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Big test time for Pack

Final examinations start Monday at N.C. State. But the exam period for Elliott Avent's Wolfpack baseball team already is well under way. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 5/2:</b></small><li><a href="http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/college/orl-sptcoach02050204may02,1,5836290.story?coll=tf-main-sports" target=blank><b>A hotbed for college prospects</b></a>

Quote of the Day:"We've been in every game this year. We've just lost some heartbreakers. We lost three heartbreakers at Clemson -- a tough place to play -- and we lost a heartbreaker to East Carolina here and a tough one at Florida State in 11 innings." - Wolfpack baseball coach Elliott Avent

Big test time for Pack
Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun
Rain washed out Saturday's scheduled doubleheader with Georgia Tech at Doak Field, but the Pack still has a number of tests remaining before this season can be judged a success ... or a disappointment. Read More

A hotbed for college prospects
Alan Schmadtke * Orlando Sentinel
Shortly after spring football practice ended, Bobby Petrino's coaching staff at Louisville assembled a plan on how best to attack recruiting over the next month. Their solution: Send five assistants to Florida. "We're in Kentucky, but Florida's a primary state for us," Petrino said. Read More

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