Wake Forest Demon Deacons Gear, and
Gameday Traditions
Get your gameday gear designed to display your Black and Gold spirit as the University competes at the
Highest level in the ACC.
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Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Basketball Shorts and pants
Tremendous selection of adult and youth Wake Forest
basketball shorts and pants
Wake Forest University Football and Basketball Apparel
show you your school spirit and colors with this Nike merchandise available in school Black and Gold
colors.  Find this gear available in custom and replica styles
WF Adult Football
Jerseys
WF Youth Football
Jerseys
WF Basketball Jerseys
Demon Deacons T-Shirts
This tremendous apparel selection features specific sections for men, women and youth.  A variety of
shirt styles include embroidered, long and short sleeved, tank tops screen printed and more.
Men's T-Shirts
Ladies Shirts
Youth Tees
BB&T Field at Groves
Stadium
Home of Demon Deacons Football
This facility opened in 1968 and has a
capacity of 31,500.  
Wake Forest
Retired Football Jerseys
Jersey
Number
Player
16
Norm Snead
19
Bill Armstrong
31
Brian Piccolo
33
Billy Ray Barnes
Demon Deacons Nickname
Wake Forest athletic teams were once
known as the "Baptists" and "Old Gold
and Black."  However during a big win
over Duke in 1921, sports editor Mayon
Parker described Wake Forest as
having played with a "devilish" spirit and
coined the "Demon Deacons" nickname.
Wake Forest Demon Deacon Mascot
The Demon Deacon mascot
first took the field in 1941.  As a dare from a
fraternity brother, a student named Jack
Baldwin dressed in top hat, tails and
umbrella.  However what began as a prank
has evolved into the costumed character that
delights fans at WF sporting events and
beyond.
Brian Piccolo - Brian's Song
Before Piccolo played for the Chicago Bears and later had his battle
with cancer portrayed in the movie, Brian's Song, he played football
at Wake Forest.  Piccolo led the nation in rushing and scoring his
senior season.  Despite those achievements, Piccolo was undrafted
and was forced to make the Chicago Bears as a free agent.  
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