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November 25, 2012
NC State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Dana Bible has had two different stints in Raleigh in two different decades, and knows transition is never easy.
Bible became the interim coach for the Wolfpack's bowl game, likely to be played in Nashville or Orlando, after his close friend of many years Tom O'Brien was fired on Sunday. O'Brien and Bible both graduated from St. Xavier in Cincinnati, Ohio, — a few years apart — and had coached together since 1999. Bible joined him at Boston College and returned to NC State in 2007. Bible previously coached quarterbacks and wide receivers at NCSU from 1983-85.
NC State seniors Earl Wolff and Camden Wentz, and junior Dontae Johnson, were also available to talk to the media following athletic director Debbie Yow's press conference.
Click below to listen to their interviews:
Dontae Johnson audio interview (3:49)
Earl Wolff audio interview (5:33)
Camden Wentz audio interview (4:47)
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