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He begins his 46th year in college football as a coach or administrator and his 34th year on the Wake Forest football staff in 2012.
Faircloth handles a wide range of responsibilities within the football program as an aide to Jim Grobe.
Faircloth is now in his 29th year in this role after spending five seasons as an assistant coach, including the 1979 campaign when he helped guide Wake Forest to the Tangerine Bowl--the Deacons' first bowl game in 30 years.
In April 2004, the foyer of the recently renovated Pruitt Football Center was dedicated as the "Faircloth Foyer" in honor of Faircloth's dedication and long-time service to the Wake Forest football program and university as a whole.
Faircloth also coached previously at Catawba College from 1966-75, including three years as head coach (1973-75), and was an assistant at Duke during 1976 and 1977.
A 1964 Wake Forest graduate, Faircloth earned three varsity letters as a lineman. As a senior, he was a starting tackle, team captain and an All-ACC Academic selection. He received his master's degree from Alabama in 1965.
Faircloth and his wife, Becky, have three sons Scott, Woody and Barry, who are all Wake Forest graduates.
They also are the proud grandparents of Rhett, Stowe, Grace, Mary Scott, Mac, Catherine, Spencer, Sophia, Olivia and step-grandchildren Tyler and Gaby.