UNC's Michael Jordan, NC State's Philip Rivers and Duke's Shane Battier sport their well-known jersey numbers.
UNC's Michael Jordan, NC State's Philip Rivers and Duke's Shane Battier sport their well-known jersey numbers. News & Observer file photos
UNC's Michael Jordan, NC State's Philip Rivers and Duke's Shane Battier sport their well-known jersey numbers. News & Observer file photos

UNC, NC State, Duke: The best by the numbers

April 21, 2017 10:30 AM

UPDATED April 22, 2017 04:54 PM

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  • Toy shopping with Wolfpack football

    Sixteen members of the NC State football team went to Toys 'R' Us in Cary, NC Thursday Dec. 14, 2017, for the Wolfpack's annual shopping trip to buy toys for the Marine Corps Reserve Toys For Tots campaign. The players purchased the toys, which will be distributed to children in the community, with the over $3200 raised at the Dec. 2 men's basketball game.