The North Carolina State Wolfpack have a rich and long football tradition that dates back to the 19th century. Playing in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), NC State has some of the premier competition in the country, and they are consistently one of the toughest matchups on the East Coast. The Wolfpack have won over 10 conference championships, including 7 ACC Championships in a span of 23 years from 1957-1979. Over the years the Wolfpack have had several legendary coaches, including Earle Edwards, and Lou Holtz. Gamedays in Raleigh are electric, with over 57,000 fans throwing up the Sign of the Wolf, and chilling chants of “Wolf,” “Pack.” A quick stroll through the Wolfpack Football Museum, located in the Murphy Center, lets you see a glimpse of the dozens of all Americans and legendary players to wear the Red and White, including, Phillip Rivers, Mario Edwards, Torry Holt, David Amerson, and Ted Brown. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for NC State Wolfpack football tickets.
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NC State Wolfpack at Carter-Finley Stadium Address: 4600 Trinity Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27607
The NC State Wolfpack play their home games at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh North Carolina. Carter-Finley seats over 57,000 fans, and has been the home of the Wolfpack since 1966. The Walk of Champions, where fans line the walkways in front of Murphy Football Center, forming a tunnel of red for the Wolfpack players to walk through on their way to the stadium, is a can’t miss experience. NC State’s bench is located on the west side of the stadium, and “Tuffy” can be seen roaming the sidelines not too far from the players. The NC State Wolfpack home bench is on the Carter-Finley Stadium sideline with sections 17-24. Carter-Finley Stadium parking information is covered in our Wolfpack event guide.
The State-Carolina game is the most intense football rivalry in the State of North Carolina. Separated by only 25 miles, these two schools are the largest universities in the state, and have some of the most rabid fan bases anywhere. The proximity of the schools allows for fans to easily travel to away games, giving every meeting a loud, contentious, and electric atmosphere. Since 1950, this rivalry has been one of the most closely contested matchups anywhere in the country with neither side able to keep an advantage for long.
NC State vs. Wake Forest
These two tobacco road rivals have the longest continuous rivalry in the ACC. Playing over 105 times, including every year since 1910, the Wolfpack and Demon Deacons are no strangers. These schools compete at every level possible including, for North Carolina recruits and fans, the ACC Atlantic title, and for the ACC Conference title. In recent years this rivalry has been dominated by the home team, which speaks to the deafening crowds, and competitive atmosphere that follows this rivalry from Raleigh to Winston-Salem.
NC State vs. Clemson
Known as the Textile Bowl, this rivalry has been played over 80 times since 1899, and has been an annual matchup since 1971. Both schools are founding members of the ACC and both compete in the conferences Atlantic Division. This rivalry is particularly interesting due to the vast similarities of the two schools in terms of fans, academics, and culture. Although good natured off the field, on the field this rivalry is as competitive as any, and one of the better divisional matchups in the ACC.
2011 North Carolina State Football Preview
North Carolina State was one of the biggest surprises in the ACC last season, enjoying a solid 5-3 conference record and a bowl victory. Head coach Tom O'Brien looks to built on his first winning season at the helm of the Wolfpack, and he certainly has the tools to do so.
The biggest question facing North Carolina State this year is how they will deal with the loss of quarterback Russell Wilson, who transferred to Wisconsin. He will be replaced by Mike Glennon, who reportedly has all the skills necessary to lead the Wolfpack. He will also be surrounded by a bevy of talented players, including running back Mustafa Greene, who is also a reliable receiver.
The defense was solid last year, and with eight returning starters there's no reason why it can't be just as good in 2011. Perhaps the most crucial piece of the defense that's coming back is middle linebacker Audie Cole, who was the team's leading tackler in 2010. Strong safety Earl Wolff will anchor a strong secondary that will likely be among the best in the ACC.
2010 North Carolina State Football Preview
College football in the ACC is a constant struggle for power, and teams are always rising and falling. The North Carolina State Wolfpack hopes to be back on the rise in 2010 after finishing just 5-7 last year and tallying only two wins in the conference. Despite the mediocre season, NC State has shown that it can be a powerhouse, winning seven ACC championships throughout the years, and competing in 23 bowl games, most recently in the 2008 PapaJohns.com bowl against Rutgers.
The Wolfpack's primary question entering the new season is at the quarterback position. After being selected by the Colorado Rockies in the fourth round of the MLB draft, starting quarterback Russell Wilson said that he would return to North Carolina for his junior year - but his future is tentative at the least. Wilson's departure would be a huge loss for the Wolfpack; - last season he threw for a glittering 3,027 yards and 31 touchdowns. In his stead, Mike Glennon, who practiced with the first-team while Wilson played baseball this spring, would take the team's snaps.
But perhaps the best player on the roster is linebacker Nate Irving, whose absence last season left NC State's defense in shambles. A few more conference victories would get the team moving in the right direction, especially if they can topple rivals North Carolina and Wake Forest.
2009 North Carolina State Football Preview
The North Carolina State Wolfpack enter their 3rd season under Head Coach Tom O'Brien. 2009 could be a notable year for the Wolfpack if they play up to their talent in the tough ACC Conference. NC State has a great chance to be one of the dark horse contenders for a BCS bowl game this season.
2008 North Carolina State Football Preview
The North Carolina State Wolfpack football team will be an exciting one to watch this season in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). With a new coach in Tom O'Brien, who brings much of his staff with him from Boston College, the team has a chance to really improve in the coming season and make a run for an ACC Atlantic Division title, a conference title, and a bowl bid. Carter-Finley Stadium will be 60,000 strong this year as the Wolfpack takes on its ACC rivals and vies for conference dominance.