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The Soviet Union has long since disintegrated and Fidel Castro may be on his last legs, but don't worry, dear comrades. Socialism is alive, well and entrenched in the N.C. State men's basketball program.

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ATLANTIC DIVISION
Florida State 5-3 7-3
Boston College 4-3 7-3
Clemson 4-4 6-4
Maryland 3-3 5-4
Wake Forest 3-5 4-7
NC State 2-5 4-5
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Virginia Tech 5-1 8-1
Georgia Tech 4-3 6-3
Virginia 3-3 6-3
North Carolina 3-3 4-5
Duke 0-7 1-9



"If he [Evtimov] is the worst recruit in his class, then I will take the worst recruit every year. It's amazing. Some of our guys have been the recipients of some caustic remarks when they first signed up to play for us: Ilian, Engin Atsur, Andrew Brackman. But if those guys are the worst of the litter, we will continue to volunteer to have them on our team." - Herb Sendek



N.C. State could be improved without Hodge
Jim Young * News-Record
The Soviet Union has long since disintegrated and Fidel Castro may be on his last legs, but don't worry, dear comrades. Socialism is alive, well and entrenched in the N.C. State men's basketball program. A season after the completion of the four-year Julius Hodge regime, the talk among the Wolfpack is all about sharing, equality, brotherhood and doing things for the good of the whole. Read More

Wolfpack hungry to stop MTSU
Adam Sparks * Daily News Journal
North Carolina State's defense is good enough to pick its poison. This week, their focus is shutting down the MTSU running game. "We know Middle Tennessee State does a lot of different things and they can throw the ball and they'll try to get you off balance with their tempo. But we're not thinking about that stuff much," said N.C. State defensive Mario Williams. "The No. 1 and only thing we're worried about is stopping them from running the ball, and the rest will take care of itself. "With them, a lot of their stuff doesn't matter much if they're not running it. You just have to stop the running attack, and that is our first priority. They need to run it to win, and they've already shown that this year." Read More



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