On Saturday, Florida State Seminoles fans were looking forward to their team's first home game of the season. After two of their other games in the state of Florida were canceled or postponed due to the hurricane situation, this would mark the home opener. However, the North Carolina State Wolfpack spoiled the party with a 27-21 upset victory. Here's a look at the NC State vs. FSU recap including top performers, statistics, a standings update, and what's next for these two teams.

NCAA game recap

In the first quarter today, the visiting Wolfpack jumped out to the early advantage.

After a Carson Wise field goal earlier in the quarter, the team saw Jaylen Samuels score a touchdown on a two-yard run to make it 10-0. In the second quarter, FSU responded with a touchdown when James Blackman found Auden Tate for a four-yard grab. Nc State answered, though, on an impressive 71-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Finley to Jakobi Meyers.

The Seminoles added a field goal before the end of the quarter and cut the Wolfpack lead to a touchdown. In the second half, the Seminoles were able to score but only field goals and a safety. NC State added another touchdown pass thanks to QB Ryan Finley to ultimately take the game 27-21.

Leading the way for the North Carolina State Wolfpack today was quarterback Ryan Finley.

The junior QB threw 22-for-32 in the game and finished with 230 yards and two touchdowns. Jacob Meyers hauled in one of those TD passes and had 112 yards total for the game, while teammate Jaylen Samuels had the other receiving TD. Samuels also had a rushing TD, while Nyheim Hines led the team in rushing with 24 carries for 94 yards.

The Florida State Seminoles got decent production from freshman quarterback James Blackman. He had 22-of-38 completed passes for 278 yards and a touchdown. Receiver Auden Tate racked up 138 yards and that touchdown catch on nine carries, while George Campbell had three carries for 85 yards. The team managed just the one touchdown for the game to go with four field goals from kicker Ricky Aguayo and a safety in the fourth quarter.

Standings & what's next

With today's loss, the Florida State Seminoles fall to 0-2 to start the season. Ranked at No. 12, one has to think this is going to drop them significantly and possibly out of the Top 25 rankings. They'll try to bounce back in Week 5 as they play Wake Forest on the road at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

For the North Carolina State Wolfpack, this win over a ranked opponent is definitely a momentum booster. The team is now 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the conference. For their next game, North Carolina State will host the Syracuse Orange next Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.