N.C. State is in a dogfight with the Pitt Panthers this Saturday. Except even the meanest of dogs probably wouldn’t do what happened to Bradley Chubb’s finger.
The Wolfpack defensive end suffered a very gruesome finger injury and was in visible pain on the field during the third quarter at Pitt.
Bradley Chubb's gruesome finger injury–hopefully just a dislocation; expected to come back in the game pic.twitter.com/ihGqZewoGQ
— Pack Pride (@PackPride) October 14, 2017
Fortunately for Chubb and the Wolfpack, he only missed four plays. Plus, N.C. State has scored twice in the second half and lead the Panthers, 27-14, with under 12 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
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