NC State to play West Virginia in MSG?

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I haven’t heard a confirmation on this yet, but this would be awesome!

I made no secret of how excited I was about the Wolfpack’s 2012 appearance in Madison Square Garden vs UConn…and that excitement will translate over to any appearance the Wolfpack will make in The Big Apple.

The only problem with this trip is that the cost is going to be even more insane than the average trip to New York as it is the weekend before Christmas – a FANTASTIC time to go to New York (if you can afford it).

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    StateFans
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    I haven’t heard a confirmation on this yet, but this would be awesome! NC State and West Virginia will play a neutral site game at Madison Square Gard
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    #51926

    D Wolf
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    Just stay in Jersey. Hotel bill drops by 60%. Secaucus has some nice hotel options.

    #51930

    VaWolf82
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    I was a chaperone on an NHS trip to NYC. We took the train and had subway passes. Left ~6am and got to Penn Station (underneath MSG) at ~1:30. Great trip and avoided all of the hassels of either driving in NYC or flying.

    The train might not be economical for a family of four, but for one or two people it is a no-brainer (at least starting in central VA).

    #51938

    LRM
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    I went to the UConn-State Jimmy V game at MSG in 2012 and had fun. I was surprised — as were some of the UConn fans around me — at how many State fans are in the NYC area. There’s a place right across the street — Jimmy’s maybe? — that is actually a NC theme sports bar.

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    the_phisherman
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    I took the train to NYC once and it was about 11 hour trip from Greensboro. Already being in Central VA makes a big difference as you aren’t very far from DC where the high speed rail begins. I don’t think I’ll travel that way again. I was travelling around New Years and thought the airports would be too big a hassle.

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