Andrews inching closer to gridiron stage

An ACL injury sidelined RB Micah Andrews for most of Wake Forest's dream season, but the theater major is determined to play a leading role in the sequel, writes Ivan Maisel.

Updated: February 19, 2007, 12:33 PM ET
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

If theater major Micah Andrews needs to call upon method acting to produce tears on stage, he won't have to dig deep in his memory. The Wake Forest starting tailback tore his left ACL in September, in the third game of the season. As the Demon Deacons embarked on what would become the greatest season in school history -- 11 wins, Atlantic Coast Conference championship, Orange Bowl appearance -- Andrews could only stand on crutches on the sideline.

"It was extremely hard to watch games," ...

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