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NC State's crowd scares Clemson into losing

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Take a look at the picture below, and tell me if you'd be able to perform well in front of those people as a member of the visiting team. Didn't think so.

The NC State Wolfpack held off a furious rally from the Clemson Tigers on Sunday, notching a hard-fought 66-62 win.

While some credit should go to the Wolfpack players, particularly T.J. Warren, who scored 21 points off the bench, it's clear to anyone who watched the game that the biggest reason NC State pulled out the win is because the team's unbelievably creepy fans probably scared the ever-loving crap out of Clemson's players.

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(h/t @bubbaprog)

Focus on the guy on the far right, who is, as you can see, already focused on you. What you can't see in the photo above is that, while the camera continued to pan to the right, he kept right on staring a hole through the television viewers' collective faces. The chinstrap beard, of course, adds to the effect.

(Not mentioned, but equally as weird, is the gap-toothed guy with the flesh-colored goatee and the stone-faced beanie wearer. Eeeeeeek.)

Not shown here is the guy in the mullet wig and red-and-white-striped overalls getting noticeably pervy with ESPNU's sideline reporter, who was interviewing the NC State fan who took a tumble while rushing the court in a wheelchair last weekend.

With that group of fans, NC State clearly has the best home-court advantage in college basketball. I'd hate to see what happens to anyone who disagrees.

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