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Web Run: Cotchery Still Eager to Show His Speed

Some players seem destined to make a statement in big games, and some seem to shy from the moment. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 1/5:</b></small> <li><a href="" target=blank><b>Pack loses coach</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:"My leaving had nothing to do with all that stuff. That's a part of coaching." - Noal Mazzone on speculation that criticism from talk radio shows and Internet message boards were part of his decision to leave

Cotchery Still Eager to Show His Speed
New York Times
Some players seem destined to make a statement in big games, and some seem to shy from the moment. "I've been playing football for my whole life; what's the sense of being afraid now?" Jerricho Cotchery, a rookie receiver and special teamer for the Jets, said Tuesday. Read More

Pack loses coach
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
Noel Mazzone said Tuesday that he is leaving N.C. State's football staff to become offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Mississippi. Since the 2004 season ended, three of Chuck Amato's assistants at State have taken jobs elsewhere. Read More

Week Away Crucial For Pack Hoopsters
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Wolfpack, Cavaliers fall out of Top 25
The Associated Press

Change is on the Way for Pack
Tony Haynes *

Miami News Watch...
UM Travels To Georgia Tech For Inaugural ACC Game
University of Miami

Holmgren has plenty of issues
The Associated Press

Reid and Edwards To Play In Hula Bowl

Roundball Classic: Day One

Wolfpack Making A Push?
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Pack Pride Recruiting Depth Chart
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NCAA Basketball

ACC Football News...
Seminoles assistant resigns
The Associated Press

Two UNC assistants weighing new jobs
Neil Amato * The Herald-Sun

ACC Basketball News...
Terps win 5th straight
The Associated Press

Injuries, illness leave Duke thin
Khary K. McGhee * Fayetteville (NC) Observer

Other News...
No. 1 easy as U-S-C
The Associated Press

BCS to look at committee for bowls
The Associated Press

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