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.
Devastating. Heartbreaking. Disastrous. Season-shattering. Tear-jerking. All of these words come to mind when thinking of the Wake Forest men’s basketball team’s loss on Tuesday night to the 11th ranked Virginia Cavaliers. Yet there are no words that can truly explain or describe what occurred on that night.
If Saturday’s Wake Forest Basketball game had been a heavyweight boxing fight, the match would’ve been stopped at halftime.
Entering the 2015-2016 season, the Wake Forest men’s basketball team was seemingly on track for another dreadful season.
The Demon Deacons came out flat in a largely quiet and empty atmosphere Wednesday night at Virginia Tech and it ultimately proved costly.