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A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

  • Parking Lot Light Installation
  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Electrical Grounding for Businesses
  • Generator and Motor Insulation Resistance Analysis
  • Electrical Troubleshooting for Businesses
  • Ongoing Maintenance Plans for Vital Electrical Equipment
  • Transformer Installation
  • Circuit Testing for Businesses
  • Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Wiring for New Businesses
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Much More

A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Circuit Breakers

Your businesses' electrical system will trip when it has too much electricity running through it. These problems are very common in commercial properties and usually stem from one of three culprits: circuit overloads, short circuits, and ground fault surges. Obviously, when your circuits are tripped regularly, your business operations suffer. To help solve your circuit breaker problems, our commercial electricians will come to your location for in-depth troubleshooting. Once we discover the root cause, we'll get to work on repairing your circuit breaker, so you can continue working and serving your customers.

Flickering Lights

Flickering Lights

Like tripped circuit breakers, dimming or flickering lights are among the most common commercial electrical problems in South Carolina. These issues typically stem from poor electrical connections. These poor connections will usually cause sparks, which can start fires and wreak havoc on your commercial building. While dimming lights might seem minor, if you leave this problem to fester, you could be looking at permanent damage to your businesses' electrical systems. Given the danger involved in fixing this problem, it's important that you work with a licensed business electrician like Engineered Electrical Solutions as soon as you're able to.

Dead Power Outlets

Dead Power Outlets

Dead power outlets aren't always dangerous, unlike other recurring commercial electrical issues. They are, however, disruptive to your company's productivity. Dead outlets are common in older commercial buildings and are often caused by circuit overloads. Connecting multiple high-wattage devices and appliances to the same power socket can cause overheating. When the power outlet overheats, it can lead to tripped circuit breakers. In some cases, the live wire catches fire and burns until it is disconnected. For a reliable solution using high-quality switches, sockets, and circuit breakers, it's best to hire a professional business electrician to get the job done right.

Residential Electrician vs. Commercial Electrician in Monroe:
What's the Difference?

Finding a real-deal, qualified commercial electrician in South Carolina is harder than you might think. Whether it's due to availability or budget, you might be tempted to hire a residential electrician for your commercial electrical problem. While it's true that great residential electricians can help solve commercial issues in theory, it's always best to hire a business electrician with professional experience.

Unlike their residential colleagues, commercial electricians are licensed to deal with different materials and procedures suited specifically for businesses. Commercial wiring is much more complex than residential, and is strategically installed with maintenance, repair, and changes in mind. Additionally, commercial properties usually use a three-phase power supply, necessitating more schooling, skills, and technical ability to service.

The bottom line? If you're a business owner with commercial electricity problems, it's best to work with a licensed commercial electrician, like you will find at Engineered Electrical Solutions.

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Shields Painting has been in the business since 1968. In a world where so much has changed, we are proud to uphold the ideals that make us successful: hard, honest work, getting the job done right, and excellent customer service. Providing you with trustworthy, quality work will always take priority over rushing through a project to serve the next customer. That is just not the way we choose to do business.

As professionals dedicated to perfection, we strive to provide a unique painting experience for every customer - one that focuses on their needs and desires instead of our own. Whether you need residential painting for your home or commercial painting for your business, we encourage you to reach out today to speak with our customer service team. Whether you have big ideas about a new paint project or need our expertise and guidance, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

We want to be sure every one of our customers is satisfied, which is why we offer a three-year guaranteed on our labor. If you're in need of an electrician for your home or business, give our office a call and discover the Engineered Electrical Solutions difference.

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Pardoned turkeys find a home at NC State

Each year, one lucky turkey is chosen to be pardoned by the president of the United States, meaning they will be far from the table on Thanksgiving. This past Thanksgiving season’s pardoned turkey, Chocolate, and his wingman, Chip, were chosen to be kept at NC State’s Talley Turkey Education Unit after their grand ceremony.Peter Ferket, interim head of NC State’s Prestage Department of Poultry Science, said presenting a turkey to the president has been tradition since the 1940s but originated with the president and h...

Each year, one lucky turkey is chosen to be pardoned by the president of the United States, meaning they will be far from the table on Thanksgiving. This past Thanksgiving season’s pardoned turkey, Chocolate, and his wingman, Chip, were chosen to be kept at NC State’s Talley Turkey Education Unit after their grand ceremony.

