13 points, 14 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 blocks in the complete dismantling of NC State.
Source: Inside Carolina
Analysis to come…
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I was at the game, and the Wolfpack had the look of a team that needed to be politely reminded that the season has begun.
Where was Will Graves? I don’t think he was on the “bench” so obviously he didn’t get into the game.
And then there were three…. Down goes Vandy, Down goes WSU, Down goes Kansas?
Apparently Graves is sick. Missed the last two practices.
State ran Sendek out of town and now he is kicking ass at ASU and I am laughing my ass off….
that’s just cruel-I bet you like pulling heads off frogs too….ROFL!
btw–which player said at the beginning of the season they would only lose __ # of games? or something to that effect…stfu & stfd!
Gavin Grant said it.
you watching the fb game? Garrard just made a helluva throw-that’s likely it for J’ville
You mean the one the receiver dropped over the middle near the goal line? Tough break there.
52BigGameJames — here’s part of what Grant said:
“With the incoming freshmen we have coming in here and what we have coming back, I don’t see us losing any more than four games this year,” Grant began. “Honestly. If we stay healthy, I think we have the talent to be a Final Four team and contend for a national championship.”
Pausing briefly to take a breath that surely will fan the flames, Grant continued.
“I’m not just saying that because I’m here,” he said. “Looking at the talent we have, I firmly believe that we can play with anyone in the country. There’s no team in the country that can beat us. We can only beat ourselves.”
Here’s the link to what Grant said:
thanks for that Wayne-if Syd is looking for answers, I might start there.
These guys are delusional.
Several of the Wolfpack players said they were surprised that they lost so badly to Carolina, since they had won seven straight and seemed to be “rolling.” Their previous wins, one of which was a squeaker, had been over two teams with a combined record of 3-39.
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