clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

How to Watch and Where to Watch: Wake Forest (0-0) @ Tulane (0-0) (Time, TV Channel, Online Streaming, Odds)

New, 2 comments

The season is finally here!

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

NCAA Football: Belk Bowl-Wake Forest vs Texas A&M Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

Time: 8:00pm ET (Thursday, August 30th, 2018)

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana (Yulman Stadium, 30,000 capacity, turf)

TV: CBS Sports Network

Streaming: CBSSports.com

Radio: Wake Forest IMG Radio Network, Wake Forest Gameday App

Live Stats: Wake Forest Sports, Wake Forest Gameday App

Twitter: @WakeFB, @BloggerSoDear, @BSD_RaJohnston, @Les_Johns, @ConorONeillWSJ

Instagram: @WakeFootball

Spread: Wake -7

Over/Under: 56

Weather Forecast: Partly Cloudy, 82 degrees, 10 mph wind

A new feature we are starting this year is to have a running list each week of where Demon Deacon faithful in various cities across the nation are gathering to watch games in restaurants and bars. These usually won’t be official Wake Forest game watches (aside from Fiddlin Fish in Winston), but just places folks suggest to us on social media that they are going to watch!

This will change from week to week so hit us up on here if you watch somewhere with friends and we will add it to the list!

Where to Watch:

Winston-Salem - Fiddlin’ Fish (Official Watch Party)

Charlotte - Selwyn Pub (Official Watch Party)

Raleigh - High Park Bar and Grill AND/OR Big Boss Brewing

NYC - Windfall

DC - Dirty Water (Official Watch Party)

Chicago - Tobacco Road

If it feels like Christmas morning today, that’s because college football is officially back. The long-awaited first game between our beloved Wake Forest Demon Deacons and the Tulane Green Wave is finally here, and undoubtedly all eyes will be on true freshman Sam Hartman as he starts in his first ever game of college football.

This should be a competitive opener for both teams. Wake Forest will be looking to continue their success after back to back winning season and bowl victories, while Tulane will be trying to improve upon last season’s 5-7 record in what is now head coach Willie Fritz’s third season leading the Green Wave. Hopefully in the end our Deacs come out on top.

GO DEACS!