Web Run: Brown to Start against Florida State

Freshman tailback Andre Brown, fresh off his 248-yard rushing performance against Southern Mississippi, will get the first start of his collegiate career this Saturday when NC State travels to play Florida State in Tallahassee, Fla.

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"I could be wrong, but it looked like the DB's were shocked by the way he pulled away from them." - Chuck Amato on Andre Brown's performance against Southern Mississippi



Brown to Start against Florida State
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Freshman tailback Andre Brown, fresh off his 248-yard rushing performance against Southern Mississippi, will get the first start of his collegiate career this Saturday when NC State travels to play Florida State in Tallahassee, Fla. The freshman from Greenville, N.C., had the second-biggest rushing day in school history Saturday afternoon at Carter-Finley Stadium, just three yards away from Ted Brown's long-standing mark of 251, which Brown set in 1977 against Penn State. Read More

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Andrew Jones * Star-News
State offense: State fans wanted Marcus Stone and they got him. Problem is, he didn't appear any better than Jay Davis. He completed only 10 of 26 passes for 128 yards and is 16-42 going back to last week's loss at Wake Forest. Stone eventually found a semblance of a groove and was pretty solid in the second half, but his performance did nothing to separate himself from Davis. State ran the ball exceptionally well once Andre Brown was inserted into the lineup in the second quarter. He then proceeded to rush for the second most yards (248) in school history. One must ask the question: Why was he so far down on the depth chart? State defenders like Oliver Hoyte and Mario Williams said Brown runs like he did Saturday in practice all of the time. They weren't surprised. Hmmmm. The offense turned over the ball three times in the first 18 minutes (plus a fumbled punt) and put the defense into many binds. State ran 70 of its 80 plays in the final three quarters and dominated time of possession after the first period. If not for Brown, the outcome would have likely been different. Grade: B-. Read More



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