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At 5-5 in the ACC and with four straight road losses in conference, N.C., State is at a crossroads heading into its game Sunday at Clemson.Modified: 02/10/13 09:02:20 PM
ACC Notebook: Almost nothing that was predicted in the preseason has become a reality. Starting with the ACC player of the year. Halfway through the season, its Dukes Mason Plumlee.Modified: 02/09/13 10:38:18 PM
N.C. State squandered a 20-point lead at Duke last season, a loss its veteran players said helped them grow up.Modified: 02/08/13 08:08:26 AM
It is not hard to imagine that the first meeting between Duke and N.C. State might have had a different conclusion had Seth Curry not slipped on a wet spot on the PNC Arena floor last month.Modified: 02/08/13 04:44:02 AM
Some Duke fans taunted N.C. State freshman Tyler Lewis about his late grandmother in Thursday's game, Lewis' father said Friday.Modified: 02/08/13 11:36:40 AM
The Duke Blue Devils dominated N.C. State in the first half, then weathered a Wolfpack rally to pull out a 98-85 ACC basketball win at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham.Modified: 02/08/13 09:22:23 PM
Signing Day for N.C. State Football: Dave Doeren spared no detail from his first Signing Day with N.C. State.Modified: 02/07/13 11:05:54 AM
There might be a curse or some form or voodoo at work, N.C. State’s Scott Wood suggested, against point guards in the Triangle.Modified: 02/06/13 09:56:18 PM
New North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren worked fast in his first few weeks on the job to hire a staff and get on the recruiting trail.Modified: 02/06/13 07:58:15 PM
Duke finally figured out how to play without Ryan Kelly. North Carolina State might have to do the same if Lorenzo Brown isn't healthy yet.Modified: 02/06/13 06:23:30 PM
Football signees announced Wednesday by North Carolina State, with name, position, height, weight, school and hometown:Modified: 02/06/13 06:13:13 PM
Duke has found its footing after a slide started by Ryan Kelly's foot injury. Thursday the Blue Devils take on N.C. State, which is dealing with a key injury to standout point guard Lorenzo Brown.Modified: 02/06/13 03:33:10 AM
N.C. State can only hope Dave Doeren works as quickly in the win-loss column. The first-year coach made over his first recruiting class in less than two months on the job. N.C. State signed 23 recruits and added two transfers on Signing Day on Wednesday; 13 of the 25 new players committed after Doeren was hired to replace Tom O'Brien on Dec. 1.Modified: 02/06/13 03:47:52 PM
No one expected Miami to be atop the ACC standings in February, but at 8-0, the Hurricanes are winning games - and even selling tickets. Miami has been perfect in ACC play, including a blowout home win over Duke as well as wins at North Carolina and N.C. State.Modified: 02/05/13 08:25:21 PM
NC State's Tyler Lewis tried to stay positive as his role on the Wolfpack basketball team was reduced and his minutes disappeared.Modified: 02/04/13 07:21:46 AM
First, N.C. State played with a palpable intensity and desperation on Saturday in a game, arguably for the first time all season, it wasn't supposed to win. These two points are obviously connected.Modified: 02/03/13 12:03:01 PM
Commentary: The best ACC basketball game of the season to this point ended Saturday in the PNC Arena with N.C. State losing a battle, but possibly winning a war.Modified: 02/03/13 12:03:01 AM
Miami's Reggie Johnson tipped in a missed shot with 0.8 seconds left to give the No. 14 Hurricanes a 79-78 ACC basketball win over the NC State Wolfpack at PNC Arena in Raleigh.Modified: 02/03/13 10:24:20 PM
N.C. State basketball legend Dereck Whittenburg broke his right foot but returned to lead the Wolfpack to the 1983 NCAA title. He says the current team will learn about itself if Lorenzo Brown cant play Saturday against Miami.Modified: 02/02/13 07:48:19 PM
While the status of NC State point guard Lorenzo Brown is still in question, freshmen Rodney Purvis and Tyler Lewis are ready to fill the void for the Wolfpack.Modified: 02/01/13 05:38:21 AM
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The Carolina Hurricanes are no longer winless. In fact, the Canes have a win over the defending Stanley Cup champions. Joni Pitkanen, Anthony Stewart and Jiri Tlusty scored the goals and Cam Ward got the job done in net Wednesday as the Canes topped the Boston Bruins 3-2 at the RBC Center. Ward ...