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Web Run: Slip-ups leave Pack on thin ice

For N.C. State men's basketball fans, the highways and the hardcourt shared a common quality Wednesday night. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 1/21:</b></small><li><a href="http://technicianonline.com/story.php?id=010880" target=blank><b>No margin for error </b></a>

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School Conference Overall
Duke 4-0 14-0
Wake Forest 4-1 15-2
North Carolina 4-1 15-2
Miami 3-2 12-4
Georgia Tech 2-2 11-4
Maryland 2-2 11-4
Virginia Tech 2-2 9-6
Florida State 2-3 10-8
NC State 1-3 11-6
Clemson 1-4 10-7
Virginia 0-5 9-6


Quote of the Day:"There will always be inequity; it's just a question of degrees of inequity. It's sort of a collateral damage of expansion. It's never, ever, ever, ever going to be what it used to be. From a basketball purist's perspective, it is indeed a shame. It's just reality, so everybody has to move on." - Wake Forest coach Skip Prosser discussing ACC expansion schedules



Slip-ups leave Pack on thin ice
Ned Barnett * News & Observer
For N.C. State men's basketball fans, the highways and the hardcourt shared a common quality Wednesday night. As cars slid helplessly down the slightest incline in the Triangle, State fans who made it home to their televisions watched the Wolfpack slide on the road against Virginia Tech and crash to a 1-3 ACC record. The problem with the Triangle's roadways was a local fluke, but State is finding the homestretch slippery everywhere, even in Miami. Read More

No margin for error
Austin Johnson * Technician
After losing to Duke by 12 points at home, Julius Hodge talked about how the team was improving despite being marred in a four-game losing streak. "We had a lot of positives," Hodge said. "There are still some things we need to work on, but there were positives." The positives came through Sunday night when the Pack took care of Georgia Tech to snap the losing streak. But no positives could be found after State's 72-71 loss against Virginia Tech. Only a 2-point win over Clemson earlier in the week kept State from giving both expansion team's their first conference win. Read More


Slip-ups leave Pack on thin ice
Ned Barnett * News & Observer

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