Big win and an impressive response after the letdown last week. State is now 5-1 (2-1) and still controls its own destiny in the division.
Unlike last week, State took advantage of an early 10-0 lead and never let up, executing a solid gameplan that exploited BC’s focus on the run and they played a complete game on both sides of the ball and also on special teams. The Wolfpack racked up 422 yards in total offense, mainly through the air (347 yards). Russell Wilson completed 38-of-51 passes for 328 yards and three TDs (nevermind the two forced passes for interceptions), one each to Owen Spencer, Jarvis Williams, and Darrell Davis. Dontae Johnson blocked a punt and D.J. Green recovered for a touchdown on BC’s opening drive, and C.J. Wilson returned an interception 28 yards for a TD.
This was a well-coached and well-executed game.
More to follow…