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Redick sets 3-point mark

J.J. Redick needed two 3-pointers to break the NCAA career record. Division I's top scorer made those shots and added two on his way to 33 points, helping second-ranked Duke run away from Wake Forest 93-70.

The senior got two 3-pointers in the first 12 1/2 minutes, giving him 414 for his career to pass Curtis Staples, who had 413 at Virginia from 1994-98. Staples presented Redick with a game ball in a ceremony after the game.

The Blue Devils (24-1, 12-0 ACC) are in position to reclaim No. 1 in the AP poll but still must beat Miami later this week. The Demon Deacons lost their seventh conference game in a row.


MISSOURI: The university will investigate the circumstances that led to coach Quin Snyder's sudden resignation Friday. Snyder stepped down a day after vowing to finish his seventh season with the Tigers. A report in the Kansas City Star said athletic director Mike Alden sent his special assistant, Gary Link, to inform Snyder he would not be retained.