Wake Forest's once-sputtering offense has finally found its groove — just in time to face No. 7 Miami and perhaps the toughest defense on the schedule.
The Demon Deacons (4-3, 2-2) are coming off their two most complete performances of the season, a 28-13 win over North Carolina State and a 34-10 rout of Maryland.
Receiver Michael Campanaro said Tuesday that "if we can carry this momentum and style of play and energy down to Miami, we'll be where we want to be in the fourth quarter."
Miami (6-0, 2-0) ranks fourth in the ACC in total defense, allowing 343 total yards per game, and is No. 3 in the league against the pass.
North Carolina may have exposed some holes last week by gaining 500 total yards.