Labeled yesterday as 10.12.11, that is apparently not the case, as today is in fact the real Oct. 12, 2011.
Today we are in full force in looking ahead to Virginia Tech this weekend with our links. I will get my "Three Up, Three Down," from Florida State up at some point today, so be on the lookout for that. Q and A's should be sometime tomorrow or Friday, and a preview will be coming to. Big week for us, and it seems that yet again the experts are picking against the Deacs.
Click through the jump for some links about our Deacs!
Frank Beamer after talks about Wake Forest | VTEffect (Video)
The Hokies head coach answers questions about last week's game, and the upcoming matchup between Virginia Tech and Wake Forest in Winston-Salem.
Virginia Tech-Wake Forest Preview - Oct. 11, 2011 - NCAA Football - CBSSports.com
Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas needed to bounce back from a tough home loss. The first-year starter responded with one of the most efficient passing efforts in coach Frank Beamer's quarter century in Blacksburg.
2011-second-half-preview - ACC Blog - ESPN
Wake Forest at Clemson, Nov. 12: With the Deacs undefeated in conference play right now, this game is going to be critical to the Atlantic Division race. There’s no question Wake Forest is better. But is it title game material?
"It seems unbelievable that we haven't done that in 59 years or however long we've been in the Atlantic Coast Conference, but it's a good feeling. Our schedule is so tough that we have to focus on just playing every week and not worrying too much about that stuff. It will be a little better to look back after the season and feel good about it if you win some games."
Midseason MVP: QB Tanner Price The Price Is Right this season for the talented lefty. The sophomore has 1,352 passing yards (more than all of last season), 10 touchdowns and only two interceptions. He has completed 62.3 percent of his passes, and the Deacons have the No. 18 passing offense in the country thanks to Price.
Written by a Wake Forest student, make sure you check this out and make comments if you like it!
A closer look beyond the scores would show hints of offensive struggles leading up to the ACC opener against Clemson. Quarterback Logan Thomas conceded even he was surprised he only threw for 91 yards against the East Carolina defense. With 12 penalties and two turnovers, the Hokies were fortunate to escape ECU with a 17-10 road win in what would be their toughest nonconference game of the season.