Web Run: McCauley's helping hands

Ben McCauley doesn't know why he's equally effective using his left and right hands on the basketball court. N.C. State's sophomore center remembers using his left hand in middle school without thinking about it, even though he wrote, swung a baseball bat and threw right-handed.

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"What we need is a couple of guys to come in off the bench and give us some quality minutes. We can't have a drop-off when we go to the bench. We can't take Engin out of the game and as soon as he comes out we turn it over two or three times. That kills you. Then you have to put him in the game just to stay in it. So we need some guys to come in and do a nice job for us. And it's going to have to be - Trevor's going to have play. And Braxton (Albritton). And Brian Nieman." - NC State head basketball coach Sidney Lowe



McCauley's helping hands
Andrew Jones * Star-News
Ben McCauley doesn't know why he's equally effective using his left and right hands on the basketball court. N.C. State's sophomore center remembers using his left hand in middle school without thinking about it, even though he wrote, swung a baseball bat and threw right-handed. As the starting center for the Wolfpack, McCauley goes left as well as right, routinely burning opponents by scoring in a variety of ways: jump hooks, up-and-under moves, you name it. Few players in the ACC use their bodies better to shield a defender. Read More

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N.C. State found ways to overcome an extremely short bench in its recent victories against Virginia Tech and North Carolina. But after his team looked worn-out in the final minutes of a loss to Georgia Tech, coach Sidney Lowe might have to start worrying a little more about how much his players have left in the tank. Read More



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