Wake Forest Demon Deacons Tickets
Wake Forest is on the rise and the Demon Deacons are ready to roll this year. Get your Wake Forest football tickets now so you can be there for all the games at BB&T Field this season.
Wake Forest Demon Deacons Football Schedule
Thursday, 8:00 PM
Friday, 7:00 PM
After becoming bowl eligible in ‘11, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons took a step back last season. They finished just 5-7 and fifth in the Atlantic Division of the ACC. They were very inconsistent last year and suffered some very bad losses to some of the nation’s top teams. Last season Wake played three top 25 teams including Florida State, Clemson, and Notre Dame. They were 0-3 in these games and lost by a combined score of 132-13. Head coach Jim Grobe is entering his 13th season at Wake Forest and will look to improve on a disappointing ‘12 season. The ACC welcomes several new teams including Pittsburgh, Syracuse, and Notre Dame. The Deacs will certainly have their hands full but their experienced roster should help them to remain competitive this season.
It hard to believe that Jim Grobe has been at Wake for over a decade, but those are the facts. Wake’s 2013 football schedule features some big games at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem. Among the home games are battles against NC State, Maryland, Florida State, and Duke. The Demon Deacons also have a big road game at Clemson Tigers. With a capacity of just 31,500, BB&T Field can sell out fast for big games, so be sure to get your Wake Forest football tickets early.
The recent success of the Wake Forest program appears to have helped coach Grobe in recruiting, as he’s welcoming one of his finest incoming classes this season. That should make Wake Forest a contender for years to come, so make sure you get in on the action early this year with Wake Forest Demon Deacons football tickets from GoTickets.
Catch some great ACC football games this season with tickets to every game and finish the year off with 2015 ACC Championship and Orange Bowl tickets.
|Boston College Eagles||Clemson Tigers|
|Florida State Seminoles||Maryland Terrapins|
|NC State Wolfpack||Syracuse Orange|
|Wake Forest Demon Deacons|
|Duke Blue Devils||Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets|
|Miami Hurricanes||North Carolina Tar Heels|
|Pittsburgh Panthers||Virginia Cavaliers|
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