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September 7, 2003

Game No. 2: ECU vs. WVU VITALS - 09.07
Denny O'Brien: ECU offense mired in recession
WVU feasts on "anemic" Pirates
Box Score & Statistics
Audio: J.T. and ECU players
C-USA Standings, Schedule & Sores
ECU Schedule, Scores & Links
Bonesville.net

Sunday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.07
Bonesville.net

Mountaineers add to Pirates' frustration
Durham Herald Sun

W. Virginia routs ECU
Fayetteville Observer

From The Dominion Post
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ECU's good-egg coach Thompson sure not chicken
-WVU plunders Pirates

From msnsportsnet.com
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Pirates Pounded
-ECU Notebook

From The Charleston (WV) Sunday Gazette Mail
-Marshall, Henry shine in WVU rout
-WVU notebook

From ecupirates.com
-Turnovers, WVU Aerial Assault Halt Pirates' Progress
-Final statistics
-Photo gallery
-Furman Rallies, Hands Volleyball First Loss
-Cross Country Teams Finish First At First Meet Of The Season

From The Washington (NC) Daily News
-WVU runs over Pirates
-ECU has another rough contest

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates’ home debut spoiled by Mountaineers, 48-7
-Turnovers take bite out of ECU offense

ECU gamer
Kinston Free Press

WVU smacks ECU
Raleigh News & Observer

West Virginia piles up big numbers in win over East Carolina
Winston Salem Journal

West Virginia 48, East Carolina 7
YAHOO! Sports

Next Opponent:
-South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
UM rallies with 4 straight TDs to slip past UF
- Miami Herald: Swamping the Gators

September 6, 2003

Pirate GameDay
West Virginia at East Carolina
7:00 PM ET
Greenville, NC

Audio Broadcast
Gametracker

Bonesville/Pirate Radio 1250: Game Day Live Stream - 09.06

Saturday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.06
Bonesville.net

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-PIRATE GAMEDAY- Zeroing in on Copper
-West Virginia punter hopes to put bad opener in past

Pirates try to rally after rout
Wilmington Star-News

Pirates to tangle with Mountaineers
Washington Daily News

ECU plans to get more physical
Raleigh News & Observer

ECU faces tough West Virginia squad
New Bern Sun Journal

ECU faced short week to prep for West Virginia
Fayetteville Observer

From msnsportsnet.com
-Flashback-1970
-Tony's Take
-Campus Connection

Pirate LB looking for 'Moore'
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Walking wounded ready for WVU
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From BlueGoldNews.com
-Bits and Bytes - East Carolina
-Fearless Picks - Week Two

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Soccer Battles UNCA to 1-1 Tie
-ECU Women Shut Out Rival UNCW 1-0
-Volleyball Knocks Off BSC

CFL: Eskimos show no mercy, trouncing Calgary
SLAM! Sports

September 5, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 140 - 09.05
Transition won't happen quickly for Pirates
Bonesville.net

Al Myatt: View from the East - 09.05
Fighters approach ring in BCS showdown
Bonesville.net

Congressmen tear into BCS - 09.05
Bonesville.net

Friday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.05
Bonesville.net

  Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.05
Live@5 (Chancellor William Muse; Mark Libiano)
The John Thompson Show
Locker Room (K. Monroe, C. Crumpler, Jr., K. Wiggins)
Bonesville.net

  Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.05
On Campus (D. Young, D. Robinson, K. Nealy, S. Campbell)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate GameWeek
-ECU Announces 2003-04 Women's Basketball Schedule
-Cross Country Teams Set To Embark On New Season

ECU NOTEBOOK- Pirates look to avoid repeat of last year’s WVU game
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Kinston Free Press
-ECU offensive notebook 9-4
-ECU defensive notebook 9-5
-Cameron Broadwell - thinking upright

Pirates stick with Robinson
Raleigh News & Observer

South Robeson teammates together at ECU
Fayetteville Observer

Pirate Preview
msnsportsnet.com

From BlueGoldNews.com
-Mountaineers Invade the Land of Pirates
-WVU - ECU Matchups

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-East Carolina had no interest in showing WVU game live
-WVU coaches teach the hand jive
-Big East may decide fate by November

