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McLendon's record spared

An Orange County judge granted N.C. State tailback T.A. McLendon a prayer for judgment Thursday for an alcohol-related charge from last fall, sparing the rising junior a criminal conviction on his record. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 5/14:</b></small> <li><a href="http://gopack.collegesports.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/051304aaa.html" target=blank><b>Wolfpack Women Set For International Competition</b></a>


Quote of the Day:"Every time I turn around people are telling me I can't close, and that I can't get the great ones to come to Clemson, but let me tell you a story. We had a recruit that came for a visit and everything was fine. Well, N.C. State recruited a guy on his team and they took him up there one weekend without his mom knowing and he goes into that $50 million building and he commits to them. He calls me and tells me 'you didn't tell me anything about this building, did you see this?' What can I say, he's got me." - Clemson coach Tommy Bowden



McLendon's record spared
News & Observer
McLendon was charged Oct. 25 in Orange County with speeding -- 90 mph in a 65 mph zone -- and with driving under 21 years of age after consuming alcohol. The Wolfpack played that same day at Duke, but McLendon was sidelined with an injury and did not dress for the game. McLendon pleaded guilty to the two charges, the Orange County District Attorney's office said. In exchange for the prayer for judgment, McLendon attended driving school, underwent an alcohol assessment and completed 24 hours of community service, the district attorney's office said. Read More

Wolfpack Women Set For International Competition
GoPack.com
The NC State women's basketball team is set to travel to Italy and Greece, May 20-31. The Wolfpack, which will play four games while on the tour, has been practicing since the 2003-04 season ended and is ready to get to the competition. The extended season will begin on Sunday, May 23 with a game versus G.S. Basket Palestrina. Action continues on the 27th with a game against Esperipes BBC before two-straight games versus the Greek National Team. NC State will also spend time learning the history of Rome, Italy and Athens, Greece through guided tours provided by Basketball Travelers, Inc. This is the first time in its 30-year history that NC State is taking an overseas trip. Read More


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