RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- North Carolina State hosts Pittsburgh on Saturday in the Wolfpack's final nonconference game.
The Wolfpack (2-1) struggled offensively in its 7-3 season-opening loss to South Carolina, but has followed that with consecutive easy wins against Football Championship Subdivision teams Murray State and Gardner-Webb. Now N.C. State will find out if those games helped fix its offensive woes against the Panthers of the Big East before heading into Atlantic Coast Conference play.
The Wolfpack has scored 110 points in the past two games.
Pitt is 3-0 for the first time since 2000 after easy wins against Youngstown State, Buffalo and Navy. The Panthers have won seven of their past eight road games.