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Game Notes: Wake Forest | Nov. 24 | 12:30 PM | RSN
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Release: 11/20/2018
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When: Nov. 24 | 12:30 PM (EST)

Where: Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium

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Duke (7-3, 3-3 ACC) vs Wake Forest (5-6, 2-5 ACC)
Saturday, November 24, 2018 • 12:30 PM • RSN
Durham, N.C. • Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium (40,004 • Natural grass)

• Duke closes out the regular season by hosting Wake Forest on Saturday, November 24 ... Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m.
• Beginning with the September 22 contest versus N.C. Central, an “MD” helmet decal will be donned by the Blue Devils to honor Duke Athletics Hall of Fame member Mary Dinkins, who passed away on Tuesday, September 4, at the age of 68
• Duke will celebrate Senior Day and 18 student-athletes will be recognized prior to kickoff: C Clark Bulleit, RB Griffin Carter, S Brandon Feamster, LB Kevin Gehsmann, OG/C Zach Harmon, OT Christian Harris, S Jordan Hayes, TE Daniel Helm, LB Ben Humphreys, TE Davis Koppenhaver, WR Trevon Lee, WR Johnathan Lloyd, S Jeremy McDuffie, DE Twazanga Mugala, RB Nicodem Pierre, WR T.J. Rahming, WR Chris Taylor and K Collin Wareham
• This past Saturday, No. 2 Clemson had 200+ rushing and 200+ passing yards to stay unbeaten with a 35-6 win over Duke ... The Blue Devils received two field goals from K Collin Wareham while QB Daniel Jones completed 24-of-43 passes for 158 yards
• Saturday’s game will mark the 99th on the gridiron between the two schools, with Duke holding a 58-38-1 series advantage ... The series began in 1889 with a 32-0 Wake Forest win ... Duke enjoyed winning streaks of 11 (1931-41) and 12 (1952-63) games while the Demon Deacons posted 12 straight victories from 2000-11 ... Duke has won five of the last six affairs including last year’s 31-23 triumph in Winston-Salem
• Dating back to the 2013 season, the Blue Devils are 41-26 (.612) in their last 67 regular season games
• Over the last four weeks, RB Deon Jackson has totaled 776 all-purpose yards on 73 touches, good for an average of 10.6 yards per handle ... His yardage has come via rush (52-404), reception (10-133) and kickoff return (11-239)
• The win over North Carolina two weeks ago marked Duke’s seventh victory of the year and secured a winning season -- the program’s fifth in the last six years for the most successful stretch since five winning seasons in six years between 1960-65
• Duke QB Daniel Jones has topped the 2,000-yard barrier through the air for the third straight season and enters the regular season finale versus Wake Forest with 2,106 yards this year … Thaddeus Lewis (2006-09) is the only player in Duke history with four seasons of 2,000-plus passing yards
• Duke WR T.J. Rahming has caught 3+ passes in 18 consecutive games dating back to last season ... In 48 career games, Rahming has 240 receptions for 2,664 yards and 11 TDs
• Nine different Blue Devils have caught a TD pass covering 20+ yards this season with WR Johnathan Lloyd hauling in a team-high three
• Eleven different Blue Devils have recorded 3.0 TFL or more this season ... DE Chris Rumph II leads the way with 8.0, followed by DE Victor Dimukeje (7.0) and LB Joe Giles-Harris (7.0)
4 — Road victories for Duke this season (Northwestern, Baylor, Georgia Tech & Miami) ... Among ACC schools, only Clemson (5) has more
4:1 — Combined TD-to-INT ratio (24:6) for Duke’s three QBs: Daniel Jones (16:6), Quentin Harris (7:0) & Chris Katrenick (1:0)
.533 — Combined pass completion percentage for Duke’s opponents this season to rank third in the ACC, trailing only Clemson (.524) & Miami (.525)
5.43 — Yards per rushing attempt for RB Deon Jackson this season with 776 yards on 143 carries
16 — Defensive INT returns for TDs in the David Cutcliffe Era at Duke
36.1 — Duke’s ACC-low penalty yards per game average
403 — All-purpose yards for RB Deon Jackson at Pittsburgh on October 27, to join Clemson’s Tobias Palmer (496 vs. N.C. State, 2012) and Wake Forest’s John Leach (411 vs. Maryland, 1993) as the only players in ACC history to top the 400-yard plateau in a single week
6 — Duke wins over non-conference Power 5 opponents since the start of the 2012 season marking the fourth highest total in the ACC, trailing only Clemson (8), Florida State (8) and Louisville (8)
21 — Punts downed inside the opponent 20 yard line against three touchbacks for P Austin Parker