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DUKE (8 - 2) at WAKE FOREST (4 - 6)
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Week 13 Saturday, 11/23/2013 12:00 PM
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140WAKE FOREST49.549.5
DUKE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games8-2+88-25-534.915.6422.7(5.9)1.823.013.8404.6(5.4)1.9
Road Games3-0+5.73-01-225.36.7380.0(5.2)2.715.39.7329.0(4.5)2.3
Last 3 Games3-0+5.83-02-133.012.3354.0(5.4)2.720.06.7454.7(5.6)3.0
Turf Games1-0+11-00-128.07.0470.0(5.7)
Conference Games4-2+5.15-14-233.813.2386.7(5.7)2.229.717.2465.7(5.9)1.8
DUKE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)34.915.620.727:3939-185(4.7)20-3263.1%238(7.5)71-423(5.9)(12.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.28.515.220.429:1138-163(4.3)19-3160.1%230(7.3)70-393(5.7)(13.8)
Offense Road Games25.36.720.027:5439-148(3.8)18-3452.4%232(6.8)73-380(5.2)(15)
Defense (All Games)23.013.821.232:2142-169(4)19-3356.9%235(7.2)75-405(5.4)(17.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2512.619.531:5541-173(4.2)17-3057.2%203(6.8)71-377(5.3)(15)
Defense Road Games15.39.717.732:0639-121(3.1)18-3355.0%208(6.2)73-329(4.5)(21.5)

WAKE FOREST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-6+2.24-62-817.810.6299.0(4.4)2.023.814.3361.3(5)1.8
Home Games3-2+3.22-31-423.013.6317.6(4.7)
Last 3 Games0-3-11-21-28.04.7246.7(3.6)
Turf Games4-3+3.23-41-621.412.1313.4(4.6)2.320.714.0328.1(4.6)2.6
Conference Games2-5+2.33-42-514.79.4271.0(4)2.128.416.7383.0(5.3)1.1
WAKE FOREST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.810.616.830:2232-91(2.8)19-3554.1%208(5.9)68-299(4.4)(16.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.25.513.519.831:0440-165(4.1)18-3157.7%220(7.2)71-385(5.4)(15.1)
Offense Home Games23.013.617.430:4733-94(2.8)20-3557.4%224(6.4)68-318(4.7)(13.8)
Defense (All Games)23.814.318.929:3638-146(3.8)21-3560.6%215(6.2)73-361(5)(15.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2815.818.829:5639-185(4.7)17-2959.6%212(7.3)68-397(5.8)(14.1)
Defense Home Games22.015.218.029:1030-91(3.1)26-4458.8%234(5.3)74-325(4.4)(14.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: DUKE 30.7,  WAKE FOREST 34.7
DUKE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/19/2013@ VIRGINIA35-22W2.5W52.5O44-18022-40-292139-10020-38-2631
10/26/2013@ VIRGINIA TECH13-10W12W47U28-917-26-107446-17321-38-2144
11/9/2013NC STATE38-20W-11W57O31-12320-34-198448-16413-33-2484
11/23/2013@ WAKE FOREST            
11/30/2013@ N CAROLINA            

WAKE FOREST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/28/2013@ CLEMSON7-56L28.5L58.5O31-6019-30-162247-16628-36-4070
10/5/2013NC STATE28-13W8W48U32-11424-39-268132-11527-43-2572
10/26/2013@ MIAMI21-24L26W55U25-5925-46-302140-20017-28-1910
11/2/2013@ SYRACUSE0-13L4L52.5U18-4022-54-173145-18319-31-1690
11/9/2013FLORIDA ST3-59L34L55.5O40-1037-25-63734-8922-39-2072
11/30/2013@ VANDERBILT            
DUKE: After ending a 17-year bowl drought, the Blue Devils will rely on dual-threat QB Anthony Boone (6 rush TD; 5.6 YPA, 6 TD, 3 INT career) in a more spread offense, as opposed to the pro-style attack under departed QB Sean Renfree. Five-foot-9 WR Jamison Crowder (1,025 rec. yds, 8 TD) is tough to contain. Four starters return to a solid O-Line that hopes to open up more holes for the nation's 100th-ranked rushing offense (101 YPG) that rotates RBs Jela Duncan (553 rush yds, 4 TD), Josh Snead (496 rush yds) and Juwan Thompson (352 rush yds). The defense, which allowed 49.2 PPG during an 0-5 finish to 2012, still needs a ton of work, especially the makeshift secondary. 2010 Freshman All-American LB Kelby Brown (ACL) should be healthy to join standout DE Kenny Anunike (5 sacks) and CB Ross Cockrell (5 INT).
WAKE FOREST: After ranking in the nation's bottom-10 in points (18.5 PPG) and yards (301 YPG), the Demon Deacons will run more option plays this year with QB Tanner Price (2,300 pass yds, 12 TD, 7 INT). The O-Line should be healthier to create more holes for Price and RBs Josh Harris (608 rush yds, 5 TD) and Deandre Martin (484 rush yds, 6 TD). When Price drops back, he'll look mostly to WR Michael Campanaro (763 rec. yds, 6 TD), who nearly set an ACC record with 79 catches. The 90th-ranked defense (433 YPG) allowed 37+ points six times, but returns nearly everybody. The D-Line isn't impressive, but the back seven sure are, especially CB Kevin Johnson (15 PD, 3 INT), FS A.J. Marshall (76 tackles) and LB Justin Jackson (81 tackles, 4 sacks).
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*Duke-Wake Forest Preview* ==========================

