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    State in position for next step if Hodge returns

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    The Hodge Watch

    "The ACC player of the year cleverly avoided questions about his future in Orlando. There is some speculation that he will test the NBA's interest by entering his name in the draft without hiring an agent -- an action that would allow him to participate in draft workouts but return to N.C. State if he isn't a likely first-round pick. But it's equally possible that Hodge will delay his pro aspirations and return to anchor a powerful Wolfpack team." - Al Featherston 3/23/2004

    Hodge #31, second round
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    Hodge not projected in Draft

    Hodge not projected in Draft

    Hodge not projected in Draft

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    Quote of the Day: Todd Stroud, the Wolfpack's director of strength and conditioning, on Philip Rivers' workout for NFL scouts - "He showed some people he's not just a big body," Stroud said. "He has some athleticism."

    State in position for next step if Hodge returns
    Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun
    The Wolfpack won 21 games, finished second in the best basketball conference in the country and ended up ranked No. 15 in the final AP poll -- the first time the Pack has finished in the Top 25 since Jim Valvano's 1989 team finished 19th in the poll. Junior Julius Hodge was honored as ACC player of the year and Sendek was the runaway choice as ACC coach of the year. Read More

    Rivers works out for scouts
    Dane Hoffman * News & Observer
    Philip Rivers posted more numbers Monday -- this time, for the benefit of NFL scouts. At N.C. State's annual workout day for the pros, Rivers bench-pressed 200 pounds a total of 25 times, had a vertical jump of 32 1/2 inches and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.94 seconds, according to Todd Stroud, the Wolfpack's director of strength and conditioning. Read More

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    Andrew B. Carter * Technician
    Artist Martin Handford really had something when he came up with the best-selling puzzle-book "Where's Waldo?" in the late 1980s. Handford, trying to make Waldo near-invisible among ordinary looking people and settings, drew his main character wearing red and white horizontal stripes. He must have known that striped-men are damn near impossible to track down. Read More

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