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Wake Forest’s Jim Grobe – Florida State University

Wake Forest’s Jim Grobe – Florida State University


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Wake Forest's Jim Grobe

- "It's time to move past the Riley Skinner era," and Grobe feels like his team will move on

- He said his quarterbacks in the spring were like "deer in headlghts" because they didn't have Riley Skinner to turn to

- Grobe feels like Josh Adams is posed for a big year, and he said that they should have run Adams a lot more in 2009

- His football team is not a happy group of campers, because they missed a bowl game for the first time in 4 years

- The last time Wake was picked last in the preseason polls, they won the ACC, so Grobe joked about being somewhat upset about being picked 5th in the Atlantic instead of 6th

- Grobe said his defense needs to improve this year for his team to be successful, they need to force more turnovers

- And his offense needs to get better in the red zone, and his team didn't make enough plays in the 4th quarter

- "I love Bobby Bowden, and Mickey Andrews has given us the most problems of anyone because of his blitzing, attacking style"

- "I was more nervous about playing Bobby Bowden than anyone else"

- He believes that Wake will be a much better defensive football team

- He mentioned how excited to go to Blacksburg and play Virginia Tech this fall

John Swofford will be up next, and we'll have more to come from the Grandover Resort on this final day of ACC Football Kickoff. 

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