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Those versed in Greek mythology will recognize this as a Sisyphean kind of season for Wake Forest.
Since the ACC expansion of a decade ago, tradition has been beaten to a bloody pulp.
For more than 30 years -- dating to a time when few in the ACC had ever heard of a basketball coach named Mike Krzyzewski -- I was in the trenches, professionally speaking, with Lenox Rawlings.
Wake Forest takes the bus to Clemson because it's not worth the trouble of busing to the airport, flying to Greenville, and then chartering another bus for the final 45-minute ride to Tiger Town.
Just saw some news cool enough to warm the cockles of this old heart.
To notch his 998th and 999th victories as a college head coach, Mike Krzyzewski resorted to what would have been the unthinkable 30 years ago.
North Carolina burned Wake's highly flammable defense to a crisp tonight in an 87-71 torching at Joel Coliseum.
Beauty, as we've all been told since birth, is in the eye of beholder.
MTOW: Where’s the program today, a year after you took over, and how fast is it moving toward becoming a factor in the ACC.
MTOW: What gains have been made in the weight room?
MTOW: To a guy sitting up in the stands or in Deacon Tower, how will your second team at Wake resemble the first and how will it look different?
MTOW: Who are the freshmen already enrolled and what impact on the competition in the spring do you see from them?
MTOW: Would you just assess your recruiting efforts? I know you can only talk specifically about the ones who are enrolled, but in general, how have you recruited?
MTOW: Last question. What are the main goals of spring?
On its first-ever trip to Syracuse's Carrier Dome, Wake Forest just about wore out its welcome.
If Danny Manning has said it once, he's said it 100 times. He doesn't care what happened at Wake over the past four seasons because he wasn't around.
Wake Forest’s long-running search for its first ACC victory of the season is over.
Karl Hess made himself the story of ACC basketball games one too many times and will no longer be calling conference games.
For two games in a row now my media compadres have tried to get Danny Manning to tell us how good he feels about Wake playing top-five teams close.
Athletics Director Ron Wellman got a ringing endorsement tonight for hiring Danny Manning to coach basketball at Wake.