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N.C. State was hit by a double whammy yesterday, losing a key member of its 2005 football recruiting class and coming up short on a top target for next year's class.

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"Jay Davis is our guy. He has become a better player. Everyone expected him to come in last year and be like [Rivers], but there was no way. But he's really throwing the ball well. He's always first out on the field to work, throwing the ball through the net, and it gives my goosebumps. He has turned us receivers into robots. It's one, two, three, turn and the ball is there." - N.C. State halfback Tramain Hall



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Bill Cole * Winston-Salem Journal
N.C. State was hit by a double whammy yesterday, losing a key member of its 2005 football recruiting class and coming up short on a top target for next year's class. Read More

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