WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.- Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe is trying to solve the riddle of how to turn his players' hard work into onfield production.
The Demon Deacons (2-3, 0-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) have struggled to find consistent offensive success and battled slow starts all season.
Grobe says the team is working hard but "we're just not getting anything out of it."Wake Forest heads into Saturday's home game with North Carolina State after a 56-7 loss at No. 3 Clemson.
Beating the Wolfpack at home could certainly help. Wake Forest has won five straight meetings at BB&T Field and seven of eight dating back to 1997.
That's part of Wake Forest's overall 31-10 record against instate opponents under Grobe, including 22-10 against ACC members Duke, N.C. State and North Carolina.