The North Carolina State vs Notre Dame match will be tipping off at 7:30 PM EST later today evening. The game will be happening at the Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana.
Date and Time: October 28th, 2017 7:30 PM EST
Venue: Notre Dame Stadium
TV: NBC (US Regional)
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This is a game between two ranked opponents. The North Carolina State Wolfpack is #14 with a score of 6-1 so far. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are #9 with the same score in their 2017-18 college football season as well. The Fighting Irish have a good chance of winning this one because of better stats and players.
The North Carolina State Wolfpack has an amazing performance to show for this season. Their stats are not bad at all. However, they just don’t match up the way we would expect for a winning team to do against the Fighting Irish.
In passing yards and receiving yards, the Wolfpack is actually statistically better than the Fighting Irish. NC State has also defeated powerful opponents like the #12 Florida State Seminoles (27-21) and the #17 Louisville Cardinals (39-25). However, their games are just not as powerful and effective as those of the Notre Dame team. Still, we’ll see.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are beating tough challengers with hard work and impressive plays. They are moving up the ladder with considerable charm. The North Carolina State Wolfpack is their next foe and they will be looking forward to continuing their winning spree by beating the Wolfpack.
The Fighting Irish have recently beaten #11 USC Trojans 49-14. All their other games have also been victories with a huge margin. They won against the Temple Owls 49-16 in their season opener. Their second game was a 20-19 loss at the hands of the #15 Georgia Bulldogs. However, after that, it has been a winning streak with a comfortable win. 49-20 against the Boston College Eagles, 38-18 against the Michigan State Spartans, 52-17 against the Miami (OH) Redhawks, and 33-10 against the North Carolina Tar Heels, before finally beating the Trojans.