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ECU AND NCSU SET TO RESUME GRIDIRON BATTLE IN NORTH CAROLINA
Published October 12, 1995
East Carolina and NC State have agreed to a four-year series of football games starting in Fall '96, school officials and the Charlotte Regional Sports Commission (CRSC) announced Monday. The agreement calls for the two teams to meet in '96 in Charlotte, '99 in Raleigh, 2000 in Greenville, and 2004 in Charlotte. The '96 and 2004 games will be played in Carolinas Stadium. The games will be managed and marketed by Raycom (CRSC).