Postgame Notes - Maryland 19, Wake Forest 14

Oct. 6, 2012

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With the Loss

  • Wake Forest falls to 3-3 overall and 1-3 in the ACC
  • Wake Forest has lost its third straight game at Byrd Stadium and six of the last seven
  • Jim Grobe's record falls to 71-70 at Wake Forest and 104-103-1 overall
  • Grobe's record stands at 38-54 in ACC games and 25-36 in road ACC games

    TD Does It Again

  • One week after recording a career-high six receptions for a career-high 100 yards, senior Terence Davis topped those marks today, finishing with seven receptions for 130 yards.
  • Davis opened the game with a 73-yard touchdown reception on the opening drive to make the score 7-0 Deacs.
  • That was Davis' longest reception of his career.
  • It was also his seventh career TD and the first since the Vanderbilt game last season.
  • Davis had his first career touchdown reception at Bryd Stadium in the Deacons last trip to Maryland in 2010.
  • He now has 569 yards receiving in his career.

    KJ Gets His First

  • Sophomore cornerback Kevin Johnson recorded the first interception of his career in the second quarter.
  • He finished the game with four tackles and one pass breakup.

    Bohanon Keeps Catching TDs

  • Senior fullback Tommy Bohanon caught a 7-yard TD pass from Price in the third quarter, marking his second-straight game with a touchdown reception.
  • That is his third TD grab of the year and the fifth of his career.
  • The three TD catches are tied with Michael Campanaro for the most on the team this season.
  • He finished the game with that one catch for seven yards.
  • This came one week after he tied his career-high with three catches for a career-high 41 yards and two TD grabs against Duke.

    Lowe Stepping In

  • Safety Duran Lowe stepped-in to the starting lineup for the suspended Daniel Mack and he recorded a career-high nine tackles.
  • His previous career-high was six as a freshman against Boston College and NC State.
  • Lowe also forced his first career fumble in the game.

    Miscellaneous Notes

  • Wake Forest captains were Chibuikem Okoro and Joey Ehrmann.
  • Maryland won the toss and elected to defer.
  • Wake Forest scored first for the first time this season.
  • Lovell Jackson had a 31-yard punt return in the first quarter, which was the longest of his career.
  • Maryland's Brad Craddock nailed 52-yardd field goal in the first quarter. That was the longed FG allowed by the Deacs since Nate Freese of Boston College hit from 52 last year.
  • Offensive lineman Gabe Irby recorded his first pass reception on a batted ball in the second quarter.
  • Redshirt-freshman Chad Hedlund made his Demon Deacon debut on a PAT in the third quarter.
  • The 53 yards rushing for Maryland were the fewest Wake Forest has allowed since allowing just 22 yards on the ground to Garnder-Webb last season.
     

     

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