The Drive Wednesday 1-23-13 -Mike Gminski joins The Drive to talk about the NC State/Wake Forest game from last night. They get into if Mike thinks the Wolfpack will bounce back from some tough losses, if its the coaching that causes the Wolfpack to play to their competition, and they talk about the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and how they will grow from beating the Wolfpack.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — The fouls just kept adding up for No. 18 North Carolina State.
(AP) — North Carolina State has been dominant during a five-game win streak over Wake Forest.
NC State’s loss at Maryland, and close call against Clemson were so predictable. At some point Mark Gottfried’s teams must stop playing to the level of its competition if they truly want to become elite. Thus, tonight at Wake Forest should be an easy victory. And beating an average North Carolina squad on Saturday shouldn’t be a problem, either.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — A.J. Blue knows no one can fully replace Gio Bernard in North Carolina’s offense. Still, Blue and Romar Morris did enough to keep the chains moving for the Tar Heels in their Atlantic Coast Conference opener.
The Drive Friday 9-7-12-Larry Fedora talks with The Drive about his blowout win against Elon, this weeks game against Wake Forest, and what the Tar Heels season wide goals are.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina and Wake Forest both started the year with home wins against lower-division opponents. Yet only the Tar Heels are feeling good heading into Saturday’s Atlantic Coast Conference opener between the instate rivals.
Mac Attack Wake AD Ron Wellman joins the guys to talk about his knowledge of what is going on with college football conference expansion.
ESPN, Dino Gaudio: “Syracuse & Kentucky Are A Different Caliber Of Team, They Can Win On Either Side Of The Basketball”
The Drive Wednesday 2-29-12- Former Wake Forest coach and current ESPN college basketball analyst Dino Gaudio, about the Duke vs Carolina this weekend, who the top teams are in college basketball, and we get his […]
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) Wake Forest seemed headed for another blowout against No. 4 Duke. The Demon Deacons fell behind by more than 20 points and the Blue Devils were scoring seemingly at will.