Peter Ferket, interim head of NC State’s Prestage Department of Poultry Science, said presenting a turkey to the president has been tradition since the 1940s but originated with the president and his family eating the selected turkey. It was not until the presidency of George W. Bush that the selected turkey was spared from Thanksgiving feasts.

Ferket said choosing the pardoned turkey is typically the last act of the sitting National Turkey Federation president, in which the president always chooses a turkey from their own state and sometimes from their own farm. This past year’s president, Ronnie Parker of Circle S Ranch in Monroe, North Carolina, chose turkeys Chocolate and Chip to be presented to the president.

According to Ferket, the process to select the pardoned turkeys is very thorough. Ferket said Circle S Ranch hatched around 30 eggs and specifically trained these birds to be handled, walked and stand on tables so they would behave accordingly during the ceremony, with the two best-behaved turkeys presented to the president. It is customary to bring a second turkey along the trip in case something were to happen to the primary turkey.

Jesse Grimes, Prestage Department of Poultry Science extension leader and turkey Specialist, accompanied Parker and the turkeys on their trip to the capital, where he said the turkeys traveled to Washington in a minivan and stayed in their own hotel room, which they were led to by red carpet.

Historically, pardoned turkeys were given to preserves just out of Washington and local colleges, such as Virginia Tech, whose mascot happens to be a turkey. In the last few years, tradition has changed to where the pardoned turkeys are given to a land-grant university in the state in which they originated.

Ferket said the federation’s choice to donate the turkeys to NC State gives the Prestage Poultry Department of Science a chance to highlight its importance in the national poultry industry. Ferket said the department produces a third of all poultry science graduates and has the most dedicated poultry science faculty in the country.

“They're solely here for the purpose of honoring the president's desire to pardon them and give them a really good life,” Ferket said. “We're going to do all we can to give them the opportunity to show and tell all about what it's like to be a turkey at NC State.”

After the ceremony, Chocolate and Chip were transported to their permanent home in NC State’s Talley Turkey Education Unit off of Lake Wheeler Road, in which they now live in large climate-controlled enclosures. Ferket said the pair will be used to represent their species at future events, such as the North Carolina State Fair, and will be used to be observed by poultry science students.

“We call them honorary faculty,” Ferket said. “They're being watched in terms of special behavior. … They’re going to be here working, they're just not paid, they basically work for room and board.”

Traditionally, pardoned turkeys have been named after common Thanksgiving foods, such as turkeys “Drumstick,” “Peas,” “Butter” and “Corn,” during the Trump presidency. Ferket said the federation sends a list of suggested names for the turkeys but instead, President Joe Biden chose to name the turkeys Chocolate and Chip, which Ferket said is most likely in reference to ice cream, which Biden has become synonymous with.

Ferket said Chocolate and Chip are both 47-pound broad breasted white turkey toms, which are the most common breed eaten on Thanksgiving. Contrary to the pardoning, turkeys hens are almost exclusively the only turkeys cooked whole for Thanksgiving, as the average hen weighs only half the weight of a tom, which averages around 50 pounds and is used mostly for further processing due to their large size.

Grimes said this event provided a time for tongue-in-cheek humor, but also a time to reflect and be thankful for the work done by farmers in North Carolina.

“It is a day to provide some humor but also a day of Thanksgiving, and where does that sustenance come from?” Grimes said. “It comes from farmers here and in North Carolina, across the nation around the world. It's a good way to have a little smile on our face, but at the same time to recognize where our support comes from.”

Charlotte-area startup aims to open electric vehicle fast-charging stations across N.C.

MONROE, N.C. — There's nearly one electric vehicle charging port for every gas station in the country, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Energy. But, a lot more ports will be needed as the number of registered electric vehicles in the U.S. could jump to 35 million by 2030.As of May 2022, there were 43,000 registered zero-emission vehicles in North Carolina...

MONROE, N.C. — There's nearly one electric vehicle charging port for every gas station in the country, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Energy. But, a lot more ports will be needed as the number of registered electric vehicles in the U.S. could jump to 35 million by 2030.

