AP Sports Writer
Wake Forest receiver Michael Campanaro wants to make the most of his last game against his home-state school.
Campanaro and the Demon Deacons will look to move back over .500 on Saturday when they try to continue their home dominance over a Maryland team that is one win from bowl eligibility.
Wake Forest (3-3, 1-2) hasn't lost to the Terrapins (5-1, 1-1) at BB&T Field since 2005. The home team has won the last six in this series.
The Demon Deacons came through in a similar situation two weeks ago when they claimed their sixth straight home win against North Carolina State.
Maryland will become bowl eligible for the first time since 2010 with a win. The Terrapins won six total games in their first two years under Randy Edsall.
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