VIDEO: Duke's 3 touchdowns in 26 seconds to beat N.C. State

By Jerry Hinnen | College Football Writer

If you're a devoted college football fan, you likely already know that Duke beat N.C. State 38-20 Saturday to keep the Blue Devils in the thick of the ACC Coastal race (no, really). You may even be aware that the Blue Devils scored touchdowns on three consecutive snaps in the fourth quarter, DeVon Edwards returning back-to-back interceptions for touchdowns after a Brandon Connette touchdown run had given Duke the lead. (Edwards has been named the Defensive Player of the Week for his trouble.)

But if you're not a Duke (or unhappy Wolfpack) fan, you likely haven't actually seen the Devils score those three touchdowns in the span of 26 fateful seconds, turning a three-point deficit into an 18-point lead. So here you go:

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