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Wake suspects game-plan breach vs Louisville

Wake Forest is investigating a possible breach of its game plan prior to its game last week against Louisville after discovering documents left behind inside the stadium that showed specific plays the Demon Deacons had never run previously, a source told ESPN.com.

The breach was discovered Friday. Coach Dave Clawson said on the ACC coaches call Wednesday, “There somehow was a breach and I’ve shared it with our AD and we are trying to figure out what happened, and how it happened.”

Clawson would not elaborate on what documents went missing.

“We’re trying to figure out what happened,” Clawson said. “We’re trying to figure out how information got out of our office and that’s where we are with it now. We’re trying to figure out how a breach happened and we’re doing everything we can internally to make sure that all of our information that pertains to us stays in-house.”

Wake Forest jumped out to a 12-0 lead against Louisville last week before losing, 44-12.

The Winston-Salem Journal first reported the investigation. Athletic director Ron Wellman declined to elaborate to the newspaper about what documents Wake Forest suspects were breached.

Clawson said he and his staff have gone over their security procedures since learning about the breach last Friday.

“We just met as a staff, and you think of all the ways how information could get out and you think you’re doing that, but when it comes to your attention that maybe you’re not doing that as well as you need to be, you take every other security measure you can in regard to everything we do, and that’s with your data, with all your different systems, with your information and make sure that everything is secure,” Clawson said.

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