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N.C. State graduation rates improve

The NCAA reports that NCSU graduated 64 percent of its student-athletes in the 1996-97 group, equal to the rate of the overall student body and an increase of 12 percentage points from last year's report. <br><br><small><b>Other featured stories for 9/2:</b></small> <li> <a href="http://gopack.ocsn.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/090203aaa.html" target=blank><b>O-Line Gets Thumbs Up </b></a><br>

N.C. State graduation rates improve
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
The NCAA's 2003 graduation rates were released Tuesday, providing some encouraging news for N.C. State and some disappointing figures for the University of North Carolina. Read More

O-Line Gets Thumbs Up
Tony Haynes * GoPack.com
Although it was missing its best player and playing in its first game under a new position coach, NC State's offensive line was more than up to the challenge in last Saturday night's opener against Western Carolina. Read More

Wake has no 'option'
Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

N.C. State-Ohio State tickets available
Rob Daniels * News & Record

Dandy debut for N.C. State's Lowery
Mike London * Salisbury Post

Deacons await Wolfpack' s arrival
Tom Berry * High Point Enterprise

Wake the sleeper
Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun

Softball To Hold Second Tryout For New NC State Students

Heralded point guard commits to Duke
Bill Cole * Winston-Salem Journal

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State Still in the Hunt for Brown

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No defending UNC's defense
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