Fear and Loathing in Greenville
The WVU Daily Athenaeum

September 4, 2003

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 09.04
'Exhibit A' hard to brush off by BCS defenders
Bonesville.net

Fight over BCS future moves to Congress - 09.04
Bonesville.net

Thursday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.04
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.04
Midweek Tailgate, featuring guest Rich Rodriguez
Bonesville.net

  Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.04
Live@5, featuring guest segment with Nick Floyd
From The Booth (Jerry Wyzig, Kyle Kent, Mike Kent)
The Fan Show (Brian Hardee, Scottie Turner, Jeff Foster)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Football Game Times Announced
-Three Track Pirates Named National All-Academic
-ECU Volleyball Looks to Remain Unbeaten
-Women's Soccer Hits the Road for Charlotte Classic
-ECU Men's Soccer Heads to Asheville and Charlotte

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates’ new kicker feeling comfortable, even under pressure
-Former Pirate Shannon back as grad assistant
-ECU women’s soccer set for UNCW

From The Washington Daily News
-Pirates can only get better
-An interesting road trip
-Chris Moore hoping for more

Pirates' passing production poor
New Bern Sun Journal

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-Pirates expect to do better against WVU
-WVU coach looking for links with ECU coach, former team

Football- Rodriguez Press Conference Quotes
msnsportsnet.com

'Aching to play'
Dominion Post

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
-Garrett regains spot in Mountaineers’ starting lineup
-West Virginia’s special teams are, at least at first glance, pretty good.

Rodriguez unhappy with O-line's veterans
Clarksburg Exponent Telegram

September 3, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 09.03
That's why they play the games
Cable 7 AUDIO: The Brian Bailey Show
Bonesville.net

SABERSLASHER: Pirate vs. Mountaineer Mascot Fight - 09.03
Bonesville.net

Wednesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.03
Bonesville.net

AUDIO — J.T. Press Conference - 09.03
Bonesville.net

THOMPSON PRESS CONFERENCE- ’I was surprised by the way things happened’
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.03
The Press Box Show, with guest Jim Gentry
The George Koonce Show, with guest Reggie White
Bonesville.net

SCRAMBLING- ECU hurries to prepare for WVU
Winston Salem Journal

Will Pirates plunder or perish?
Durham Herald Sun

ECU reacts to its unpleasant surprise
Kinston Free Press

Coaches may need quick fix
Raleigh News & Observer

From The Washington Daily News
-Robinson gets passing grade in first game
-Pirates pounded by Bearcats

East Carolina faces tall task
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-WVU's Addae day-to-day
-ECU, Bearcats- What to expect?

Big East lauds WVU defender
Morgantown (WV) Dominion Post

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate GameWeek
-East Carolina-North Carolina to be Televised Statewide by WITN
-Meghan McCallion Named C-USA Co-Player of the Week
-Volleyball Holds Off UNCW
-Instant Interview Replay- Coach John Thompson (Sept. 2)
-ECU-UNC Tickets Available as Part of Special Ticket Package

UNC-ECU game will be televised
Fayetteville Observer

East Carolina volleyball beats UNCW
Wilmington Star-News

September 2, 2003

Game No. 1: ECU at UC — THE VITALS - 09.02
Denny O'Brien: Same ol', same ol' for ECU
Long Labor Day for J.T. and Pirates
Box Score & Statistics
Audio: J.T., ECU players, & 'Shank'
C-USA Standings, Schedule & Sores
ECU Schedule, Scores & Links
Bonesville.net

Tuesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.02
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Fall to Cincinnati in Season Opener
-Thompson Available on Tuesday's Instant Interview

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Pirates thrashed
-It could have been worse ...

