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Duke over NC State basketball notes & quotesDuke over NC State basketball notes & quotes
[Mar. 2, 2008] No. 7 Duke defeated N.C. State, 87-86, on March 1, 2008, at the RBC Center in Raleigh, N.C. Duke improves to 25-3 overall and 12-2 in the ACC while the Wolfpack fall to 15-14 overall and 4-11 in the ACC.
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NC State Wolfpack to host North Carolina Tar HeelsNC State Wolfpack to host North Carolina Tar Heels
[Feb. 19, 2008] NC State will be looking to break a season-long three game losing streak, and defeat the Tar Heels at home for the second straight season with an ESPN contest on Wednesday. The Pack is 10-3 at home this season, and in the midst of playing four of five ACC games all in Raleigh. Earlier this season, then-No. 1 North Carolina downed the Pack in Chapel Hill 93-62, to start ACC play back in January
 
2007-08 ACC basketball scheduled released2007-08 ACC basketball scheduled released
[Aug. 23, 2007] The 2007-08 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball schedule released today by Commissioner John Swofford is highlighted by 280 television appearances by the league's 12 member schools. The schedule also includes 180 televised games involving ACC teams and marks the fourth-straight year the ACC has had more than 250 television appearances and the 13th year in a row with 200 or more.
 
Wake Forest names Dino Gaudio as head men's basketball coachWake Forest names Dino Gaudio as head men's basketball coach
[Aug. 8, 2007] Wake Forest University associate head coach Dino Gaudio today was named the 20th head basketball coach in WFU history. Director of Athletics Ron Wellman made the announcement this morning.
 
Profile of new Wake Forest basketball coach Dino GaudioProfile of new Wake Forest basketball coach Dino Gaudio
[Aug. 8, 2007] A former head coach at the Division I level for seven years, Dino Gaudio brings a wealth of experience and basketball knowledge to Wake Forest. Gaudio was to enter his sixth season on the Demon Deacon staff as associate head coach. However, after the death of his longtime friend and mentor Skip Prosser on July 26, Gaudio was named the new head basketball coach at WFU on August 8.
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Skip Prosser's funeral mass to be simultaneously telecast at Wait ChapelSkip Prosser's funeral mass to be simultaneously telecast at Wait Chapel
[Jul. 31, 2007] More than 2,000 seats will be available in Wake Forest University's Wait Chapel for those who wish to watch on a big screen the funeral Mass for Wake Forest men's basketball coach Skip Prosser.
 
Profile of Wake Forest basketball coach Skip ProsserProfile of Wake Forest basketball coach Skip Prosser
[Jul. 27, 2007] Skip Prosser, who has enjoyed success at every stop and at every level as a head basketball coach, was to begin his seventh season at Wake Forest and his 15th season overall as a head coach on the collegiate level.
Also: WFU at NCSU basketball game photos - 2/28/07
 
Wake Forest basketball coach Skip Prosser dies after heart attackWake Forest basketball coach Skip Prosser dies after heart attack
[Jul. 26, 2007] Wake Forest University men’s basketball coach Skip Prosser died Thursday afternoon in his office on campus. Prosser, 56, had been jogging on the Kentner Stadium Track adjacent to his office in the Manchester Athletic Center at about noon. After returning to his office, a member of Prosser’s staff found him unresponsive at about 12:45 p.m.
 
UNC’s Brandan Wright heading for NBA draftUNC’s Brandan Wright heading for NBA draft
[Apr. 24, 2007] North Carolina freshman Brandan Wright plans to enter the NBA draft in June. The 6-foot-9 forward said during a news conference Monday he doesn’t intend to sign with an agent yet - a move that would keep open the possibility of a return to school next year. But coach Roy Williams said Wright was almost certain to remain in the draft. Wright is expected to be a high first-round pick thanks to his long, lean frame and soft touch around the basket.
 
Joanne P. McCallie introduced as Duke head coach at Cameron Indoor StadiumJoanne P. McCallie introduced as Duke head coach at Cameron Indoor Stadium
[Apr. 20, 2007] Joanne P. McCallie was formally introduced as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Duke University on Friday afternoon in Cameron Indoor Stadium. Among Director of Athletics Joe Alleva, Blue Devil athletic department staff and Duke fans, McCallie received a very warm reception during her first public appearance as the Blue Devils head coach.
 
UNC's Hansbrough named to Wooden All-America teamUNC's Hansbrough named to Wooden All-America team
[Apr. 3, 2007] University of North Carolina sophomore forward Tyler Hansbrough is one of 10 players selected to the John R. Wooden Award All-America Team and is one of five finalists for the national player of the year award named in honor of the former UCLA coach.
 
Duke's Goestenkors named AP Coach of the YearDuke's Goestenkors named AP Coach of the Year
[Apr. 2, 2007] Duke coach Gail Goestenkors was the driving force behind the Blue Devils' perfect regular season. Her success was honored Saturday, when she received The Associated Press' women's basketball coach of the year award.
 
UNC is America's favorite college basketball teamUNC is America's favorite college basketball team
[Mar. 30, 2007] As March Madness continues, one of the former top-seeded teams, the University of North Carolina (UNC), is named the nation's favorite basketball team by the latest Harris Poll. The No. 1 team for the past four years, Duke, not only took an early exit from the tournament this year, but dropped to No. 2 in the Harris Poll as well. Ohio State, another top seeded team, moves up one spot and is now No. 3.
 
Jason Ray, Tar Heel mascot, dies after car accident
[Mar. 27, 2007] Jason Kendall Ray, 21, died Monday morning at Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center. Ray, a senior at the University of North Carolina, was a member of UNC's cheerleading squad and was injured in a pedestrian/vehicle accident in Fort Lee, N.J., on Friday, March 23. He was pronounced dead by doctors at 8:38 a.m.
 
UNC vs USC NCAA Tournament post game quotesUNC vs USC NCAA Tournament post game quotes
[Mar. 24, 2007] Quotes from the press conferences following the North Carolina Tar Heels' 74-64 win over Southern California in the sweet 16 East regional semifinal round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, NJ.

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