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North Carolina State Wolfpack Football Details
With six conference rivals within 300 miles, North Carolina State football games are a destination for both Wolfpack fans and visiting spectators. Whichever side you’re on, Raleigh is a fine spot for a college football game.
NC State started its football program in 1892, back when it was known as The North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. Its history includes six consensus All-America selections and five members of the College Football Hall of Fame.
The Wolfpack plays home games at Carter-Finley Stadium , which is close to campus and holds more than 57,000 fans. The configuration is intimate, with Carter-Finley having the smallest distance between the stands and the sidelines in the ACC.
The Wolfpack’s biggest rivals are their neighbors to the west, the North Carolina Tar Heels. The schools first met on the gridiron in 1894. While the Heels hold the all-time edge, the Wolfpack have gotten the best of their rivals so far in this century. Carter-Finley hosts the game in odd-numbered years.
NC State’s costumed mascots are Mr. and Mrs. Wuf, who were married in 1981 by the Wake Forest Demon Deacon during halftime of a basketball game. The live mascot is a Tamaskan dog named Tuffy, who looks like a husky and can be seen on the sidelines during Wolfpack football games.
Before or after a game, check out the campus-based Howling Cow, which makes its ice cream from milk obtained at the school’s dairy farm. Since you’re in Wolfpack country, try Wolftracks, a flavor that includes chocolate and vanilla ice cream, fudge chunks, and mini peanut butter cups.
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North Carolina State Wolfpack schedule
For upcoming games and additional information, explore SeatGeek's North Carolina State Wolfpack Tickets page. The 2018 Wolfpack regular season begins September 1st and ends November 24th.
How much do North Carolina State Wolfpack tickets cost?
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When do North Carolina State Wolfpack postseason tickets go on sale?
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When does North Carolina State play UNC?
This 2018 season, the Wolfpack will face off against the Tar Heels on November 24th at Kenan Memorial Stadium in Chapel Hill, NC.