Dennis Horner wanted to go out with a strong effort in his last home game, and he delivered Sunday in NC State's 66-54 win over Boston College in front of 15,104 fans at the RBC Center.
Horner and fifth-year senior Farnold Degand came off the court to a rousing ovation. Horner had 11 of his 14 points in the second half, coming back after getting blocked to the ground, needing stitches.
The Wolfpacker talked to Horner, sophomore point guard Julius Mays, sophomore shooting guard C.J. Williams, junior center Tracy Smith and coach Sidney Lowe, following the game.
Click below to listen to their audio interviews: