pretty terrible when we went bowling. James Posey is all right, he's pretty good, you can put him on the good bowlers list.
Recruiting rewind: Wake Forest - ACC Blog - ESPN
"For years we were always trying to play catch-up on one side of the ball or another, bringing in a class that was loaded on offense or loaded on defense," Grobe said. "That’s been a problem for us since we’ve been here. We’ve been a little bit better on one side of the ball or another for a while, and I’d like to get to the point where we have a similar number of seniors on each side of the football and that’s what we were able to do a little bit in this class. We’re getting to point now where our recruiting classes are not weighted on offense or defense, we’re a little more balanced, which I like."
Wildcats regroup, beat Lions - CharlotteObserver.com
Tired legs after the previous game, coupled with the frantic, trapping defense employed by the Lions, resulted in lots of uncharacteristic turnovers by the Wildcats, who benefited when West Charlotte star J.T. Terrell suffered a right toe injury midway through the third quarter and played sparingly afterward. Terrell had 12 of his 14 points in the first half, when the Lions (13-8, 3-6) took a 38-34 lead into intermission.
My Take on Wake - Deacons Stockpiling Running Backs | JournalNow.com
"But another thought for us is that, in what we’re going to do, that Campanaro could play some running back and I think Devon Brown—like we did with Kenny Moore—could play some running back,‘’ Grobe said. "And I think (Jackson) could be in there at running back. Maybe Quan Rucker. We’ve got a bunch of guys who could go inside and play running back for us. "To be honest with you, our bottom line is footspeed. We want as many kids we can run fast as we can get.‘’