Once again, it took State a while to get going. But after trailing 21-18 at the half, State put up 28 second-half points and in the end, made enough defensive stops to move to 2-0.
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Moving on to NC State, who also needed late-game magic to overcome Old Dominion Saturday, 46-34, Logan said that through two weeks, it is evident that head coach Dave Doeren is instilling in the team a will to win.
Logan also lauded the balanced Wolfpack attack that ended the game with 242 rushing yards and 253 passing yards. “That will really start to matter as they go through the schedule,” he said.
Logan also noted that Jacoby Brissett is getting comfortable quickly in the NC State offense. “Last week it looked like he hadn’t played a game in two years. From the second half last week through Saturday, you could progressively see him getting better.”
Next up, State travels to Tampa to play South Florida (1-1) Saturday at 3:30.