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Wake Forest Demon Deacons Panoramic - Grove Stadium End Zone Picture

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Panoramic - Grove Stadium End Zone Picture

SKU: WFU3
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the Wake Forest Demon Deacons battling the opponent on home turf at BB&T Field. In 1923, a school newspaper reporter first referred to the team as "Demon Deacons," in recognition of what he termed their "devilish" play and fighting spirit. The name has, of course, remained as one of the most unique in America and continues to serve Wake Forest well, as the smallest school to ever compete in the Bowl Championship Series. The university received its name from its original location in Wake Forest, north of Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1956, the university moved to its current location, north of downtown Winston Salem.
Wake Forest Demon Deacons Panoramic - LJVM Coliseum Picture

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Panoramic - LJVM Coliseum Picture

SKU: WFU2
This panorama of Wake Forest University - Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, features the Wake Forest Demon Deacons basketball team playing ACC rival Duke University. Since it's opening in 1989, the Deacons have won over 81 percent of their games at this venue. The facility seats 14,665 fans and is home to the raucous Screamin' Demons student section, also known as Tie-Dye Nation, which is shown on the left side of the panorama. The facility is named after Lawrence Joel, a Winston-Salem native awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Founded in 1834, Wake Forest University is a private university with enrollment of over 4,300 students.
Wake Forest Demon Deacons Panoramic - Grove Stadium Picture

Wake Forest Demon Deacons Panoramic - Grove Stadium Picture

SKU: WFU1
This panorama of Wake Forest University's BB&T Field, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, features the Wake Forest Demon Deacons football team. Dedicated in 1968, the stadium represents an extensive fund-raising effort undertaken by the college during the mid-1960s, which made possible Wake Forest's continued membership in the ACC. Renovations over the years include the 2008 addition of Deacon Tower, a seven-story, 123,000 square-foot press tower. This 31,500-seat stadium is considered one of the most beautiful stadiums of its size in the nation. Founded in 1834, Wake Forest University is a private university located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with enrollment over 4,300 students.
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Wake Forest University Demon Deacons Panoramic Pictures

Wake Forest University Demon Deacons Panoramic Pictures | Wake Forest Demon Deacons Logo

Wake Forest University is home to over a dozen varsity teams collectively known as the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Founded in 1934, WFU has grown to have an increasingly competitive athletics program, despite being a comparatively small school amongst others in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Originally known as the Fighting Baptists, Wake Forest football earned the fantastic name of the Demon Deacons after an impressive win in 1923 against the Duke Blue Devils.

Wake Forest football has played home games at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem, North Carolina since 1968. Despite being a smaller school, the site hosts over 31,500 fans on game day, where they have cheered WFU football to rank among the top 25 teams in the nation. Winning division titles and conference championships, in 2006 Wake Forest football brought significant excitement to Winston-Salem as they became the smallest school to ever play in the Bowl Championship Series. Panoramic pictures of Wake Forest football capture exciting views and memorable moments for fans to enjoy for years to come.

Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum is home to Wake Forest basketball, and has produced many NBA players since its founding in 1905. The most significant and widely-attended games are against Wake Forest basketball rivalries, such as the Duke Blue Devils, NC State Wolfpack and the North Carolina Tar Heels.

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