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Mario Williams will wait until after the Meineke Car Care Bowl to announce whether he'll enter the NFL Draft or return to N.C. State next season.

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2005 Meineke Car Care Bowl Information

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Name: Meineke Car Care Bowl

Date: December 31, 2005

Time: 11:00 a.m.

Television: ESPN2

Location: Charlotte, N.C.

Stadium: Bank of America Stadium, capacity - 73,238

Teams: South Florida vs. NC State

Title Sponsor: Meineke Car Care Centers


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



"You have to give North Carolina State a lot of credit. They played like a seasoned, veteran, top-20 team." - Alabama coach Mark Gottfried



Williams considering possibility of going to NFL
John Delong * Winston-Salem Journal
Mario Williams will wait until after the Meineke Car Care Bowl to announce whether he'll enter the NFL Draft or return to N.C. State next season. But Williams, a junior defensive end and two-time all-ACC first-team pick, has already started the formal process of determining his draft status. Read More

Pack's patience pays off with narrow victory
Russell Hubbard * News & Record
The N.C. State men's basketball team went to Tuscaloosa on Thursday night and beat an Alabama squad that never led in the game but played like it wanted to. Alabama forward Chuck Davis hit two foul shots with 25 seconds to play to cut the Wolfpack lead to one 65-64. N.C. State's Ilian Evtimov hit one free throw and Engin Atsur two during hack time, sealing a 68-64 victory to put the Wolfpack at 9-1 overall. Read More



Pack Edges Tide 68-64
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Box Score: NC State-Alabama
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Atsur clutch as State hangs on
Chip Alexander * News & Observer

Pack's patience pays off with narrow victory
Russell Hubbard * News & Record

Atsur sparks State by 'Bama
The Associated Press

Alabama News Watch...

Wolfpack trips Tide
Thomas Murphy * The Birmingham News

N.C. State avoids upset bid, fends off Tide
Tim Gayle * Montgomery Advertiser


Amato: 'They're A Good Football Team'
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Williams will check draft
Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer

Pack takes a break before bowl
Mike Potter * The Herald-Sun

Amato's Christmas wish: A win
Sammy Batten * Fayetteville (NC) Observer

Amato: It's time to focus
Bob Sutton * Times-News

State is gearing for bowl
Hugh W. Kellenberger * Rocky Mount Telegram

South Florida News Watch...

Bulls take a break after 'feisty' drills
St. Petersburg Times

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Women's Hoops Looks to Snap BYU's Winning Streak
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Hurricanes Put A Wrap On Bowl Practice In Coral Gables
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UNC beaten in all phases of play
Ben Bolch * LA Times

Suspended Forward rejoins Eagles
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Wake goes low to top Spiders
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Miami loses to heavyweight Gators
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Past coach no trouble for Tech
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Camels no match for balanced Seminoles
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Hodge is 'at the bottom of the pack'
Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

Holt, Robinson Named To NFC Pro Bowl Squad
Tim Peeler * GoPack.com



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