Found March 08, 2012 on Fox Sports South:
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ATLANTA -- N.C. State came into the 59th ACC Tournament needing at least two victories to have a chance at an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Wolfpack accomplished the first part of that quest by taking care of Boston College 78-57 on Thursday. State road the strong shooting of Scott Wood (22 points) and got balanced scoring from the other starters to dispatch the Eagles. NCSU led by just nine points with seven minutes left but quickly grew the lead to put away the young club from BC. N.C. State, which advances to play Virginia in the quarterfinals here at Philips Arena on Friday, improved its record to 21-11. BC finished its season at 9-22. Here are both teams' grades for their performances Thursday: BC offense: These kids do run the offense, and sometimes they run it well. But BC just doesnt have the horses to effectively get good looks when a team as physically gifted as N.C. State plays hard on defense. BC converted just 38.6 percent of its field goal attempts. ...
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