REYNOLD'S COLISEUM/RALEIGH -- Kellie Harper began her first season by going 1-1 in the Wolfpack Invitational Tournament. State won its first game against Florida International University 87-71 but lost in the championship game against Vermont University 52-47. Here is Mike Potter's article on the Wolfpack's first victory or first loss; for the story in photos, follow the page break.
KENAN MEMORIAL STADIUM/CHAPEL HILL -- It was a great day with great weather for possibly the greatest rivalry in all of college sports -- Duke versus UNC, and the Heels remained in possession of the beloved Victory Bell after UNC's 19-6 victory over Duke. Here is Tar Heel Football beat writer Jacob Swiger's post-game article or Blue Devil Football beat writer Mike Potter's post-game article; for the story in photos, follow the page break.
O'KELLY-RIDDICK STADIUM/DURHAM -- It was homecoming weekend as the Eagles defeated the Central State Marauders. For Mike Potter's post-game story, click here; for the rest of the photographs, they'll be after the page break.
WALLACE WADE STADIUM/DURHAM -- It was another wet and miserable game for Duke Football, weather wise, but the Blue Devils ended up winning 17-13 over the Maryland Terps (2-5). For Mike Potter's post-game post, just click here; for the photographs, they'll be on the next page.
KENAN MEMORIAL STADIUM/CHAPEL HILL -- It was Chapel Hill's first ever Thursday night football game, a part of UNC head coach Butch Davis' plan to advance Tar Heel Football. The Heels started off with a strong 30 minutes, but couldn't produce a "W" in the last 30 minutes and lost 30-27 to the Florida State Seminoles. Click here for Jacob Swiger's half-time update or post-game report; for the photographs, they'll be on the next page.
CARTER-FINLEY STADIUM/RALEIGH, N.C. - It was a great afternoon with admirable weather for football Saturday when Duke (1-1 in ACC) beat N.C. State (0-2 in ACC) 49-28. For the full recap, you can read Blue Devil Football beat writer Mike Potter's post or Wolfpack Football beat writer Joe Schwartz's post; for the game in photos, they'll be on the next page.