WINSTON-SALEM — Sam Hartman passed for 244 yards and a touchdown, Christian Turner rushed for two scores and Wake Forest beat Norfolk State 41…
The chance for early playing time can be a key — and hollow — selling point in recruiting, and Ryan Smenda Jr. knows so.
Not to belabor the point, but the expectations for Wake Forest’s football season at the end of spring practice last season were for something better than a 7-6 season.
This has been an eventful week with Wake Forest’s football team, so here’s a compilation of topics and some contextual quotes on them:
Coach Dave Clawson said that Wake Forest will release its depth chart for the season-opening game against Tulane on Thursday afternoon, and that there’s one position on it that the staff is still evaluating who will start.
Wake Forest is now less than two weeks from the season opener at Tulane, and the Deacons have now completed two scrimmages in fall camp.
Wake Forest’s football team practices 24 times in the next 29 days, starting with Wednesday morning’s leap into the season, leading up to the opener against Tulane on Aug. 30.
Seven members of Wake Forest’s 2018 football recruiting class arrived in Winston-Salem early. The freshmen joined the program in January and have been working out since.
Reinforcements are coming for Wake Forest’s secondary in a few forms.