– N.C. State beat Virginia 24-21, thanks to a second-chance field goal by Brayden Narveson as time expired.

– Virginia had a chance to win the game at the end, but was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct after tying the score at 21-21 with 36 seconds left.

– N.C. State quarterback Brennan Armstrong, who transferred from Virginia after last season, threw for 180 yards and two touchdowns in the win.

– Virginia freshman quarterback Anthony Colandrea started his third straight game in place of injured starter Tony Muskett, and had his moments, including an 11-yard run and completions of 19, 10 and 12 yards on the tying drive.

– Virginia squandered two good scoring chances, including a 1st-and-goal from the four after Colandrea's 59-yard connection with Washington.

– N.C. State's Dexter Mimms III had a 1-yard run 28 seconds before halftime to give the Wolfpack a 14-7 lead.

– The Cavaliers drew even at 7-all on their next possession, driving 75 yards in nine plays. Colandrea finished it with some nifty footwork to escape pressure, then found Washington in the back of the end zone on 3rd-and-goal from the 8.

– N.C. State's Armstrong and Concepcion connected on a 30-yard pass on a 3rd-and-14 play in the fourth quarter, and Armstrong later ran 13 yards to the Virginia 1 to help set up the Wolfpack's go-ahead touchdown.

– Virginia reached 100 rushing yards for the first time in four games, finishing with 113 yards on 41 attempts.

– Virginia's Washington became just the third Cavaliers receiver with three consecutive 100-yard games. – N.C. State plays at home next Friday night against Louisville. – Virginia plays at Boston College next Saturday.