WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — The result is the same every time Duke and Wake Forest play: the Demon Deacons always find a way to win.
It doesn't matter how good — or how bad — both teams are. They've met every year for the past 12 years — and all 12 matchups have gone Wake Forest's way.
The only difference is how the Demon Deacons do it: with a blocked field goal, a late touchdown pass, forcing a missed field goal at the buzzer, a clutch interception in overtime.
Naturally, the Demon Deacons (3-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) want to keep it rolling.
The situation is more pressing for the Blue Devils (3-1, 0-0). Coach David Cutcliffe says it's "never fun to be on the bad end of a streak."