Pack to stay aggressive on defense
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    Wolfpack Defense Leads Nation

    Sophomore defensive end Mario Williams attributes North Carolina State's sudden defensive success to an aggressive attitude... <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 9/21:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.heraldsun.com/sports/18-523869.html" target=blank><b>Pack to stay aggressive on defense </b></a> <li><a href="http://www.fayettevillenc.com/story.php?Template=acc&Story=6574448" target=blank><b>McLendon looks to leave injuries behind</b></a>

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    Quote of the Day:"I talk about foolish penalties all the time. I don't like it. No coach does. But aggressive penalties, we work too hard to get our kids to be aggressive, aggressive, aggressive, aggressive. And it's about time. Maybe we're starting to play defense here." - Chuck Amato



    Wolfpack Defense Leads Nation
    Andrew Jones * Star-News
    Sophomore defensive end Mario Williams attributes North Carolina State's sudden defensive success to an aggressive attitude brought in by new coordinator Reggie Herring. So far, it's paying off. After two games, N.C. State (1-1) has the top-ranked defense in the nation. With essentially the same personnel last year, the unit finished 86th overall out of 117 Division I-A teams and 113th against the pass. Read More

    Pack to stay aggressive on defense
    Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun
    N.C. State's 14 penalties for 121 yards played a significant role in the Wolfpack's 22-14 loss to Ohio State Saturday. But Wolfpack coach Chuck Amato, while decrying what he called "foolish" penalties, wasn't about to apologize or even complain about his team's hefty penalty yardage. In fact, Amato mounted an impassioned attack on critics of his team's discipline. Read More

    McLendon looks to leave injuries behind
    Sammy Batten * Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer
    The N.C. State fans were ecstatic. Wolfpack coach Chuck Amato was amazed by the attention. T.A. McLendon was simply relieved. Those were the reactions Saturday as McLendon made his 2004 debut with the Wolfpack after missing the season opener against Richmond because of a hamstring injury. McLendon, the 2002 ACC Rookie of the Year, had pulled the hamstring during N.C. State's two-a-day preseason practices and had spent most of the last month on the sidelines nursing the injury. Read More


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