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Duke football Pick 3 Mini Plans now availableDuke football Pick 3 Mini Plans now available
[Jul. 14, 2009] Can’t make it to every game at Wallace Wade Stadium this season? Order a Pick 3 Mini Plan instead! With the Pick 3 Mini Plan, you have the option of choosing the three games that are most convenient for you to attend for only $60!
 
NC State football coach Tom O'Brien to appear at Triangle Pigskin PreviewNC State football coach Tom O'Brien to appear at Triangle Pigskin Preview
[Jul. 14, 2009] NC State football coach Tom O’Brien will join three other head coaches from the area for the seventh-annual Triangle Pigskin Preview at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Convention Center next Thursday, July 23. O’Brien will appear with North Carolina coach Butch Davis, Duke coach David Cutcliffe and North Carolina Central coach Mose Rison in discussing their teams’ prospects for the upcoming season.
 
History of the Demon Deacon mascot: 1922 - 1975
[Jul. 13, 2009] There are some things at Wake Forest that are absolutely unique. The familiar spirited figure in top hat and tails on the sidelines at every game is one - The Wake Forest Demon Deacon. The tradition of the Deacon began in 1922 when a gentleman named Hank Garrity, Sr. took over the coaching of the college's athletic teams. At that time Wake Forest teams were called the "Baptists" and the "Old Gold and Black."
 
Progress continues on Kenan Football Center renovationsProgress continues on Kenan Football Center renovations
[Jul. 11, 2009] Renovation of the Kenan Football Center continues to make steady progress. An additional floor (level five) is being added to the existing structure and renovations are being made throughout the building. The fifth floor contains office and recruiting space for the day-to-day operations of the football program, four gameday suites, a larger video and studio facility and a state-of-the-art press conference area.
 
A look at back at the Wake Forest football team of 1889A look at back at the Wake Forest football team of 1889
[Jul. 10, 2009] George Blanton, a four year letter winner and member of the Wake Forest football team from 1889-1892 composed a letter in 1957 recalling his days on the fledgling squad. The team officially began the year before Blanton's arrival and had no coach. No teams in North Carolina had played the game before. The young men learned tactics and rules exclusively from the rule book written by Walter Camp, the man credited with inventing football in the late 19th century by tweaking the rules of rugby.
 
2009 Duke football poster now available2009 Duke football poster now available
[Apr. 26, 2009] The 2009 Duke Football poster -- PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE -- is now available free of charge.
 
UNC's quarterbacks shine in spring showcaseUNC's quarterbacks shine in spring showcase
[Mar. 28, 2009] North Carolina's trio of quarterbacks - T.J. Yates, Mike Paulus and Braden Hanson - combined to complete 23 of 30 attempts for 202 yards and a touchdown in Carolina's Spring Showcase Saturday afternoon at Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels' 68-play scrimmage was highlighted by a 46-yard completion from Yates to sophomore Dwight Jones at the 1-yard line.
 
UNC's football spring showcase headlines Tar Heel Super SaturdayUNC's football spring showcase headlines Tar Heel Super Saturday
[Mar. 26, 2009] Six different Tar Heel sports, including the football Spring Showcase and No. 2-ranked baseball team, are scheduled for the University of North Carolina's Super Saturday on March 28th.
 
Atlantic Coast Conference announces 2009 ACC football scheduleAtlantic Coast Conference announces 2009 ACC football schedule
[Feb. 12, 2009] The 2009 Atlantic Coast Conference football schedule released today by Commissioner John D. Swofford is comprised of 96 games, including 48 conference match-ups, over a span of 13 weeks.
 
RFK Stadium set to host inaugural EagleBank Bowl this Saturday
[Dec. 18, 2008] Great tradition. Great days. Exciting plays. Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium celebrates another great day and kicks off a new tradition when the stadium hosts the inaugural EagleBank Bowl on Saturday, December 20th, the first-ever bowl game in the Nation’s Capital. The Wake Forest University Demon Deacons take on the Midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy in the historic matchup.
 
2008 All-ACC football teams announced2008 All-ACC football teams announced
[Dec. 1, 2008] Four Atlantic Division schools - Boston College, Florida State, Maryland and Wake Forest - had three players selected by the 67 voting members of ACSMA. Clemson, Virginia and North Carolina landed two players apiece on the All-ACC team.
 
ACC announces kickoff times and TV for Saturday, November 29
[Nov. 23, 2008] The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Sunday all of its game times and TV networks for November 29.
 
ACC Football This Week - Week 3ACC Football This Week - Week 3
[Sep. 13, 2008] Week three of the Road to Tampa Bay features unbeaten Georgia Tech, traveling to Virginia Tech for an important Coastal Division contest in a game that will be regionally-televised by ABC (3:30 pm). The Jackets, led by the sophtandem of QB Josh Nesbitt and B-Back Jonathan Dwyer, are coming off a victory in the first ACC game of the year, a 19-16 decision at Boston College. The Hokies are led by QBs Sean Glennon and Tyrod Taylor. Taylor rushed for 112 yards in a 24-7 win over Furman.
 
ACC by the numbers - Week 3ACC by the numbers - Week 3
[Sep. 13, 2008] This week's ACC by the numbers. Clemson free safety Michael Hamlin is tied for 2nd nationally in pass interceptions after picking off three aerials last week against The Citadel. Hamlin is also tied for the ACC lead in tackles, averaging 11.5 a game.
 
ACC football game summaries - Week 2ACC football game summaries - Week 2
[Sep. 13, 2008] Here's a summary of last week's Atlantic Coast Conference football games.

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