Join fellow Wake Forest fans as the Demon Deacons go for their third straight ACC win.
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The Deacons are currently a 6-point underdog according to Vegas sports books as well as Ken Pomeroy. The Deacs will be without starting small forward Greg McClinton, who is serving a one-game suspension for a violation of team rules.
Georgia Tech is just 1-9 in the ACC, but has been competitive in nearly every game with the exception of a 29-point loss at Virginia. Wake Forest was their second biggest margin of defeat, and that game was only a seven-point differential. To show what they are capable of, the Yellow Jackets had a 20-point road victory against Miami.
Can the Deacons pull off the minor upset? Let's watch the action and find out.