Sept. 21, 2013
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Wake Forest now leads the all-time series with Army 9-4.
Army leads the all-time series against Wake Forest 5-4 at Michie Stadium.
Army is now 56-90-3 all-time against teams currently in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Running back Raymond Maples had his streak of 17 consecutive games started snapped. He was injured last week and did not dress.
Center Ryan Powis made his 21st career start, the most of anyone on the offense. Powis has started 11 consecutive contests.
Fullback Hayden Tippett made his first start of the season and the third of his career.
Running back Terry Baggett established a host of career-highs: long reception (22 yards), long rush (51 yards), rushing yards (125) and carries (16).
Baggett's previous career bests were 13 rushes for 100 yards against San Diego State on Sept. 8, 2012.
Sophomore quarterback Kelvin White made his first career appearance late in the game. White completed 5-of-6 passes for 45 yards with a long completion of 16 yards. He rushed four times for 16 yards with a long run of six yards.
Freshman Xavier Moss hauled in a career-best eight passes for 61 yards. His long reception was for 16 yards.
Army rushed for 271 yards, the fourth time the Black Knights have eclipsed 270 yards of team rushing.
Army has had at least one 100-yard rusher in three of four games this season. Terry Baggett gained 96 yards opposite Stanford.
Freshman Aaron Kemper made his first career appearance
Matt Gianchinta collected his first rush of the season, gaining a yard.
Sophomore Marcus Poling and junior Julian Holloway made their first career starts at linebacker.
Geoffery Bacon has started 19 consecutive games and 21 during his career, the most of anyone on the Army defense.
Richard Glover tackled Josh Harris in the end zone in the first quarter for a safety, Army's first since Oct. 27, 2012 when the Ball State punter intentionally ran out of bounds at Michie Stadium.
Wake Forest rushed for 228 yards, the most rushing yards Army has allowed this season.
Army totaled nine tackles for losses of 23 yards.
Thomas Holloway recovered a fumble for the second time in his career.
Shaquille Tolbert collected the first two tackles for loss of his career.
Josh Jenkins intercepted the second pass of his career.
Alex Tardieu booted a 51-yard punt in the first quarter and matched the same distance in the second, establishing his career long.
Daniel Grochowski established his career-high with three field goals. Grochowski c onnected on field goals of 39, 32 and 32 yards while matching his career-best with three attempts.
Jalen Noble returned three kickoffs for 44 yards, establishing his career high.
Among the crowd at Michie Stadium on Saturday was Michael McElrath, Army's all-time leading tackler and a member of the Army Sports Hall of Fame, Secretary of the Army Gen. Raymond Odierno, soccer legend Sir Alex Ferguson and Team Army member EMCOR Group, Inc.,