Raleigh, NC (AP) - Russell Wilson threw a fourth-down
touchdown pass to George Bryan with 2:40 left to help North
Carolina State rally from a big halftime deficit and beat No. 16
Florida State 28-24 on Thursday night.
Wilson also ran for three scores for the Wolfpack (6-2, 3-1
Atlantic Coast Conference), who trailed 21-7 at the break before
ending a three-game losing streak to the Seminoles (6-2, 4-1). With
the win, N.C. State surpassed its victory total for last season
while earning a key victory in a matchup of Atlantic Division
Trailing 24-21, the Wolfpack drove to the FSU 1-yard line but
failed on three attempts to get into the end zone before Wilson
found Bryan after a play-action fake for an easy score.
Florida State drove to the N.C. State 4 in the final minute, but
Ponder fumbled on what appeared to be a play-action fake and Nate
Irving pounced on the ball with 48 seconds left to seal the win.
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