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Heated rivalry gets even hotter

Amato and Bunting refused this week to rehash last year's game. "It was great to beat N.C. State right here on our own turf," Bunting said. "But that was a long time ago." The loss was the beginning of the end for N.C. State, which had started 3-1 and had defeated eventual ACC champion Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va. The Wolfpack lost five of its last seven; two other defeats were decided by seven points or fewer. (Charlotte Observer)


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