MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia (2-1) bounced back in a big way, beating N.C. State (2-1) 44-27 on Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium.FOURTH QUARTERWVU TOUCHDOWN, 3:04 4th quarter, 44-27 West Virginia: Leddie Brown powers his way into the end zone to put the Mountaineers up thee possessions late in the final quarter. WVU TOUCHDOWN, 12:24 4th quarter, 38-27 West Virginia: Austin Kendall hits true freshman Ali Jennings on a slant in the end zone to put the Mountaineers back up double-digits. THIRD QUARTERN.C. STATE FIELD GOAL, 0:10 3rd quarter, 31-27 West Virginia: After Drake Thomas gets an interception for N.C. State, the Wolfpack go 3-and-out but get a field to pull within four of West Virginia. N.C. STATE FIELD GOAL, 2:14 third quarter, 31-24 West Virginia: Wolfpack kicker Christopher Dunn hits a 41-yard kick to pull N.C. State with a touchdown.WVU TOUCHDOWN, 6:24 3rd quarter, 31-21 West Virginia: After a blocked punt by Logan Thimons, Kennedy McKoy scores his second touchdown of the day to give the Mountaineers a 10-point lead at 31-21. WVU FIELD GOAL, 10:42 3rd quarter, 24-21 West Virginia: Evan Staley boots a 23-yard kick to give the Mountaineers the lead again. The drive started from WVU’s own 5-yard line. SECOND QUARTERWVU TOUCHDOWN, 0:34 2nd quarter, 21-21: The Mountaineers score a critical touchdown on a 75-yard drive, topped off with a 13-yard touchdown catch to George Campbell from Austin Kendall. N.C. STATE TOUCHDOWN, 3:13 2nd quarter, 21-14 N.C. State: On a trick play, Thayer Thomas throws an 18-yard touchdown pass to Cary Angeline to take a late first half lead. N.C. STATE TOUCHDOWN, 12:11 2nd quarter, 14-14: The Wolfpack capped off an 80-yard with a 1-yard Jordan Houston touchdown run. FIRST QUARTERWVU TOUCHDOWN, 3:54 1st quarter, 14-7 West Virginia: Kennedy McKoy easily had his longest run of the year with 23-yard scamper to put the Mountaineers back on top. N.C. STATE TOUCHDOWN, 4:49 1st quarter, 7-7: In a drive that saw WVU safety Josh Norwood get ejected for targeting, the Wolfpack answered with an 8-yard touchdown pass from Matthew McKay to Thayer Thomas. WVU TOUCHDOWN, 9:06 1st quarter, 7-0 West Virginia: After WVU forced a missed field goal, the Mountaineers drove down the field and capped a 56-yard drive with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Austin Kendall to Sam James.West Virginia is looking to bounce back from a blowout loss to Missouri last week when it takes on N.C. State (2-0) at noon Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium.The Mountaineers (1-1) face the Wolfpack in a final out of conference game before Big 12 play starts next week.
2020 H.S. football season shortened by one week
Governor Jim Justice & Bernie Dolan of the WVSSAC announced plans Friday afternoon.
July 10, 2020 - 1:21 pm