NC State Wolfpack

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NC State Wolfpack
NCST logo.jpg
First season 2013
Head coach ImposterCauster
4th year, 14–27 (.341)
Home stadium Carter-Finley Stadium
Year built 1966
Stadium capacity 60,000
Stadium surface Natural Grass
Location Raleigh, NC
League NCAA
Conference ACC
Division Atlantic
All-time record 38–78–0 (.328)
Postseason bowl record 1–1–0 (.500)
Claimed national titles 0
Conference titles 0
Division titles 0
Heisman winners 0
Consensus All-Americans 0
Colors

Red and White

          
Fight song NC State Fight Song
Red and White
Mascot Mr Wuf
Rivals North Carolina
ECU
Wake Forest
Duke
Clemson

The North Carolina State Wolfpack, coached by ImposterCauster, are a collegiate football team playing in the ACC. The Wolfpack play in Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina, and are a member of the Atlantic Division.

History

Brynk era (2013)

Brynk was hired as the first ever head coach of the NC State Wolfpack, taking over at the helm in the first season of CFBHC as a whole. Unfortunately his reign would only last three short-lived games, finishing with an 0-3 record before resigning.

jrosgood era (2013)

jrosgood came in to replace Brynk, and he brought the Pack wins #1 and #2. A sudden personal event required the ball coach to resign with a record of 2-2, continuing a very rocky start for the Wolfpack.

Vacancy (2013-2014)

The Pack were unable to hire a coach to finish out the season, going 2-3 to finish the 2013 season with a 4-8 record. With no coach at the helm to begin 2014, the Pack lost their opening three games before finally hiring a new coach.

Giorgio1907 era (2014)

With the hiring of Giorgio1907, the Wolfpack finally saw success on the field. Coach Giorgio reeled in six wins to close out the year at 6-3, unfortunately unable to land in a bowl game. With the lack of a postseason appearance, Giorgio left the program prematurely, marking the 3rd coach to leave in just two seasons.

Vacancy (2015)

The Pack remained coachless for a span of ten games in the 2015 season, going 2-8 in this stretch. The AD was able to bring in a coach for the final two games, however, foreshadowing good things to come.

brightfalls era (2015-2016)

Arguably the most successful coach in NC State history, brightfalls closed out the 2015 season with two wins in two games. 2016 turned out to finally be a breakout season for the Pack, as a high-powered offense carried NC State to an 8-4 record and their first appearance in a bowl game. The Pack defeated Northern Illinois by a score of 42-28 in the Mile High Bowl, claiming their first bowl win in their first try. brightfalls would later move on to coach the Virginia Tech, leaving the Pack once again without a man in charge.

bigred23 era (2017)

Former Central Michigan coach bigred23 took over the program to begin the 2017 season, but after four very unsuccessful games, he too handed in his resignation, leaving the program coachless once more.

Vacancy (2017)

The worst season in program history continued without a coach, as this short period of time saw the Pack run 0-6 before bringing in a rookie head coach.

deandean1998 era (2017-2018)

Coach deandean1998 didn't see much improvement, closing out the 2017 season without a win (the Pack went 0-12). 2018 proved to be far worse for a while, seeing the Pack get run off the field in most games, including an embarrassing 80-0 loss to division rivals Boston College. The first win of the year came against San Jose State, but at 1-11 for 2018 and 1-13 overall, deandean1998 left for the Washington Huskies.

ImposterCauster era (2019-present)

Things started to look up in Raleigh after another former CMU coach was hired, this time an alumnus of the school. ImposterCauster lead the Pack to two quick wins to ease the pain of the last two seasons, and after claiming wins over UNC and Wake Forest, the Pack were able to claim a 6-6 record and an appearance in the Military Bowl, where they lost to rivals East Carolina by a score of 38-28. Perhaps the most promising sign so far is that the ball coach is still at the school, making Wolfpack fans hopeful of continuity in Raleigh.

All-time record vs. ACC opponents

This is the Wolfpack's football record against current Atlantic Coast Conference opponents through the 2021 season.

School Total Games W L T Pct. PF PA First Year Last Year Streak
Boston College 9 0 9 0 .000 106 325 2013 2021 L9
Clemson 9 3 6 0 .333 168 211 2013 2021 L5
Duke 0 0 0 0 0 0 TBD TBD TBD
Florida State 9 0 9 0 .000 149 325 2013 2021 L9
Georgia Tech 1 1 0 0 1.000 28 13 2013 2013 W1
Louisville 8 3 5 0 .375 144 180 2014 2021 L1
Miami (FL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 TBD TBD TBD
North Carolina 9 3 6 0 .375 186 265 2013 2021 L2
Pittsburgh 1 0 1 0 .000 7 62 2020 2020 L1
Syracuse 9 3 6 0 .333 206 294 2013 2021 L5
Virginia 1 0 1 0 .000 27 31 2021 2021 L1
Virginia Tech 0 0 0 0 0 0 TBD TBD TBD
Wake Forest 9 6 3 0 .667 231 186 2013 2021 W1
13 Opponents 65 19 46 0 .292 1206 1785 9 Seasons

Season-by-Season Records

Coaches Year Conference Overall Record Conference Record Bowl Final CP Ranking
Wins Losses Wins Losses
North Carolina State Wolfpack
Brynk 2013 ACC 0 3 0 0 - -
jrosgood 2 2 2 0
Vacant 2 3 2 3
2014 0 3 0 0 - -
Giorgio1907 6 3 4 3
Vacant 2015 2 8 0 5 - -
brightfalls 2 0 2 0
2016 9 4 5 2 Won Mile High Bowl vs. Northern Illinois (42-28) -
bigred23 2017 0 4 0 1 - -
Vacant 0 6 0 4
deandean1998 0 2 0 2
2018 1 11 0 7 - -
ImposterCauster
2019 6 7 2 5 Lost Military Bowl vs. East Carolina (28-38) -
2020 2 10 1 7 - -
2021 3 9 1 7 - -
2022 3 1 0 0 - -
Total Games: 114 38 78 19 46 (all games)

Bowl games

The Wolfpack have appeared in two bowl games, posting a record of 1-1.

Season Bowl Opponent Result
2016 Mile High Bowl Northern Illinois W, 42-28
2019 Military Bowl East Carolina L, 28-38
Total 2 Bowl Games 1–1

Individual Award Winners

Players

None. Yet.

All-Americans

None.

All-ACC Players

External Links

2022 Depth Chart TBD