Wake Insider: Defense Carrying Program Now
WINSTON-SALEM — When Jim Grobe came to Wake Forest in 2001, he quickly was able to establish an offensive threat.
Though the program didn’t have “his players” yet, Grobe and then-coordinator Troy Calhoun implemented a tricky system that allowed Wake to become a threat. The Demon Deacons averaged 26.5 points that year (compared to 16.5 the year before) and began to establish…
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