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Thirteen N.C. State seniors played their final game Saturday at Bank of America Stadium. Junior tailback T.A. McLendon, who rushed for a game-high 69 yards, offered no clues whether Saturday's 52-14 win over East Carolina was his farewell college game. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 11/28:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.fayettevillenc.com/story.php?Template=columnists&Story=6707462" target=blank><b>Once-intense N.C. State-ECU rivalry reduced by struggles</b></a>

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McLendon quiet about future with Pack
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
Thirteen N.C. State seniors played their final game Saturday at Bank of America Stadium. Junior tailback T.A. McLendon, who rushed for a game-high 69 yards, offered no clues whether Saturday's 52-14 win over East Carolina was his farewell college game. McLendon rushed for 770 yards and six touchdowns this season and was not eager to discuss whether he would leave school for the NFL draft. Read More

Once-intense N.C. State-ECU rivalry reduced by struggles
Sammy Batten * Fayetteville (NC) Observer
The last time East Carolina and N.C. State played football in Charlotte back in November 1996, a crowd of 66,347 showed up at what was then known as Ericsson Stadium. Fast forward eight years to Saturday afternoon, and the same two teams are in town to finish the 2004 season in what has cleverly been marketed as the "Carolinas' Clash.'' Read More


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