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Revenge, scorching revenge. N.C. State's baseball team showed that the last time means nothing and a horrific third inning by East Carolina meant everything. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/7:</b></small> <li><a href="http://gopack.collegesports.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/040605aac.html" target=blank><b>Wolfpack Defense Stays True to Successful System </b></a>

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"We have all our front four back. You could replace everybody behind them, and they would still make sure we have a really good defense." - Senior Oliver Hoyte talking about NC State's front line



Wolfpack turns tables on Pirates
Jaymes Powell Jr. * News & Observer
Revenge, scorching revenge. N.C. State's baseball team showed that the last time means nothing and a horrific third inning by East Carolina meant everything. The Pirates were deep fried in Wednesday night's 11-4 loss to NCSU, erasing an ECU blowout of the Wolfpack earlier this season. Read More

Wolfpack Defense Stays True to Successful System
Tim Peeler * GoPack.com
N.C. State head coach Chuck Amato gave his new defensive coordinator Steve Dunlap one major directive regarding the defensive side of the ball during spring practice: don't change a thing. With good reason. The Wolfpack finished first in the NCAA Division I-A rankings in total defense last year, allowing just 221.4 yards per game and an average of 19.8 points per game. Read More



Wolfpack turns tables on Pirates
Jaymes Powell Jr. * News & Observer

Wolfpack roughs up East Carolina's baseball team, 11-4
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Wolfpack Score Eight in the Third Inning in Win Over ECU
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NC State Sinks Pirates, 11-4
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Wolfpack Defense Stays True to Successful System
Tim Peeler * GoPack.com


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