vs. Florida State

Postgame Press Conference

Game Story

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 31, 2018
Winston-Salem, NC (LJVM Coliseum)

GAME NOTES

PROMOTIONS
• 4 for $44 Deal: Visit wakeforestsports.com/promo and use code “4for44” to get four tickets, four popcorns and four drinks for $44
• Jersey Night: Wear your favorite jersey to the game. The Deacon Shop will also have a sale for 25% off jerseys on Wednesday
• Anthem artist Joe Everson will perform the Star Spangled Banner (Watch). One lucky fan in attendance will win a painting of the Deacon

DEACS CONCLUDE JANUARY BY HOSTING FLORIDA STATE
• Wake Forest looks to snap a season-long seven game losing streak as it hosts Florida State
• The Deacs begin a two-game homestand to open the second half of the ACC schedule

SERIES HISTORY
• Florida State leads 25-24 (Wake Forest leads 15-8 in Winston, 14-8 at LJVM Coliseum)
• The Seminoles have won the last six meetings, including an 88-72 victory in Tallahassee last year
• Wake Forest’s last win in the series was a 71-46 victory at the LJVM Coliseum in 2012-13

LAST TIME OUT
• Wake Forest lost at Louisville, 96-77, on Saturday night
• Chaundee Brown led the Deacs with 20 points, his third 20-point game of the season
• Doral Moore (16 points, 13 rebounds) had his seventh double-double
• Bryant Crawford had 19 points and six assists

CHALLENGING FIRST HALF OF ACC PLAY
• Tonight’s game marks the start of the second half of ACC play for the Demon Deacons
• The first half of Wake Forest’s conference schedule has been challenging, with those nine opponents entering the week with a 50-29 ACC record and an average 31.0 KenPom ranking
• The Deacs’ second half of conference play will be against opponents with a 34-44 ACC record and an average 69.7 KenPom ranking

DEACS FROM DEEP
• Wake Forest ranks fourth in the ACC in 3-point percentage at 38.2
• Last year the Deacs shot 38.5 percent as they made a school-record 268 triples
• In ACC play, Wake Forest is fourth in the conference at 37.4 percent from 3-point range, making 7.9 triples per game
• The Deacs have made at least nine 3-pointers in five of nine ACC games this season
• Seven different Deacs have made multiple 3-pointers in a game this season (only six Deacs accomplished the feat last season)

UP NEXT
• The Deacs conclude the two-game homestand Saturday against No. 20 Clemson
• It will be the only meeting of the year between the teams
• The game will tip at 2 p.m. and air on the Regional Sports Networks