The Wolfpack have played all of their "home" games at several locations, including Grainger Stadium in Kinston.
Grainger Stadium, which has a capacity of 3,800 and is the home of the Kinston (A) Indians, is located 80 miles east of Raleigh on U.S. Highway 70. The games, which will still be played at 7:00 Friday, 1:30 Saturday, and 1:30 Sunday, will be considered home games for N.C. State and away games for Clemson due to NCAA rules.
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