(December 29, 2005) Charlotte, NC -- After a one hour-45 minute practice at Providence Day School this morning, it was off to Lowe's Motor Speedway this afternoon, where almost every South Florida player and several coaches each took three laps around the track at 160 miles per hour. Head coach Jim Leavitt competed with NC State head coach Chuck Amato in a tire changing competition with Amato taking the title after Leavitt refused all offers for practice time.
Friday brings Media Day and a team luncheon, followed by a brief walk-through at Bank of America Stadium where the Bulls and Wolfpack meet Saturday at 11 a.m. on ESPN2.
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