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Latest Jeff Bzdelik Items
New Wake Forest coach Danny Manning says he's keeping Randolph Childress as one of his assistants.
Wake Forest is hoping Danny Manning can turn around its slumping basketball team. No miracles needed.
Danny Manning grew up watching Wake Forest play games at the Greensboro Coliseum, memories that linger in his mind all these years later.
Tulsa coach Danny Manning toured the Wake Forest campus Wednesday, said a person familiar with the situation.
Bzdelik, 61, said in a statement issued by the school that he resigned because "there needs to be a positive environment for the players to realize their potential."
The losses mounted for Jeff Bzdelik, and so did the public criticism of the Wake Forest men's basketball coach.
Wake Forest didn't have its leading scorer against No. 11 Duke. Once the Demon Deacons started giving the ball to the Blue Devils, they didn't have much of a chance.
No. 11 Duke burned through a lot of emotional energy a few days ago in its loss at Syracuse.
Normally, the drive between Blacksburg, Va., and Winston-Salem, N.C., is roughly two hours, but Wake Forest coach Jeff Bzdelik said the ride may last a little longer after his team's win over Virginia Tech.