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NC State absolutely dominated Duke in an ACC game on Wednesday night, and the home fans loved it.

The Wolfpack came up with an 88-66 win over the No. 6 Blue Devils to increase their chances of making the NCAA Tournament. As time was ticking down on the game, NC State fans were preparing to rush the court. When the game went final, they went crazy.

Take a look at the videos:

The Wolfpack went wire-to-wire against Duke, leading by 15 at the half and winning by 22. Markell Johnson had 28 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists, Devon Daniels added 25 points and 9 rebounds, and DJ Funderburk had 21 points and 9 rebounds.

NC State is now 17-9 and 8-7 in conference. They still have five games remaining, including a rematch at Duke and a home game against Florida State. If they go 3-2 over their final five regular season games, they should be set for the NCAA Tournament.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.



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2019 / 13 / Kansas State
UC Irvine
2019 / 12 / Wisconsin
Oregon
2019 / 11 / Iowa State
Ohio State
2018 / 16 / Virginia
University of Maryland Baltimore County
2018 / 13 / Wichita State
Marshall
2018 / 13 / Arizona
Buffalo
2018 / 11 / Miami (FL)
Loyola-Chicago
2018 / 11 / TCU
Syracuse
2017 / 12 / Minnesota
Middle Tennessee State
2017 / 11 / Creighton
Rhode Island
2017 / 11 / Maryland
Xavier
2017 / 11 / SMU
USC
2016 / 11 / Arizona
Wichita State
2016 / 11 / Texas
Northern Iowa
2016 / 11 / Seton Hall
Gonzaga
2016 / 12 / Purdue
Arkansas-Little Rock
2016 / 12 / Baylor
Yale
2016 / 13 / Cal
Hawaii
2016 - 14 - West Virginia
Stephen F. Austin
2016 - 15 - Michigan St.
Middle Tennessee State
2015 - 11 - SMU
UCLA
2015 - 11 - Providence
Dayton
2015 - 14 - Iowa
UAB
2015 - 14 - Baylor
Georgia State
2014 / 11 / UMass
Tennessee
2014 / 11 / Ohio St.
Dayton
2014 / 12 / VCU
Stephen F. Austin
2014 / 12 / Oklahoma
North Dakota State
2014 / 12 / Cincinnati
Harvard
2014 / 14 / Duke
Mercer
2013 / 12 / UNLV
California
2013 / 11 / UCLA
Minnesota
2013 / 12 / Oklahoma St.
Oregon
2013 / 12 / Wisconsin
Ole Miss
2013 / 13 / Kansas St.
LaSalle
2013 / 14 / New Mexico
Harvard
2013 / 15 / Georgetown
FGCU
2012 / 11 / San Diego St.
North Carolina State
2012 / 11 / UNLV
Colorado
2012 / 12 / Wichita St.
VCU
2012 / 12 / Temple
South Florida
2012 / 13 / Michigan
Ohio
2012 / 15 / Missouri
Norfolk State
2012 / 15 / Duke
Lehigh
2011 / 11 / Georgetown
VCU
2011 / 11 / Xavier
Marquette
2011 / 11 / St. John's
Gonzaga
2011 / 12 / Vanderbilt
Richmond
2011 / 13 / Louisville
Morehead State
2010 / 11 / Marquette
Washington
2010 / 11 / Notre Dame
Old Dominion
2010 / 12 / Temple
Cornell
2010 / 13 / Vanderbilt
Murray State
2010 / 14 / Georgetown
Ohio
2009 / 11 / West Virginia
Dayton
2009 / 12 / Florida St.
Wisconsin
2009 / 12 / Illinois
Western Kentucky
2009 / 12 / Utah
Arizona
2009 / 13 / Wake Forest
Cleveland State
2008 / 11 / USC
Kansas State
2008 / 12 / Drake
Western Kentucky
2008 / 12 / Clemson
Villanova
2008 / 13 / Vanderbilt
Siena
2008 / 13 / Connecticut
San Diego
2007 / 11 / Notre Dame
Winthrop
2007 / 11 / Duke
VCU
2006 / 11 / Oklahoma
UW-Milwaukee
2006 / 11 / Michigan St.
George Mason
2006 / 12 / Syracuse
Texas A&M
2006 / 12 / Nevada
Montana
2006 / 13 / Kansas
Bradley
2006 / 14 / Iowa
Northwestern State
2005 / 11 / LSU
University Alabama-Birmingham
2005 / 12 / Alabama
UW-Milwaukee
2005 / 13 / Syracuse
Vermont
2005 / 14 / Kansas
Bucknell
2004 / 12 / Providence
Pacific
2004 / 12 / Florida
Manhattan
2003 / 11 / Creighton
Central Michigan
2003 / 12 / Miss. St.
Butler
2003 / 13 / Dayton
Tulsa
2002 / 11 / Gonzaga
Wyoming
2002 / 11 / Texas Tech
Southern Illinois
2002 / 12 / Marquette
Tulsa
2002 / 12 / Miami (FL)
Missouri
2002 / 12 / Florida
Creighton
2002 / 13 / USC
UNC-Wilmington
2001 / 12 / Ohio St.
Utah State
2001 / 11 / Texas
Temple
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Georgia State
2001 / 12 / Virginia
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