We take a closer look at how William & Mary scored the Tribe's first touchdown in this edition of Pack Pride's Film Session.

All season we plan on breaking down various plays from each NC State football game, and helping us with the Pack Pride Film Session will be local high school coach James Johnson.

Johnson is currently in his second year at West Montgomery (NC) High School where he is the offensive line coach and run game coordinator.  Previously he spent two seasons as head coach at West Stanly (NC) High School where he coached NC State junior defensive tackle B.J. Hill.  Johnson also was on the staff at Richmond Senior (NC) High School for ten years, including five seasons as defensive coordinator, prior to taking over at West Stanly.  

Johnson coached NC State redshirt junior Dakwa Nichols while at Richmond Senior.


In this edition, we look at William & Mary's score on the opening drive of the game.  Tribe wide receiver DeVonte Dedmon worked his way free along the sideline for the score with NC State junior cornerback Mike Stevens in coverage.  

Did Stevens have help?  What could he have done differently?  Here is a closer look at the play and how it could have been potentially prevented.

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