Other featured stories for 9/24:
  • Potential remains unlimited for Mario Williams"> Other featured stories for 9/24:
  • Potential remains unlimited for Mario Williams">

    It's all about a reality check for N.C. State team

    North Carolina State is close to becoming a football program with more style than substance. If "style" is the correct term. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 9/24:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.journalnow.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=WSJ/MGArticle/WSJ_BasicArticle&c=MGArticle&cid=1031778138350&path=!sports!football&s=1037645509262" target=blank><b>Potential remains unlimited for Mario Williams</b></a>

    Newspaper logins and passwords
    BugMeNot.com


    School Conference Overall
    Virginia 1-0 3-0
    Miami 1-0 3-0
    Virginia Tech 1-0 2-1
    Georgia Tech 1-1 2-1
    North Carolina 1-1 2-1
    Clemson 1-1 1-2
    Maryland 0-0 2-1
    NC State 0-0 1-1
    Wake Forest 0-1 2-1
    Florida State 0-1 1-1
    Duke 0-1 0-3


    Quote of the Day:"They (Virginia Tech) will be the largest, most physical, nastiest, toughest offensive line that we face all year. If you're not tough up front, if you're not physical up front, you're not going to hang with this offense. It's over." - N.C. State defensive coordinator Reggie Herring



    It's all about a reality check for N.C. State team
    Bob Sutton * Times-News
    North Carolina State is close to becoming a football program with more style than substance. If "style" is the correct term. It's not fair to simply pick on a team because it lost a game, and that's not the point. The point is, the Wolfpack doesn't always get the point these days. While a nice foundation has been built during the past four seasons under Wolfpack coach Chuck Amato, it appears that distractions might be getting in the way in year No. 5. There's no harm in having a good time, but a more practical approach might better serve N.C. State. Read More

    Potential remains unlimited for Mario Williams
    John Delong * Winston-Salem Journal
    N.C. State coach Chuck Amato, whose team travels to Blacksburg this Saturday, echoed the assessment. "That whole football team, from their waists down, is very, very strong,'' Amato said. "You see the quarterback break tackles, you see the tailback break tackles. You see their offensive linemen knock people off the ball. That's leg strength.'' Read More


    Lail: Wishful Thinking
    Pack Pride

    Hokies will flex muscles vs. Pack
    Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

    It's 'Farmers' vs. VPI again
    Al Featherston * The Herald-Sun

    Historic Hokie
    Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer

    Amato trying to quell brewing QB controversy
    Chris Graham * Augusta Free Press

    Special teams play big roles for Tech, State
    Joe Overby * Technician

    Road woes
    Joe Overby * Technician

    Getting a Handle on Randall
    Tony Haynes * GoPack.com

    They Call Me Big LA
    Bruce Winkworth * GoPack.com

    Virginia Tech News Watch
    Letter: Hokies need a crowd for game against N.C. State
    Matt Payne * Collegiate Times

    Hokies hope to get big boost from little back
    Kyle Tucker * The Virginian-Pilot

    Hokies laid-back QB Bryan Randall wants wins, not individual records
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


    'The Battle of I-40' is Here!
    Pack Pride

    Men's Tennis Heads to UVA Invitational and Baylor Invitational
    GoPack.com


    Basketball...
    Strong Sendek recruiting class adds N.J. power forward
    Jim Young * News & Record

    Film Session: Point Guard J.P. Prince
    Pack Pride

    Football...
    Pack Pride Recruiting Breakdown- RB's and QB's
    Pack Pride

    Pack starting to show 4-star WR some love
    Pack Pride


    ACC News...
    Duke notebook: McCormick making most of second chance
    Bryan Strickland * The Herald-Sun

    In their defense, Tar Heels find hope
    Todd Graff * News & Record

    Deacons Notebook
    Dan Collins * Winston-Salem Journal

    Moss sparks Miami by Houston 38-13
    The Associated Press

    Tommy Bowden Again Facing Criticism At Clemson
    The Associated Press

    Other News...
    ECU attack gives QBs a defense
    Jaymes Powell * News & Observer


    Pack Pride Top Stories