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The 2016 Wake Forest Demon Deacons football team represented Wake Forest University during the 2016 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The team was coached by Dave Clawson, who was in his third season at the school, and played its home games at BB&T Field. Wake Forest competed in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference, as they have since the league's inception in 1953. They finished the season 7–6, 3–5 in ACC play to finish in a tie for fourth place in the Atlantic Division. They were invited to the Military Bowl where they defeated Temple.

When Wake Forest lost to Louisville on November 12, Dave Clawson alleged that Louisville had received impermissible information that benefited the Cardinals on the football field.[1] On December 14, 2016, after a month long probe, several media outlets reported that former Wake Forest staff member and IMG College radio analyst Tommy Elrod had been dismissed from the program for leaking confidential and proprietary game preparations on multiple occasions.[2]

3rd meeting. 0–2 all time. Last meeting 1995, 35–9 Green Wave in New Orleans.[5]

97th meeting. 37–57–2 all time. Last meeting 2015, 27–21 Blue Devils in Winston–Salem.[5]

2nd meeting. 1–0 all time. Last meeting 1932, 7–0 Demon Deacons in Newark.[5]

2nd meeting. 0–1 all time. Last meeting 2015, 31–24 Hoosiers in Winston–Salem.[5]

110th meeting. 38–65–6 all time. Last meeting 2015, 35–17 Wolfpack in Winston–Salem.[5]

6th meeting. 1–4 all time. Last meeting 2015, 30–17 Orange in Syracuse.[5]

35th meeting. 6–27–1 all time. Last meeting 2015, 24–16 Seminoles in Winston–Salem.[5]

16th meeting. 11–4 all time. Last meeting 2015, 17–14 Demon Deacons in West Point.[5]

49th meeting. 14–34 all time. Last meeting 2012, 16–10 Demon Deacons in Charlottesville.[5]

4th meeting. 0–3 all time. Last meeting 2015, 20–19 Cardinals in Winston–Salem.[5]

at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, KY

82nd meeting. 17–63–1 all time. Last meeting 2015, 33–13 Tigers in Clemson.[5]

24th meeting. 9–12–2 all time. Last meeting 2015, 3–0 Demon Deacons in Chestnut Hill.[5]

2nd meeting. 0–1 all time. Last meeting 1930, 36–0 Owls in Philadelphia.[5]

at Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, MD

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