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24 Questions With #24
Cover Story: Exclusive Q&A with ACC Player of the Year Julius Hodge

NC State guard Julius Hodge returns for his senior season and here's your chance to see another side of the 2003 ACC Player of the Year. Included are exclusive photos of Julius during his stay in New York City over the summer!

By James Curle
(PHOTO: Lisa Whiteman)

Julius Hodge

Chasing the Crown
An overview of the 2004-05 NC State men's basketball team

After a breakthrough season, the Wolfpack is poised to make a run at the league title in 2004-05

By Scott Vogelsberg
(PHOTO: Getty Images)

Engin Atsur

Feasting Well This Year
A look at the NC State 2004 out-of-conference basketball schedule

The 2004-05 Wolfpack men's basketball out-of-conference schedule isn't loaded with marquee teams, but it's certainly no cakewalk, either.

By Chip Bremer
(PHOTO: Getty Images)

Nate Robinson

Fire
Wolfpack great talks with Pack Pride

Former NC State point guard Chris Corchiani talks Wolfpack hoops and his current life away from basketball in this exclusive from Brett Wetsell.

By Brett Wetsell
(PHOTO: NCSU Media Relations)

Chris Corchiani

Coach's Corner With Mark Phelps
One-on-one with the Wolfpack assistant coach Mark Phelps

One of the hardest workers in the business, the men's basketball assistant coach gives his thoughts on the 2004-05 Wolfpack and long-term outlook of the program. Mark Phelps talks one-on-one with Pack Pride.

By Scott Vogelsberg
(PHOTO: NCSU Media Relations)

Mark Phelps

In the Trenches
Is the RBC Center better for the basketball program than Reynolds Coliseum?

A new feature, "In the Trenches" has Wolfpack columnists debating interesting issues surrounding Wolfpack athletics. In this issue, Jacob Crawford and Christopher Brewster debate the RBC Center and if it's better than Reynolds Coliseum for the basketball program.

By Jacob Crawford and Christopher Brewster
(PHOTO: NCSU Media Relations)

RBC Center

A Chance at Gold
Hurdler Ebony Foster has high goals

NC State's Ebony Foster was the only college athlete to make it to the finals of the 100-meter hurdles at this summer's Olympic trials. She talks about the memorable experience with Pack Pride.

By Brett Wetsell
(PHOTO: NCSU Media Relations)

Ebony Foster

Wolfpack Beats Out Nation's Best for Costner
In the end, NC State was simply the right choice

One of the nation's top basketball prospects, forward Brandon Costner chose NC State over programs such as Kansas, UCONN, Michigan, and Seton Hall. For him, NC State was the right choice.

By James Henderson
(PHOTO: Matt Dellinger)


Brandon Costner

A feature from Matt Lail, "NC State-ments," will appear in this issue.

Also, don't miss a special "Wolfpacker's Perspective" from Christopher Brewster!

The fall Recruiting Yearbook from Scout.com will also be included inside this issue!



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