North Carolina State Rumors & News

  • Reports: Dave Doeren turns down Tennessee to remain with NC State

    CBS Sports "The wheels of the Tennessee coaching search keep spinning, and NC State coach Dave Doeren won't be hopping on board. According to Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated and other outlets, Doeren has chosen to remain in Raleigh, North Carolina, as the head coach of the Wolfpack after the Vols..." November 30

  • Tennessee coaching search shifts attention to NC State's Dave Doeren

    USA Today "North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren and athletics director Debbie Yow have been engaged in a protracted and somewhat contentious standoff over his contract extension negotiations in recent days, multiple people with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports, a staredown that is connected..." November 29

  • Clemson coach Dabo Swinney points finger at NC State after laptop, stolen towel incidents

    Greenville Online "The N.C. State game may be three days old, but some ill feelings over events that transpired both during and after Clemson’s 38-31 victory still linger. N.C. State coach Dave Doeren said he was shown a photo of a laptop being used on the Clemson sideline and questioned the legality of it,..." November 07

  • NC State investigating fans’ treatment of referees

    Larry Brown Sports "NC State fans were livid with game officials following Saturday’s 38-31 loss to Clemson. The furor stemmed from not only the loss, but an illegal shift penalty that cost Wolfpack a first down inside the 10 with only seconds remaining. As the final seconds ticked away and officials began to exit..." November 07

  • N.C. State's Bradley Chubb apologizes for spitting on FSU logo after upset win

    Sporting News - NCAAF "N.C. State defensive end Bradley Chubb added insult to injury after Florida State's upset home loss to the unranked Wolfpack, then immediately regretted it. As soon as the Wolfpack's 27-21 win became official, Chubb ran to midfield and seemingly spit on the Seminoles' logo. Chubb apologized..." September 23