WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (BP)–Jim Grobe, who built a struggling Ohio University program into a perennial conference contender, was named head football coach at Wake Forest University Dec. 11.
Grobe, a 1973 University of Virginia graduate, coached at Ohio for six seasons, from 1995 through 2000. After inheriting a program that went 0-11 and was ranked last among Division I-A programs in 1994, Grobe led the Bobcats to a cumulative six-year record of 33-33-1. Ohio finished with a winning record in Mid-American Conference play for five consecutive seasons.
Meanwhile, the Southwest Baptist University basketball teams have returned to action after canceling two games in response to the death of two players.
Find out how the teams fared along with sports news and features from across the nation at www.bpsports.net.