These five players outperformed expectations and moved up draft boards. 5. John Ross III, Wide Receiver, Washington Why is he just No. 5 after breaking the 40 yard dash all-time record with a 4.22? One reason is that the 40 yard dash is the most overrated aspect of the NFL Draft. The Combine is important, […]
While many Wake Forest students wait all year for the December holiday’s to provide them with new gifts and toys, NFL coaches and fans alike look forward to March.
Three hundred and thirty NFL prospects are currently preparing for the highly anticipated annual showcase of athleticism known as the Combine.
While it’s imperative to get highly touted recruits, it’s also key to have coaches with the ability to recruit talent.
The 2016-17 NFL season was interesting, to say the least.
With the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, the Patriots beat the Falcons in an overtime epic.
With national signing day in the books, college football fans now have a clearer picture of what the top 25 may look like in 2017.
A little before 11:00pm on Sunday night, a sixth-round draft pick out of Michigan hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for the fifth time, looked out upon the delirious Patriot fans at NRG Stadium, and belted out a “Let’s go!” that was equal parts joyful as it was intense.
Offense in the National Football League is becoming increasingly pass-dominated, and as a result, defenses are getting smaller and faster to compensate.
As the NFL Season nears completion, all but two teams, Superbowl contenders — the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots — see the NFL Draft as their most immediate priority.
The Wake Forest football team is coming off of it’s best and most newsworthy season in at least five years, and the roller coaster doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon for head Coach Dave Clawson and the rest of the program.
Conference Championship weekend is officially over, but it wasn’t nearly as competitive as many thought it would be.
The Second Round of the 2016 NFL Playoffs has ended and the Conference Championships are set to begin next Sunday, January 15th.
As the smallest school in the Power Five conferences, it’s not often that the Wake Forest football program makes national headlines.
The NFL regular season wrapped up almost two weeks ago and finalized the 12 teams that are hoping to bring the Lombardi Trophy back to their city in February.
Though the game didn’t start the way the Deacons wanted, it certainly finished in a favorable way. Wake Forest overcame a mid-game injury to starting quarterback John Wolford to take down the No. 23 Temple Owls on Dec. 27 and become the 2016 Military Bowl Champions.
Wake Forest leads Temple 31-10 at the end of the first half. Below we break down the first and second quarters:
Wake Forest hasn’t been to a bowl game since 2011. Long a laughingstock of the ACC, the Demon Deacons will be looking to change the narrative today, as they will take on the No. 24 Temple Owls in the Northrop Grumman Military Bowl.
On Tuesday, Dec. 27 the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will meet the No. 24 Temple Owls in the 2016 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman.
Wake Forest and No. 24 Temple will play in the 2016 Military Bowl on Tuesday, Dec. 27 in Annapolis, Md. Here are Wake Forest’s five keys to the game, that if followed give them a chance to finish the season with its first winning record since 2008.
In what could be the college sports story of the year, former Wake Forest assistant football coach and IMG radio announcer Tommy Elrod has been accused of providing “confidential and proprietary game preparations” to multiple opponents of Wake Forest since 2014.
For the first time since 2011, the Wake Forest football team will be playing in a bowl game. The Deacs will take on No. 23 Temple in the Northrop Grumman Military Bowl in Annapolis, Maryland, at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
Kansas City Chiefs at Atlanta Falcons
Oakland Raiders at Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers suffered another devastating loss in the final seconds of the fourth quarter on Sunday as the Oakland Raiders beat them at home 35-32.
The Demon Deacon defense forced three early turnovers to build a 12-point lead in the first half before the Cardinals took control of the game late with 44 unanswered points.