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■ MEN'S SOCCER
vs. Clemson, 7 p.m.
■ FIELD HOCKEY
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Offensive line must
protect Baker to win
Game and Time: North Carolina
at N.C. State. Kickoff is at 12 p.m.
Site: Carter-Finley Stadium.
TV/Radio: The game will be
televised on Jefferson-Pilot Sports.
The Tar Heel Sports Network will
provide radio coverage; the game
can be heard locally on 1360-AM
Records: North Carolina is 0-2
(O-l in the ACC). N.C. State is 1-1
Series: North Carolina leads,
Personnel update: North
Carolina LB Doug Justice (bro
ken foot) is out. C Ben Lemming
(shoulder) and WR Mike Mason
(shoulder) are probable.
N.C. State WR Brian Clark
(ankle) and OG Dwayne Herndon
(stinger) are questionable. CB
Phillip Holloman (ankle) is prob
The Key Matchup: The North
Carolina offensive line against the
N.C. State front four.
Two critical factors will deter
mine whether North Carolina has
a chance of springing an upset
on the Wolfpack. The Tar Heels
need to establish the run, and they
absolutely must protect QB Matt
Responsibility for both tasks
rests squarely with the offensive
line. The importance of keeping
UNC’s quarterback off the ground,
in particular, cannot be overstat
“If he goes down, I don’t know
what’s going to happen,” said senior
wide receiver Wallace Wright. “I
don’t even want to think about that
at this point.”
But the task won’t be easy, not
with Mario Williams and Manny
Lawson lining up at opposite ends
of the N.C. State defensive line.
Both players earned All-ACC hon
ors a season ago, and both create
nightmares for even the best of
“This is going to be a good test
for Skip (Seagraves), and I think
we’re both up to the challenge,”
said offensive tackle Brian Chacos.
“We’re ready to play those two
As difficult as it might seem
to prevent Williams and Lawson
from repeatedly wreaking havoc
in the North Carolina backfield,
the Tar Heels cannot let the duo
run wild if they expect to have a
quarterback comd Sunday morn
Baker took several vicious hits
against Wisconsin last week,
including a blow to the ribs that
left him down on the Kenan
Stadium turf for several min
And while one can’t help but
admire his toughness under fire,
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THE LOWDOWN ON SATURDAY'S GAME
North Carolina at
(0-2,0-1) Carter-Finley Stadium, 12 p.m. (1-1,0-1)
HEAD TO HEAD
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N.C. States even after they combined for 57 yards. They'll
Front Seven: need to be much better than "pretty decent" iMiOsU
against the Wolfpack. Edge: N.C. State
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N.C. State S have to prove they're tough enough to catch
Secondary the bail in traffic. The 'Pack lead the nation in
pass-efficiency defense. Edge: N.C State
M , The team with more rushing yards has won
N.C. State S 12 of the last 13 meetings. The exception?
Rush vs. UNC's Last season's UNC win. The Tar Heels now
Front Seven: must contain Toney Baker, the state's all-time
leading high-school rusher. Edge: UNC
Like his counterpart in blue, Jay Davis (273
N.C. State S yards against UNC last year) can throw the [BjfSjlSj
Pass VS. UNC's ball all over the field but is prone to picks. The
Secondary UNC comerbacks must cover Tramain Hall
tightly, wherever he goes. Edge: N.C. State
Both teams have been fairly mediocre in
Special kick returns and kick coverage this season.
Tpamc Connor Barth has the unwavering faith of
his UNC teammates —as long as he keeps
an eye on the play clock. Edge: UNC
The Bottom Line N.C. State 20, North Carolina 9
Baker can’t keep taking those hits
if he is to pilot the offense for an
entire season. North Carolina’s
blockers must withstand the
heavy pressure and shield their
quarterback from a game-ending
or season-ending blow from
Final analysis/prediction: With
two losses already in the books,
North Carolina only now opens
the most brutal stretch of its
Games against Utah, Louisville,
Virginia, Miami and Boston
College follow in succession after
Saturday’s tilt with N.C. State,
and North Carolina might not
be favored to win any of those
In short, North Carolina
desperately needs to beat the
“To say that we’re starving for a
win would probably be an under
statement,” said North Carolina
head coach John Bunting on
But in last Saturday’s game, the
opposing team’s punter scored
40 percent of North Carolina’s
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not demonstrated that they have
an offense potent enough to find
the end zone against the Wolfpack
—one of the nation’s best defen
The Bottom Line: N.C. State 20,
North Carolina 9.
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Brooks, White net
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FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - With a
three-goal flurry midway through
the first half, the No. 1 North
Carolina women’s soccer team
effectively put away No. 12 Florida
State, and cruised to a 4-1 victory
Thursday at the Seminole Soccer
It was the ACC opener for both
UNC 4 started the
Florida State 1 scoring with
her first goal of
the year in the 41st minute less
than three minutes after entering
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The North Carolina lead was
quickly doubled in the 42nd min
ute when freshman Yael Averbuch
booted a free kick off the post
and senior Kacey White nailed it
Brooks continued the onslaught
less than two minutes later with
her second goal of the game and
the season, again assisted by
The two goals for Brooks
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give her three for the season, as
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The early three-goal lead gave
the Tar Heels (9-0) more than
enough cushion for an easy vic
In the 72nd minute White scored
again on a free kick for her third
goal of the season to put North
Carolina up 4-0.
But the Tar Heels could not
finish off the shutout. Seminole
India Trotter slotted one home
in the 76th minute to finish off
the scoring. She was assisted by
midfielder Viola Odebrecht and
defender Katrin Schmidt.
North Carolina goalkeeper
Aly Winget still registered seven
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Florida State outshot the Tar
North Carolina held Florida
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It was the first time the
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UNC in 18 total meetings between
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