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-PIRATE NOTEBOOK- Shankweilers face off on opposing sides
-Bearcats 40, Pirates 3- Thompson loses debut at East Carolina

Bearcats maul new-look Pirates
Winston Salem Journal

From msnsportsnet.com
-East Carolina Preview (.pdf)
- Rodriguez Press Conf. 1 pm

Pirates a puzzle to WVU
Charleston Gazette

CFL news From SLAM! Sports
-Stamps shock Eskimos
-Crandell- game about having 'fun'

September 1, 2003

CINCINNATI 40, EAST CAROLINA 3
ESPN

Al Myatt: View from the East - 09.01
Department of defense assumes new "responsibility"
Bonesville.net

Monday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.01
Bonesville.net

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
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Dez at Pirates’ helm- After waiting his turn, Robinson gets his chance
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ECU leads series 12-3
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Hall doesn’t look at the pocketbook

From The Raleigh News & Observer
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Pirates hope changes take effect
-Townes seeks durability

New faces highlight ECU's season opener
New Bern Sun Journal

Pirate Kickoff
Kinston Free Press

Thompson era to open for ECU at Cincy
Winston Salem Journal

Pirates kick off season
Fayetteville Observer

Thompson embraces challenge, loyal fans
Greensboro News Record

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Women's Soccer Shuts out Liberty For First Win
-Men's Soccer Game Rained Out
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Photo Gallery: Pirates arrive in Cincy (8/31)
-Pirate GameWeek

Dolphins release backup RB Edwards
Miami Herald

Cards Reach 53-Man Roster, Sign CB McDaniel
azcardinals.com

Crandell gaining mobility
SLAM! Sports

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-WVU scrambling for game plan
-Up next
-Mountaineer defense needs a break

WVU in deep trouble if it has no depth
Dominion Post


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September 7, 2003

From YAHOO! Sports
-Wake Forest 38, No. 14 North Carolina State 24
-Syracuse 49, North Carolina 47, 3OT
-Clemson 28, Furman 17
-Duke 29, Western Carolina 3
-South Carolina 31, No. 15 Virginia 7
-Coastal Carolina 21, Newberry 14
-Delaware 41, Citadel 7
-Wofford 35, South Carolina St. 13
-North Carolina A&T 10, Jackson State 7, OT
-Wingate 22, Charleston Southern 6
-VMI 31, Davidson 9

From The Fayetteville Observer
-Orangemen rip Heels' heart out
-Deacons trounce Wolfpack

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Wake-up call
-Grobe 'em and don't let go
-Heels hauled down in third OT
-Change does Devils good

From The Greensboro News-Record
-ACHE FOREST
-Wolfpack defense learns ugly lesson

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Runaway victory
-High Five
-Nearly chased down
-High Five

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacons run past Pack
-Wake Forest-N.C. State postgame quotes- Chuck Amato
-Wake Forest-N.C. State postgame quotes- Wake players
-Wake Forest-N.C. State postgame quotes- Jim Grobe
-UNC unable to hold off Syracuse
-Smith pitches Duke past Western
-Appalachian ripped by Eastern Kentucky
-WSSU leads big, then holds off Fort Valley State

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Wake zaps State
-Wake Forest's physical offensive line dominates young State defensive line
-Orange outdoes Heels
-Pack back in the role of underdog
-Eagles run past Tigers

September 6, 2003

College football picks
Fayetteville Observer

Regional Gametrackers from theacc.com
NCSU at Wake Forest - Noon
UVA at S. Carolina - 12:30 p.m.
Syracuse at UNC - 1:30 p.m.
Furman at Clemson - 5 p.m.
W. Carolina at Duke - 6 p.m.

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Wake president- ACC botched expansion
-Wolfpack's got plenty at stake against Wake
-UNC, Syracuse in the same boat
-Devils look to capitalize on "season of September"
-MATCH-UP- N.C. State vs. Wake Forest
-MATCH-UP- UNC-Syracuse
-MATCH-UP- Duke vs. Western Carolina
-MATCH-UP- N.C. Central vs. Morehouse

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Not looking ahead
-Grobe beats the odds at Wake
-Wolfpack stars 'questionable'
-Lack of class hurts UNC
-UNC faculty want input on ACC

Wake fans psyched for today's game
Greensboro News-Record

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Grobe says Wolfpack fans can be boisterous
-Tar Heels, looking for first win, welcome Orangemen to Kenan
-Blue Devils aim to prove opening game was fluke
-Appalachian State, Eastern Kentucky in similar situations
-WSSU goes to Georgia seeking win

From The Anderson Independent
-Tigers don't want to overlook Furman
-
USC prepared for new Cavs QB

