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SamuraiFoochs

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Podcast So Dear Episode 6: 10/3/2012

The sixth episode of PSD sees SamuraiFoochs, BJohnston, and Robert Reinhard discussing the difficult loss to Duke, the injury to star WR Michael Campanaro, predictions for the upcoming Wake/Maryland match-up on Saturday, and bowl possibilities.

Deacs lose to Duke 34-27, Campanaro injured

A streak of 12 wins for Wake Forest against the Duke Blue Devils in football is over, with Wake committing four turnovers and losing star receiver Michael Campanaro to a hand injury.

Podcast So Dear episode: Army recap & Duke preview

The fifth episode of Podcast So Dear, the official Blogger So Dear Podcast, includes a wrap-up of the Demon Deacons' victory against Army and the upcoming battle against Duke. Features BSD writers SamuraiFoochs, BJohnston, and Robert Reinhard.

Deacs top Black Knights 49-37

Wake Forest moves to 3-1 in offensive shootout against the Black Knights.

Podcast So Dear Episode 4: September 19, 2012

The fourth episode of Podcast So Dear, the Blogger So Dear podcast. This episode features FSU post-game analysis and pre-game analysis of Wake Forest's upcoming game against the Army Black Knights.

Game Recap in Haiku: Noles Trounce Deacs, 52-0

Can't make a tackle FSU might just be back Please play better soon Well that was painful. The first series or two actually looked decent, with Wake's defense holding pretty strong and Josh...

Podcast So Dear Episode 3: September 13, 2012

Don't call it a comeback! PSD is finally back with a third episode! In this episode, SamuraiFoochs (Matt), BJohnston (Bart), and Robert Reinhard discuss Notre Dame joining the ACC and the...

Game Recap: Deacs Top Heels in Legendary 28-27 Thriller

Now, before you guys strain your eyes from rolling them at the title of this recap, let's just go over some basic pieces of this game: First, our already paper thin offensive line experienced more...

Game Recap: Wake Wins Nailbiter Over Liberty, 20-17

Do not adjust your monitors. That headline, worryingly, is factually accurate. It really was distressing to be sitting in the stands and be looking at a team that we should've been taking to the...

SF's Take: The Triad Pro-Am and What We Learned

A rundown of the performances of all the 2012-2013 Demon Deacons at the Triad Pro-Am Summer League at Forsyth Country Day.

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CM Punk's heel turn is make or break for the Straight Edge Superstar and WWE

This story is an opinion piece about CM Punk's recent heel turn, and what it may mean for the future of Punk's career and the future of the WWE at large.

SF's Take: 5 Wake Forest Basketball Moments In The 2011-12 Season That Were Actually Pretty Cool

Don't call it a comeback, I've been here a year! Okay, not quite, but you guys need to allow me that reference because come on, it's a classic. Anyway, the dog days of summer haven't exactly been...

SF's Take: An Open Letter To Everybody, Or Why Nobody's Right

Now, BSD writer SamuraiFoochs throws his thoughts into the fray on the long-term prospects and the viability of the Wake Forest basketball program.

Jeff Bzdelik Gives Interview On Coaches Vs. Cancer, Future Of Wake Program

Coach Bzdelik gave an interview a few days ago about Tuesday's Coaches Vs. Cancer event, and naturally, the interview moved towards other topics, notably the Wake basketball program, struggles and...

2012 NFL Draft Roundup: Wake Forest OG Joe Looney Drafted To San Francisco

The third of the three Deacs drafted in Round 4 was G Joe Looney. Joe went 22nd in the round, 117th overall, to the San Francisco 49ers. Interestingly, Joe seems to be a more highly touted pick...

2012 NFL Draft Roundup: Wake Forest LB Kyle Wilber Taken By Dallas Cowboys

The second of three Deacs to end up getting drafted on Saturday was OLB Kyle Wilber, who was taken by the Dallas Cowboys with the 18th pick of Round 4, 114th overall. Wilber doesn't necessarily...

2012 NFL Draft Roundup: Wake Forest WR Chris Givens Goes In The 4th To The St. Louis Rams

(Photo courtesy of Bob Hebert) Well guys, wonder no more! Three of the Demon Deacon Football family will all have chances to show their stuff at the next level. There will be a short piece on...

Podcast So Dear, Episode 2: 4/26/2012

We're back with another edition of PSD! Podcast Powered By Podbean In this half-hour edition of PSD, SamuraiFoochs (Matt), RAJohnston (Riley), BJohnston (Bart), and pegrcc9 (Corey) discuss...

SF's Take: The Super Seven, Hope, and Tempering Expectations

Spring sports are in full swing (which is awesome), and football is almost here (which is probably even more awesome), but for whatever reason I find myself still thinking of hoops. And naturally,...

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SF's Take: 5 Stars That The WWE Should Make More Super

So I'm feeling the urge to write something about pro wrestling, and I figured as long as I'm doing that, I might as well share it with everybody here, especially since it's a topic that's ripe for...

Dean Ambrose (Jon Moxley) confronts Mick Foley during Wrestlemania weekend This is awesome to me. ...

Dean Ambrose (Jon Moxley) confronts Mick Foley during Wrestlemania weekend This is awesome to me. Viral debuts are the way of the future, I think.

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New Excites Old Excites New: Brock, Rock, and Business

So with the return of Brock Lesnar to WWE Raw last night in Miami, ten years after his original debut, and the apparent long-term part time return of The Rock to "home", I know I for one am filled...

SF's Take Special Edition: The 2011-2012 Basketball Season Postmortem

Well, first off let me apologize to the BSD faithful for being scarce lately; this week has been madness of an entirely different kind for me, for better and sometimes for worse. But enough about...

Introducing Podcast So Dear

Ladies and gentlemen, DO NOT adjust your monitors! The writers on BSD (with yours truly largely spearheading the project, but who's counting?) have been plotting for the better part of a week on...

Behind Enemy Lines: Maryland G Terrell Stoglin

So the Deacs play Maryland on Thursday in the first round of the ACC Tournament. Will the Deacs be able to make a miracle run? (Spoiler alert: no). Regardless of that, the game against the Terps...

SF's Take Special Edition: On Struggles and Accountability

So the regular season is over. It ended in a way that, in my estimation, is a microcosm of the state of the program, but I'll get to that in a little bit. The season ended in a way that, in my...

Game Recap: Wake Forest Shows Fight, Falls To Duke 79-71

Well, no one can say Wake didn't make it interesting. After Wake went down 23 points with about 10 minutes left, Wake rebounded with a 19-2 run, making it a two possession game with several...

Behind Enemy Lines: Duke G Austin Rivers

Blogger So Dear goes inside the game of Austin Rivers.

Game Recap: Deacs Eviscerate Eagles, 85-56

Alright, I'm going to get something out of the way right now. I AM NOT GOING TO TALK IN THIS PIECE ABOUT THE COACHING SITUATION OR THE ADMINISTRATION. For crying out loud guys, we destroyed...

Behind Enemy Lines: Boston College F Ryan Anderson

Coming in under the wire, it's a "Wait, those aren't a Wake guy's stats?" edition of BHL, Boston College's Ryan Anderson. He's their leading scorer and rebounder, and much like the rest of his...

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