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The sudden departure of two assistant football coaches at N.C. State, while unsettling during the recruiting period, isn't indicative of deeper, underlying problems in the program, athletics director Lee Fowler said Friday. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 12/18:</b></small><li><a href="http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/tudor/story/1941719p-8299630c.html" target=blank><b>Amato's program in trouble</b></a>

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Quote of the Day:"At some point, Amato has to take a long, close look at why the Murphy Center door keeps revolving. Whether his aides have left for more money, better programs, old friendships, warmer weather, lower taxes, whatever, Amato's staff has been changing since his arrival. That can't be good. Either State has become a difficult place for assistants to work or a prime steppingstone." - N&O's Caulton Tudor

Quote of the Day Extra:"I feel like I'm the best player in college basketball." - Julius Hodge



Fowler calms fears
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
The sudden departure of two assistant football coaches at N.C. State, while unsettling during the recruiting period, isn't indicative of deeper, underlying problems in the program, athletics director Lee Fowler said Friday. In the past two weeks, the Wolfpack has lost defensive coordinator Reggie Herring to Arkansas and Doc Holliday to Florida. Herring had just completed his first season, but Holliday, the assistant head coach and wide receivers coach, had been with NCSU head coach Chuck Amato since 2000 and was considered the staff's top recruiter. Read More

Amato's program in trouble
Caulton Tudor * News & Observer
So far this year, N.C. State football coach Chuck Amato has lost four home games, Reggie Herring, T.A. McLendon and Doc Holliday. That's too much to lose for a program that once had been touted as an up-and-comer nationally. Read More


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