Posted January 15, 2013 on
NC State may have upset top-ranked Duke over the weekend, but the real play of the game came after the victory when Wolfpack fans stormed the court. Star C.J. Leslie and wheelchair-bound student Will Privette shared their story on TODAY.
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NC State captivated the basketball world this past Saturday when they pulled off an upset over No.1, Duke. As expected, the students rushed the court including a guy in a wheelchair, Will Privette.In an interview with USA Today, Privette told them that he had rushed the court back in 2010 when NC State beat Duke, but that time he had waited untill the major pack of people had...
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While scrolling through twitter last night, I was treated to quite a pleasant surprise. NC State freshman running back Shadrach Thornton has apparently made it his goal to “plank” on anything and everything in and around Raleigh, NC. Granted, I didn’t know planking was still a thing at this point, but Shad has truly made it an art form. From the branches of trees, to...
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