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Elliott leaving UNC to be grad assistant at Arkansas State


Duke's Jones Sparks North To 34-24 Senior Bowl Win


NC State hires Marshall assistant Goebbel to staff


Duke hires Trooper Taylor to coach WRs


NC State's Meyers to declare for NFL draft


Williams runs wild, Texas A&M routs NC State 52-13 in Gator


QB Jones, LB Giles-Harris to leave Duke early for NFL draft


No. 1 Alabama beats No. 4 Oklahoma 45-34 to reach title game


Lawrence lights up Notre Dame, No. 2 Clemson cruises 30-3


Jones, Duke offense roll past Temple in Independence Bowl


Newman leads Wake Forest past Memphis 37-34 in bowl comeback


NC State hires veteran assistant Kurt Roper as QBs coach


App State picks NC State's Drinkwitz as next head coach


UNC hires Longo, Galloway, Jones for Mack Brown's staff


Oklahoma's Murray edges Alabama's Tagovailoa for Heisman


UNC's Ratliff-Williams tweets he's leaving for pro career


N.C. State's Harmon to declare for NFL draft


N.C. State, Duke and Wake Forest all accept bowl bids


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San Francisco's ban is just the beginning of a national battle over facial recognition

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