On Sunday, Dec. 3 head coach Dave Clawson and his Demon Deacons learned they would play Texas A&M in the 2017 Belk Bowl at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium.
Two of the last four collegiate football programs to win the national championship have been members of the ACC, as has the reining Heisman Trophy winner.
John Collins made a tremendous impact during his playing days at Wake Forest, and his successes are bound to continue at the next level.
Because Notre Dame lost to Stanford in its season finale, the Irish have effectively fallen out of contention for one of the New Year’s Six Bowls, a fallout that will likely impact the ACC bowl selection.
Wake up, Wake Forest! The Demon Deacons are heading to their second-straight bowl game after defeating Syracuse 64-43 in a thrilling display of perseverance and record-breaking performances.
“There are too many times when we play good first-shot defense, then we turn around looking for Dinos [Mitoglou] or John Collins to fly in, get off a plane and get a rebound.”
The Old Gold & Black sat down with an NC State reporter before the weekend’s game.
Notre Dame tied a program record of 710 yards in a single game when it lit up the Wake Forest defense with a balanced 330 yards through the air and 380 yards on the ground.
Before Saturday’s game at Notre Dame we caught up with Joe Wirth, editor for The Otter Room to learn more about the Deacs’ matchup with the Fighting Irish.
“You can’t give away points, you can’t give away free plays, and you’ve got to take advantage of every play. We’ve got to find ways to do that.” These were the words of then sophomore John Wolford after falling to No. 4 Notre Dame 28-7 in Wake Forest’s most recent visit to South Bend in […]
After missing both the Florida State and Clemson games, Cade Carney returned to action for the Demon Deacons as Wake Forest traveled to Atlanta’s Bobby Dodd Stadium to face Georgia Tech on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Two quick fouls on Atlanta’s Dewayne Dedmon sent Hawks rookie John Collins off the bench just three minutes into the game to battle Charlotte big man and eight-time all-star Dwight Howard under the basket.
Just two days before the game, a rumor developed that senior quarterback John Wolford would not start against the No. 2 Clemson Tigers.
Last week, on Sept. 25, the one-year anniversary of the passing of Wake Forest legend and global icon, Arnold Palmer, the world reflected on the life of one of golf’s greatest players.
I sat down with Colin Halm of The Tiger, the student newspaper at Clemson, to find out a little more about Wake Forest’s matchup with the No. 2 Clemson Tigers.
On Friday, Sept. 22, the Publications Committee of Wake Forest held its first meeting in two academic years, in what was intended by Committee member and Associate Dean of the College, Tom Phillips, to be both a social event and general discussion of what challenges and opportunities student editors face.
In front of a crowd of 35,126 — the largest to ever attend a game at Kidd Brewer Stadium — Dave Clawson’s Demon Deacons escaped with a 20-19 victory over Appalachian State.
Next Saturday, Sept. 23, Wake Forest will look to remain perfect for the season and will renew its in-state rivalry with App State.
Three years ago the Leadership Project was launched with the intention of inspiring the Wake Forest community through the sharing of stories from leaders that spanned a variety of age groups and professions.
Seniors Will Zalatoris and Paul McBride faced off in the 2017 Walker Cup, competing for the U.S. and Ireland respectively.
Wake Forest forced four turnovers in its dominant performance last week at Boston College, defeating the Eagles 34-10, securing its largest ACC victory since 2013 and largest conference road win since the Deacs shutout Florida State 30-0 in 2006.
Last week featured an update on the newest Demon Deacons to sign professional contracts and take their games to the next level.
Wake Forest’s last visit to Chestnut Hill resulted in a thrilling 3-0 Demon Deacon victory as a Mike Weaver 25-yard field goal and a fourth quarter defensive stand prevented Boston College from succeeding in what was ultimately its only real opportunity of obtaining an ACC win for the 2015 season.
John Collins and Dinos Mitoglou both opted to forgo their respective junior and senior seasons and joined graduate transfer Austin Arians as the next three Demon Deacons to follow their dreams of playing professional basketball.
John Collins began his Wake Forest career under the radar—as only the third highest rated recruit in the 2015 Wake Forest recruiting class (Doral Moore and Bryant Crawford).