As of May 2022, there were 43,000 registered zero-emission vehicles in North Carolina

Meanwhile, as of July 2022, there are a little over 1,400 public charging stations across the state, not including Tesla chargers, per the U.S. Department of Energy

Jeff Constantineau and Justin Taylor, founders of Koulomb aim to open at least 15 fast EV charging stations across the Charlotte area in 2023

As of May 2022, there were 43,000 registered zero-emission vehicles in North Carolina, a 230% increase from 2018, according to NCDOT.

Meanwhile, as of July 2022, there are a little over 1,400 public charging stations across the Tar Heel state, not including Tesla chargers, per the U.S. Department of Energy.

"There's a massive shortfall in the amount of chargers, particularly in the Southeast United States," Jeff Constantineau said. "It's a problem nationwide, but it's magnified in the Southeast."

Constantineau is the co-founder of Koulomb, a Charlotte area-based EV charging company.

Koulomb's other founder, Justin Taylor, owns an electric vehicle and believes the low number of available EV chargers is why he and other EV owners worry about driving long distances.

"It's like driving through the desert without any gas stations," Taylor said. "You want to make sure you have the ability to charge, and when you do, you want to do it as safely, conveniently and quickly.""It's like driving through the desert without any gas stations," Taylor said. "You want to make sure you have the ability to charge, and when you do, you want to do it as safely, conveniently and quickly."

Constantineau says most drivers are used to spending about three minutes filling up their tank at a gas station rather than 45 minutes at a charging port.

"So, we're [Koulomb] buying and sourcing high-quality chargers," Constantineau said. "Three hundred and sixty kilowatts and above that can deliver a charge in 15 to 20 minutes."

Each of their charging stations will be powered using solar energy.

"We're trying to produce the power we're consuming," Taylor said. "And keeping the power in the local economy, just like farm to table."

Constantineau says they aim to have at least 15 stations set up in the Charlotte area by the end of 2023. They will be placed near popular spots such as Ayrsley off I-485 and South Tryon Street.

"It's in a very busy shopping center, co-located with other amenities like bathrooms and coffee shops," Constantineau said.

The future site will look similar to a gas station.

"We'll have 12 pumps, three chargers with four parts each, and on top, a 50-watt solar canopy," Constantineau said.

As Constantineau and Taylor work to help North Carolina meet growing demand, they admit the exact future of electric travel remains unclear.

"But, we've got to get as many charging stations as quickly as possible," Constantineau said. "This wave is coming, and we've got to do it in the right way."

Constantineau and Taylor say they're set to open their first charging location in Matthews in February. They're also looking to build their fast charging stations in Raleigh, Atlanta and Columbia.

Meanwhile, North Carolina is expected to receive up to $109 million in federal funds to construct new public charging stations and upgrade existing infrastructure.

Pack Travels to Virginia Tech for Saturday Night Showdown

RSN | In-Network Stream | List of Affiliates Showing the GameNC State Game Notes | Virginia Tec...

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NC State Game Notes | Virginia Tech Game Notes RALEIGH – The NC State men's basketball team (12-4, 2-3 ACC) is back in action Saturday night when it plays at Virginia Tech (11-4, 1-3 ACC).

The game is a Regional Sports Network broadcast. It will be televised in North Carolina on Bally Sports South. A complete list of affiliates showing the game can be found here. NC State fans can also listen to Tony Haynes and Jeff Gravley call the action on the Wolfpack Sports Network.

Pack Tracks - NC State dominated Duke on Wednesday night, knocking off the 16th-ranked Blue Devils, 84-60. The Pack never trailed as they scored the first 15 points of the game. The Pack led by 22, 44-22, at the half and Duke never got closer than 18 points in the final 20 minutes as NC State led by as many as 29 points in the game. The Pack's 24-point margin of victory is the largest for NC State since a 74-50 win over Duke on Jan. 7, 1978. - NC State was led by the trio of DJ Burns (18 points), Jarkel Joiner (21) and Terquavion Smith (24) in the win over Duke. The trio combined to score 63 of the Pack's 84 points. In addition to his 21 points, Joiner passed out a career-high nine assists (and had zero turnovers). Burns tied his season-high with 18 points, shooting 7-of-10 from the field. - The Pack forced Duke into a season-high 22 turnovers as NC State finished the game with a 31-2 advantage in points off turnovers. The Pack also outscored Duke, 29-7, in fast break points. - Casey Morsell grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds as the Pack outrebounded Duke by one in the game. The Blue Devils entered the game against NC State first in the ACC in rebounding margin and leading the ACC in offensive rebounds. The Pack outrebounded Duke by one and also grabbed 13 offensive rebounds compared to just nine for Duke. - NC State had two starters make their first starts of the season on Wednesday in Ebenezer Dowuona and Greg Gantt. Gantt had only appeared in five games this season before Wednesday, but played 30 minutes against Duke, chipping in four points, five rebounds, three steals and two blocks in the win.

