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Recruits not always won over


It's a standard throwaway line when it comes to rivalry football games such as North Carolina vs. N.C. State. The game is almost always deemed to have a huge impact on in-state recruiting. The only problem with the statement is that neither head coach buys it. "There are probably 20 things that go into a player's decision why they go to a school," Butch Davis said Monday. "Who wins and who loses the game might not be in the top 10." (Greensboro News & Record)


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