Found February 02, 2013 on
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North Carolina State freshman Rodney Purvis came out of nowhere to stuff a sick follow dunk against Miami on Saturday.The play came near the end of the first half and immediately sent the Wolfpack crowd into a frenzy.Purvis finished the game with 13 points, but it wasn't enough as N.C. State fell at home, 79-78.The Hurricanes outscored the Wolfpack 45-38 in the second half.
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No. 19 North Carolina State may have lost to No. 14 Miami on a last-second tip-in on Saturday in Raleigh, but at least the Wolfpack have an amazing dunk to hang their hats on. Check out this ridiculous follow-up dunk from NC State's 6'3" freshman guard Rodney Purvis: Thigh Five: @cfbsection Get the latest Thigh updates by following us on Facebook & Twitter...
Tweet The 14th ranked Miami Hurricanes headed into PNC Arena on Saturday for a meeting with No. 19 NC State in the matchup of the day in the ACC. Miami extended its perfect record in conference play to 8-0 with a 79-78 victory but it was Wolfpack freshman Rodney Purvis who provided the highlight [...]
North Carolina State looks likely to be without one of its top players against Atlantic Coast Conference-leading Miami.
Coach Mark Gottfried sounded doubtful about the point guard's chances of playing for the No. 19 Wolfpack on Saturday against the No. 14 Hurricanes due to a sprained left ankle.
''We'll see how he feels tomorrow,'' Gottfried said Friday...
College basketball players spend a lot of time in their respective practice facilities, and it’s not always spent doing drills or running wind sprints.
That’s exactly what was happening when North Carolina State guard Scott Wood hit a crazy off-the-wall trick shot while having a little fun at the Wolf Pack’s practice facility. Wood threw the ball off a wall that was behind...
RALEIGH, N.C. -- NC State will take on Miami in 24 hours in a huge conference game for both teams, and the Wolfpack still doesn't know if they will have available junior point guard Lorenzo Brown.
When Charles Dickens penned the classic, “A Tale of Two Cities,” he alluded to “the best of times, the worst of times.” That literary double could be applied to the plight of North Carolina State Wolfpack basketball this very moment.
Coach Mark Gottfried saw immediate national success last season with a Sweet 16 appearance, then the Pack was picked in most publications to...