Web Run: Amato hopes for strength on both sides

Chuck Amato is determined N.C. State will not become a tale of two teams in 2005. The Wolfpack's sixth-year head coach is keenly aware the Wolfpack led the nation in total defense last season. He's equally aware that offensive inconsistency and mistakes were culprits in a disappointing 5-6 finish that left State out of a bowl game for the first time since 1999.

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Amato hopes for strength on both sides of the ball
Steve Phillips * High Point Enterprise
But Amato bristles when media and fans attempt to play the defensive unit against the offensive unit, and he doesn't want his players buying into such talk either. A gag order that prevents defensive linemen from speaking with the media has remained in place since last April's spring game. Amato apparently did not care for some of the swagger a few of those players displayed in pre-game interviews. Read More

Ex-Ashley star Neal shows his versatility
Andrew Jones * Star-News
North Carolina State football coach Chuck Amato may not be ready to publicly say whether or not former Ashley star Levin Neal will see time as a true freshman this fall, but he is willing to sing Neal's praises. Read More



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