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    Pack passes 'gut check'

    It was an ESPN game, on Thursday night, with Lee Corso and the guys in town and the nation watching. <br><br><small><b>Other featured stories for 10/17:</b></small> <li> <a href="" target=blank><b>Morris finally gets to play</b></a> <li> <a href="" target=blank><b>Pack Basketball takes quiet approach</b></a>

    Pack passes 'gut check'
    Chip Alexander * News & Observer
    Many viewers probably tuned in expecting an offensive extravaganza. What they saw instead was N.C. State score a gritty 17-15 football victory over the Clemson Tigers at Carter-Finley Stadium, keeping alive hopes for the Wolfpack (5-3, 2-2 ACC) of a strong late-season run. Read More

    Morris finally gets to play
    Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer
    Freshman offensive tackle Derek Morris came to N.C. State with a ton of hype in January, but his delayed debut was strictly low-profile. The 6-foot-6 high-school All-American from Huntersville, slipped onto the field to block for an Adam Kiker extra point following T.A. McLendon's first-quarter touchdown. It was the first game action of the season for Morris, who had been biding his time until N.C. State officials cleared him to play. Read More

    Pack takes quiet approach
    Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer
    On the way to Carter-Finley Stadium on Thursday night, N.C. State men's basketball coach Herb Sendek got stuck in the crush of pre-game traffic. Read More

    AP Photo Gallery -- NC State vs. Clemson

    North Carolina State 17, Clemson 15
    Aaron Beard * The Associated Press

    Box Score

    Night of confidence and doubt for Pack
    Ned Barnett * News & Observer

    Hurt T.A. helps Pack seal victory
    Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

    McLendon finally healthy
    Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

    Pack, Canes team up
    Chip Alexander * News & Observer

    Tiger tamers
    Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun

    Wolfpack stifles Tigers
    Tim Peeler * News & Record

    Disappointed Wolfpack still battling
    Brett Friedlander * Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer

    QB Rivers passes State past Clemson
    Bill Cole * Winston-Salem Journal

    Wolfpack picks off another late win
    Ron Green Jr. * Charlotte Observer

    Wolfpack holds off Clemson
    Steve Phillips * High Point Enterprise

    Wolfpack defense shines as N.C. State holds off Clemson
    Jeff Wirick * Times-News

    Not ready for Prime time
    Andrew Miller * The Charleston Post and Courier

    Tigers doomed by 3rd-down failures
    The Charleston Post and Courier

    Mill villages not part of ACC future
    Ken Burger * The Charleston Post and Courier

    Third down key to Tigers' loss
    Steve Wiseman * The State

    No big plays this day
    Ken Tysiac * The State

    State holds off Tigers
    Craig Martin * The Courier-Tribune

    Defense does it
    Memie Ezike and Matt Middleton * Technician

    Wolfpack Holds off Clemson, 17-15
    Tony Haynes *

    'Morning madness' for Pack
    Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun

    Men's soccer is turning the corner

    Wolfpack Weekend

    Dukes Has Wolfpack Among Favorites
    Mike Bakas * TheInsiders

    Heath: "I rate it a 10"

    AP Poll

    USA Today/ESPN

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    Tar Heels hungry as Williams takes over
    David Droschak * The Associated Press

    Frontline in forefront for Devils
    Lucianna Chavez * News & Observer

    2003-04 Division I basketball starts
    News & Observer

    BC doesn't fear Big East backlash
    News & Observer

    Other News...
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    Ben Walker * The Associated Press

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