Groh sees old, new in Gamecock defense
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Sarge was always there to serve
-USC vs. UVA- Who has the edge?
-Three keys to victory
-How they'll try to stop-linebacker Darryl Blackstock
-A closer look at- Charlie Whitehurst
-Clemson vs. Furman- Who has the edge?
-Three keys to victory
-How they'll stop Furman's TB Hindley Brigham

From the Charlotte Observer
-Jordan rejects Bobcats' job offer
-Bobcats' loss is Bobcats' gain
-The Elevator
-Catawba, J.C. Smith stadiums debut today

September 5, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duke, UNC joined by football misery
-Heels look to take O out of offense
-Grobe brings bite to underdogs at Wake
-Duke notes- Devils rebound from Virginia rout

From The Anderson Independent
-Immediate Impact?
-Tigers' 'O' line works through difficult week
-Paladins enjoy connections to Northeast Georgia
-IPTAY numbers down in 2002-03
-Council reviews ACC's bylaws

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Southern Conference Notebook
-Protecting Rivers is Fowler's main task
-Wake Forest Notebook

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Happy for any chance
-Orange fans find it hard to ACCept

Running game to receive heavy use in A&T - Jackson State game
Greensboro News Record

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Coastal counts down to its debut
-Goodman no one-hit wonder
-Clemson paying tribute to Heisman

From the Charlotte Observer
-Basketball gave Worthy a chance, ultimate honor
-Sources- All-star race to stay put
-Panthers announce deal with Viagra rival

September 4, 2003

From the Charlotte Observer
-Davidson's 97% rate of graduation 2nd in nation
-ACC suffers through embarrassing 1st week

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Furman has had success vs. ACC
-Holtz preparing for Cavs' Hagans
-Napier knows which side he's on this week
-Holtz preparing for Cavs' Hagans
-ACC week in review
-"When I took the job (at USC), I asked to meet with Sarge. I told him...

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Tigers' duo needs to wind down
-Where footballs may fly
-USC icon Sarge Frye dead at 90

From The Anderson Independent
-Waking up the echoes
-Tight ends trying to catch on
-Clemson graduation rates on rise
-Around the ACC...

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacons' Idlette uses high gear as weapon
-ACC Notebook
-Rams Notebook
-GOOD MAN- Former Gamecocks QB climbs above adversity
-Little Big Man

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duking it out at QB- Not quite
-N.C. State notes- Blocking injury concerns tough
-NCCU striving to play better

No gray area for Wolfpack this season
Fayetteville Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack fans in limbo
-Pack playing numbers game
-Brighter days for Canes

September 3, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Wake the sleeper
-Jim Grobe's work is often overlooked
-Lineup changes for Heels
-One for Coach K- Paulus to Duke

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Banged-up Deacons, harried Heels shuffle personnel
-Freshman Thomas, former Carver star, likely to debut on UNC's defensive line
-Mountaineers' freshmen have chance to shine
-ASU Notebook
-WSSU will face an old foe in first road game
-Heralded point guard commits to Duke

Pollack comes up big at receiver for UNC
Fayetteville Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Wake has no 'option'
-Smith OK with decision
-No defending UNC's defense
-N.C. State graduation rates improve

From The Anderson Independent
-Bowden tries to find hope in disaster
-Good posture- Bowden focuses on positive aspects of game
-Clemson assistant faces former team
-Hard feelings still linger for Gamecocks against Cavs

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Bowden hasn't been able to win big games
-Bowden finds positives in loss
-Sampson might start vs. Furman
-USC coach says Big Dogs need more bite

September 2, 2003

From The Greensboro News-Record
-$2 million Kenan video board can't help Tar Heels vs. FSU
-Wolfpack hopes to export its faithful

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Wake tilt too soon for Pack
-Start at QB for Duke up for grabs

From The Winston Salem Journal
-WHIRLWIND- Mountaineers' travel schedule stays dizzying
-Duke's Franks considers wholesale changes
-BLINDERS ON- Amato says Pack won't overlook Deacons

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Change in the air for Duke?
-Buckeye talk is on hold
-Rivers named ACC offensive back of the week

From The Anderson Independent
-Holtz doesn't understand boos
-Weaver says he's clear to play
-Tigers coming to terms with loss
-Sampson returns as starter

