Belk Bowl, 2011: N.C. State Opens Up 21-10 Halftime Lead Over Louisville

After finishing the first quarter tied, the N.C. State Wolfpack have started to run away from the Louisville Cardinals in the second half of the Belk Bowl, and the score at the break is 21-10, with the Wolfpack on top. Quarterback Mike Glennon has been the best player on the field, throwing for three touchdowns already, throwing a good deep ball and throwing it accurately. His line reads like a good full game: 14/19, 215 yards, three touchdowns and an interception.

He's found his top receiver, T.J. Graham all over the field. Graham hauled in two of the three scores, including a 67-yarder with less than two minutes in the half. He's got four catches for 94 yards so far.

For the Cardinals, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has been feast or famine. He had a stunning touchdown run for their first points, but outside of that and a few thrilling moments, he's been pretty average. He threw an interception, which led to the Wolfpack's first touchdown, and is 10/18 with 144 yards. Running back Dominique Brown has six carries for 45 yards.

For more college football, stay tuned to SB Nation's college football news coverage. And visit our many college football blogs. For more on the NC State Wolfpack visit SB Nation'sNC State blog On Backing The Pack. For more on the Louisville Cardinals visit SB Nation's Louisville blog Cards Chronicle.

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