A third school has now become involved in the Wakeyleaks scandal. Wake Forest officials informed Army athletic director Boo Coriggan this evening that Wake’s game plan may have been leaked to Army as well. Corrigan spoke to Sports Illustrated and confirmed that Wake Forest had reached out.
Wake Forest lost at home to Army, 21-13, on Oct. 29 this year. The win was a crucial late-season road victory for the Black Knights, who later beat Navy for the first time since 2001 and will go to a bowl game in two weeks. Corrigan had nothing more to say to SI, but a Wake Forest spokesman hinted that the investigation was just getting started.
“We have notified all the schools identified in our investigation,” Steve Shutt, a Wake Forest spokesman said. “We are committed to working with those schools and the ACC in this matter.”
It’s unclear right now if any other teams received leaked game plans, and Clemson, North Carolina, NC State, and Syracuse reportedly have yet to hear anything. Louisville was the first school who were confirmed to have leaked plans, which their AD confirmed this afternoon.