RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Toney Baker is eager to get back on the
field for North Carolina State after missing almost two full
seasons with knee trouble.
The running back suffered a season-ending injury in the 2007
opener, then missed last year after having a surgery to clean up
loose cartilage in his right knee. But he said he's ready to play
and has been feeling more comfortable through the preseason.
Baker's return would bolster the Wolfpack's depth in the
backfield. Jamelle Eugene figures to be the starter.