North Carolina State

1963  Wolfpack 
(Authentic Reproduction)




Building on the strong finish of ’62, the Pack added an attractive four-inch scarlet block letter “S” to each side of their white helmet with the scarlet one-inch center stripe that they had worn since the 1958 season. The Pack tied for the ACC title posting an 8-3 record that included a 16-12 Liberty Bowl loss to Ole Miss. All ACC performances were abundant with QB Jim Rossi and end Don Montgomery topping the list and Montgomery being named as an All American. All Conference guard Bill Sullivan teamed with tackle Bert Wilder who returned from the military to earn All ACC notice and then played with the Jets from 1964-’67. The backfield was strong with Tony Koszarsky and two-way performer Joe Scarpati who went on to an underrated career as a DB with the Eagles from ’64 through 1969 and completed his NFL stay with a year at New Orleans. The team’s performance won Edwards the ACC Co-Coach Of The Year Award.

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