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In late July, just days before N.C. State began its preseason football camp, senior Jay Davis was musing about his comfort level with being the Pack's starting quarterback.

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"The thing that hurt Marcus as much as anything is that the old offensive coordinator didn't spend much time with him. He didn't teach him anything." - Michael Stone (Marcus Stone's father) giving criticism to ex-NC State OC Noel Mazzone



Pack's Stone watches, learns, stays ready
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
In late July, just days before N.C. State began its preseason football camp, senior Jay Davis was musing about his comfort level with being the Pack's starting quarterback. "I still don't think I've got the job on lockdown," he said. Sophomore Marcus Stone, Davis said, still was pushing him. Stone was working hard, throwing the ball well in voluntary drills in the summer, in great condition, with a good understanding of the offense. Read More

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The key to North Carolina State's offensive success lies with its linemen. Coach Chuck Amato made that clear when training camp started nearly three weeks ago. Read More



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