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Wolfpack forges ahead with life after Rivers

Chuck Amato expected to deal with inevitable starting quarterback questions. Nonetheless, N.C. State's fifth-year head coach finds them slightly amusing. Amato views the competition between junior Jay Davis and redshirt freshman Marcus Stone as just one important piece... <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 8/17:</b></small> <li><a href="" target=blank><b>Brown out as Wolfpack back</b></a>

Quote of the Day:"In goaline the defense totally dominated... totally dominated the goaline. It's really a defensive drill and they should dominate it. It's a drill that you can't hide, and I like it. We're going to continue doing that." - NCSU coach Chuck Amato

Wolfpack forges ahead with life after Rivers
Steve Phillips * High Point Enterprise
Amato wonders why he doesn't get many queries about his offensive line ... or his crowded secondary, where the return of free safety Marcus Hudson adds depth and a battle for playing time ... or the receiver positions, where the Wolfpack boasts a half-dozen players with significant college game experience. "It's so funny,'' Amato said. "No one is asking who's going to be the starting right guard, that starting receiver or that starting corner.'' The quarterback spot is under greater scrutiny for obvious reasons. Philip Rivers has departed, but his large shadow will loom until Davis or Stone provide assurance the spot is in capable hands. Read More

Brown out as Wolfpack back
Josh Brown is no longer a player for North Carolina State's football team, choosing another role in the program. Brown, who would have been a redshirt junior running back, returned to the team Monday in a non-playing capacity. Read More

Camp Amato: First Scrimmage in the Books
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Cross, Covington Ruled Ineligible
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Wolfpack QBs 'neck and neck'
Lorenzo Perez and Chip Alexander * News & Observer

Davis, Stone get equal reps in first full scrimmage
Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun

Annabelle Vaughan's Preseason Diary - First Scrimmage

Davis, Stone get equal reps in first full scrimmage
Lorenzo Perez and Chip Alexander * News & Observer

Helenius' Second Half Goal Knots 1-1 Tie Versus UNC Greensboro

Breeden's top five includes three ACC schools
Thad Mumau * Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer

Costner Looking Forward to Rest
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Simmons Ready for Hargrave Experience
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Diaz to head up recruiting at Hargrave
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ACC News...
Heels' confident about '04 season
Travis Sawchik * Rocky Mount Telegram

Wake Forest coaches happy with Randolph running the offense
Dan Collins * Winston-Salem Journal

Other News...
Americans Seek Olympic Answers in Athens
The Associated Press


Olympic Medal Count

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
China 10 4 1 15
Australia 6 2 5 13
United States 3 5 5 13
Russia 2 5 2 9
Japan 5 1 1 7
France 2 2 3 7

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