I Hope That This Is On The Wolfpack Bulletin Board

 Tomahawk Nation’s rather unflattering prediction

Florida State will stifle NC State’s offense.  Wilson will get a few decent scrambles as we lose contain , and maybe a big pass or two.  For the most part, though, we will force them into negative and low percentage plays, while constantly hitting the untalented NC State players.  Everette Brown could become a household name, and people will once again talk about how fast the Florida State defense is.  NC State will run 65 plays, average 3.75 yards per play, and finish with around 245 total yards.

It’s good to see that at least some Florida State fans have their trademark arrogance back.  It gives me all the more reason to cheer until my throat bleeds tonight.

Then again, NC State isn’t the team likely to go on probation soon, but FSU is, so there is that.

Officials from FSU will meet in Indianapolis for a hearing about the academic fraud scandal that ensnared approximately 60 FSU athletes in 10 sports.

'08 Football Chuck Amato NCS Football

17 Responses to I Hope That This Is On The Wolfpack Bulletin Board

  1. 66pack 10/16/2008 at 11:32 AM #

    As predictions go this one seems reasonable.

  2. SEAT.5.F.2 10/16/2008 at 11:50 AM #

    good find, humurous, but not suitable to post up comments made by a blog in an order to fire up players. Especially since it looks like “Chop” goes full WWE wrestling when the grid iron season ends.

    What does “negative” mean in reference to high/low percentage of plays? Is that when when you C stands up and declare’s “I’m going to hike this one into the end zone” and proceeds to do so.

    Even if ESPN doesn’t pile on about FSU’s NCCA hearing it is going to be interesting to see just how far apart the two coach’s are in their approach to the game. Bowden is being charged with the “not knowing a thing going on under his nose” and they will face possible stiff penalties. On the other sideline is a coach that would be on everyones short list of candidates to save their program after having it’s reputaion smeared internally.

  3. haze 10/16/2008 at 11:55 AM #

    I agree that the actual prediction #’s seems reasonable.

    Having said that, the arrogance is still there and it’s evident in most of the questions in the Section Six blog trade as well.

    At some level, I get it.

    At some level, I’m suprised that ‘Noles fans, who pull for a program that has spent the better part of a decade showing the CFB world how to turn Angus beef talent into a rotting hamburger team, can trust anything that they think they see happen on a football field.

    Tonight, the Noles should win. They should win most all of the time. They should score more than 3pts against Wake. They should but they don’t and, often, they don’t to an embarrassing degree. Here’s hoping for another classic failure on their part.

  4. wufpup76 10/16/2008 at 12:04 PM #

    I’m optimistic … Hopefully we get 4+ turnovers (ball control isn’t exactly their specialty), get some early or easy scores and go from there

    Hey, wishful thinking never hurts 🙂

  5. GAWolf 10/16/2008 at 12:04 PM #

    Truthfully, if there’s ever been a school that will make a superstar out of an opposing single athlete in a game it’s NC State.

  6. wufpaxno1 10/16/2008 at 12:11 PM #

    Those Cocky Bastages! Let’s go out and beat those Ice Holes! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell No, and it ain’t over now! Let’s Go Pack!!!

  7. Dr. BadgerPack 10/16/2008 at 12:24 PM #

    ^… Forget it, he’s rolling… 🙂

  8. jmnorris 10/16/2008 at 12:29 PM #

    I’m not expert, but I feel that we can atleast make this a great game. Their defense is playing VERY well right now, but their QB play could be very shaky and costly for them. I believe it will come down to turnovers, and because we are actually creating turnovers (15 thru 6 games) and they are turning it over (13 times last 3 games) then I think we can win this game. RW makes great decisions while their QB’s throws int’s. I agree with haze that the noles should win, but I think it will be closer than the spread. Since its at home, I say NCSU wins 17-13. Oh ya, did I mention that we get AMC and NI back on D…mmmhmmm. I have an extra ticket if anyone needs one. Section 25, row BB, seat 7. I bought it and then my friend gave me a free student ticket. Im trying to sell it for what I bought it for ($32). If interested, email me at jmnorris50 at gmail dot com

  9. Pack92 10/16/2008 at 12:35 PM #

    They thougth they would pound WFU too…How’d that work out?

  10. BoKnowsNCS71 10/16/2008 at 12:39 PM #

    Who is the important Basketball recruit coming to visit this weekend?

  11. SuperStuff 10/16/2008 at 12:40 PM #

    We’ve had some pretty good success against FSU. They have always had more talent (deeper bench) and we’ve been able to pull out a win every now & then. I think Russell Wilson is starting to get better with each game he plays. Jamelle Eugene should be at full strength as well. My concern is not the offense like it was in the first game of the year, but how far the defense has fallen since Cash & Irving got hurt. We can win this game if FSU gives us their usual amount of stupid penalties and turn-overs.

  12. BJD95 10/16/2008 at 12:40 PM #

    Complete nonsense. NC State is obviously ten times as talented as FSU. Just ask Chuck the Clown, he’ll tell you all about what gold he left in Raleigh!

  13. Alpha Wolf 10/16/2008 at 12:41 PM #

    ^ Derrick Favors or John Wall? Both will be at Saturday’s open practice:


    Coming up this weekend is a trip to N.C. State, which Favors said he’s looking forward to. John Wall, a 6-4, 175-pound guard out of Raleigh (N.C.) Word of God Academy (left) and the top recruit in the nation according to Rivals, said he wants to visit N.C. State this weekend to spend time with Favors and potentially scrimmage with the team. Wall is considering Kansas, Memphis, NC State, Baylor, and Oregon, but has taken only one official visit, to Kansas.

    “I’m excited about it,” Favors told TheWolfpacker.com. “I want to see the style that they play in. I want to see how the atmosphere is. I’m trying to not let things get to me, and stay level-headed.”

  14. Alpha Wolf 10/16/2008 at 12:48 PM #

    Complete nonsense. NC State is obviously ten times as talented as FSU. Just ask Chuck the Clown, he’ll tell you all about what gold he left in Raleigh!

    FINALLY someone gets my very subtle jab.

  15. Scooter 10/16/2008 at 1:24 PM #

    “You cannot be disciplined in great things and undisciplined in small things. Brave undisciplined men have no chance against the discipline and valour of other men. Have you ever seen a few policemen handle a crowd?”
    — General George S. Patton

    Wouldn’t it be nice to see Amato Ball on the other side of the field for a change?

  16. SEAT.5.F.2 10/16/2008 at 1:32 PM #

    My favorite thing about the twelves y o’s blog was the part about the “national ‘sposure” they can get tonight. Imagine years ago FSU fans wanting the nation to know who they were and that they have the goods.

  17. wufpaxno1 10/16/2008 at 2:03 PM #

    SEAT, I especially laughed at the comment about getting into the top 25. Who the hell have they beaten? Two Southern Conference/ FCS teams, a rebuilding Colorado team, and Miami who occupies the cellar in the Coastal Division. And now, by beating NC State, the cellar team in the Atlantic Division, they are going to get the recognition that they need to vault into the top 25. For fans of a program with such a rich football tradition, they know very little about football. These guys are delusional in the first place, and secondly I fully expect that we will beat these guys now that we are half way healthy again. I look to tonight to be the start of this year’s version of a second half of the season resurgence again! And I still say they are “Cocky Bastages!” jmnorris, check your e-mail on that ticket.

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