The *INSERT NICKNAME HERE* (Hurricanes) were led by senior *INSERT NAME HERE* (Garrius Adams), who set a career high with *INSERT CAREER HIGH POINT TOTAL HERE* (22 points).
The Deacs got off to a reasonable start, leading *INSERT INITIAL SCORE HERE* (14-9) over *INSERT OPPOSING TEAM NAME HERE* (Miami) before a *INSERT RUN HERE* (14-0) run gave the *INSERT OPPOSING TEAM NICKNAME HERE* (Canes) a *INSERT SCORE HERE* (23-14) lead that would not be relinquished.
Wake was led by *INSERT WAKE FOREST PLAYER HERE* (senior Coron Williams), who finished with *INSERT POINT TOTAL HERE* (17 points). *INSERT PLAYER LAST NAME HERE* (Williams) seemed to be one of the only Deacs interested in playing with any intensity at all on the day, as Jeff Bzdelik (presumably) finished his Wake Forest head coaching career with an ACC road record of 2-32.
The *INSERT TEAM NAME HERE* (Miami Hurricanes) out-rebounded the Deacons by a final tally of *INSERT REBOUNDING TOTAL HERE* (38-19). The *INSERT TEAM NICKNAME HERE* (Hurricanes) finished with *INSERT OFFENSIVE REBOUNDING TOTAL HERE* (14 offensive rebounds), and were led by *INSERT OPPOSING PLAYER HERE* (Tonye Jekiri) with *INSERT TOTAL NUMBER OF REBOUNDS HERE* (9 total rebounds).
Senior Travis McKie will seek to get his first post-season win in a Wake Forest uniform, and hopefully not become the first Demon Deacon ever to not win a post-season game.
Editors Note: This template will hopefully change effective immediately following the ACC Tournament loss on Wednesday (possibly Thursday).