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Hodge prefers wins to points

Julius Hodge had an interesting week. Last Tuesday, N.C. State's junior star played a spectacular game at Boston College. <br><br><small><b>Other featured stories for 1/26:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.wilmingtonstar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20040126/NEWS/201260325/1005/SPORTS" target=blank><b>Sherrill makes most of start</b></a>

ACC Standings

Conf. Overall
Duke 5-0 16-1
NC State 4-1 11-4
Georgia Tech 3-2 15-3
Florida State 3-3 14-5
North Carolina 2-3 12-4
Wake Forest 2-3 11-4
Virginia 2-4 12-5
Maryland 1-3 10-5
Clemson 1-4 8-8


Quote of the Day: Seattle Post's Ted Miller - "Some team is going to ignore North Carolina State quarterback Phillip Rivers' funky throwing motion, pick him in the first round and never regret it."


Hodge prefers wins to points
Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun
He led the Wolfpack with 25 points, 11 rebounds and three assists in 40 minutes of action. But in the final minute of overtime, Hodge came up short -- he had two of his shots blocked and committed a turnover as Boston College edged the Pack 66-65. Read More

Sherrill makes most of start
Andrew Jones * Star-News Correspondent
Scooter Sherrill wore a big smile after N.C. State's 76-72 victory over Georgia Tech at the RBC Center on Saturday. Read More


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