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Player Game Finder Query Results

Output includes all regular season games from 2000 to 2023 and all bowl games from 2002 to 2023.
(Read more about our data coverage.)

Current search:
In a single season, from 2000 to 2023, school member of Atlantic Coast Conference, playing for North Carolina State, requiring Total Tackles >= 100 and Interceptions >= 2, sorted by descending Passing Touchdowns

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Query Results

Query Results Table
Passing Tackles Def Int
Rk Player Year Class School G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rate Solo Ast Tot Loss Sk Int Yds TD PD
1Brandan Bishop2012SRNorth Carolina State130000071321033.00.0314010
2Josh Jones2016JRNorth Carolina State130000062471094.01.033408
3Drake Thomas2021SONorth Carolina State1200000485210013.56.033812
4Payton Wilson2020SONorth Carolina State1000000575110811.53.52301
5Payton Wilson2023SRNorth Carolina State1200000696913817.56.031916
6Earl Wolff2011JRNorth Carolina State130000059461053.00.035306
7Earl Wolff2012SRNorth Carolina State130000075441194.00.023509
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