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Pirates wear rally caps

To a baseball team with the talent and purpose of No. 9 East Carolina, deficits are more of a challenge than an obstacle. So it was at N.C. State on Wednesday night as the Pirates came from behind for the eighth time in their current 13-game winning streak to defeat the Wolfpack, 6-3. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/22:</b></small><li><a href="http://technicianonline.com/story.php?id=009500" target=blank><b>Wide range of choices for draft</b></a>

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"I think there needs to be a problem before it needs to be fixed, and I don't think there is right now. If there becomes one, I'm going to be open to do all I can do to get better and make it work. For the time being, at least from what I've heard, I think it's going to be kept the way it is." - Philip Rivers still having to discuss his throwing motion - 4/22/2004

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Quote of the Day: "The Wolfpack appeared to have taken a 3-1 lead in the third. David Hicks sent a shot over the fence in right field. The first base umpire, Rhett Raynor, motioned that the ball was fair. However, seconds later, after ECU right fielder Darryl Lawhorn tried to sway his position by motioning that the ball was foul, the umpire changed direction. The ball was ruled foul. Wolfpack head coach Elliott Avent stormed out of the dugout to protest the call, even having to be restrained by an assistant coach." - Controversy at Doak as described by Washington Daily Times reporter Kevin Travis

Pirates wear rally caps
Al Myatt * News & Observer
ECU's response to State's three-run fifth inning that staked the Wolfpack to a 3-1 lead was swift and decisive. The Pirates answered with three runs in the sixth and got some more insurance for a strong relief effort by junior right-hander Carter Harrell, who held NCSU (27-13) scoreless over the last four innings and struck out five. Read More

Wide range of choices for draft
Ryan Reynolds * Technician
"I'll just get down on my knees and thank God, because He gave me the opportunity to play football for a living," Cotchery said. The real question is what day he will find out: Saturday or Sunday. The first three rounds of the NFL draft will take place on Saturday, and the draft will conclude with rounds four through seven on Sunday. As many as seven wide receivers are projected to go in the first round of the draft, but Cotchery will most likely be selected between the third and fifth round. Read More

Jones, Harrell Leads No. 9 ECU By N.C. State, 6-3

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Sixth inning capsizes Wolfpack
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NC State Baseball Falls To East Carolina, 6-3

Rivers, Pack both will profit
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