Posted September 20, 2013 on
Raleigh, NC -- The NC State Board of Trustees has approved a new contract for Wolfpack head baseball coach Elliott Avent. Last spring, Avent led the Pack to its first College World Series appearance since 1968.
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Oh the life of a college student. Where people put no expectations on you. You are allowed to sleep all day and go to class wearing your pajamas if you so chose. Cleaning your room is a personal choice (except when Mom and Dad visit, and when it comes time for a football game it is your duty to do whatever it takes to show your spirit and get noticed on national television.
For a while there, we thought Clemson might be “Clemsoning” against NC State. But the No. 3 ranked Tigers eventually figured it out (and got some help from the referees), cruising to a 26-14 victory in Raleigh. One NC State fan took the loss especially hard. Can you tell which GIF is from the first half and which is from the second?
Cheer up bro, at least you made showering...
ESPN’s Thursday night football game featured third-ranked Clemson at North Carolina State in a decent early season ACC matchup. ESPN runs Rece Davis, former Georgia linebacker David Pollack and former Florida quarterback/Bachelor/SEC-slapstick Jesse Palmer.
There is no denying that Clemson is a guarantee to schedule weak sisters, start each season off with a solid record and...
North Carolina State baseball coach Elliott Avent has received a new contract that keeps him with the Wolfpack through at least the 2018 season.
School officials announced Avent's new deal Friday, three months after leading N.C. State to its first College World Series appearance since 1968.
He will earn a base salary of $473,000 with up to $245,000 in incentives. Those include...
These NC State fans did not have a good night on Thursday night. Not only did their team lose to Clemson, but it looks like that body paint was itching quite a bit. ”Big O” seemed quite out of it while he was caressing himself. Poor guy’s phone probably blew up with messages after he made this appearance on TV.
The Atlantic Coast Conference's coordinator of officials says it isn't clear whether a North Carolina State player stepped out of bounds during a critical play in a loss to No. 3 Clemson.
Doug Rhoads issued a statement Friday, one day after Clemson beat the Wolfpack 26-14.
Momentum swung on Bryan Underwood's long sideline run for an apparent touchdown. An official blew...
Momentum is a huge thing in sports, especially college football. Tonight, NC State fans learned that the hard way tonight, coming up on the short end of the stick of a pretty controversial call by the referees.
With less than 8 minutes remaining in the 3rd quarter, NC State trailed No. 3 Clemson 13-7. The Wolfpack were on their own 17, but handed the ball off to Bryan Underwood who...
North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren saw the play clearly and is sure Bryan Underwood did not step out of bounds.
Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle was ejected during his team’s win over North Carolina State on Thursday night for punching an opponent. Throwing a swing at an opponent is typically an automatic ejection at any level of football. Battle managed to go above and beyond by throwing a vicious uppercut to the facemask of Wolfpack […]
The situation might be ripe for North Carolina State. At least it should be rowdy.
Virginia men's soccer host North Carolina State at Klockner Stadium in their ACC home opener. Coach George Gelnovatch and keeper Jef Gal talk ahead of the match up.