RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina State figures it's found a few more leaders this year.
The Wolfpack hope they lead them to more wins.
It's finally game week again for N.C. State, which has spent the past nine months putting all those losses during coach Dave Doeren's miserable first season in the past.
All that matters now is getting ready for a Georgia Southern team making its FBS debut this weekend.
Defensive tackle T.Y. McGill said Monday that he's "not saying we didn't have good leaders" in 2013 but "we had a new coaching staff and guys didn't know which way to go."
After last year's 3-9 finish, Doeren says "the best way to get a taste out of your mouth is to go out and play."