Grobe Ready for Life after Skinner

Grobe Ready for Life after Skinner


Grobe Ready for Life after Skinner


Wake Forest head coach Jim Grobe will have to run his offense for the first time in four years without Riley Skinner.  The last time Wake Forest started a new quarterback they won the ACC in Skinner’s first year.  Coach Grobe hopes that happens again, but knows he has a lot of challenges ahead.

Look for the Deacs to go back to the run more this year.  Josh Adams will be a big part of the running game after battling injuries.

Coach Grobe said he wished Wake had been picked 6th in the Atlantic instead of 5th, as last time they were picked 6th they won the conference.

Watch coach Grobe discuss the 2010 Deacs:



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