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Adding to the rivalries is the large number of graduates the high schools in the region send to each of the local universities.It is very common for students at one university to know many students attending the other local universities, which increases the opportunities for "bragging" among the schools.
Some area television stations define the region as Raleigh–Durham–Fayetteville.
The four ACC schools in the state, Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Wake Forest University (the last of which was originally located in the town of Wake Forest before moving to Winston-Salem in 1956), are referred to as Tobacco Road by sportscasters, particularly in basketball.
All four teams consistently produce high-caliber teams.
With only one top-level professional sports option, minor league sports are quite popular in the region.
The Durham Bulls in downtown Durham are a AAA Minor League baseball affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, and the Carolina Mudcats, based in Zebulon, 10 miles east of Raleigh, are the Advanced-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers.
The region is sometimes confused with The Triad, which is a North Carolina region adjacent to and directly west of the Triangle comprising Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point, among other cities.