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Web Run: Sorry folks, Herb isn't going anywhere

If there's one thing I've learned during my 10-plus years at The Fayetteville Observer, it's that no one in this area is as passionate about the way they follow their team as those who pull for N.C. State. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 2/13:</b></small><li><a href="http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=13949182&BRD=1332&PAG=461&dept_id=414365&rfi=6" target=blank><b>Free-falling Wolfpack plays mind games</b></a>

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School Conference Overall
Wake Forest 9-2 21-3
North Carolina 8-2 19-3
Duke 8-3 18-3
Maryland 6-5 15-7
Miami 6-5 15-7
Georgia Tech 5-5 14-7
Virginia Tech 5-6 12-10
Virginia 4-7 13-9
NC State 3-7 13-10
Florida State 3-8 11-13
Clemson 2-9 11-12


Quote of the Day: "But I've got bad news for Danny and all you other passionate, frustrated Wolfpackers out there. Herb isn't going anywhere right now, unless he chooses to get out while the gettin's good and leave on his own. Whether you want to hear this or not, Donald Trump has a better chance of getting fired by one of own his apprentices then Sendek does at N.C. State." - Fayetteville Observer's Brett Friedlander



Sorry folks, Herb isn't going anywhere
Brett Friedlander * Fayetteville (NC) Observer
If there's one thing I've learned during my 10-plus years at The Fayetteville Observer, it's that no one in this area is as passionate about the way they follow their team as those who pull for N.C. State. And nothing fires the Wolfpack Nation up more than the subject of men's basketball coach Herb Sendek. The point has been driven home again since the column I wrote following State's 95-71 humiliation at the hands of rival North Carolina on Feb. 3. In that column, I asked what the Wolfpack needed to do, and fast, to keep its season from imploding like an old building set for demolition. Read More

Free-falling Wolfpack plays mind games
Steve Phillips * High Point Enterprise
It was difficult to tell who played the bigger mind game Thursday night. Keeping Julius Hodge benched for the first 10 minutes of N.C. State's Atlantic Coast Conference basketball game at Wake Forest will either pay dividends for head coach Herb Sendek or send an already shaky season into turmoil. Read More


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Sorry folks, Herb isn't going anywhere
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