N.C. State's defense intercepted four passes and held the offense to 11-for-29 passing for 88 yards and one touchdown on Tuesday night in the Wolfpack's third preseason scrimmage.
The defense added eight tackles for loss and four quarterback sacks while the offense rushed for 122 yards on 36 carries. In the situational scrimmage, the offense worked situations when it was ahead by seven points, trailing by seven points and in a tie game with various times on the clock and timeouts remaining.
Coach Tom O'Brien did not release individual statistics.
"There was a lot of enthusiasm out there tonight," O'Brien said in a news release issued by the school's sports information department. "It was a good scrimmage from the standpoint of giving us many teachable moments."
The team will not practice Wednesday on the opening day of classes, and will return to the field Thursday morning as the Wolfpack begins its new morning practice schedule.