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Pack scrimmage is day for defense

N.C. State football coach Chuck Amato took a seat up in the stands Saturday, all alone, all the better to watch the Wolfpack's situational scrimmage at Carter-Finley Stadium. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/4:</b></small><li><a href="http://www.news-record.com/sports/acc/ncsu_fb_040404.htm" target=blank><b>Wolfpack offense struggles in Red-White game</b></a>

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

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"Rivers has a demeanor, a presence about him. Everyone talks about his delivery, but we have no reservations regarding his throwing motion. He has the ability to make all the throws." - Chargers coach Marty Schottenheimer - 3/30/2004

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Quote of the Day: Chuck Amato - "We've still got a long way to go on defense. But we're getting pretty fast defensively. The front four can move. Those young defensive linemen look like they're growing up. The secondary has covered better this spring than any time since I've been here. They have had an urgency to cover better. Reggie and the defensive staff has done a really good job."

Pack scrimmage is day for defense
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
Amato spent much of the time jotting down notes. Some could have been: "First-team offense fails to score; second-team offense fails to score; first-team offense fails to score ... " Read More

Wolfpack offense struggles in Red-White game
Larry Keech * News & Record
In 2003, N.C. State acquired a reputation as a "good hit, no field" football team with an 8-5 record. The Wolfpack offense often was an irresistible force that featured one of the nation's best college quarterbacks in Philip Rivers, a talented receiver in Jerricho Cotchery and a topnotch running back when T.A. McLendon was healthy. Read More

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