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Wolfpack 1974: The greatest team in ACC history?

It was 30 years ago this week that N.C. State won its first national championship in basketball, a 76-64 victory over Marquette at the Greensboro Coliseum on March 25, 1974. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 3/28:</b></small><li><a href="" target=blank><b>Big four questions</b></a>

The Hodge Watch

"But unless Hodge can be reasonably assured after the June 1-2 pre-draft camp that he'll be a first-rounder, his best option would be to withdraw from the draft and play for State next season. He can pull his name out up to a week before the draft and still return to NCSU." - Caulton Tudor 3/24/2004

Hodge #31, second round
College Hoops Net

Hodge not projected in Draft

Hodge not projected in Draft

Hodge not projected in Draft

Hodge projected #46 in Draft
Draft Blitz

Quote of the Day: NC State 1974 Guard Monty Towe on playing against other great teams in ACC history - "I would like to play any of the other teams. Especially with today's rules. If David could dunk and I could shoot 3-pointers, Burleson might not ever touch the ball."

Wolfpack 1974: The greatest team in ACC history?
Keith Jarrett * Asheville Citizen-Times
But if you ask those who remember that time, the win over Al McGuire's Warriors might rank pretty far down on the list of most memorable moments. In addition to being perhaps the best ACC team ever - and certainly on the short list when the discussion of greatest college basketball squads of all time comes up - that '74 team provided some incredibly dramatic plays, games and snapshots that remain vivid more than a quarter of a century later. Read More

Big four questions
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
But there have been some important plot lines unfolding on those practice fields. N.C. State is looking for a starting quarterback to replace Philip Rivers. Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe is looking for help from a host of redshirt freshmen. North Carolina has shifted several players to different positions, and Duke is going through its first spring drills under new coach Ted Roof. Read More

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