N.C. State coach Mark Gottfried received mixed reactions Wednesday night when he was recognized during team introductions before the team’s 97-73 loss Wednesday against North Carolina.
There were both boos and cheers from fans as his name was called, but most expressed their displeasure with him. There were both Wolfpack and Tar Heel fans at the game, however.
Gottfried, who is in his sixth season at N.C. State, has come under fire in recent weeks, with some fans calling for his job.
Athletic Director Debbie Yow has said publicly she plans to evaluate Gottfried’s job status after the season.
Prior to the season, the Wolfpack was picked to finish sixth in the ACC out of 15 teams. The team is 14th in the league. The Wolfpack (14-13, 3-11 ACC) has lost six straight games, four by more than 20 points. It also lost to UNC by 51 points on Jan. 8 in Chapel Hill.