— Jake LaRavia scored 15 points to lead four in double figures and Wake Forest pulled away in the final six minutes to beat Virginia 63-55 on Saturday, snapping a nine-game losing streak to the Cavaliers.
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- Full Schedule
- Coach K misses victory vs. Wake with illness
- Wake Forest adding Ole Miss grad transfer Sy
- Ex-ETSU coach Shay joins Forbes as Wake staff
- Ex-Louisville asst. Gaudio charged with extortion
— Duke labored through two games with shaky shooting and turnover-prone play since returning from a COVID-19 outbreak.
Associate head coach Jon Scheyer served as the acting head coach for Duke's game against Wake Forest on Wednesday night after Mike Krzyzewski was ruled out with a non-COVID virus.
ESPN's updated list of the top players bears little resemblance to the preseason list. Here are all the new names (and some old ones).
— Alondes Williams scored 25 points and made two important free throws with 13 seconds remaining in overtime on Saturday as Wake Forest defeated Syracuse 77-74.
— Jake LaRavia scored 22 points, Alondes Williams added 20 and Wake Forest pulled away early in the first half and cruised to a 76-54 victory over Florida State on Tuesday night.
— Isaiah Wong scored 25 points, Charlie Moore scored 18 points on 6-for-7 shooting and streaking Miami won its seventh straight in beating Wake Forest 92-84 on Saturday.
— Noah Locke scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half and Louisville rallied to beat Wake Forest 73-69 in the Cardinals' Atlantic Coast Conference home opener on Wednesday night.
The first two months of the 2021-22 season have been fun but also raised some questions as conference play heats up.
LSU, Arizona and Iowa State are among those that have outperformed preseason expectations. We turned to opposing coaches to examine their success.
Wake Forest Guard Alondes WIlliams makes his debut on the show fresh off his triple double against SC Upstate. Plus with Duke the clear leader in the pack we debate and take calls on who’s next best. And a win vs Iowa State would secure Clemson’s 11th straight 10-win season (3rd in FBS History)
Baylor ekes out a win to stay at the top, Villanova's postseason chances look shaky and COVID-19 affects some programs this week.
— Isaiah Mucius hit the winning 3-pointer with time running out and Wake Forest defeated Charlotte 82-79 on Friday night in the Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout.
The biggest transfer crop in college hoops history has produced some wildly disparate (and unexpected) results.
— Alondes Williams scored a career-high 36 points and Wake Forest needed to rally in beating VMI 76-70 on Tuesday night.
Another week, another No. 1 men's college basketball team as Baylor takes the top spot with its indomitable defense.
— Alondes Williams finished with 16 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists to post the second triple-double in Wake Forest history and the Demon Deacons cruised to a 79-53 victory over South Carolina Upstate on Saturday.
The choice for this week's top dog was a no-brainer, with 8-0 Purdue becoming the season's third different No. 1.
— Daivien Williamson tossed in 19 points and Dallas Walton scored 17 as Wake Forest pulled away in the second half to beat Virginia Tech 80-61 in an Atlantic Coast Conference opener on Saturday.
— Jake LaRavia made the go-ahead jump shot with five seconds left in overtime then came up with a steal on the ensuing possession to give Wake Forest a 77-73 victory over Northwestern in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Tuesday night.
— Efton Reid scored 14 points and sparked a big first-half run and LSU breezed to a 75-61 victory over Wake Forest in Saturday's championship game of the Emerald Coast Classic.
— Alondes Williams scored seven of his game-high 24 points in overtime and Wake Forest held off Oregon State, 80-77 Friday night to advance to the championship game of the Emerald Coast Classic.
— Jake LaRavia scored 19 points, pulled down seven rebounds and dished out six assists to lead Wake Forest in a 92-61 rout of Kennesaw State on Tuesday night, its fifth straight win to start the season.