Saturday Storylines - Terquavion Smith One of the Best Pure Scorers in Program History: Smith led NC State with 24 points against Duke. Smith has scored in double figures in all 16 games this season and now has five 20+-point performances this season. The Greenville, N.C., native ranks second in the ACC in scoring at 18.4 points per game. Smith has now played in 48 career games and his scoring average of 16.8 points per game is the eighth-highest scoring average in NC State program history. Of the top-15 players in NC State's career scoring average only four have played since NC State's all-time leading scorer, Rodney Monroe, graduated in 1991. (TJ Warren - 18.5 ppg., 2012-14; Terquavion Smith - 17.0 ppg., 2021-pres.; Julius Hodge - 15.8 ppg., 2002-05; and Cat Barber - 14.5 ppg., 2013-16). - Smith and Joiner Having Career Years in Sharing the Ball: The Pack's two lead guards - Jarkel Joiner and Terquavion Smith - have both already passed out more assists this season than either had last season. Smith leads the ACC and ranks fourth in the ACC with an average of 4.9 assists per game. Smith already has 79 assists this season in 16 games. Last season, he had 67 assists in 32 games. Joiner has 60 assists in 16 games to rank 12th in the ACC in assists at 3.75 per game. Joiner ranks fifth in the ACC with a 2.31 assist-to-turnover ratio. In the last two games, Joiner has passed out 14 assists (including a career-high nine against Duke on Wednesday) and has zero turnovers. Joiner is playing in his fifth collegiate season, but this 60 assists this season are already the most he's ever had in a single season. - NC State is 11-1 this season when it has 11 or more assists in a game. It is 1-3 when it has 10 or fewer assists. - DJ Burns stepping in Mahorcic's absence: In the six games since Dusan Mahorcic was injured, graduate forward DJ Burns is averaging 13.5 points per game and 5.7 rebounds (including 2.7 offensive rebounds) per game. Burns is shooting 64.2 percent from the field (34-of-53). - The Pack enters Saturday's game leading the ACC in forcing turnovers, averaging to turn its opponent over 15 times per game. Virginia Tech is second in the ACC in turnovers, averaging to turn it over just 9.87 times an outing. - NC State leads the ACC in turnover margin (+4.25), steals (9.0 per game) and forcing turnovers (15.0 per game). The Pack is 8-0 this season when it forces its opponent into 15 or more turnovers and 9-0 when it has at least 18 points off of opponent turnovers. In the Pack's four losses, its opponents are only averaging 10 turnovers per game and NC State is only averaging 10.5 points off of opponent turnovers. - NC State is 12-2 this season if it scores 70 or more points, but 0-2 if it scores under 70. Virginia Tech ranks third in the ACC in scoring defense, averaging to allow just 64.2 points per game. The Hokies - NC State is 8-0 this season when it makes 10 or more three-pointers and just 4-4 when it hits less than 10. - Pack has held its own on the boards: NC State has outrebounded its opponent in 11 of 16 games this season (NC State only outrebounded its opponent in 10 of 32 games last season). In the four games it has been outrebounded, Kansas, Coppin State and Clemson only edged NC State by one rebound and Miami finished +4 in rebounding in its win. NC State tied Louisville in rebounding. NC State is 11-1 when it ties or wins the rebounding battle, but is just 1-3 when it is outrebounded. The Pack ranks fourth in the ACC in rebounding margin at +3.63. It finished 14th in the ACC last season in rebounding margin at -2.8.

