MORE: Scottie Pippen calls Duke’s Zion Williamson the best NBA prospect since Michael Jordan The Hokies led 20-14 at the half, the fewest combined points in a half in PNC Arena history. For comparison, the Wolfpack scored 23 points in the first half of their 66-65 overtime loss to No. 3 Virginia on Tuesday. Here are a few other ignominious records N.C. State set in its loss:(12)Virginia Tech defeats (23)NC State, 47-24.NC State’s 24 points are the fewest by a ranked team in the shot clock era.NC State’s 24 points are their fewest in a game since beating Duke, 12-10, in the ACC Tournament in 1968 – the lowest-scoring game in ACC history.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 2, 2019NC State’s 24 points are the fewest scored by a D-I team in any game this decade.https://t.co/OOv8tn1y7x— John Gasaway (@JohnGasaway) February 2, 2019NC State’s 24 points scored were the fewest by a Division 1 team in a conference game since 2008.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) February 2, [email protected] looked it up. The fewest points NC State has scored in the shot clock era is 36 against Princeton on Nov. 12, 1997. Wolfpack lost that game 38-36.NC State finished with 24 points against Virginia Tech [email protected] and I are available for 30 for 30 interviews.— Joe Ovies (@joeovies) February 2, 2019NC State’s 24 points are the fewest by an ACC team in the shot-clock era. Georgia Tech had 28 against Virginia in 2015— Joe Giglio (@jwgiglio) February 2, 2019It definitely wasn’t the performance Wolfpack fans were hoping for. N.C. State had a rough go on Saturday in a 47-24 loss to Virginia Tech in Raleigh, N.C.The No. 23 Wolfpack (16-6, 4-5 ACC) were historically bad on offense against the No. 12 Hokies (18-3, 7-2 ACC). N.C. State shot just 16.7 percent (9 of 54) from the floor and 7.1 percent from 3-point range (2 of 28).