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    Toney Baker will end his high school football career today by playing in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 1/15:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.heraldsun.com/sports/18-565703.html" target=blank><b>Heels edge Pack in emotional game</b></a> <li><a href="http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/college/story/2026166p-8409917c.html" target=blank><b>United for Yow</b></a>

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    School Conference Overall
    North Carolina 3-0 14-1
    Wake Forest 3-0 14-1
    Duke 2-0 12-0
    Georgia Tech 2-1 11-3
    Miami 2-1 11-3
    Maryland 1-2 9-4
    Clemson 1-2 10-5
    Florida State 1-2 9-7
    NC State 0-2 10-5
    Virginia Tech 0-2 7-6
    Virginia 0-3 9-4

    Quote of the Day:"The game speed changes. They're out there blocking people a lot more. I'm used to playing fast already. I hit the hole and I'm busting up the secondary." - Toney Baker at the Army AA bowl

    Quote of the Day Extra:"It was a hard-fought game. Credit our players. They battled and battled until the end. They're very disappointed because they're worried that they let Coach Yow down, but no way did they let Coach Yow down." - NC State women's assistant head coach Stephanie Glance

    Between carries, Baker will commit
    Kellie Dixon * News & Record
    Toney Baker will end his high school football career today by playing in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. But during the game, the running back also will end the wait for many anxious ACC and Tennessee fans. The Ragsdale senior is expected to announce his college plans during the second half of the game, which will be played at the Alamodome in San Antonio. Read More

    Heels edge Pack in emotional game
    Nolan Hayes * The Herald-Sun
    Ivory Latta limped down the hallway away from the interview room inside Reynolds Coliseum, favoring her left knee and holding her left hip. Just like her team, she had been knocked down -- several times, in fact -- but not out. The North Carolina women's basketball team was bruised and battered, but it was not beaten Friday night. Read More

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    Ned Barnett * News & Observer
    It was the rival game, the most contested women's basketball game in the Atlantic Coast Conference. But when N.C. State met North Carolina on Friday night in historic Reynolds Coliseum, it wasn't about Wolfpack red versus Tar Heel blue. It was about sharing the color pink. Read More

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