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    Web Run: Jan. results don't paint accurate picture

    Two of North Carolina's most highly recruited football prospects decided to play their college football at in-state schools Monday.<p><small><b>Other featured stories for 1/18:</b></small><li><a href="http://www.newbernsunjournal.com/SiteProcessor.cfm?Template=/GlobalTemplates/Details.cfm&StoryID=19481&Section=Sports" target=blank><b>They're rivals now </b></a><li><a href="http://www.fayettevillenc.com/story.php?Template=sports&Story=6801326" target=blank><b>Crouch commits to State</b></a>

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    School Conference Overall
    Wake Forest 4-0 15-1
    Duke 3-0 13-0
    North Carolina 3-1 14-2
    Miami 3-1 12-3
    Georgia Tech 2-2 11-4
    Maryland 1-2 10-4
    NC State 1-2 11-5
    Virginia Tech 1-2 8-6
    Clemson 1-3 10-6
    Florida State 1-3 9-8
    Virginia 0-4 9-5


    Quote of the Day:"No matter what he [Sendek] does, people are never happy. Every year it's something new - people wish he went further [in the NCAA Tournament]. Part of me thinks that even if he won a national title, people still wouldn't be happy." - Student Wolfpack Club President Darryl Glanton



    Early January results don't paint accurate picture
    Matt Middleton * Technician
    Completely bathed in a fabric of bright-red paint, NCSU freshman fan Seth Wachtel could have passed for a human fire engine Sunday night in the RBC Center. The business major is in his first year of college, but it's clear he's already learned a lot about the religion that is Tobacco Road basketball. "I'd rather be peaking in March than in January," he said. Along with friends, Wachtel camped out Friday night to secure sideline seats to the sliding Wolfpack's game against No. 8 Georgia Tech. State had dropped its previous four contests, and the Herb Haters were slowly warming up their annual January rendition of detraction. Read More

    Crouch commits to State
    Sammy Batten * Fayetteville (NC) Observer
    Two of North Carolina's most highly recruited football prospects decided to play their college football at in-state schools Monday. E.E. Smith High School offensive lineman Curtis Crouch made an oral commitment to N.C. State following a visit over the weekend, while New Bern running back Montario Hardesty named North Carolina as his college choice. Read More

    They're rivals now
    Jeremy Slayton * Sun Journal
    Montario Hardesty and Julian Williams spent the last three seasons helping lead the New Bern football program to new heights. Now, with just a few words, these long-time teammates and friends will become bitter rivals on the next level. Read More


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    Pack snaps losing skid
    Ryan Reynolds * Technician

    Wolfpack Looks to Take Out Another Tech
    Tony Haynes * GoPack.com

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    Thad Mumau * Fayetteville (NC) Observer

    Football...
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    Tim Stevens * News & Observer

    Baker joins Pack's growing list of backs
    Neil Amato * The Herald-Sun

    Pack gets big lineman, receiver
    Bill Cole * Winston-Salem Journal

    2 more players commit in wake of verbal by state's No. 2 player
    Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer

    Report: Chuck Amato hasin-house with Brent Davis
    News-Journal

    'I Just Felt Comfortable'
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    Pack Gets Their Man in South Carolina
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    Florida LB Makes Commitment
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    North Carolina OL Commits to the Pack
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    Four-Star OL Commits!
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    Wright Picks NC State
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    Football News...
    Hardesty chooses Tar Heels
    AJ Carr * News & Observer

    Vick back at Tech
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    ACC Basketball News...
    Surprising Canes off to a 3-1 start
    Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

    Duke's Randolph battles back
    The Herald-Sun

    No shades of Gray: This guy is just hot
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