Wake Forest men’s basketball is playing for the postseason.
When people think about great college basketball, often the first words out of their mouths are “Tobacco Road.”
Wake Forest traveled to NC State on Saturday, Jan. 21 in search of its first ACC road victory since January of 2014 and its first win in Raleigh since the days of Chris Paul and the late Skip Prosser.
Wake Forest scored the game’s first seven points and never looked back, leading for the full 40 minutes in Wednesday’s contest against Miami.
Heading into the College Basketball season, no team was being talked about more than the Duke Blue Devils.
Deacons and Blue Devils knock off ACC rivals as teams prepare to enter conference play.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has looked both impressive and disastrous in the first two weeks of play. Some teams and specific players have shined, while other teams have left their fan bases without much for the season.
A positive second half of the season will be necessary for the Demon Deacons to be in a position of bowl-eligibility.
Following back-to-back nine-loss seasons in Coach Dave Clawson’s first two years as the Wake Forest head football coach, the Demon Deacons will look to turn the corner in the 2016 season.
As the academic year comes to a close at Wake Forest, it is important to take a critical look at the state of Demon Deacon athletics as a whole, both revenue and non-revenue sports.
The Wake Forest Demon Deacons men’s soccer team will look to build off one of the best seasons in school history this coming fall.
Golf is often considered to be the cruelest game on the face of the earth.
One of the greatest things about sports is its constant modernization. Every sport has advanced with time, as athletes have become even more athletic, equipment has advanced lightyears and anylytics have become a major part of every sport.
The Wake Forest men’s tennis team has been quietly destroying their competition this spring season. They have mowed down every ACC team they played this year, including seven shut-outs.
In what many pundits are already calling the greatest National Championship in the history of college basketball, the Villanova Wildcats defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels by a score of 67 to 64.
The Wake Forest Men’s tennis team is off to one of the best starts in team history. The team has played and defeated top competition all season, and are currently ripping through their ACC opponents.
For sports fans, the month of March is one of the greatest times of year as the NCAA Tournament and March madness gets underway.
The Demon Deacons’ unfortunate and underachieving season came to an expected end in Washington D.C. at the hand of in-state rival North Carolina State.
In a mere number of months, college basketball “star” Max Hooper has gone from just another unknown college basketball player to an inspiration to intramural and recreational league basketball players across the country.
In an ever-evolving era where good, four-year college basketball players are becoming exceedingly rare, Demon Deacon fans said goodbye to two such players this past Sunday evening.
The Wake Forest men’s basketball team had to deal with less than ideal circumstances ahead of their most recent games this past week. It was announced last Friday that senior Devin Thomas would be suspended for two games while sophomore forward Cornelius Hudson was being removed from the team permanently. This had to be extremely […]
The spring sports season has begun and the Demon Deacons have gotten off to a hot start.
Seth McFarlane and Bluegrass Films recently produced a movie entitled A Million Ways to Die in the West — and one could argue that Danny Manning and his Demon Deacons are producing a season of an analogous script — one with the title A Million Ways to Lose in the ACC.
It is said that in order to truly recover from hardship, a team or individual must first discover their rock bottom. Once you have hit your lowest low, the only thing possible is to get better and eventually rise up.
There is a delicate balance between fans and athletes at the collegiate level.