Great Start Despite Blocking Problems
WINSTON-SALEM — One constant of the Jim Grobe era at Wake Forest has been the team’s ability to run the ball. So, despite a surprising 3-1 start, many eyebrows were raised around the program when the Deacons struggled mightily on the ground. During Grobe’s first two seasons at Wake, the Deacs led the ACC in rushing. Last year, they averaged 241 yards a game on the ground and 4.4…
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