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Web Run: Sendek is safe as N.C. State's coach

No doubt to the dismay of his many critics and detractors, Herb Sendek has already saved his job as N.C. State's basketball coach. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 3/5:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.fayettevillenc.com/story.php?Template=columnists&Story=6874979" target=blank><b>Sendek wants easier route to NCAA tournament</b></a>

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School Conference Overall
North Carolina 13-2 25-3
Wake Forest 12-3 25-4
Duke 11-4 22-4
Georgia Tech 7-8 16-10
Maryland 7-8 16-10
NC State 7-8 17-11
Virginia Tech 7-8 14-12
Miami 7-9 16-11
Clemson 5-10 15-13
Virginia 4-11 13-13
Florida State 3-12 11-18



"Spoken like a man whose precarious job status will hardly be helped by playing host to an NIT game in 10 days. Perhaps this is why State has never sniffed the Sweet 16 in eight seasons under Sendek. Unlike his neighbors at Duke and North Carolina and now Wake Forest, Sendek isn't plotting a path toward national glory. He's looking for loopholes to alleviate the pressure." - Fayetteville Observer's Dan Wiederer commenting on Herb Sendek's proposal to expand the NCAA field to 128 teams



Despite legions of doubters, Sendek is safe as N.C. State's coach; NCAA bid is now the question
John Delong * Winston-Salem Journal
No doubt to the dismay of his many critics and detractors, Herb Sendek has already saved his job as N.C. State's basketball coach. The Wolfpack's mini-run over the past two weeks, in which it has won four of the past five, has muffled - if not silenced - the angry mob that has been wanting to run Sendek out of town for years. Read More

Sendek wants easier route to NCAA tournament
GoPack.com
Knock, knock, knock. Can you hear that? It's the sound of N.C. State and Georgia Tech and Maryland and Miami beating on the door of the NCAA tournament. As it stands now, none of those teams can finish above .500 in the ACC, giving the NCAA selection committee a migraine as it sketches out its brackets. N.C. State coach Herb Sendek has a simple solution: Just double the tournament field Read More



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