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.

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 (4-8, 1-7 ACC) concluded one of the most frustrating seasons in the recent history of the team, with its last win coming against Syracuse in October. The loss to Georgia Tech sealed the coffin on the fate of NC State’s hopes for a bowl game, and the 41-10 rout at the hands of UNC-Chapel Hill added insult to injury, as the Tar Heels qualified for a bowl with the win.

It’s conference championship week in the college football world, and we’ve got a lot of games with large spreads. Of the 10 FBS conference championship games, all 10 feature spreads of 6.5 or higher, and three are in the double digits. In addition, six of the 10 have totals between 54 and 57, so we should be in for a lot of points this weekend. Here are some of the more favorable lines.

Week 13 in the NFL brought some difficult opponents to the table for Russell Wilson, Philip Rivers and Jacoby Brissett, with each of these quarterbacks facing high stakes. Wilson needed a win over the Minnesota Vikings to claim the top spot in the NFC West, while Rivers and Brissett saw huge tests against division rivals that could make or break their postseason aspirations in the long run. Let’s take a look at how each of these quarterbacks performed and how other NC State alumni fared in the week as well.

In their sixth loss in a row and the final game of the season, the Wolfpack football team lost 41-10 against the UNC Tar Heels (6-6, 4-4 ACC). This loss brings its season record to 4-8 on the year, and only 1-7 in the conference.

The NC State Wolfpack (4-8, 1-7 ACC) fell to the UNC-Chapel Hill Tar Heels (6-6, 4-4 ACC) in the final game of the season in embarrassing 41-10 fashion. The team allowed 35 unanswered points in the second half after leading 10-6 at halftime, with 28 Tar Heels points coming in the third quarter alone.