Wolfpack Holds Situational Scrimmage

Raleigh, NC - NC State's football squad held a situational scrimmage on Tuesday evening in Carter-Finley Stadium.

In different segments, the offense was up seven, down seven and tied with various times on the clock and available timeouts.

Tom O'Brien did not release any individual statistics after the workout, but as a team the offense rushed 36 times for 122 yards, and completed 11-of-29 passes for 88 yards and one touchdown.

The defense picked off four passes during the drills, tallied eight tackles for loss and four sacks.

"There was a lot of enthusiasm out there tonight," said O'Brien following the workout. "It was a good scrimmage from the standpoint of giving us many teachable moments. We will use tonight's film to learn from and get better."

The team will not practice tomorrow as classes start at NC State. The team will be back on the field on Thursday morning, as the Wolfpack begins its new morning practice schedule.

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