On Tuesday, the College Football Playoff Committee released their initial playoff rankings for the 2017 season.
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.
Just two days before the game, a rumor developed that senior quarterback John Wolford would not start against the No. 2 Clemson Tigers.
Week six in the NFL got off to an exciting start in Charlotte when the Eagles and Panthers faced off for this week’s edition of Thursday Night Football.
Wake Forest entered their matchup against No. 25 Florida State this past Saturday, Sept. 30 seeking their first 5-0 record since 2006, when they last won the ACC Championship.
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.
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.
This week was the most politically charged week in recent sports history.
The 2017-18 NFL season got into full swing in Week 2, as some of the league’s top teams turned in impressive performances.
Wake Forest University celebrated its annual homecoming weekend with a final 46-10 win against the Utah State Aggies to stay undefeated at 3-0.
Next Saturday, Sept. 23, Wake Forest will look to remain perfect for the season and will renew its in-state rivalry with App State.
Week 1 of the 2017-18 NFL season further proved that no matter the opponent, in this league winning is no simple task.
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.
Week two of the 2017 college football season did not have the same last minute shockers that week one graced fans with, but Saturday, Sept. 9 was still a great day to watch athletes battle it out on the gridiron.
In the first game of their 2017-18 campaign, the Wake Forest football team took on FCS (Football Championship subdivision) opponent Presbyterian.
Wake Forest has a relatively simple six-game stretch to start the season, but their bowl dreams will be decided in the season’s second half.
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.
Week one of the 2017-2018 college football season got off to an outstanding start this past weekend.
Coming off of their most successful season since 2011, the Wake Forest football team will face high expectations as they begin their 2017-18 season and look to get off to the same 4-0 start that propelled them to a 7-6 season and a thrilling 34-26 win over Temple in the Military Bowl.
Sophomore cornerback Essang Bassey has been an example of defensive success during this new era of Wake Forest football.
Following the recent events involving nationalists and neo-Nazi’s in Charlottesville, VA, ESPN announced that one of its employees would no longer be broadcasting the opening football game between the University of Virginia (UVA) and William & Mary College in Charlottesville.
The NFL draft is just days away, and every team is looking to make the the best draft possible.
Dave Clawson and his staff are off to a hot start on the recruiting trail for the class of 2018.