6:44 PM EST, Tue December 01, 2015

My Take on Wake: The Great Escape from New Jersey

Not since Dino Gaudio was head coach, way back in 2009-10, has any game Wake won in November ultimately mattered.

My Take on Wake: Putting Another Lost Season to Bed

Even at the end of a season with low expectations, I somehow expected more out of Wake in today's finale against Duke.

My Take on Wake: Deacs Rally Around Loss of Crawford

Wake Forest did not get all it wanted from its trip to Maui Jim Maui Classic.

My Take on Wake: Success Too Hard to Handle

Before tonight, it was impossible to know how Danny Manning's teams at Wake handle success.

My Take on Wake: A Guessing Game Before the Game

A friendly tip for those planning to tailgate in the parking lot of BBamp;T Field before Saturday's game against Duke.

My Take on Wake: Deacons Have Another Score to Settle

Wake will have something for Clemson when the Deacons return here to Death Valley in two years. It would be foolhardy to look that far ahead and predict a Wake win, but I'd be willing to bet it will b

My Take on Wake: A Trip Before the Trip

The most telling numbers on the box score of Wake's loss to Richmond tonight at Joel Coliseum was not the score (91-82), the number of Deacon turnovers (20) or even the Spiders' field-goal accuracy in

Williams' Love of Football Pays Off

Hunter Williams is a great Wake story that keeps getting better.

Wake Will Rise if Crawford's Shots Fall

Hobe Collins, my father, attended what was then known as Western Carolina Teachers College back in the late 40s on the GI Bill and graduated with a degree in -- of all subjects -- mathematics.

My Take on Wake: A Sign of Things to Come?

Coach Dave Clawson believed in his heart, if not his head, that Wake could pull off the greatest upset in the program's history by knocking off fourth-ranked Notre Dame in South Bend today.

Exposed Wake Secondary Faces Huge Challenge

The secondary is a primary concern for coach Dave Clawson going into Saturday's challenge of a lifetime at No. 5 Notre Dame.

My Take on Wake: Once Again, Coach K Gets His Man

All along I thought there were at least 1,018 reasons Harry Giles, the great hometown hope of Wake Forest, would end up playing his college basketball at Duke.