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11 hours ago WATCH: Highlights from NC State’s Series Clinching Win Over #11 UNC
NC State came from behind for the 2nd straight to defeat their rival #11 UNC. This evening, the Wolfpack scored 3 runs in the Bottom of the 8th to secure the series victory, with a 5-4 win at Doak Field over the Tar Heels. Check out the Highlights. The post WATCH: Highlights from NC State’s Series Clinching Win Over #11 UNC appeared first on Pack Insider. has new update
14 hours ago NC State Came From Behind to Beat UNC 5-4 Securing 1st Home Series Win Over the Tar Heels Since 2016!
NC State came from behind to defeat their rival #11 UNC 5-4, winning their first series at home against the Tar Heels since 2016. The last time NC State won a series against UNC was in Chapel Hill in 2021. A good team learns to take advantage of their opponents mistakes, and that’s exactly what […] The post NC State Came From Behind to Beat UNC 5-4 Securing 1st Home Series Win Over the Tar Heels Since 2016! appeared first on Pack Insider.

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23 hours ago UNC Football: Spring of Faith
Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports Not quite a leap, but the pollen says it’s spring. The Spring Game, much like Gil Scott-Heron’s revolution, will not be televised. The Tar Heels and Coach Brown traded ACC Network access to an open practice earlier this week for the opportunity to keep this season’s spring game under wraps, keenly identifying a valuable opportunity to gain an edge going into a big-time season opener against the mighty Golden Gophers of Minnesota, hot as they are off of a rousing 6-7 campaign last year. The reasoning given for this swap was a desire to keep defensive scheme changes shrouded in mystery, as well as carry out a “true” quarterback battle in a more private arena. The emphasis on this being a true quarterback battle might be saying the quiet part out loud, but this cloak-and-dagger stuff is what I live for in college sports. The level of gamesmanship needed to consider not giving your season-opening non-conference opponent film from your spring game is truly remarkable, and I’m here for it. It also, if I may add, makes me want to be there in person all the more. I’m anxious to see Max Johnson and Connor Harrell slug it out, and if this is my only chance before the battle is won or lost, I’ve half a mind to go soak it all in. There’s a certain kind of uncertainty floating on the springtime breeze in equal measure with the pollen in Chapel Hill. For the first time in a good while, there is no clear-cut starter under center, and that makes a lot of folks antsy. Currently on the roster, we have an unproven-but-effective-in-limited-time underclassman (Harrell) and a journeyman grad transfer with two previous Power 5 stops under his belt (Johnson). Experience in the system versus experience in a number of systems. Old versus young. I can understand the program wanting to keep the specifics of quarterback play out of the public eye, but I’m hoping against hope that it is the hilarious gamesmanship in wanting to prevent the wily PJ Fleck from getting his hands on film prior to the first game of the year instead of an anticipation of a precipitous drop in quarterback play, regardless of the eventual winner. At this time of year, the only thing we really have is faith. That faith might just carry me to Chapel Hill on Saturday.
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1 day ago Updated Doak Field renovation plan approved by UNC Board of Governors
Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports If like me you’ve been wondering why renovations to Doak Field halted this past offseason, wonder no more: they were actually on hold while a new, larger plan was brought to the Board of Governors. The updated plan, which has a $20 million price tag—up from the original $15 million—was approved yesterday. NC State installed a new playing surface and moved the bullpens to the outfield prior to last season, but hasn’t done much else. That’ll change this offseason, with the next steps including major upgrades to the team’s facilities, including the locker room and weight room, per Pack Pride. Presumably the updates to the stadium’s seating and amenities will come after that. I’ll be curious to see what the updated enhancement plan looks like, once it’s made public. It’s nice to have the ball rolling again on these upgrades, which are long overdue.

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