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Game 8: NC State

November 1

Doak Campbell Stadium

Tallahassee, FL


General Information


Location: Raleigh, NC

Stadium: Carter-Finley (59,000)

Surface: Natural Grass

Enrollment: 27,169

Founded: 1887

Colors: Red & White

Nickname: Wolfpack

Conference: Atlantic Coast

Offensive System: Pro I

Defensive System: 4-3

1996 Record: 3-8

1996 Conference Record/Finish: 3-5/T6th

Chancellor: Dr. Larry K. Monteith

Athletic Director: Les Robinson

Sports Publicist: Joan von Thron (interim)

Assistant Publicists: Wendi McLendon; Bruce Winkworth

SID Mailing Address: Box 8501, Raleigh, NC 27695-8501

Coaching Staff


Head Coach: Mike O’Cain (Clemson ’77)

Record at NCSU: 22-24 (4 years)

Overall Record: 22-24 (4 years)

Assistant Coaches: Jimmy Kiser (Offensive Coordinator); Kent Briggs (Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary); Jeff Snipes (Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Ends); Robbie Caldwell (Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line); Kenny Phillips (Defensive Tackles); Dick Portee (Running Backs); Brette Simmons (Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends); Ken Pettus (Special Teams/Administration); Jamie Coll (Athletic Trainer)

Player Information


Lettermen Returning: (O) 25, (D) 26

Lettermen Lost: (O) 8, (D) 3

Starters Returning: (O) 8, (D) 10

Starters Lost: (O) 3, (D) 3

Specialists Returning/Lost: 4/0

Offensive Starters Returning: Jamie Barnette (QB); Lonnie Gilbert (G); Torry Holt (WR); Seamus Murphy (C); Ian Rafferty (OT); Alex Santos (G); Tremayne Stephens (TB); Mark Thomas (TE); George Williams (DT); Damon Wyche (SS)

Defensive Starters Returning: Morocco Brown (LB); Kit Carpenter (LB); Brad Collins (DE); Duan Everett (LB); Lateef Patterson (DT); Rodney Redd (CB); Hassan Shamsid-Deen (CB); Clayton Simon (DE)

All-Star Candidates: Treymayne Stephens (TB); Lonnie Gilbert (G); Torry Holt (WR); Seamus Murphy (C); Mark Thomas (TE); Hassan Shamsid-Deen (CB)

Game Notes



The Tribe scored their second most points of the season in a 51-17 win at Carter-Finley Stadium in 1996…the defense scored two touchdowns as Byron Capers recovered a blocked punt in the endzone and Shevin Smith returned a 61-yard interception…Warrick Dunn rushed for over a 100 yards and one touchdown…back-up quarterback Dan Kendra threw two touchdowns, his first as a Seminole…the Tribe scored their largest margin of victory in any ACC game, 60 points, in a 77-17 win over the Wolfpack in 1995…the 77 points were the most ever by an FSU team…Bobby Bowden holds a 6-1 career record against NC State, including a 1-1 mark while at West Virginia…FSU leads the all-time series with the Wolfpack 13-4…the Seminoles have defeated NC State by an average margin of 51.6 points since joining the ACC in 1992…five players on the NC State roster hail from the state of Florida…Florida State assistant head coach Chuck Amato is a 1969 graduate of NC State and a three-year letterwinner for the Wolfpack…Amato also coached at NC State for 12 years, beginning as a student assistant in 1968 and working his way up to defensive coordinator…FSU marketing director Kim McWilliams played volleyball for the Pack.


Wolfpack Schedule & Results


1997 Schedule

August 30 at Syracuse

September 6 at Duke

September 13 Clemson

September 20 Northern Illinois

September 27 at Wake Forest

October 11 at Georgia Tech

October 18 NORTH CAROLINA

November 1 at Florida State

November 8 Maryland

November 15 Virginia

November 22 East Carolina

1996 Results (3-8)


                NCS-OPP
Georgia Tech      16-28
Florida STate     17-51
at Purdue         21-42
at Maryland        34-8
Alabama           24-19
at Virginia       14-62
at North Carolina 20-52
DUKE              44-22
at Clemson        17-40
Wake Forest       22-37
vs. East Carolina 29-50

All-Time Series


(W-13, L-4)

Year    Site          Score
1952    Raleigh        7-13
1953    Tallahassee   23-13
1954    Raleigh        13-7
1955    Tallahassee     7-0
1956    Raleigh        14-0
1957    Tallahassee     0-7
1963    Tallahassee    14-0
1964    Tallahassee    28-6
1965    Raleigh         0-3
1967    Tallahassee   10-20
1968    Raleigh        48-7
1969    Tallahassee   33-22
1992    Raleigh       34-13
1993    Tallahassee    62-3
1994    Raleigh        34-3
1995    Tallahassee   77-17
1996    Raleigh       51-17

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