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Camp O'Brien: Pack Holding Up In Heat

RALEIGH, N.C. -- NC State's second practice came in 90+ degree weather and most would expect some players at this stage of fall camp to struggle but head coach Tom O'Brien believes his players have handled the heat well thus far.

"They did a good job today, said O'Brien. "We conditioned them pretty hard at the end. They've done a good job, and they have to continue. "You've got to eat right, you've got to drink a lot of fluids, you've got to sleep right, and you've got to take care of your body." The heat doesn't appear to be a concern for O'Brien, as it is a factor that can't be controlled. "You can't worry about...

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