NC State Rallies to Beat Georgia Southern, Duke and UNC Roll to Big Victories, WCU Falls to USF, UGA Dominates Clemson, Beer City Cup Thrives in Asheville (8-30-14)

Updated: Sunday, August 31 2014, 01:38 AM EDT
NC State Rallies to Beat Georgia Southern, Duke and UNC Roll to Big Victories, WCU Falls to USF, UGA Dominates Clemson, Beer City Cup Thrives in Asheville (8-30-14) story image
NC State quarterback, Jacoby Brissett leads the Wolfpack to a 24-23 victory against Georgia Southern.  Brissett threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns.  All three of Brissett's touchdowns happened in the second half.  Brissett connected with Matt Dayes with 1:37 left in the game for the go ahead touchdown. 

The UNC Tar Heels beat Liberty 56-29.  Carolina QB Marquise Williams accounts for four touchdowns in the game to lead the Heels to the victory.  UNC scores four touchdowns in less than four minutes in the third quarter. 

Duke beats Elon 52-13.  Blue Devils QB Anthony Boone has 247 yards passing to go along with four touchdowns. 

Western Carolina University falls to USF 36-31.  Catamounts QB, Troy Mitchell racks up 374 yards and three touchdowns, but it was not enough offense for Western to come back to win the game. 

Todd Gurley sets a Georgia school record with 293 all-purpose yards as Georgia dominates Clemson 45-21.

Only five years old and already one of Asheville's signature soccer tournaments, the Beer City Cup kicked off this weekend with 76 teams from eight different states competing.  The John B. Lewis Soccer Complex has been buzzing all weekend the the fast-paced action.  NC State Rallies to Beat Georgia Southern, Duke and UNC Roll to Big Victories, WCU Falls to USF, UGA Dominates Clemson, Beer City Cup Thrives in Asheville (8-30-14)
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