Obviously we’ve been talking about this one all day. Here is the official statement released by Wake Forest: Wake Forest Director of Athletics John Currie has named Steve Forbes the 23rd head men’s basketball coach in Demon Deacon history. A 30-year coaching veteran, Coach Forbes is a proven winner and builder of championship cultures with
East Tennessee State’s Steve Forbes will be named as the next head coach at Wake Forest. He will replace Danny Manning who was fired after six seasons this past weekend. Forbes has spent the past five seasons at ETSU where he compiled a 130–43 (.751) record. This past season, the Bucs went 30-4 (16-2) and
The search at Wake Forest has been moving quickly with interviews taking place since early this week. Here is the updated list – today’s odds in GREEN, Saturday’s odds are in RED: Steve Forbes (2 to 1 / 25 to 1) – Head Coach East Tennessee. Has shot quickly to the top of this search.
The ETSU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced that it has extended the contract of head coach Steve Forbes through the 2021-22 season. Forbes, whose Buccaneers made their 10th trip all time to the NCAA Tournament a year ago after winning both a Southern Conference regular season and tournament championships, has guided ETSU to a league
Following up on “dirt” from August 17th (ETSU DIRT)… ETSU men’s basketball head coach Steve Forbes announced Monday that he has named former South Carolina star BJ McKie to replace the departed Brian Collins on the Buccaneers’ coaching staff. McKie, who finished his playing career in 1999 as the Gamecocks’ all-time leading scorer with 2,119
Following up on some thing that HoopDirt.com mentioned earlier this week (Tennessee Tech Dirt). It’s now been made official that former Tennessee Tech player and assistant coach Frank Davis has joined the East Tennessee State program as director of basketball operations. Davis, who spent the last five years on staff at Tennessee Tech, was a
ETSU Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Richard Sander announced Monday that Steve Forbes has been named head coach of the Buccaneers’ men’s basketball program. Forbes will become the 16th head coach in the program’s 95-year history, most recently serving two seasons as an assistant coach at Wichita State where he helped take the Shockers to