The way Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe described quarterback Tanner Price
's true freshman season, you’d think his quarterback was a boxer.
Price, Grobe said, “got his nose bloodied last year and slapped around and really took his lumps.”
This year, it’s Price who has been delivering the blows.
Price’s value to his team was clear from Week 1, when his injury against Syracuse not only took him out of the game, but took the Deacs out of it as well. As Price goes, so does Wake Forest, and both have improved enough this year to give the Deacs a legitimate chance to upset Florida State on Saturday. The Deacons have won three