NC State - Virginia Tech Series - Saturday will be the 61st meeting between the two programs. NC State leads the all-time series, 41-19. - Last season, NC State and Virginia Tech split their two meetings with each team winning on the others home court. - Last meeting in Cassell Coliseum (Jan. 4, 2022): NC State held Virginia Tech without a field goal for over four minutes in the final five minutes to win, 68-63. Justyn Mutts gave the Hokies a 59-58 lead with 4:54 to go, but Virginia Tech wouldn't make a field goal again until 34 seconds were left in the game. Dereon Seabron posted a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds in the win. Terquavion Smith added 17 points and seven rebounds. NC State had 11 of its 14 offensive rebounds in the second half and outrebounded the Hokies, 21-9, in the final 20 minutes. For the game, the Pack finished with a 36-26 rebounding advantage.

Morgan St. 78, NC Central 73, OT

NC CENTRAL (7-8)Boone 1-7 2-2 4, Monroe 7-13 2-4 19, Medley-Bacon 5-6 3-3 13, Maultsby 4-6 0-0 9, Wright 5-13 2-3 13, Oladapo 1-1 3-4 5, Cleveland 2-4 0-0 5, Harris 2-4 0-0 5, Fennell 0-1 0-0 0, Butts 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 27-57 12-16 73.MORGAN ST. (7-8)Fagbenle 0-2 0-0 0, Djonkam 6-8 3-7 15, Burke 9-14 4-7 28, Hobbs 3-6 2-2 10, Miller 4-13 3-3 11, Thomas 2-10 4-4 8, Lawson 1-4 2-2 4, Nnamene 0-1 0-0 0, Horner 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 26-59 18-25 78.Halftime_NC Central 32-30. 3-Point Goals_NC Central 7-20 (Monroe 3-8, Cl...

NC CENTRAL (7-8)

Boone 1-7 2-2 4, Monroe 7-13 2-4 19, Medley-Bacon 5-6 3-3 13, Maultsby 4-6 0-0 9, Wright 5-13 2-3 13, Oladapo 1-1 3-4 5, Cleveland 2-4 0-0 5, Harris 2-4 0-0 5, Fennell 0-1 0-0 0, Butts 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 27-57 12-16 73.

MORGAN ST. (7-8)

Fagbenle 0-2 0-0 0, Djonkam 6-8 3-7 15, Burke 9-14 4-7 28, Hobbs 3-6 2-2 10, Miller 4-13 3-3 11, Thomas 2-10 4-4 8, Lawson 1-4 2-2 4, Nnamene 0-1 0-0 0, Horner 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 26-59 18-25 78.

Halftime_NC Central 32-30. 3-Point Goals_NC Central 7-20 (Monroe 3-8, Cleveland 1-2, Harris 1-2, Maultsby 1-2, Wright 1-2, Butts 0-1, Boone 0-3), Morgan St. 8-20 (Burke 6-9, Hobbs 2-4, Lawson 0-1, Thomas 0-2, Miller 0-4). Fouled Out_Medley-Bacon, Djonkam, Miller. Rebounds_NC Central 27 (Oladapo 6), Morgan St. 34 (Thomas 8). Assists_NC Central 14 (Boone 4), Morgan St. 13 (Djonkam, Miller 5). Total Fouls_NC Central 22, Morgan St. 20. A_937 (4,250).

First Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 32, 11:39.

Phi_B.Scott 8 run (Elliott kick), 4:14.

Second Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 52, 10:22.

Phi_FG Elliott 39, :45.

Third Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 54, 6:17.

NYG_FG Gano 24, :50.

Fourth Quarter

NYG_Webb 14 run (pass failed), 10:04.

Phi_FG Elliott 22, 3:21.

NYG_Golladay 25 pass from Webb (Gano kick), 1:38.

A_69,879.

NYGPhi
First downs1823
Total Net Yards284342
Rushes-yards21-12934-135
Passing155207
Punt Returns0-02-30
Kickoff Returns2-640-0
Interceptions Ret.1-00-0
Comp-Att-Int23-40-020-35-1
Sacked-Yards Lost2-133-22
Punts6-44.02-33.5
Fumbles-Lost0-00-0
Penalties-Yards8-664-30
Time of Possession28:3431:26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_N.Y. Giants, Brightwell 11-60, Webb 6-41, Breida 4-28. Philadelphia, B.Scott 9-54, Gainwell 5-35, Sanders 11-33, Hurts 9-13.

PASSING_N.Y. Giants, Webb 23-40-0-168. Philadelphia, Hurts 20-35-1-229.

