Monthly Archives: June 2020

NC State is still QB U, 2020 Quarterback Preview

Co-hosts Matt Carter and Justin H. Williams discuss NC State's argument as Quarterback U in college football and why the Wolfpack are left out of national lists for success at the position. The guys also preview the Wolfpack's quarterback room for 2020 and discuss the latest in the return of college football. 

Best NC State game since 2000 and John Swofford’s retirement

Co-hosts Matt Carter and Justin H. Williams discuss the Best NC State game since 2000 bracket winner — football's 2003 Gator Bowl victory over Notre Dame. Matt and Justin reminisce on the game and the energy around the program in the early 2000s. Plus, the guys give their thoughts on ACC Commissioner John Swofford's retirement announcement this week.

Weekend recruiting review, return of college football (June 23)

Co-hosts Matt Carter and Justin H. Williams discuss a big weekend in football recruiting for NC State with the verbal commitments of Travali Price, Jayden Tate and Sean Brown. The guys also discuss national updates in the return of college football during the COVID-19 pandemic and bring up men's basketball coach Kevin Keatts' comments of the return of basketball season. 

Talking Pack football with ESPN’s David Hale (June 19) college football/ACC writer David Hale joins Matt Carter and Justin Williams via Zoom to discuss NC State football in 2020. Hale goes deep into the numbers to explain how unlucky the Pack was in 2019 and why that may offer some hope going forward, but he also details his concerns for NC State and offers a snapshot of how he sees the ACC playing out.

Football expectations, MLB Draft and men’s basketball recruiting (June 17)

Co-hosts Matt Carter and Justin H. Williams discuss their conversation with ESPN's David Hale about preseason expectations for NC State football, the San Francisco Giants selecting #Pack9 Pros Patrick Bailey and Nick Swiney, plus men's basketball recruiting for the class of 2022 and more. 

Talking football recruiting, NCAA investigation and latest national college sports news

Matt Carter and Justin Williams break down NC State's two newest commitments in football recruiting — Nate Evans and Caden Fordham. We also look at the implications of the Oklahoma State infractions case ruling and offer thoughts on the developments nationally with civil rights protests, COVID-19 pandemic and name, image and likeness rights.

Talking NC State recruiting and collegiate athletics

Justin Williams and Matt Carter discuss the latest developments in football and women's basketball recruiting as well as a couple of collegiate athletics-related topics, including NC State's plan to bring football and basketball players back to campus.
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