Duke (8-2) at Wake Forest (4-6), 12:00 p.m. EDT

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - They're used to winning streaks, national rankings and ACC championship buzz at Duke.

Just not in football.

But now that the 25th-ranked Blue Devils have the upper hand in the Coastal Division race, they're out to prove there's more to sports at Duke than basketball.

"You work so hard all year long, and you see all those numbers next to teams' names, and you say, `I want that,"' tight end Braxton Deaver said Tuesday. "Duke, Top 25 - how about that? We couldn't be any more excited about it."

Everyone's getting caught up in Duke's rapid rise - even the members of Mike Krzyzewski's powerhouse basketball program who are happy to share the spotlight around campus with the football players.

Freshman phenom Jabari Parker joked that when he signed his letter of intent last year, he didn't know he was headed to a football school.

"I'm so excited our football team's doing well," Parker said. "I don't like being the center of attention, so I try to stay low-key and focus on them as much as possible. ... We're so used to the program being a basketball school. When they look at football - they're doing good."

The Blue Devils (8-2, 4-2), the only two-loss team in the division, have won six straight - their longest winning streak since 1994. Now they have their first national ranking since they spent seven weeks of that year in the polls.

If they close with wins over Wake Forest (4-6, 2-5) on Saturday and North Carolina, they'll play No. 2 Florida State in the ACC championship game.

"We wanted to make sure that we finish," cornerback Ross Cockrell said. "Obviously, guys are excited and happy. This is the first time we've been in a situation like this. But we know the job is not done."

Maybe not, but it's worth taking a moment to reflect on the exponential progress Duke's program has made from the hapless bunch that went winless four times with two one-win seasons from 1996-2007.

Since the league split into divisions in 2005, the Blue Devils have been picked to finish last in the Coastal every year but once - including this year, the first with 14 ACC teams.

Quipped coach David Cutcliffe: "The only difference is we went from sixth to seventh."

The situation is quite familiar for this week's opponent.

Jim Grobe's Wake Forest team was picked last in the Atlantic Division in 2006 but enjoyed a charmed run to a No. 14 national ranking, a surprise victory in the ACC title game and a berth in the Orange Bowl.

"Winning. That's the parallel," Grobe said. "Finding ways to win. That's what it's all about. Once you get it going, your confidence builds and you start expecting it and for some reason, good things happen to you."

Naturally, the Blue Devils want to keep it going.

This game marks their first as a ranked team since the 1995 Hall of Fame Bowl loss to Wisconsin.

The streak includes wins over then-No. 16 Virginia Tech and then-No. 24 Miami last weekend - the first time since 1971 that they've beaten two ranked teams in the same season.

What's more, they realistically could be 9-1, had they come up with one more play somewhere in a 58-55 loss to Pitt on Sept. 21.

And they know they can't afford to let down now that the other teams in the division are chasing them for a change.

"Really, it's in our hands," Deaver said. "We win two games, we're in the ACC championship."

Wake Forest fell 59-3 at home to the Seminoles on Nov. 9 for its third straight loss. The Demon Deacons, who haven't dropped four in a row since a nine-game skid in 2010, also struggled offensively in a 13-0 loss at Syracuse the previous week.

They've been without receiver Michael Campanaro, who has accounted for nearly 30 percent of Wake Forest's total offense, since he broke his collarbone against Syracuse.

"I definitely won't be playing this Saturday, but I'm definitely not ruled out for the next game," Campanaro said. "Everything is going great with my rehab. I'm feeling really good, the bone is healing up fast. I'm definitely out for this game, but who knows, we'll see for the next game."

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