Wolfpack women rout Deacs
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    The e-mails poured in by my low-volume standards, at least when I predicted a month or so ago that N.C. State's Wolfpack would win the ACC this season. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 1/4:</b></small> <li><a href="http://newsobserver.com/sports/story/1983418p-8364340c.html" target=blank><b>Wolfpack women rout Deacs</b></a> <li><a href="http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/football/206419_moore04.html" target=blank><b>Go 2 Guy: Time for Holmgren to can Koren</b></a>

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    School Conference Overall
    Duke 1-0 9-0
    North Carolina 1-0 12-1
    Wake Forest 1-0 12-1
    Maryland 1-0 8-2
    Georgia Tech 0-0 9-2
    Miami 0-0 9-2
    NC State 0-0 10-3
    Virginia 0-1 8-2
    Clemson 0-1 8-4
    Florida State 0-1 8-6
    Virginia Tech 0-1 6-5


    Quote of the Day:"Tonight wasn't much fun. We had been looking forward to this game and it just wasn't much fun at all." - Wake Forest head women's basketball coach Mike Petersen after NC State's 81-55 thumping of the Deacons



    Don't count out Pack just yet
    Andrew B. Carter * Rocky Mount Telegram
    The e-mails poured in by my low-volume standards, at least when I predicted a month or so ago that N.C. State's Wolfpack would win the ACC this season. People called me all sorts of mean things, questioned my knowledge and promised they'd eat all sorts of oblong objects should my prediction come true. Read More

    Wolfpack women rout Deacs
    Rachel Carter * News & Observer
    In January 2004, the N.C. State women's basketball team hit an ACC ice patch and skidded to an 0-5 start in league play. Monday, the Wolfpack opened ACC play the way it wanted -- dominating Wake Forest 81-55 on the strength of 67.9 percent shooting in the first half. Read More

    Go 2 Guy: Time for Holmgren to can Koren
    Jim Moore * Seattle Post-Intelligencer
    In a shocking development yesterday, Shaun Alexander was late for his own news conference and commended for his tardiness by Koren Robinson, whose car won't start but he apparently will. Alexander's status is in doubt for Saturday's playoff opener against St. Louis. A Seahawks spokesman said the egotistical tailback is listed as questionable with a stabbed back. Read More


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