WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe is having a hard time figuring out what to expect from Liberty and new coach Turner Gill.
The Demon Deacons open Saturday night against the Flames in Gill's first game on their sideline.
Not long ago, Gill was rising through the Bowl Subdivision ranks.
The former star quarterback at Nebraska turned Buffalo around in three years before moving to Kansas, but was fired last November after going 5-19 in two years. Liberty hired him less than a month later.
Grobe says he's not sure how the Flames will play and says he feels like a jack of all trades.
Wake Forest hopes its rebuilt offensive line can keep quarterback Tanner Price upright and open holes for running backs Josh Harris and Orville Reynolds.