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2017 Schedule
8-4, 2nd in ACC - Atlantic
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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

NC State defensive end Bradley Chubb won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy as the nation's top defensive player. It capped a remarkable journey for a player who arrived at school as a linebacker and developed into the best pass rusher in the nation.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Expect a new contract for Dave Doeren at NC State to be finalized very soon, possibly by the end of the day.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

NC State coach Dave Doeren told me via text why he is staying put: "My family, my players, my recruits." The Wolfpack just finished their best regular season under Doeren, and posted their best ACC mark since 1994.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Dave Doeren will remain at NC State, according to a source. Doeren spoke with Tennessee officials on Wednesday about their vacancy but will remain in Raleigh, where he is expected to receive a new contract.

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16dChris Low

Sources: Vols' focus shifts to NC St.'s Doeren

After a deal could not be reached with Purdue's Jeff Brohm, Tennessee's head-coaching search shifts to NC State's Dave Doeren, and sources told ESPN's Chris Low that the sides are scheduled to discuss the job.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson won the ACC Offensive Player of the Year vote in a landslide. He received 57 votes; Kelly Bryant and Jaylen Samuels each got one. The margin was nearly as big for ACC Player of the Year. Jackson got 51 votes, while Bradley Chubb got six, Clelin Farrell got one, and Christian Wilkins got one.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson has repeated as ACC Offensive and Overall Player of the Year, the first player to win consecutive awards since Florida State's Charlie Ward in 1992 and 1993. NC State's Bradley Chubb was selected ACC Defensive Player of the Year.

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Auburn, Wisconsin debut in CFP; Clemson first

Defending champion Clemson is back at No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings ahead of Oklahoma at No. 3 and CFP newcomers Auburn (No. 2) and Wisconsin (No. 4).

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NC State seals with win interception (0:42)
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NC State widens lead with Samuels TD (0:23)
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NC State capitalizes with 48-yard TD run (0:29)
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Moore makes amazing diving catch for INT (0:37)
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Wolfpack takes lead with big TD run (0:32)

Team Stats

Passing Yards271.8
Rushing Yards177.4
Points For30.6
Points Against24.849th