Could things get worse for Wake Forest's offense, which is astoundingly ineffective this season? Apparently so. Tight end Cam Serigne is questionable for the game this weekend after he about got himself killed while trying to make a catch over the middle against Clemson.
Serigne is dealing with bruises to his ribs and chest from the hit by Tigers safety Robert Smith, who was called for targeting and ejected. (Might not have been targeting, honestly, but that's neither here nor there.)
Don't play tackle football, kids. Shew. My chest hurts just watching that replay.
Serigne has been one of the few bright spots on the offensive side for the Deacs, ranking second in receiving yardage with 374, first in receptions with 39, and first in touchdown grabs with four. Wake Forest has only connected on nine touchdown passes all season.
If he can't go, he figures to be replaced by freshman Devin Pike, who's made three starts this season and has seven receptions.