Veteran assistant coach Kurt Roper, who was the offensive coordinator at Duke, Colorado and South Carolina, has been named quarterbacks coach at NC State.
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North Carolina State has named assistants Des Kitchings and George McDonald as co-offensive coordinators.
- NC State hires veteran Roper as QBs coach
- NC State taps Kitchings, McDonald as co-coordinators
- Appalachian St. hiring Drinkwitz to 5-year deal
- NC State's Harmon skips Gator Bowl, entering draft
NC State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Eli Drinkwitz has agreed to a five-year deal as head coach of the Appalachian State Mountaineers.
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