N.C. State blocked a season-best 11 shots in Tuesday's 88-79 win over Stanford and has blocked 25 shots in the past three games.
Scott Wood, 7-footer Jordan Vandenberg, C.J. Leslie and T.J. Warren tied for the team lead with two blocks.
"I'm a blocked shot machine, dude, don't bring it in my house," Wood joked after the game.
— Stanford finished the game with six free throws and two in the second half. The Cardinal had 34 last year, despite trailing for most of the second half. The difference? An ACC crew called the game last year in California and a Pac-12 crew called Tuesday's game.
Or, as Lorenzo Brown theorized: "I guess Richard (Howell) didn't foul them as much."
— Brown equaled his career-high with 24 points. He had three 20-point games last year, including 24 against Campbell, and now has five in his career.
"That's the best game he has had this year," N.C. State coach Mark Gottfried said of the junior point guard.