RALEIGH – The second-ranked NC State women's basketball squad (8-1) extended its winning streak to eight
by: Sports Network — NCAA: Go Pack 8h
The game, which will be played at Petco Park in San Diego on Dec. 28, 2021 will kick off at 8 p.m. (ET)
by: Chip Alexander — The News & Observer: ACC Now 17h
A lawsuit involving the nation’s leading basketball timing system has brought into question the actions of Roger Ayers, one of the best ACC referees.
by: C.L. Brown — The News & Observer 19h
Duke revealed its vulnerabilities. UNC proved it belonged. While N.C. State showed it had heart — not to mention endurance. Here’s a look back at the week that was.
by: Sports Network — NCAA: Go Pack 4 Dec
RALEIGH - The NC State track & field programs saw strong starts to their 2021-22 indoor seasons on Saturday,
by: WRAL — WRAL Sports Fan 4 Dec
In the ACC opener, the Wolfpack turned on the juice after the half but couldn't close out Louisville.
by: Pack Insider Staff — Pack Insider 4 Dec
There was a moment, with five minutes remaining, State looked to have made the comeback to get a big ACC opener win. After two “lucky” three’s, Louisville pulls away to win, 73-68.
by: Jonas Pope IV — The Herald 4 Dec
“In an ideal situation I don’t want to be down 14 just to prove that we can come back,” Kevin Keatts said following his team’s loss to the Cardinals. “But this team had no quit in it.”
by: Matthew McGavic — Sports Illustrated: Fan Nation 4 Dec
The highlights, team and player notes from Louisville's win at NC State
by: By — Charlotte Observer 4 Dec
See 29 images from the N.C. State Wolfpack men's basketball team's ACC opener against the Louisville Cardinals at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C., Saturday, December 4, 2021. Louisville won 73-68.
by: Steven Muma — SB Nation: Backing The Pack 4 Dec
The team fought hard but ran out of offense.
by: Reina Kempt, Louisville Courier Journal — The Courier-Journal 4 Dec
The Cardinals are coming off a tough loss at Michigan State, and hope to end its four-game road swing with a win.
by: Jonas Pope IV — The News & Observer 4 Dec
Kevin Keatt’s team is averaging 81.57 points per game while the Cardinals are holding their opponents to 64.7 PPG. Something’s got to give when the two teams meet in today’s ACC opener.
by: CHRIS BASNETT Lincoln Journal Star — Journal Star: Husker Extra 3 Dec
After playing four overtimes earlier in the week, "everyone's banged up, everyone's tired." Yet, Nebraska feels ready to enter Big Ten play.