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Wake Forest vs. Gardner-Webb post game notes[Sep. 17, 2011]
Danny Dembry caught eight passes for 126 yards, both career highs, and Tanner Price threw for 281 yards and two touchdowns to lead Wake Forest to a 48-5 rout of Gardner-Webb on Saturday at BB&T Field. With the win against Gardner-Webb Wake Forest improves to 2-1 on the season.
Atlantic Coast Conference announces ACC Football Players of the Week[Sep. 12, 2011]
Wake Forest sophomore quarterback Tanner Price headlines a list of eight players announced Monday as the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Players of the Week. Price threw for 297 yards and one touchdown completing 22 of 35 passes to lead the Deacons to a 34-27 win over NC State in their ACC opener.
Butch Davis dismissed as head coach of Carolina football program[Jul. 28, 2011]
University of North Carolina Chancellor Holden Thorp announced Wednesday evening that Butch Davis has been dismissed as head coach of the Carolina football program. Davis was informed by Thorp and Director of Athletics Dick Baddour of the decision.
Wolfpack's new football uniforms will have "STATE" emblazed across the chest of the jerseys[Jul. 27, 2011]
The Wolfpack football team will take the field in a new uniform style and fabric in 2011. The home jerseys, which are a bright, true NC State red, will have “STATE” emblazoned across the chest, while the classic pants will be adorned with “Block S” logo. The uniforms are made with adidas’ TechFit fabric, which promises a more breatheable, comfortable fit for the players and the pants feature a sleek, beltless design.
Atlantic Coast Conference announces preseason 2011 All-ACC football team[Jul. 27, 2011]
On Monday the media at the ACC Football Kickoff, which was held July 24-25 at the Pinehurst Resort, voted for the preseason All-ACC football team. In all, 15 of the 25 honorees on the team earned first or second-team All-ACC honors last fall, with nine having been selected to the All-ACC first team. Three of the selections are returning first-team 2011 All-Americas.
Florida State picked by media in preseason poll to win ACC Championship[Jul. 25, 2011]
Florida State, seeking its first league title since 2005, is the consensus choice to win the Atlantic Division and to defeat Virginia Tech in the Dr Pepper ACC Championship Game according to a poll of media members attending this week's ACC Football Kickoff at the Pinehurst Resort.
Experience the 2011 ACC Football Kickoff online[Jul. 22, 2011]
The 2011 ACC Football Kickoff is set for Sunday and Monday, July 24-25 at Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, N.C. The event brings together local, regional and national media with ACC student-athletes, coaches, administrators and bowl partners for the unofficial beginning of football season.
Duke's Issac Blakeney to miss 2011 football season[Jul. 22, 2011]
Duke head football coach David Cutcliffe announced on Thursday that safety Issac Blakeney has been suspended from the university for failure to meet continuing academic eligibility requirements and will miss the 2011 season.
Duke's head football coach David Cutcliffe entertains at the Triangle Pigskin Preview[Jul. 21, 2011]
Duke head football coach David Cutcliffe represented the Blue Devil program at the ninth annual Bill Dooley Triangle/East Chapter Pigskin Preview held on Thursday at the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club. The event featured Cutcliffe along with head coaches Butch Davis (North Carolina), Henry Frazier (N.C. Central), Ruffin McNeil (East Carolina) and Tom O'Brien (N.C. State) and helped raise funding for the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame's Triangle/East Chapter.
Student-athletes attending the 2011 ACC Football Kickoff[Jul. 21, 2011]
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the names of the 24 football student-athletes who have been chosen by its 12 league schools to attend the 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff, July 24-25 at the Pinehurst Resort located in Pinehurst, N.C.
Duke football three game mini plans now available[Jul. 17, 2011]
Can’t make it to every game at Wallace Wade Stadium this season? Order a 3-Game Mini Plan! The 3-Game Mini Plans include one reserved seat in Wallace Wade Stadium for only $99, and fans may choose between the Blue Plan (home games vs. Stanford, Florida State and Tulane) or White Plan (home games vs. Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Wake Forest).
North Carolina Spring Football game at Kenan stadium on Saturday[Apr. 8, 2011]
A full day of events and activities have been planned by the University of North Carolina athletic department surrounding the Tar Heels' Spring Football event on Saturday, April 9. Admission to Kenan Stadium is free and a controlled scrimmage will begin at 3 p.m. Gates 2, 3 and 6 will open at noon.
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