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By JOEDY McCREARY
AP Sports Writer
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - The Atlantic Coast Conference's top receiver once again can try to beat teams by throwing the ball.
Wake Forest's Michael Campanaro says his broken right hand has healed enough that ``I got my fingers back,'' and that could make him dangerous as a threat to catch the ball - or throw it - this week at North Carolina State.
Campanaro, who missed two games after breaking his hand Sept. 29 against Duke, averages a league-best 8.6 catches for the Demon Deacons (5-4, 3-4). He matched an ACC record with 16 catches while scoring three touchdowns last week against Boston College.
He's also known to throw the ball on trick plays.
He has a passer rating of 412.6 after completing 3 of 4 passes last season with two touchdowns - including a 40-yarder against the Wolfpack that they still haven't forgotten.

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