Wake Forest tries to engage fans, spark interest with their socially distanced new basketball coach


Wake Forest coach Steve Forbes mentioned he’s a little disappointed in himself. “I feel like I’ve let people down because I don’t feel like I’ve been as visible as I would be,” Forbes said. “And I think a lot of it is one thing — I just don’t want to drag COVID back to my team. But I don’t feel like I’ve done a good job because I haven’t been able to be out now." (Greensboro News & Record)

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Wake Forest tries to engage fans, spark interest with their socially distanced new basketball coach


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