Amato: 'Give them credit for running it down our throats'
Sun Nov 19, 2006
After a physical game at Clemson last weekend, N.C. State didn't do much hitting in practice this week to prevent unnecessary bumps and bruises. Unfortunately for the Wolfpack, its hands-off policy carried over to the first quarter of Saturday's game against North Carolina. The Tar Heels dominated the line of scrimmage, and whenever there wasn't a hole for running back Ronnie McGill, the senior made things happen on his own, racking up 85 yards in the first 15 minutes.
| Ronnie McGill
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