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In this week's edition of Jaylan Harrington's takeaways, the writer takes a look at how the O-line was able to adjust against Syracuse, Thayer Thomas, the freshman class, how the defensive unit is clicking and more.

NC State football needs to quickly forget about the embarrassing loss to UNC Saturday, but football beat writer Jaylan Harrington picks out a couple things that need to get figured out at the bye week.

With 24 days until NC State travels to Blacksburg, Virginia to face off against Virginia Tech, the Wolfpack began practices in full pads Wednesday. As the team and coaching staff gels together ahead of its 11-game schedule, here’s an early look at causes for optimism and concern in the form of a confidence index for the offense:

NC State football had a disappointing 2019 season. With a 4-8 finish and only one Power Five victory, every unit left something to be desired and the offensive line was no exception. Ranking 25th in the nation in sacks allowed but 75th in rushing yards per game, the unit needs to take a step forward in 2020.

NC State had a disappointing 4-8 campaign this year, going 1-7 in the ACC in the worst season head coach Dave Doeren has had since his first with the Wolfpack. With NC State’s season finally over, let’s take a final look at this season and how things went wrong.

The NC State football team dropped its third game in a row Saturday, this one in a 55-10 blowout at home against Clemson. While the Wolfpack was never expected to compete with the No. 5 Tigers, much of the 45-point beatdown can be laid at the feet of the injuries the team has suffered. Coming into the season, the one strength the Wolfpack for sure had going for it was depth, and according to head coach Dave Doeren, that depth is gone now.