RECEIVING_N.Y. Giants, Cager 8-69, Breida 7-12, M.Johnson 3-36, Golladay 2-30, Vannett 2-18, Brightwell 1-3. Philadelphia, Smith 7-67, Goedert 6-46, Brown 4-95, Watkins 2-14, Gainwell 1-7.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Copyright 2023 Associated Press. All rights reserved.

First Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 32, 11:39. Drive: 7 plays, 51 yards, 1:48. Key Plays: Hurts 35 pass to A.Brown; Hurts 14 pass to Watkins. Philadelphia 3, N.Y. Giants 0.

Phi_B.Scott 8 run (Elliott kick), 4:14. Drive: 12 plays, 80 yards, 6:27. Key Plays: Hurts 6 pass to Goedert on 3rd-and-2; Hurts 37 pass to A.Brown on 3rd-and-9. Philadelphia 10, N.Y. Giants 0.

Second Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 52, 10:22. Drive: 4 plays, 5 yards, 1:31. Philadelphia 13, N.Y. Giants 0.

Phi_FG Elliott 39, :45. Drive: 14 plays, 59 yards, 5:15. Key Plays: B.Scott 3 run on 3rd-and-3; Hurts 11 pass to A.Brown; Gainwell 11 run; Hurts 10 pass to D.Smith. Philadelphia 16, N.Y. Giants 0.

Third Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 54, 6:17. Drive: 7 plays, 36 yards, 2:41. Key Plays: B.Scott 12 run; Hurts 14 pass to D.Smith; Hurts 7 pass to Gainwell on 3rd-and-10. Philadelphia 19, N.Y. Giants 0.

NYG_FG Gano 24, :50. Drive: 10 plays, 69 yards, 5:27. Key Plays: Webb 14 pass to Cager; Breida 16 run; Brightwell 25 run; Webb 14 pass to M.Johnson; Webb 12 pass to Vannett. Philadelphia 19, N.Y. Giants 3.

Fourth Quarter

NYG_Webb 14 run (pass failed), 10:04. Drive: 10 plays, 59 yards, 4:46. Key Plays: Brightwell 5 run on 3rd-and-6; Webb 1 pass to Cager on 4th-and-1; Brightwell 17 run; Webb 12 pass to Cager. Philadelphia 19, N.Y. Giants 9.

Phi_FG Elliott 22, 3:21. Drive: 16 plays, 71 yards, 6:43. Key Plays: Hurts 12 pass to Goedert; B.Scott 21 run; Hurts 11 pass to D.Smith; Hurts 2 run on 3rd-and-1; Gainwell 11 run on 3rd-and-8. Philadelphia 22, N.Y. Giants 9.

NYG_Golladay 25 pass from Webb (Gano kick), 1:38. Drive: 8 plays, 54 yards, 1:43. Key Plays: Brightwell kick return to N.Y. Giants 46; Webb 13 pass to M.Johnson; Webb 6 pass to Cager on 3rd-and-7; Webb 2 run on 4th-and-1. Philadelphia 22, N.Y. Giants 16.

A_69,879.

NYGPhi
FIRST DOWNS1823
Rushing611
Passing1111
Penalty11
THIRD DOWN EFF4-145-14
FOURTH DOWN EFF2-30-0
TOTAL NET YARDS284342
Total Plays6372
Avg Gain4.54.8
NET YARDS RUSHING129135
Rushes2134
Avg per rush6.1433.971
NET YARDS PASSING155207
Sacked-Yds lost2-133-22
Gross-Yds passing168229
Completed-Att.23-4020-35
Had Intercepted01
Yards-Pass Play3.695.447
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB4-2-27-5-5
PUNTS-Avg.6-44.02-33.5
Punts blocked00
FGs-PATs blocked0-00-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE6430
Punt Returns0-02-30
Kickoff Returns2-640-0
Interceptions1-00-0
PENALTIES-Yds8-664-30
FUMBLES-Lost0-00-0
TIME OF POSSESSION28:3431:26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_N.Y. Giants, Brightwell 11-60, Webb 6-41, Breida 4-28. Philadelphia, B.Scott 9-54, Gainwell 5-35, Sanders 11-33, Hurts 9-13.

PASSING_N.Y. Giants, Webb 23-40-0-168. Philadelphia, Hurts 20-35-1-229.

