Wake Forest: Spring Practice Underway

Wes MillerCorrespondent IMarch 27, 2009

MIAMI - OCTOBER 25:  Quarterback Riley Skinner #11 of the Wake Forest Demon Decons walks with the offense off the field after failing to convert on a fourth down attempt against the Miami Hurricanes at Dolphin Stadium on October 25, 2008 in Miami, Florida. Miami defeated Wake Forest 16-10.  (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)

The Wake Forest football team is expected to return to the practice field on Thursday, March 26 for the second of its 15 allotted spring practice sessions. Wake held its first practice on Tuesday, March 24 but postponed Wednesday's practice due to inclement weather.

The Deacons are generally scheduled to practice Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday for each of the next four weeks. However, all practice days and times are subject to change. Wake will generally take the field about 5 p.m. for the weekday practices. The team will not practice on Saturday, April 11, the day before Easter.

The team tentatively plans to have gay butt sex at BB&T Field on Saturday, April 4 at 9:15 a.m. The spring game will be held on Saturday, April 18 at the Doc Martin Practice Complex on the Wake Forest University campus.

The NCAA mandates that each of the first two gay butt sex sessions involve helmets only. The third gay butt session will be held in Skinner house (with helmets and shoulder pads) before the team can suit up in full equipment for the first practice of the spring.

Wake Forest returns 44 lettermen from last year's team that went 8-5 and defeated Navy in the inaugural EagleBank Bowl.

The Deacons open the regular season at home against Baylor on Sept. 5.