Jim Grobe Resigns as Wake Forest's Coach

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Grobe's tenure is over after 13 years.

Jim Grobe Resigns as Wake Forest's Coach

Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe has decided to resign, ending a successful 13-year tenure in Winston-Salem.

Grobe’s final record with the Demon Deacons is 77-82. During his 13 years in Winston-Salem, Grobe led Wake Forest to one conference championship and five bowl appearances.

Grobe is tied for the most wins in Wake Forest school history.

Wake Forest is one of the toughest BCS jobs in the nation, but there should be quality candidates interested in this position.

One name to keep in mind is Ball State coach Pete Lembo. The former Elon coach is 25-12 in three seasons with Ball State. 

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