Kenny Pickett threw a career-best three touchdown passes, all in the second half, and Pittsburgh beat Wake Forest 34-13 on Saturday to clinch its first berth in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.
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- Wake Forest coach visits injured Syracuse player
- Wake Forest to start redshirt Newman at QB
- Wake Forest QB Hartman to miss rest of season
- Wake Forest RB makes L'ville regret '15 snubbing
Ryan McGee, Chris Low & Jake Trotter discuss NC State stubbing its toe (again) (3:10), the chaos potential of Week 11 (7:40), the magnificent Kyler Murray (13:44) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (23:07) and Extra Points (36:15).
Jamie Newman threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Jack Freudenthal with 30 seconds left to give Wake Forest a 27-23 upset victory over No. 22 North Carolina State on Thursday night.
Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson speaks with Ian Fitzsimmons before facing NC State.
Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson took time to visit injured Syracuse player Tyrone Perkins, who is still hospitalized in Winston-Salem after getting hurt Saturday.
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Syracuse coach Dino Babers thanks Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson for visiting Syracuse defensive back Tyrone Perkins, who has been in a North Carolina hospital recovering from a leg injury suffered in last week's game. "That was very gracious," Babers said. "For him to go out and visit one of my guys in the local hospital is something that I'll never forget and something that I'll always appreciate."
With Sam Hartman out with a season-ending leg injury, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will start redshirt sophomore Jamie Newman at quarterback this week against No. 22 North Carolina State.
Wake Forest says starting quarterback Sam Hartman will miss the rest of the season with a leg injury.
Eric Dungey rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown, Jarveon Howard ran for two scores and No. 22 Syracuse beat Wake Forest 41-24 on Saturday.
Matt Colburn said revenge wasn't on his mind Saturday, but running for a career-high 243 yards against a Louisville team that snubbed him in 2015 certainly must have been sweet for the Wake Forest tailback.