WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Wake Forest might not have to do more with less for much longer.
Coach Jim Grobe said Tuesday that it's possible that injured receivers Michael Campanaro and Sherman Ragland III could play Thursday night against No. 14 Clemson.
Campanaro led the Atlantic Coast Conference in receiving when he broke his right hand Sept. 29 against Duke. Grobe says Campanaro has been catching tennis balls in practice and says team doctors will decide his status.
Ragland missed last week's Virginia game with an abdominal strain. Neither player appears on the depth chart released Tuesday.
Grobe says his game plan does not include the pair but says having them back would be a bonus for the Demon Deacons (4-3, 2-3). Their lineup has been shuffled all season due to injuries and suspensions.