Wolfpack football suffered its first ACC loss of the season against a Miami team that was outperforming all expectations. The 31-30 loss will undoubtedly leave a bad taste in the mouth of the Pack, but the team’s destiny remains in its own hands.
Murphy’s law was in full effect for Wolfpack football, dropping a critical matchup against the Miami Hurricanes in a 31-30 fashion. Despite the incredibly close score line, it was Miami’s game to lose with the Pack running out of luck on both sides of the ball.
Midway through the football season, beat writer Jaylan Harrington is joined by to discuss the start of NC State's season, the Boston College and Miami games, expectations going forward and more.
After a statement win in BC, the Wolfpack is headed to the other end of the east coast for a showdown with the underperforming Miami Hurricanes.
Week 6’s games saw a mixed bag of performances from the NFL Pack Pros, with the offensive players especially struggling.
The big plays finally started hitting for NC State, whose offense tore apart an undermatched Boston College defense leading way to a final scoreline of 33-7.
NC State’s defense was a crucial contributor to its success against Boston College, keeping the Eagles offense at bay and allowing for Devin Leary and company to be on the field as much as possible.
The No. 18 NC State football team refused to stumble in a 33-7 win over Boston College, but a statistically easy schedule over the next few weeks provides more opportunities for the Pack to slip up.
NC State football dominated Boston College 33-7 on the road in a statement win.