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For the short term, which is all that matters with college administrators these days, the ACC will be a stronger league now that Louisville will move in from the Big East to replace exiting Maryland.

Modified: 12/11/12 09:18:30 PM
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By the time ECU begins play as a Big East football member in 2014, the league will resemble the Conference USA of 2012 and the Pirates will maintain much of the same competitive company. But be that as it may, the school and its thousands of loyal, long-suffering fans won with Tuesday's news of the pending relocation.

Modified: 11/28/12 05:00:59 PM
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While you have to admire N.C. State athletics director Debbie Yow for setting a high football bar, it’s going to take something close to a charmed coaching hire for those goals to be accomplished.

Modified: 12/11/12 09:18:31 PM
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Commentary:  Tom O’Brien just didn’t win enough league games in a weak conference to keep his job for a seventh season at N.C. State.

Modified: 11/26/12 10:56:39 PM
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Tudor: N.C. State’s O’Brien enters critical point of his tenure

Commentary:  The game within the game at Carter-Finley Stadium on Saturday was the speculation about the future of N.C. State football coach Tom O’Brien.

Modified: 11/25/12 10:12:44 PM
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The day after N.C. State’s win over Virginia for the 1983 ACC championship, Jim Valvano and his Wolfpack had returned from Atlanta to a rousing celebration in and around Reynolds Coliseum. As preparation began for the NCAA opening game against Pepperdine, Valvano referred to the pending trip to the West Coast as a journey, a crusade, a quest, you name it.

Modified: 11/23/12 04:34:22 AM
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With 44 seconds and N.C. State in possession, Jim Valvano called the final timeout of the 1982-83 season.

Modified: 11/21/12 07:21:55 PM

Commentary:  Maryland athletics isn't much to talk about these days, but there have been times when the school defined ACC sports. The Terrapins soon will be off to the Big Ten. But long after they're gone, we'll remember these five teams.

Modified: 12/11/12 09:18:30 PM
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Commentary:  In less than three years since Debbie Yow left Maryland to succeed Lee Fowler as N.C. State athletic director, her impact has been quick, profound, entirely positive and probably long standing.

Modified: 11/19/12 08:01:44 PM
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The strangest of Duke's seven basketball losses last season was the one that ended it -- the still stunning 75-70 NCAA elimination by Lehigh in Greensboro.

Modified: 11/19/12 08:01:44 PM
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Commentary:  One way or the other, this will be one of those benchmark basketball seasons for folks who believe Roy Williams wins big only when he can hit opposing teams over the head with a fistful of NBA first-round draft picks.

Modified: 12/11/12 09:18:30 PM
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After last week's staggering loss at North Carolina, Tom O'Brien asked his N.C. State players a simple but cutting question. "Are you finished?" he wanted to know. In Carter-Finley Stadium on Saturday, the sixth-year Wolfpack coach got an answer -- certainly a partial answer -- against Virginia. It was not the one he expected.

Modified: 11/09/12 06:03:48 AM
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