Just one NFL Pack Pro remains in the playoffs after Super Wild Card weekend with the trio of Colts and Russell Wilson losing in the first round.
The NC State men's basketball team is looking to bounce back after its OT loss at Clemson and it has a good opportunity to do so against an underperforming Miami Hurricanes.
Pack men's basketball is still trying to find its identity on the court but has still won four of five games before the start of ACC play.
Three former NC State quarterbacks were called on to start for their teams this week with a fourth quarterback seeing some action as well. While it wasn’t smooth sailing for all of these players, here is how they managed this week.
Hot starts are nothing new to this NC State program, which is seeing similar success as that of last season when the Wolfpack went 15-0 to start. The big difference in the slate of games a year ago and the games the team is participating in this season has to be the win against No. 1 South Carolina.
While NC State men's basketball continues on its nonconference schedule, it will start to figure out who will be the team's leading scorer. The freshmen will also develop into their roles on the team.
Men's basketball needs to replace a lot of production that graduated with Markell Johnson and C.J. Bryce last year, but it has a lot of options from talented freshman and returning veterans.
There are still a number of positives from men’s soccer’s season, despite a donut in the win column. For one, Leon Krapf played exceptionally well and the experience will help all players for next year.
The season for the men’s soccer team has not gone how many would have expected, but there are still things to learn about this team from the performances so far.
Despite the unbelievable play of redshirt junior goalie Leon Krapf, who recorded a career-high seven saves, the NC State men's soccer team fell to No. 3 Clemson 1-0. With the loss, the Pack moves to 0-5 on the season.