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About the North Carolina State Wolfpack
The North Carolina State University, officially known as the North Carolina State University at Raleigh and commonly known as NC State or NCSU, which was founded in March 7, 1887, is the founding member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. During its membership, it has competed in 24 intercollegiate varsity sports and keeps records of 8 national championships, two NCAA championships, two AIAW championships, and four titles from other sanctioning bodies. In addition, there is already a total of 26 individual NCAA and AIAW national champions: 10 in men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, 7 in swimming, 5 in women’s cross country, and 4 in wrestling. With 24 varsity teams, North Carolina State Wolfpack has also produced Olympic champions in swimming and has dominated the sports of men’s and women’s cross country like no other in the ACC. Among the colleges and universities of ACC, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is being recognized by the North Carolina State Wolfpack athletes and fans as their closest challenger.
The North Carolina State athletic teams are known as the “Wolfpack.” Over the years, the NC State teams have gone by different nicknames, and the teams have been called as the Farmers and the Mechanics, Aggies, the Techs, and the Red Terrors. In 1922, one irritated football fan wrote in the school paper that described the behavior of the football players in football events as playing “like a wolfpack,” and would never win. The name caught on to the players, until the North Carolina State Wolfpack athletic teams eventually adopted its name in 1947. Since the 1960s, the teams have been represented by their mascots, Mr. and Ms. Wuf, at athletic events. The “Strutting Wolf” was originally designed by a North Carolina State Wolfpack art student, which in print is used and is known by the name “Tuffie.
The red block 'S' with an inscribed 'N' and 'C' has been known as the North Carolina State Wolfpack athletics’ primary logo. The block S has been in use since 1890, but has seen many revisions through the years. In 2000, it became the sole logo for all NC State athletic teams, and was eventually updated to its current design in 2006.
North Carolina State Wolfpack athletics started from humble beginnings. From a single football in 1892, it won its first major conference football title in 1922, led by the College Football Hall of Fame inductee Jack McDowall. In its early days as NC Agricultural and Mechanical College, the team’s colors were pink and blue. At present, North Carolina State Wolfpack athletic teams wear red and white colors.
Due to the Great Depression and World War II, football and basketball suffered quiet periods, until a man named Everett Case, who arrived at Raleigh, was hired straight out of the Navy to coach the Red Terror’s basketball team. He defeated its competitors and stirred up passion among the followers of the sport. He brought so much fire and intensity to the players that marked the games. Finally, the Reynolds Coliseum was completed and the fire that still fuels Atlantic Coast Conference basketball was born.
North Carolina State Wolfpack’s first sport was football, but its success went on until the ACC era under the coaching of Earle Edwards, a Penn State engineer from Michigan. He brought the North Carolina State Wolfpack football squad to five ACC Championships. He tied with Virginia’s George Welsh as a four-time ACC Coach of the Year, the most number of times in league history.
Followed by Edward’s success, Carter Stadium was eventually constructed in 1966. Thirty-three years later, a state-of-the-art RBC Center was built, an arena with a capacity for nearly 20,000 college basketball fans. North Carolina State Wolfpack made it possible through partnerships with the City of Raleigh, the State of North Carolina, and the NHL's Carolina Hurricanes hockey club.
The North Carolina State Wolfpack football team has an impressive record that speaks for itself. The North Carolina State Wolfpack won 7 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) during the 1957, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1973, and 1979 football seasons. They have also won 3 Southern Conference Championships in 1907, 1910, and 1913. With the North Carolina State Wolfpack’s inspiring performance, they were seen 22 times in Bowl Games.
The current head coach of the North Carolina State Wolfpack’s football team is Tom O’Brien. He was a former head coach of the Boston College Eagles. Other Coaching Staffs are Mike Archer who is the Defense Coordinator; Dana Bible who is the Offensive Coordinator for quarterbacks and wide receivers; Jim Bridge for the tight ends; Don Horton for offensive line; Andy McCollum for the linebackers; Jerry Petercuskie for the special teams; Mike Reed for the defensive backs; Jason Swepson for the runningbacks; Keith Willis for defensive line; Todd Rice for the strength and conditioning of the players, and Craig Buckley as the latter’s assistant. These are the 2007 coaching staffs that play an important role in the North Carolina State Wolfpack football team.
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