After an 8-5 record and their first-ever bowl bid in 2012, the ULM Warhawks came into last season as one of the favorites in the Sun Belt Conference, but they ultimately underperformed by finishing 6-6.
No one would be shocked if the Demon Deacons did not pick up a single win, which would mean they had an ugly loss to Gardner-Webb.
Wake Forest has added Bryant Gross-Armiento to its roster. Gross-Armiento is a transfer from Rutgers, who redshirted during the 2013 season. He will have to sit out the 2014 season, but will be eligible beginning in the 2015 season.
Scholarship-caliber offensive linemen in Massachusetts routinely come from the most uncommon of places, in all shapes and sizes. Exhibit A comes tonight from Williamstown, where Mount Greylock senior offensive tackle Jake Benzinger gave a verbal commitment to Wake Forest University.
Doctors at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have received a grant to help them conduct a study which could shape youth football forever. The $3.8 million grant will allow them to put sensors in the helmets of 100-130 youth football players, 8 to 12-year-olds, and monitor the hits they take throughout an entire season. They will also be looking at their brains before and after the season.