#12 NC State will be wearing Black helmets, Red jerseys, and Red pants tomorrow night against UCONN. This specific uniform combination has never been worn by the Wolfpack in the Dave Doeren era (2013).
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The Wolfpack have never worn this exact uniform combination under Dave Doeren. They wore the inverse of this combo to start the 2021 season against South Florida, wearing Red helmets, Black jerseys, and Black pants.
In 2017 against UNC, NC State did wear Red jerseys and Red pants with a different color helmet, but it was White.
The closest thing to this weekends combo was the “Blood Moon” UNI combination they wore on November 20, 2020, against Florida State.
— NC State Football (@PackFootball) October 20, 2020
NC State vs. UCONN: SNAP REPORT
Below is a breakdown of who all played for NC State in their victory over UCONN this past Saturday, and how many snaps they played in.
Junior Quarterback Devin Leary – 73
Senior Tackle Timothy McKay – 64
Senior Guard Chandler Zavala – 64
Sophomore Guard Dylan McMahon – 63
Senior Center Grant Gibson – 62
Sophomore Tackle Anthony Belton – 48
Senior Guard Bryson Speas – 41
Junior Wide Receiver Keyon Lesane – 38
Senior Wide Receiver Darryl Jones – 37
Junior Guard Derrick Eason – 37
Junior Wide Receiver Devin Carter – 36
Senior Wide Receiver Thayer Thomas – 35
Sophomore Tight End Christopher Toudle – 33
Freshman Tight End Cedric Seabrough – 32
Sophomore Wide Receiver Porter Rooks – 28
Sophomore Wide Receiver Anthony Smith – 24
Sophomore Running Back Demarcus Jones – 22
Sophomore Running Back Delbert Mimms – 22
Sophomore Tight End Kam Walker – 21
Freshman Running Back Michael Allen – 19
Freshman Wide Receiver Julian Gray – 19
Freshman Wide Receiver Terrell Timmons Jr. – 18
Freshman Running Back Demie Sumo-Karngbaye – 16
Freshman Offensive Lineman Anthony Carter Jr. – 9
Freshman Center Lyndon Cooper – 8
Freshman Offensive Lineman Patrick Matan – 8
Senior Quarterback Jack Chambers – 8
Freshman Offensive Lineman Matt McCabe – 3
Freshman Offensive Lineman Sean Hill – 3
Freshman Wide Receiver Jalen Coit – 3
Freshman Running Back Devin Gardner – 2
Junior Wide Receiver Jasiah Provillon – 2
Freshman Tight End Fred Seabrough – 1
Senior Safety Cyrus Fagan – 30
Senior Safety Tanner Ingle – 25
Senior Cornerback Derrek Pitts Jr – 25
Sophomore Linebacker Devon Betty – 24
Junior Linebacker Drake Thomas – 24
Sophomore Cornerback Shyheim Battle – 23
Junior Linebacker Payton Wilson – 23
Freshman Safety Sean Brown – 22
Sophomore Defensive End Davin Vann – 22
Junior Safety Jakeen Harris – 21
Freshman Linebacker Caden Fordham – 20
Sophomore Nickel Devan Boykin – 20
Junior Cornerback Teshaun Smith – 20
Senior Nose Tackle Cory Durden – 20
Sophomore Defensive End Savion Jackson – 19
Sophomore Cornerback Aydan White – 18
Sophomore Defensive End C.J. Clark – 18
Senior Linebacker Isaiah Moore – 18
Freshman Linebacker Jayland Parker – 17
Junior Safety Rakeim Ashford – 17
Freshman Defensive End Travail Price – 16
Sophomore Nose Tackle Jakeen Harris – 14
Junior Linebacker Jaylon Scott – 10
Freshman Safety Jalen Frazier – 10
Freshman Defensive Lineman Nick Campbell – 9
Freshman Defensive Lineman Brandon Cleveland – 9
Freshman Defensive End Zyun Reeves – 9
Sophomore Nickel Joshua Pierre-Louis – 9
Sophomore Defensive End Jerome Williams – 3
Sophomore Defensive End Alec Neugent – 1
Sophomore Linebacker Jamie Shaw – 1
NC State is 1 of 21 Undefeated Teams in College Football Heading into Week 5
NC State improved to 4-o on Saturday, defeating UCONN 41-10. The Wolfpack are 1 of 21 teams remaining without a loss in College Football.
Undefeated Teams Through Week 4
#10 NC State is a 7-Point Underdog Against #5 Clemson
#10 NC State opens as a 7-point underdog in their Top-10 matchup against #5 Clemson this weekend on the road at 7:30pm on Saturday night. The game will be in the primetime slot on ABC, and ESPN’s College GameDay will be in Death Valley. This is the 1st Top-10 matchup in the history of the NC State football program.
The Total is set at 46.
- NC State is 2-2 Against the Spread this year, and Clemson is 1-3.
- The Total has gone Over in 2 games for each team, and Under for two as well.
- NC State is 3-2 Against the Spread in their last 5 games against Clemson.
- The Total has gone Over in 5 of the last 5 games between the two teams.
- The Wolfpack are 5-5 Against the Spread in their last 10 games against Clemson.
- The Total has gone Over in 5 of the last 10 matchups.
- Clemson has been favored in the last 15 matchups against NC State.
NC State Football’s History in the Top-10 of the AP Poll
Dave Doeren has led the NC State Football program to a place few teams have been in school history. This afternoon, the Week 5 AP Poll was released, and the Wolfpack find themselves ranked 10th in the nation. This is only 5th team in school history to be ranked in the Top-10, and the first to do so in 20 years.
2022 – 1 week at #10
2002 – 1 week at #10 in the Week 10 Poll.
1974 – 2 weeks in the Top-10. 8th in Week 4 Poll and 10th in the Week 6 Poll.
1967 – 6 weeks in the Top-10. 9th in Week 4, 5th in Week 5, 5th in Week 6, 4th in Week 7, 3rd in Week 8, 10th in Week 9.
1957 – 2 weeks in the Top-10. 10th in Week 6 and Week 7
In total, this is only the 12th Week since the creation of the AP Poll in 1936, that NC State has been ranked in the Top-10.
The #10 NC State will face the 5th ranked Clemson Tigers next Saturday night will be the Wolfpack’s first Top-10 matchup in the history of the program.