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Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe resigns
Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe stepped down on Monday after 13 seasons coaching the Demon Deacons.
Following a 23-21 loss to Vanderbilt on Saturday, the Demon Deacons finished the year 4-8, their fifth consecutive losing season.
Grobe was 77-82 at Wake, including 42-62 in ACC games.
In 2006, Grobe coached Wake Forest to its first ACC title since 1970 and second ever. The Deacons beat Georgia Tech 9-6 in the conference championship and before losing to Louisville 24-13 in the FedEx Orange Bowl.
Grobe was named national coach of the year by the American Football Coaches Association, The Associated Press and other organizations.
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