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2018 Schedule
6-6, 5th in ACC - Atlantic
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Best bets for every college football bowl game

Looking to bet on a college football bowl game? This is the file for you, as our four expert handicappers offer their analysis for every (non-playoff) bowl game.

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17dAdam Rittenberg

Picking winners for every bowl game matchup

From Dec. 15 through Jan. 7, the Celebration Bowl through the CFP National Championship, Adam Rittenberg picks his winners for bowl season.

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Wake Forest promotes safeties coach Lyle Hemphill to defensive coordinator. Hemphill has been handling play calls since the dismissal of Jay Sawvel earlier this season. He had been a promising defensive coordinator at Stonybrook before joining Wake Forest two years ago. Defensive line coach Dave Cohen promoted to assistant head coach for defense.

Bachman makes tough catch in corner of end zone (0:43)
Deacs score on pick-6 (1:06)
Wake Forest extends lead with hard-nosed TD (0:25)
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Pitt trounces Wake to clinch 1st ACC division title

Kenny Pickett threw a career-best three touchdown passes, all in the second half, and Pittsburgh beat Wake Forest 34-13 on Saturday to clinch its first berth in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.

Pittsburgh WR Mack with a huge stiff arm for 63-yard TD (0:27)
Wake Forest WR wide open for 28-yd TD (0:15)
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CFB early betting look for Week 12

Stanford may yet have a strong late-season push in it, and Pitt-Wake Forest is a game to keep an eye on. Our early betting look at Week 12 digs in.

Late TD catch sends Wake Forest to stun NC State (0:41)
Newman finds Dortch for Wake Forest TD (0:23)
NC State answers with one-handed catch (0:29)
Emezie finds the end zone (0:39)
Wake Forest makes two wild catches in a row (1:12)
Finley runs it in for a TD (0:25)
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42dAdam Rittenberg

Wake Forest coach visits injured Syracuse player

Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson took time to visit injured Syracuse player Tyrone Perkins, who is still hospitalized in Winston-Salem after getting hurt Saturday.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Syracuse coach Dino Babers thanks Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson for visiting Syracuse defensive back Tyrone Perkins, who has been in a North Carolina hospital recovering from a leg injury suffered in last week's game. "That was very gracious," Babers said. "For him to go out and visit one of my guys in the local hospital is something that I'll never forget and something that I'll always appreciate."

Team Stats

Passing Yards228.4
Rushing Yards214.8
Points For32.5151st
Points Against33.3