Scouting the Syracuse region"> Scouting the Syracuse region">

Web Run: The three-headed monster

When North Carolina State bused home after losing at Wake Forest on February 10, a trip to the NCAA tournament seemed like a pipe dream for the Wolfpack. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 3/16:</b></small> <li><a href="" target=blank><b>Scouting the Syracuse region</b></a>

Newspaper logins and passwords

"When you come to college, you hear about the Dukes, the Carolinas, and you want a chance to get at them. We played N.C. State before, and I guess it didn't go their way, so they stopped that." - Charlotte forward Eddie Basden talking about NC State dodging Charlotte in the regular season

The three-headed monster
Ryan Reynolds * Technician
The game plan N.C. State implemented against Duke last Saturday in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament didn't work to perfection. Hot-shooting Duke guard J.J. Redick lit up the Wolfpack for 35 points, and offensive rebounds down the stretch enabled the Blue Devils to hold onto a small lead as time dwindled, eventually garnering a 76-69 win over State. Read More

Scouting the Syracuse region
Rock, Chalk, Jayhawk meets Carolina blue. You think CBS wouldn't mind if Roy Williams ran into his old team with a Final Four spot on the line? Williams leaving for his alma mater still stings many in and around Lawrence, and this built-in drama would be hyped to a ridiculous level. Oh yeah, and the two teams aren't bad, either. Read More

NCAA Is in the Midst of a Foreign Affair
Mark Schlabach * Washington Post

Tournament by the numbers
Mike DeCourcy * Fox Sports

65 teams, 65 storylines
Fox Sports

Region Breakdown: Syracuse

Filling out bracket? Watch these trends
Wilmington Star-News

Syracuse Regional shaping up as tough one
The Associated Press

Printable Bracket
CBS Sportsline

Viewable Bracket
CBS Sportsline

The road to the Sweet 16
Q & A With Herb Sendek
Pack Pride

Play Bracket Challenge With Pack Pride!
Pack Pride

TV preview of 49ers impressed Sendek
Chip Alexander * News & Observer

Early start, extra Day
Chip Alexander * News & Observer

Wolfpack might be shorthanded Friday
Bill Hass * News & Record

Wolfpack needs to continue to battle, says Sendek
Tommy Bowman * Winston-Salem Journal

Bethel, Collins status uncertain
Ken Tysiac * Charlotte Observer

N.C. State meets Charlotte in tourney opener
Freedom News Service

Pack prevails
Andrew Jones Star-News

Charlotte News Watch...
Charlotte gets rare game against ACC team in NCAA tournament
The Associated Press

The big bad wolf
Mary Beth Usher * Technician

Lutz on the short list for UT job?
The Daily Times

GAME NOTES: #7 Seed Charlotte Faces #10 Seed N.C. State in NCAA First Round
Charlotte Athletics

Audio: Amato Talks Spring Football
Pack Pride

Spring PC: Trestman, Dixon Quotables
Pack Pride

NC State to Play Host to High School Clinic
NC State Athletics

Amato ready for fresh start
J.P. Giglio * News & Observer

Amato brings changes heading into spring practice
Stephen Federowicz * Technician

Wolfpack Set to Begin Spring Practice

Something Special
Joe Overby * Technician

The Pack's new bat
Tanner Kroeger * Technician

Brandon Costner scores 25 points in State Championship win
The Record and Herald News

Junior to Watch - LB/DL Micah Johnson
Pack Pride

NCAA Basketball

RealTime RPI

2005 College Basketball Ratings Percentage Index (RPI)
Ken Pomeroy

Greenberg named ACC coach of the year
The Associated Press

Heels get back to basics
Robbie Pickeral * News & Observer

Duke's Dockery expected to play
Luciana Chavez * News & Observer

Deacs looking for edge
Lorenzo Perez * News & Observer

Hewitt speaks out
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Hokies oust Owls, Chaney from NIT
The Associated Press

Late shot bounces Miami
The Associated Press

Pirates' search has ACC flavor
Jaymes Powell Jr. * News & Observer

Pack Pride Top Stories