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Some players want the ball all to themselves. Cedric Humes doesn't mind sharing with Mike Imoh.

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"North Carolina State's combination of Mario Williams and Manny Lawson could be the most electrifying and lethal tandem in the nation." - Wilmington Star's Andrew Jones

Hokies could score points
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Some players want the ball all to themselves. Cedric Humes doesn't mind sharing with Mike Imoh. That duo is currently the co-starters at running back for the Virginia Tech offense. They did fine in 2004, combining to rush for 1,325 yards and 11 touchdowns. "In practice, we're always competing, and it's a good competition," said the 6-foot-1, 233-pound Humes. "It makes each one of us better, but at the end of the day we know we're both great tailbacks that can both take the load. Read More

Virginia Tech Notes
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Given that his football team is slopped with talent and athleticism, N.C. State coach Chuck Amato should be carrying the widest grin in the Triangle. Oh, but he's not. Instead, he's had to put a lip-smacking muzzle on his fast and furious defensive line. The players in his backfield could start their own rowing crew, but they're so young they wouldn't know how to paddle. Read More

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