The Virginia Tech Hokies were held on Saturday by No. 23 NC State with 47 points – and won with 23 points.
Host Wolfpack scored the least points in the 47-era shock-clock era against the number 12 Hokies after shooting 16.7 percent out of the field – according to ESPN Stats & Information Research
"The lowest field goal percentage of wolf packs in school history" basket with 5 minutes, 40 seconds left in the first half, which reduced Virginia Tech's lead to two points in an astonishing way. C.J. Bryce brought the Wolfpack to 19 points, with 18:35 still in the game, but they scored for almost 12 minutes no further goal. The Wolfpack made three shots in the second half.
After scoring no less than 1
From a historical perspective, the Wolfpack scored its least points since joining the ACC, which was founded before 1953-54 season. The previous low for NC State was a 12-point attempt against Duke in the ACC tournament of 1968 – in a game that won the Wolfpack.
NC State was on the verge of scoring the fewest points in the shot-clock era of any team. In 2008, George Washington scored only 20 goals in a 2008 game against Saint Louis, according to George ESPN's Stats and Information Research.