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Web Run: Pack hit road again after loss

This mixture facing North Carolina State wouldn't figure to be an ideal recipe for any football team. But the Wolfpack has found ingredients to respond positively from setbacks this season. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 10/26:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.wilmingtonstar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20041026/NEWS/41025020/1005/sports" target=blank><b>A season of 'what ifs' for Wolfpack</b></a>

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School Conference Overall
Miami 3-0 6-0
Florida State 4-1 6-1
Virginia 3-1 6-1
Virginia Tech 2-1 5-2
Georgia Tech 3-2 4-2
NC State 3-2 4-3
North Carolina 2-2 3-4
Clemson 2-3 3-4
Maryland 1-3 3-4
Wake Forest 0-4 3-4
Duke 0-4 1-6


Quote of the Day:"Jay Davis struggled early in the season, one reason that he currently ranks fourth in the ACC in passing yardage and third in pass efficiency. But since his breakout in the second half against Wake Forest, no ACC quarterback has posted better numbers than the Wolfpack junior. In his last four games, Davis has completed 60.8 percent of his attempts for an average of 246.3 yards a game with five touchdowns and two interceptions. He's thrown for more than 200 yards in four straight games -- something no other ACC quarterback has accomplished this season." - The Herald-Sun's Al Featherston



Pack hit road again after loss
Bob Sutton * Freedom News Service
This mixture facing North Carolina State wouldn't figure to be an ideal recipe for any football team. But the Wolfpack has found ingredients to respond positively from setbacks this season. It tries the formula again this week. For the third time, the schedule calls for N.C. State to travel into a hostile environment the week following a loss. Saturday afternoon's visit to Clemson comes a week after a 45-31 defeat to Miami. Read More

A season of 'what ifs' for Wolfpack
Brian Hendrickson * Star-News
Jay Davis' eyes glazed over as he stared through the reporters surrounding him Saturday night, trying to explain how opportunity slipped out of North Carolina State's hands – literally in many cases – against yet another marquee opponent. Read More


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