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NCSU-Richmond Closed Scrimmage

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State loses 63-55. Before you get too upset State fans, Richmond has two of the best shooters in the nation and is a solid team all around this season. They'll likely be an NCAA team.

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State loses 63-55. Before you get too upset State fans, Richmond has two of the best shooters in the nation and is a solid team all around this season. They'll likely be an NCAA team.

suprising, but not disappointing. This team has alot of minutes tied up in freshmen. I think us, as state fans, are waiting for this next recruiting class as well as hoping these freshmen will get solid minutes and have acc experience.

but thanks for the update, rep.

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State should be much improved next season. If not then, the 2011 season certainly. It'd take a special kind of bad coach to not do anything with the recruits coming in.

The tobacco road rivalry should finally get back to being a three team show in a year or two. I'm not a fan of any of the three teams, but it makes for good basketball.

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Richmond is a solid squad, no need to be disappointed. They're picked 3rd in the A10, which is probably the best top to bottom it has been since 2004 when 4 teams got in and Xavier and St Joes made it to the Elite 8.

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