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    Wolfpack fans pay up

    College football fans brag about their team allegiance in terms of lifelong loyalty. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 5/6:</b></small><li><a href="http://newsobserver.com/sports/story/3568039p-3169880c.html" target=blank><b>Ex-Pack star gets shot at coaching</b></a> <li><a href="http://www.al.com/sports/birminghamnews/index.ssf?/base/sports/1083766501227590.xml" target=blank><b>Rivers' life a whirlwind since draft day</b></a>


    Quote of the Day:"They've done a good job of marketing it (lifetime rights to seats at Carter-Finley) and taking advantage of the so-called recent success of the team, but it's a short-term financial solution to funding the [stadium] renovation. I would hope that the athletic department would want to develop a young fan base, and I don't think this is a way of doing that." - Young Wolfpack Club member Kevin Welch



    Wolfpack fans pay up
    Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer
    College football fans brag about their team allegiance in terms of lifelong loyalty. N.C. State is hoping that enough Wolfpack diehards are willing to pay for the privilege of a "till death do you part" relationship with almost every available seat at future home games. Tennessee and some other colleges offer limited lifetime seating options for longtime season-ticket holders. But the Wolfpack Club, N.C. State's official athletics booster club, wants to sell lifetime seating rights for every season ticket at Carter-Finley Stadium. Read More

    Ex-Pack star gets shot at coaching
    Newsday
    Former Wolfpack standout Chucky Brown will be back in school at N.C. State this summer, beginning the first of five final classes that will allow him to graduate in December. The 13-year NBA veteran also has returned to the basketball court -- where he is learning how to be a head coach. Read More

    Rivers' life a whirlwind since draft day
    The Birmingham News
    Immediately after being notified that the New York Giants had drafted him at No. 4 in the NFL Draft, then traded him to San Diego, former Athens High School quarterback Philip Rivers boarded a plane for San Diego. "And he's been in a whirlwind ever since," said his father, Steve. "I've talked to him each night. He's been busy meeting everyone in San Diego and facing the press out there." Philip Rivers, North Carolina State's quarterback, flew to San Diego from Raleigh, not from New York, where most of the top picks attended the draft. Read More


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