Web Run: New Offensive Coordinator Dana Bible

Being a college coordinator these days is like being a regular at "Cheers," that fictional Boston watering hole – everybody knows your name. That doesn't bother new NC State offensive coordinator Dana Bible, who returns to the Wolfpack 22 years after he was a member of Tom Reed's staff from 1983-85.

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(As Of February 11)
School Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
Boston College 9-2 .818 18-6 .750
North Carolina 8-2 .800 22-3 .880
Virginia 8-3 .727 16-7 .696
Virginia Tech 7-3 .700 17-7 .708
Clemson 5-5 .500 19-5 .792
Duke 5-6 .455 18-7 .720
Florida State 5-6 .455 17-8 .680
Maryland 4-6 .400 18-7 .720
Georgia Tech 4-6 .400 16-8 .667
NC State 3-7 .300 13-10 .565
Miami 3-8 .273 10-15 .400
Wake Forest 2-9 .182 11-13 .458



"First off, it's not Dana Bible's offense. It's NC State's offense. It's a product of the head coach, the offensive coaches and the players. We put our players in position to do what they do well. We are going to work hard to work to the strength of our players. That is what we did at Boston College and that is what I have done at every place I have been. I learned along the way that what you might want to be and what you can be might be two different things. We are always going to play to what our players can do. We will play to our strengths." - Dana Bible on NC State's new offense



Getting to Know: New Offensive Coordinator Dana Bible
Tim Peeler * GoPack.com
Being a college coordinator these days is like being a regular at "Cheers," that fictional Boston watering hole – everybody knows your name. That doesn't bother new NC State offensive coordinator Dana Bible, who returns to the Wolfpack 22 years after he was a member of Tom Reed's staff from 1983-85. That stint with the Wolfpack was the second phase of Bible's coaching career. He spent five seasons in the 1970s working as an assistant coach at his alma mater, the University of Cincinnati, then went into private business for one year. He returned to coaching in 1981, as an assistant to Tom Reed at Miami (Ohio). He came to NC State as part of Reed's staff in 1983, working under offensive coordinator Tom Landsittel as the Wolfpack's quarterbacks and wide receivers coach. He coached two of the most successful passers in school history to that point, Tim Esposito and Erik Kramer, as well as Jeffires, a record-setting predecessor of Torry Holt. Read More

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