Brandon Pittman

N.C. State Wolfpack #39 - Linebacker

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 236
  • Seasons: SR

What NC State needs to be an ACC dark horse

NC State took a healthy step forward in 2014 and boasts serious threats in both the offensive and defensive backfields, but trench play could make this more of a water-treading season for Dave...

ACC Football 2014 Position Rankings: Linebackers

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We know Syracuse's linebackers should be solid this year. But what about the rest of the ACC's?

Opponent Preview 2014: N.C. State Wolfpack

They struggled mightily last season will this trend continue this year?

Opponent Preview - NC State

Our final opponent preview is a team much different than the last time we faced off.

Depth Chart Festooned with Freshpeople

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It's probably just because they're that damn good. I'm not worried at all.

Byrd, Salahuddin Impress

Pack's defense taking shape.

Well Dowdy Doody

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Rising senior linebacker transfers to Tennessee NAIA program.

Key Those Dang Keys

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The Citadel's option offense has been a monster in FCS play so far this season. How will NC State handle it?

THUMBS - I HAS THEM: Game 3, Salabamer versus Wulfpax

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Hey there guys, it's the middle of Week 4 and I can already hear the thunderous clamoring of State fans ready to behead Tom O'Brien should the unthinkable occur this weekend against The Citadel. I...

Tennessee Uses the Big Play to End Its Georgia Dome Misery in Romp over N. C. State

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Behind 4 plays of 40+ yards, Tennessee ran up over 500 yards of total offense in Friday night's season-opening 35-21 win over N. C. State. Tyler Bray spearheaded the attack, throwing for 332 yards...

Depth Chart Formally Released - Creecy to start

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The official depth chart for this week is out- and Tony Creecy has the starting tailback job, among other interesting notes. The final questions have been answered and everybody's been penciled in...

2012 N.C. State Football Preview: Risk, Reward And Gallstones

It's hard for me to see the Wolfpack making any sort of charge toward the Atlantic title, but with David Amerson, Glennon, and company, they should be just good enough to keep Tom O'Brien employed...