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Web Run: World of difference between Pack, Heels

The contrast is obvious. Chuck Amato and John Bunting are rivals, coaching rival football programs in a state where passion is almost always higher in another sport. It's played indoors with a round, instead of oblong, ball. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 10/5:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/story/1702404p-7953732c.html" target=blank><b>Just how good is the Pack?</b></a>

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School Conference Overall
Miami 2-0 4-0
Virginia 1-0 4-0
NC State 2-0 3-1
Maryland 1-0 3-1
Florida State 2-1 3-1
Virginia Tech 1-1 3-2
Georgia Tech 1-2 2-2
North Carolina 1-2 2-3
Clemson 1-2 1-3
Wake Forest 0-2 3-2
Duke 0-2 1-4


Quote of the Day:"We could be 1-3. We could be 4-0, or anything in between. But we're 3-1 and happy to be there. If we can win seven more games like that, we'll take them right now." - Wolfpack coach Chuck Amato



World of difference between Pack, Heels
Frank Dascenzo * The Herald-Sun
The contrast is obvious. Chuck Amato and John Bunting are rivals, coaching rival football programs in a state where passion is almost always higher in another sport. It's played indoors with a round, instead of oblong, ball. But right now it doesn't matter. Amato and Bunting will shake hands on Saturday night at Kenan Stadium, then try to outcoach each other when N.C. State (3-1) and UNC (2-3) attempt to entertain us in a football game that clearly favors Amato's kids. Read More

Just how good is the Pack?
Ned Barnett * News & Observer
N.C. State's football team is ranked in the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll -- at 25th -- and not ranked in The Associated Press media poll. That seems about right for a now-you-see-them, now-you-don't football power. When it comes to being good, the Wolfpack is and isn't. State is second in the nation in defense and second in penalties. The Pack is 3-1 and could be 1-3 but for a Virginia Tech kick that sailed a foot wide and a third-and-31 pass that gained 58 yards and set up a touchdown Saturday against Wake Forest. Read More


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Penalty-prone Pack very lucky
Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun

Edwards ready for homecoming
Sammy Batten * Fayetteville (NC) Observer

Changes have dictated Edwards' career so far
Jim Young * News & Record

No Regrets: Edwards is glad he chose Wolfpack
John Delong * Winston-Salem Journal

Fantastic finishes way of life for Pack
Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer

Chapel Hill's Edwards enjoys wearing Wolfpack Red
Steve Phillips * High Point Enterprise

N.C. State's Edwards knows rivals
Bob Sutton * Times-News

Can't see TV: State-Carolina
Andrew Carter * The Rocky Mount Telegram

McLendon, Five Others Named ACC Football Players of the Week
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Wolfpack hopes one brilliant quarter signals turnaround
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Tarheel defense needs reworking
Austin Johnson * Technician

Edwards, Wolfpack Turn Attention to UNC
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N.C. State fine tunes for big races
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Thad Mumau * Fayetteville (NC) Observer

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