Monday, March 1, 2010

N.C. State football staff observes Duke's spring practice

DURHAM - N.C. State football coach Tom O'Brien and his staff observed Duke's spring practice on Monday morning.

Duke coach David Cutcliffe said that since the teams do not face each other for the next three seasons (in 2013) that they could welcome in the State staff.

"It's not often that you get to watch another team's practice," Cutcliffe said. "So we agreed to swap out a day to watch each other work. That's really all it was, end of story."

Cutcliffe, who enters his third season at Duke, said his staff will attend an N.C. State practice when they start this spring. -- Edward G. Robinson III


Anonymous said...

when did dook get a football team?

Anonymous said...

when they beat State last year.

Matt Doherty said...

UNC is still waiting for a football team. It looks like they might just use the basketball team, they clearly can't play basketball, maybe they can play football.

Anonymous said...

anon 6:49 posterized by 7:47

Anonymous said...

Indeed Anon 12:10. Indeed.