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Pack's Dawson may not return

N.C. State linebacker Corrie Dawson, who did not play last season after pleading guilty to misdemeanor financial card theft, did not practice with the team this spring and may not return. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/11:</b></small><li><a href="" target=blank><b>Chargers on the clock</b></a>

Hodge Watch
Among those who could benefit by waiting a year... Julius Hodge, junior, guard, N.C. State. Hodge was the ACC's best player this season, but he's thin (6-6, 191) and lacks a defined position. Is he a point or a wing? - TSN's Mike DeCourcy 4/6/2004

Hodge not projected in Draft
Hodge not projected in Draft
Hodge #31, second round
College Hoops Net
Hodge not projected in Draft
Hodge projected #46 in Draft
Draft Blitz
Rivers Watch
"For their willingness to move down, the Chargers would pick up a couple of additional draft choices and would be positioned at No. 7 to draft Philip Rivers, a quarterback they consider of considerable promise. Do it, Chargers, I say – if it can be done with absolute certainty that Rivers still is going to be there on choice No. 7. I say this because Manning, no matter how beneficial those genes of his are to him, is not going to satisfy all the San Diego club's sweeping needs. This is a team that needs bodies, lots of 'em." - San Diego Union-Tribune's Jerry Magee - 4/11/2004

Chargers on the clock

Chargers on the clock
Charlotte Observer

Topping the charts: Mississippi's Manning
The Buffalo News

Skins disease for Giants
Daily News

2004 NFL Mock Draft
2004 Mock Draft
Multiple Mock Drafts
2004 NFL Mock Draft
NFL Mock Draft
Draft King
NFL Draft

Quote of the Day: "N.C. State may well have the top incoming class in the ACC. The Wolfpack has commitments from 6-9 Andrew Brackman of Cincinnati Moeller, 6-6 Gavin Grant of Bronx (N.Y.) St. Raymond's and 6-9 Cedric Simmons of West Brunswick. All three are ranked among the top 80 prospects in the country by the recruiting Web site." - N&O's Tim Stevens

Pack's Dawson may not return
Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer
A redshirt junior from Birmingham, Ala., Dawson is still enrolled at N.C. State, according to the university's registration and records division. Citing student privacy laws, N.C. State officials declined to discuss the reason for Dawson's absence from the football program. Read More

Which ACC teams made the grade?
Stan Olsen * Charlotte Observer
There's a remote chance that Iowa offensive tackle Robert Gallery could be the first pick in this month's NFL draft. San Diego has that selection, and the Chargers are reportedly juggling the consensus top four available players -- quarterbacks Eli Manning and Ben Roethlisberger, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Gallery -- in their heads. They could trade down, of course, and several teams apparently think even more highly of Gallery than San Diego does... Read More

Terrapin Baseball Drops Two To NC State, 3-0 & 8-3
University of Maryland

NC State Baseball Finishes Sweep Of Maryland, 8-3

Pack's Dawson may not return
Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

Boo Williams: Day One Notes

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