Friday, September 17, 2010

O'Brien wants fans back in seats after halftime

N.C. State got off to an excellent start to the third quarter in Thursday night's 30-19 win over Cincinnati.

Wolfpack coach Tom O'Brien wishes more N.C. State fans were there to see it.

"We come out, there's nobody in the stands in the third quarter," O'Brien said after the game. "We've got to learn to come for the whole game."

O'Brien apparently was concerned that many fans left their seats at halftime and hadn't returned to cheer on the team by the start of the second half.

Cincinnati received the kickoff to start the second half, but N.C. State forced a punt and then drove 71 yards in 14 plays for a 19-yard Josh Czajkowski field goal that increased the Wolfpack's advantage to 23-7.

Ken Tysiac


Anonymous said...

Gotta kill the halftime passes coach. There should be no re-entry. I leave too, and I am advocating this. I actually stayed for the half in last night's game and it looked pretty shabby. Just sneak bottles in the game if you need a drink. Concessions will pick up!

John W. said...

If you had've seen the state they were in, Tom, you would not have wanted them back in their seats.

I mean, not unless you want to see ****-faced frat boys fighting over who won at cornhole and vomiting in the seats.