WINSTON-SALEM (AP) -- Wake Forest can talk about going to a bowl for the second straight year. And, they can start worrying about their head football coach, just like they did last season. Jim Grobe's name is being mentioned as a possible candidate for several job openings. But Grobe sounds content to stay with the program he has directed to consecutive bowl appearances for the first time in school history. Grobe says he doesn't know that there isn't one more move for him, but he also says he's not chasing that move right now. Last year, Grobe led the Demon Deacons to an unexpected Atlantic Coast Conference championship and a trip to the Orange Bowl. This year, Wake Forest will play Connecticut in the Meineke Bowl in Charlotte on Dec. 29. This year, Grobe reportedly spoke informally with Tom Osborne about the Nebraska opening, but he says he remains loyal to Wake Forest.