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NC State Football is an Early 20-Point Favorite Over ECU in Season Opener

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We are still 2.5 months away from opening day of the 2019 NC State Football season, but that hasn’t stopped Vegas from creating extremely early betting lines.

According to OddShark, the Wolfpack are early 20-point favorites over the East Carolina Pirates for the season opener in Carter-Finley Stadium on August 31st at Noon.

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North Carolina State are 3-6 Against the Spread in their last 9 games.

North Carolina State are 11-4 Straight Up in their last 15 games.

North Carolina State are 7-1 Straight Up in their last 8 games at home.

North Carolina State are 5-1 Straight Up in their last 6 games against an opponent in the American Athletic Conference conference.

The total has gone UNDER in 4 of North Carolina State’s last 6 games played in August.

North Carolina State are 3-9 Against the Spread in their last 12 games played in Week 1.

The total has gone UNDER in 12 of North Carolina State’s last 18 games played on a Saturday.

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East Carolina are 2-7 Against the Spread in their last 9 games.

East Carolina are 1-7 Straight Up in their last 8 games.

East Carolina are 0-8 Straight Up in their last 8 games on the road.

The total has gone OVER in 6 of East Carolina’s last 7 games against an opponent in the Atlantic Coast conference.

The total has gone OVER in 6 of East Carolina’s last 8 games played in week 1.

East Carolina are 1-6 Straight Up in their last 7 games played on a Saturday.

East Carolina are 1-6 Against the Spread in their last 7 games when playing as the underdog.

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NC State’s Chris Ingram Cited for Discharging a Weapon Within City Limits

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NC State Junior Cornerback Chris Ingram was cited earlier this week for discharging a weapon within city limits, when his rifle accidentally fired in his apartment on Sunday night.

Fortunately the apartment next door was unoccupied, because the bullet did go through the wall.

As you can see in the video below, the rifle was no pellet gun.

Ingram only played in 6 games in 2019, suffering a season ending injury, but has been a starter the past two seasons.

NC State’s football program hasn’t responded to this incident.

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NC State Linebacker Payton Wilson Arrested Early this Morning

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NC State Redshirt Freshman Linebacker Payton Wilson was arrested early this morning around 2am for possession of a fake ID, injury to personal property, and resisting a police officer.

Apparently this took place at 500 Glenwood Ave., which would either be Carolina Ale House or Vidrio.

NC State’s football program has yet to respond to the situation.

Wilson led the Wolfpack in tackles in his first year (69), becoming the first Freshman to do so since Jesse Campbell did so in 1988.

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Former NC State All-American Vaughan Johnson Passes Away at 57

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Vaughan Johnson, one of the best players to ever play the Linebacker position at NC State, sadly passed away on Thursday at the age of 57.

Johnson is 1 of 24 Wolfpack players in school history to earn 1st Team All-American honors (1983).

The native of Morehead City, North Carolina, played in Raleigh from 1980-83, starting his final two years, leading NC State in tackles as a Junior (167) and as a Senior (144).

The 6’3″, 230 pound linebacker was a scary sight for offensive players.

Johnson’s 384 career tackles rank 6th all-time in school history, and his 167 tackles in 1982 are tied for the 4th most in a single-season.

He went on to be one of the best NFL players in NC State history, earning a trip to the Pro Bowl in 4 consecutive seasons from 1989-92 with the New Orleans Saints. Johnson earned 2nd Team All-Pro honors in 1989.

Vaughan’s 669 career tackles in the NFL rank 4th by a former Wolfpacker.

He was inducted to the Saints Hall of Fame in 2000.

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NC State Football Finishes Ranked 78th in Final 2019 PFF Rankings

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ProFootballFocus has released their final team rankings for the 2019 football season, and NC State ended the year ranked 78th.

NC State finished ranked 2nd to last in the ACC according to ProFootballFocus’ rankings.

ACC Teams in Final 2019 PFF Rankings 

1) Clemson
28) Virginia
30) Virginia Tech
31) Pittsburgh
39) Florida State
42) Wake Forest
43) Miami
46) UNC
47) Boston College
53) Louisville
55) Syracuse
63) Duke
78) NC State
100) Georgia Tech

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