Well deserved after a strong performance against UConn that unfortunately was limited by injury.
Wolff tallied seven stops (including five first hits or solos) in the 10-7 road win over UConn, even though he played just three quarters after leaving with an injury. He picked off the fifth pass of his career in the second half with UConn driving when Wolff caught the interception at midfield and returned it 16 yards. The senior made perhaps the biggest play of the game on defense in the third quarter when he recovered a fumble that Brandan Bishop forced with NC State leading 3-0. That gave the Pack the ball at the UConn 41 and three plays later, State scored its only touchdown of the afternoon.
With nothing but non-conference games on the horizon, I guess we can expert to learn next to nothing about Wolff's condition, since it's so very important to keep this sort of thing on the down low. Fingers crossed for a speedy recovery.