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"The Wolfpack want to drive as much revenue as possible while remaining fan friendly."

Well, don’t we all.

It’s just funny how it seems like there’s a lot more thought put into being wallet friendly…

Old Hat came back with ideal price points for different areas of the stadium to ultimately allow NC State to optimize revenue, donations, and capacity.

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It's Just Bidness

Nothing like kicking a program when it's down.

A lot of you know my other alma mater is the University of Virginia.  It’s a mild understatement to acknowledge that the football program fell on hard times… 71 more words

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The forever war

I know Tommy Perkins is tired of me quoting him, but I’ll never get enough of this analogy:

Miami: From a Bulldog perspective, if you looked at the state of Florida as though it were Afghanistan (and I do), the Gators, obviously, are the Taliban, while Miami is whatever warlord is running things in the Northeast.

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Everyone's a winner.

Honestly, in reading this, I don’t know whether it says more about Willie Taggart or the NCAA.

Willie Taggart says the Mark Snyder will coach special teams and help with linebackers.

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Ranking each ACC School's 2019 Recruitment Class

National Signing Day 2019 is in the books, the last official stop until all rosters for the 2019 college football season is all but finalized (minus, of course, late de-commitments, transfers, and all that other hoopla). 3,425 more words


3 conferences join football officiating alliance

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Three conferences – the Colonial Athletic Association, the Ivy League and the Patriot League – will join the football officiating alliance that was formed in the spring of 2018 between the Atlantic Coast Conference, the American Athletic Conference and the Big South Conference. 192 more words


Another Mark Richt story

I’m just wondering how this fits in to the narrative some of y’all insist is the real Mark Richt, the money stealer.

Miami fans may be mad at Richt because of the way last season went and because of the state of the roster he left behind, but they should understand that few coaches in America would have done for a school what Richt did for his alma mater on the way out the door.

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