Wake Forest Football Losing Two Assistant Coaches
Jan. 4, 2012
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest head football coach Jim Grobe has announced that two coaches are leaving the staff to pursue other coaching opportunities.
Henry came to Wake Forest with Grobe in 2001. He joined Grobe's first coaching staff at Ohio University in 1995. While at Ohio, Henry was the outside linebackers coach for four seasons and spent two years coaching the receivers. During his time at Wake Forest, he has coached cornerbacks and defensive ends. In 2011, Henry was the special teams coordinator.
Billings spent six years at Wake Forest. He coached the wide receivers in 2006 and 2007 before moving to the secondary in 2008. Billings coached the defensive ends in 2010 and the outside linebackers in 2011.
"Keith and Tim have been valuable members of our staff," said Grobe. "We wish them all the best."