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Bad economy forcing recruits to stay home


Despite the lagging economy, college football staffs are spending millions of dollars nationwide to seek out the best high school football players for their schools. But many of the players who are being recruited are cutting back on their own spending. Kareem Martin of Roanoke Rapids, one of the state's best defensive players, concentrated on in-state schools, eventually choosing North Carolina over Duke and Virginia Tech. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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