Will the NCSU BB team EVER learn how to beat Carolina?

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  • 86WolfAlum Jan 28, 2013
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    Beat a 6, 3, and took the 2 seed to the wire (loss by 3) which then whipped your NBA squad by 13...yeah real good bracket you freakin d****e; AGAIN displaying your walmarter intelligence or lack thereof........

  • pack9183 Jan 27, 2013
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    Didn't the Pack just beat you guys yesterday?

  • rgp677 Jan 27, 2013
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    Pansies should just pray for a nit bracket!

  • The Favorite Jan 27, 2013
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    The outcome in the Dean Dome will tell a lot about the wolfers. They definitely have more talent but I think we still beat them at home. W/o their crowd at home state kollege is a different team. Nowhere near as effective as seen by MD, and Weak Forest! The 3 upcoming games could easily yield another 2 losses for their ACC record. The we will give them another. That would be 5 ACC losses there and maybe some upsets to increase that number. The inability to play on the road well asn the way they blew an 18 point lead at WF and then let us come back from 28 down to 5 is a bad combination for the upcoming NCAA tiurney also. They better pray for a good bracket like they got last year!

  • mrwuf2012 Jan 27, 2013
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    bump

  • Lost and Loaded Jan 26, 2013
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    I know the game is being player at Zeller Indoor arena, so advantage 'heels. Also none of the players on the NCSU BB team have EVER beaten Carolina -- has to weigh heavy on them.

    14 in a row?

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