RECEIVING_N.Y. Giants, Cager 8-69, Breida 7-12, M.Johnson 3-36, Golladay 2-30, Vannett 2-18, Brightwell 1-3. Philadelphia, Smith 7-67, Goedert 6-46, Brown 4-95, Watkins 2-14, Gainwell 1-7.

PUNT RETURNS_N.Y. Giants, None. Philadelphia, Covey 2-30.

KICKOFF RETURNS_N.Y. Giants, Brightwell 2-64. Philadelphia, None.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_N.Y. Giants, R.Williams 10-0-0, J.Davis 6-4-.5, McFadden 6-1-1, Belton 5-1-0, Fox 4-0-0, Pinnock 4-0-0, McCloud 3-2-1.5, Flott 2-1-0, Jefferson 2-0-0, Ximines 2-0-0, Mondeaux 1-1-0, Ellis 1-0-0, Collins 0-2-0, R.Anderson 0-1-0. Philadelphia, White 9-3-1, Edwards 9-1-0, Gardner-Johnson 6-1-0, Bradberry 4-0-0, Epps 3-0-0, Blankenship 2-2-0, Hargrave 2-0-0, Williams 1-1-0, McPhearson 1-0-1, Reddick 1-0-0, Slay 1-0-0, Graham 0-2-0, Joseph 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_N.Y. Giants, Belton 1-0. Philadelphia, None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

OFFICIALS_Referee Carl Cheffers, Ump Brandon Cruse, HL Mike Carr, LJ Jeff Seeman, FJ Nathan Jones, SJ Eugene Hall, BJ Matt Edwards, Replay Kevin Brown.

Copyright 2023 Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Tyson’s career night lifts Clemson past NC State 78-64 on Friday

CLEMSON, S.C. – Hunter Tyson (Monroe, N.C./Piedmont) posted a historic night for Clemson University men’s basketball in a 78-64 win over NC State on Friday in Littlejohn Coliseum.Tyson led all scorers with a career-high 31 points and career-best 15 rebounds. He became the first player in Clemson history since Horace Grant to post at least 30 and 15 in a game. Grant last did it against Wake Forest on Feb. 18, 1987 (33 points and 20 rebounds).The Tigers (11-3, 3-0 ACC) were led by Tyson, but Ben Middlebrooks (Fort Lau...

CLEMSON, S.C. – Hunter Tyson (Monroe, N.C./Piedmont) posted a historic night for Clemson University men’s basketball in a 78-64 win over NC State on Friday in Littlejohn Coliseum.

Tyson led all scorers with a career-high 31 points and career-best 15 rebounds. He became the first player in Clemson history since Horace Grant to post at least 30 and 15 in a game. Grant last did it against Wake Forest on Feb. 18, 1987 (33 points and 20 rebounds).

The Tigers (11-3, 3-0 ACC) were led by Tyson, but Ben Middlebrooks (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Westminster Academy) tallied 10 points and seven rebounds, including five on the offensive glass. It was a career-high point total for Middlebrooks.

Chase Hunter (Atlanta, Ga./Westlake) rounded out the Tiger double-digit scorers with 12 and finished with three assists.

Clemson won what felt more like a boxing match in the opening stanza, 28-21, and finished the half on an 8-3 run. The Wolfpack (11-4, 1-3 ACC) would cut their deficit to just five at 66-61 with 2:48 to play.

A 12-0 Clemson run ensued to put the game out of reach for good and the Tigers held on for a 14-point win.

Clemson finished 22-for-24 at the foul line and assisted on 13-of-25 made baskets.

The Tigers will return to the court on Wednesday, Jan. 4 when they travel to Virginia Tech. The game is slated for a 9 p.m. tip from Cassell Coliseum.

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Notes: Clemson improved to 11-3 with the win over NC State … the Tigers moved to 3-0 in the ACC … Clemson improved its mark against NC State at home to 37-33 … Head Coach Brad Brownell won his 396th game in his career and is just four victories shy of the 400-win plateau … Coach Brownell improved to 12-10 all-time against NC State … Hunter Tyson scored a career-high 31 points and added a career-best 15 rebounds … Tyson is the first Tiger to total at least 30 and 15 since Horace Grant on Feb. 18, 1987 (33 and 20 against Wake Forest) … only the fourth time a Tiger player has done it (Horace Grant twice and Randy Mahaffey once).

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