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Ex-Pack star has good day

With thousands of golf fans clamoring about Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Tiger Woods on Saturday at the U.S. Open, Tim Clark was able to play in relative anonymity. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 6/20:</b></small> <li><a href="http://gopack.collegesports.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/061804aaa.html" target=blank><b>NC State Football Prospectus: Defensive Line</b></a>


Quote of the Day:"They don't even know who I am, really. I can step under the radar." - Tim Clark, 28, the 1997 ACC player of the year for the Wolfpack, after shooting 66 at the Masters



Ex-Pack star has good day
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
"They don't know who I am, really," he said of the galleries at Shinnecock Hills. "I can step under the radar." Not anymore. The former N.C. State star shot a 4-under-par 66 in the third round. It was the day's best score, one that lifted him from 3 over par to 1 under for the tournament and onto the leaderboards -- with the red number that designates a sub-par round. Read More

NC State Football Prospectus: Defensive Line
GoPack.com
A former linebacker, NC State head coach Chuck Amato gets a gleam in his eye when he discusses his 2004 defensive unit. The group boasts more experience than in Amato's previous campaigns, with six seniors and four juniors penciled in as possible starters. Read More


NC State-ECU Game Time Set for 1 PM
ECUPirates.com

TimClark four shots off lead
Todd Graff * News & Record


Future stars learn life skills at camp
Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer

NBA Camp: J.P. Prince Update
The Insiders

NBA Camp: Day One News and Notes
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ACC News...
ACC players, coaches enjoy special summer
Steve Phillips * High Point Enterprise

Other News...
Tiger Woods: 'I Can Still Win' U.S. Open
The Associated Press

College basketball sees solutions
Tom Berry * High Point Enterprise


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