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Disregard everything you saw on offense Saturday during N.C. State's win over William & Mary 34-24. Although redshirt freshman Russell Wilson didn't play at quarterback after suffering a concussion nine days earlier, he will be starting Saturday at Clemson.

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(As Of September 7)
ATLANTIC DIVISION
SchoolConferencePct.OverallPct.
Wake Forest0-0.0002-01.000
Florida State0-0.0001-01.000
Clemson0-0.0001-1.500
Maryland0-0.0001-1.500
NC State0-0.0001-1.500
Boston College0-1.0001-1.500
COASTAL DIVISION
SchoolConferencePct.OverallPct.
Georgia Tech1-01.0002-01.000
North Carolina0-0.0001-01.000
Duke0-0.0001-1.500
Miami0-0.0001-1.500
Virginia0-0.0001-1.500
Virginia Tech0-0.0001-1.500

09/11/08North Carolina @ RutgersPiscataway, N.J.ESPN7:30 p.m. ET
09/13/08Cal @ MarylandCollege Park, Md.ESPN or ESPN212:00 p.m. ET
 NC State @ ClemsonClemson, S.C.RAYCOM12:00 p.m. ET
 Navy @ DukeDurham, N.C.ESPNU12:00 p.m. ET
 Georgia Tech @ Virginia TechBlacksburg, Va.ABC (or ESPN)3:30 p.m. ET
 Chattanooga @ Florida StateTallahassee, Fla.ESPNU3:45 p.m. ET
 Virginia @ ConnecticutStorrs, Conn.ESPNU7:30 p.m. ET



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N.C. State Clipboard
Ken Tysiac * News & Observer
Disregard everything you saw on offense Saturday during N.C. State's win over William & Mary 34-24. Although redshirt freshman Russell Wilson didn't play at quarterback after suffering a concussion nine days earlier, he will be starting Saturday at Clemson. He should be able to run the ball out of the read-option scheme more effectively than Daniel Evans or Harrison Beck. Although Beck threw for 246 yards in just over two quarters against W&M, he will be the backup at Clemson. Read More

Favre good for Cotchery
Caulton Tudor * News & Observer
Former N.C. State star wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery needed two series to benefit from the New York Jets' acquisition of quarterback Brett Favre. Only 7 minutes into the Jets' NFL opener Sunday at Miami, Cotchery hauled in a 56-yard touchdown strike from Favre on an up-and-out pattern that caught the Dolphins' secondary flat-footed. The play gave the Jets a 7-0 lead en route to an eventual 20-14 win. Read More



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