Web Run: Pack is tapping Georgia talent

When Sidney Lowe became N.C. State's basketball coach just more than two years ago, fans had visions of tapping the fertile Washington, D.C., recruiting market for players.

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(As Of July 28)
ATLANTIC DIVISION
SchoolConferencePct.OverallPct.
Boston College0-0.0000-0.000
Clemson0-0.0000-0.000
Florida State0-0.0000-0.000
Maryland0-0.0000-0.000
NC State0-0.0000-0.000
Wake Forest0-0.0000-0.000
COASTAL DIVISION
SchoolConferencePct.OverallPct.
Duke0-0.0000-0.000
Georgia Tech0-0.0000-0.000
Miami0-0.0000-0.000
North Carolina0-0.0000-0.000
Virginia0-0.0000-0.000
Virginia Tech0-0.0000-0.000



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"These are very good recruits. And you can win a lot of games with those guys. But you're not going to win the ACC. With Brown and Howell, I think State can work its way back into the top five of the conference. But to contend for the championship, they're still going to need a few main men." - Brick Oettinger downplays NC State recruits Richard Howell and Lorenzo Brown



Pack is tapping Georgia talent
Ken Tysiac * News & Observer
When Sidney Lowe became N.C. State's basketball coach just more than two years ago, fans had visions of tapping the fertile Washington, D.C., recruiting market for players. Lowe and staff members Pete Strickland and Quentin Jackson all are graduates of coach Morgan Wootten's prestigious DeMatha High program in D.C. It seemed natural that Lowe would recruit successfully there. Read More

NC State Wolfpack
Mike Hogewood * theACC.com
At NC State, the buzzword is patience. It's something that's hard for the Wolfpack nation to grasp. Tom O'Brien is now in his second season as head coach and all indications are that this team is going to be better. The big question is "What will the overall record be?" O'Brien says that "the second year, everyone understands the expectations whether it's on the field, off the field, in the classroom, or in the weight room." The bottom line is that after finishing last in the Atlantic division last year, the team is picked to wind up in the same spot in 2008. Read More



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