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Wake Forest’s three road losses in conference play have each come to teams currently in the top four of the league standings. They lost by 23 at Virginia, by 15 at No. 20 Pittsburgh and by eight last weekend at Clemson.

Of the seven teams below the Demon Deacons in the standings, they visit four of them: Miami, the Hokies and two instate rivals they’ve already beaten at home - North Carolina and N.C. State.

“Once we get that one road win … I think the program will take off tremendously,” Miller-McIntyre said. “At home, we’re going to do what we have to do at home. No question about it. And once we get that confidence on the road like we do at home, it’ll be a completely different Wake Forest basketball team.”


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