Is it normal for fans to keep using the word "rebuilding" for over 30 years?

Return to Forum

Please with your WRAL.com account to comment on this story. You also will need a Facebook account to comment.

Oldest First
  • WPInDaHouse Nov 15, 2013
    Rookie

    .... Says the pansy fan trolling the STATE board.

    #IronySlap

    :)

  • 903 Hook em banned Nov 15, 2013
    Sports Legend

    you all really think it's gonna take unc 30 years to rebuild its image? I know they've got their work cut out for them...

  • larrys080return of the Tarheel Nov 14, 2013
    Pro

    State College could care less about their own athletic department. Their main concern is EVERYTHING Carolina! This is why they will NEVER compete on the national level at football or basketball! When half of Dr. Yows meetings revolve around whats going on at Carolina then that should be a red flag!

  • TarheelState1 Nov 14, 2013
    Bench Warmer

    Kollege fans have been talking about rebuilding seasons since cheater Valvano won the chumpionship. Now they even apply it to football. Sad but true. It seems like a viable term to use for 1 season and in extreme cases maybe 2 but 30 = LMFAO!!!

    And what I love is despite the loser football and basketball programs, the wolfer fans try to convince themselves they are good with comments like "They really play as a team"....."these guys really hustle"........"if it were not for injuries and bad calls we would be champions".

    Sounds to me like saying "She has a great personality" when she looks like a state cheerleader!!! BAAAWWWWWAAAAWWWAAAAA!!!!

Oldest First
  • CBB: NC State at Pitt

    Tonight at 8:00 on WRAL-TV

  • NHL Hockey Pittsburgh Penguins at Carolina Hurricanes

    Tonight at 7:00 on 99.9 The Fan

  • College Basketball Oregon at California

    Tomorrow at 9:00 pm on 99.9 The Fan

  • NHL Hockey Ottawa Senators at Carolina Hurricanes

    Friday at 7:30 pm on 99.9 The Fan

  • College Basketball Creighton at Villanova

    Saturday at 3:00 pm on 99.9 The Fan

NBA Scoreboard
Thursday, Feb 23
Portland 4:00 PT5:00 MT6:00 CT7:00 ET0:00 GMT8:00 5:00 MST7:00 EST4:00 UAE (+1)01:0019:00 ET6:00 CTNaN:�
Orlando 
Charlotte 4:30 PT5:30 MT6:30 CT7:30 ET0:30 GMT8:30 5:30 MST7:30 EST4:30 UAE (+1)01:3019:30 ET6:30 CTNaN:�
Detroit 
Houston 5:00 PT6:00 MT7:00 CT8:00 ET1:00 GMT9:00 6:00 MST8:00 EST5:00 UAE (+1)02:0020:00 ET7:00 CTNaN:�
New Orleans 
New York 5:00 PT6:00 MT7:00 CT8:00 ET1:00 GMT9:00 6:00 MST8:00 EST5:00 UAE (+1)02:0020:00 ET7:00 CTNaN:�
Cleveland 
LA Clippers 7:30 PT8:30 MT9:30 CT10:30 ET3:30 GMT11:30 8:30 MST10:30 EST7:30 UAE (+1)04:3022:30 ET9:30 CTNaN:�
Golden State 
Denver 7:30 PT8:30 MT9:30 CT10:30 ET3:30 GMT11:30 8:30 MST10:30 EST7:30 UAE (+1)04:3022:30 ET9:30 CTNaN:�
Sacramento 
ATP Scoreboard
Tuesday, Feb. 21
Open 13 (ATP)
First Round
A. Rublev1 4    
I. Marchenko6 5    
J. Chardy3 5    
J. Struff6 6    
N. Gombos 
E. Donskoy 
A. Bedene 
P. Mathieu 
J. Benneteau 
D. Shapovalov 
S. Stakhovsky 
J. Vesely 
(6) R. Gasquet 
R. Haase 
(5) A. Zverev 
N. Mahut 
 
Delray Beach Open (ATP)
 
Rio Open (ATP)
 
WTA Scoreboard
Tuesday, Feb. 21
Dubai Tennis Championship (WTA)
Second Round
(5) G. Muguruza     
K. Bondarenko     
(3) D. Cibulkova2 6 2   
E. Makarova6 4 6   
(8) E. Vesnina6 7    
M. Doi2 5    
(15) C. Garcia1 6 2   
M. Puig6 4 6   
C. Bellis7 77    
L. Siegemund5 63    
(12) S. Stosur4 3    
A. Konjuh6 6    
O. Jabeur3 1    
Q. Wang6 6    
(4) A. Radwanska6 2    
E. Mertens3 1    
L. Davis1 1    
K. Pliskova6 1    
C. McHale5     
N. Osaka2     
(10) C. Wozniacki 
V. Golubic 
A. Sevastova 
A. Riske 
(2) K. Pliskova 
K. Mladenovic 
(9) B. Strycova 
S. Peng 
(1) A. Kerber 
M. Barthel 
(7) E. Svitolina 
S. Zheng 
 
Hungarian Ladies Open (WTA)
First Round
N. Broady6 4 3   
A. Blinkova3 6 6   
E. Rodina3 3    
T. Korpatsch6 6    
(3) J. Goerges63 1    
A. Kontaveit77 0    
K. Flipkens 
A. Sasnovich 
D. Kovinic 
F. Stollar