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Wendell Murphy, chairman of the N.C. State Board of Trustees, seconded Fowler's opinion but added that legendary coach Everett Case also was challenged to finish his own degree. Taking summer-school courses from 1918-1923, Case first earned a teaching certificate, then worked on his college degree from the University of Wisconsin while also coaching high school basketball. N.C. State Chancellor James Oblinger pointed out that finishing a degree as an adult isn't a unique experience. One-third of college students in the U.S. are adult learners, Oblinger said.Excuses, spin, and hair splitting. On the other hand, this quote from Lowe himself is the right message
"The feeling I have right now knowing I'm going to have my degree is a feeling I've never had before," Lowe said Saturday while being introduced as the 18th men's basketball coach at State. Lowe pointed to where his mother, Carrie Lowe, was sitting with his three children at the Dail Basketball Complex and said he was glad he could fulfill the dream for both of them. "I always told him, 'What's going on with your degree? OK, get to it.' " Carrie Lowe said of her youngest child, who will be the first of her seven children to graduate from college. "That's all the pressure I put on him. I constantly reminded him that he needed that degree."Good for you, Mrs. Lowe, and good for you, Coach, for acknowledging that you didn't work as hard as you should have. That's the message to your players: Don't do it like I did it if you don't have to. Work hard and do it the right way the first time. Good luck to you, Coach. You have the fans on your side. Don't let them down.
"My vision for our team and this school is we want to do it on both ends," said Lowe, the starting point guard on the Wolfpack's 1983 NCAA championship team. "We want to do it in the classroom, and we want to do it on the floor. That takes a lot of commitment."Good work!