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Apparently, Lou, fans do know how to boo
-Offense kept simple for newcomers
-Leake defends statement
-Summers' learning curve blocked by blocking

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Injuries set tone early for Wofford
-Humble beginning

UNC lands one of nation's top juniors
Fayetteville Observer

September 1, 2003

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Grobe is prepared to make corrections
-Warriors' big plays doom Mountaineers
-Bunting may change personnel on defense

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-For Aggies, Eagles, it's about unity
-Aggies get revenge
-Defense disappoints Bunting
-Amato mostly pleased by Pack

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Aggie-Eagle Classic just like old times
-Eagles' offense grounded
-UNC Monday Morning Quarterback
-Duke Monday Morning Quarterback
-N.C. State Monday Morning Quarterback
-N.C. Central Monday Morning Quarterback

From the Charlotte Observer
-Clemson's Bowden in trouble?
-Experience at Darlington never boring
-Panthers pick Kasay, part ways with Bates

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Bowden considering personnel changes
-Offensive line fails its first test

From The Anderson Independent
-Bowden to make changes after loss
-USC not impressed with opening effort
-Labonte snaps skid at final Southern 500


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September 7, 2003

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

From YAHOO! Sports
-Tulane 27, Northwestern St. 24, OT
-No. 25 TCU 17, Navy 3
-Memphis 44, Mississippi 34
-South Florida 27, Nicholls St. 17
-No. 5 Michigan 50, Houston 3
-Connecticut 48, Army 21

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Picks, drops add up to UM loss
-Slide Show: Ole Miss - Memphis
-USM: Bootleg-spiced running game timely

UH thrown for big 50-3 loss
Houston Chronicle

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Moore saves Wave from upset
-Tulane games a Tad better outdoors

From the Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald Record
-Knights overwhelmed in season-opening loss to UConn
-Berry bemoans team's lack of confidence
-Leg injury clouds Nevels' status
-Orlovsky had time to pick apart defense
-Black Knights bits

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers shock Rebels
-Great leap forward
-New mindset halts bad karma
-Tigers open up offense in win
-Tigers postgame

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Don't worry; these young Frogs will be really hopping soon
-Defense doesn't rest

Blazers ponder `what ifs' as Troy awaits
Birmingham News

From The Tampa Tribune
-Bulls Survive Scare From Nicholls State
-At Long Last, Hicks Has A Huge Night

September 6, 2003

Houston at Michigan
11:00 AM CT
Ann Arbor, MI.

Audio Broadcast
Gametracker

Mississippi at Memphis
11 AM CT
Memphis, Tenn.

Audio Broadcast
Gametracker

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-
Tommy West's task- Win some against Magnolia State's Big Three
-Dunn knows Rebs well

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers, Rebels in duel
-Mannings In Memphis

Connecticut at Army
1:00 PM ET
West Point, N.Y.
Audio Broadcast

From the Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald Record
-Connecticut tough opener
-Mason builds bright future

Navy at TCU
6:00 PM CT
Fort Worth, Texas

Audio Broadcast

Gametracker

Empty feeling plagues TCU
Ft Worth Star Telegram

TCU thrives under the Gunn
Dallas News

Northwestern State at Tulane
7:00 PM CT
New Orleans, La.

Audio Broadcast
Gametracker

From The Tampa Tribune
-Leavitt Promises Focus
-Nicholls State At USF

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Wave remains buoyant
-John DeShazier

NSU working transfers into mix
Shreveport Times

Once-bitten Dogs enjoy open date
Jackson Clarion Ledger

Nicholls State at South Florida
7:00 PM ET
Tampa, FL

Audio Broadcast

Dropping the Ball
Birmingham Post-Herald

Eagles prevailed despite poor clock management
Hattiesburg American

Jackson puts hold on his dream
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

BIG EAST CLOSE TO ANSWERS
New York Post

College Football Fight Reaches Congress
Yahoo Sports

September 5, 2003

From the Birmingham News
-C-USA PREVIEW
-Fumbled chance

Southern Miss defeats UAB, 17-12
conferenceusa.com

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Eagles bounce back 17-12
-Golden Eagles had to have it, and they got it
-PR push helps set UAB record
-Southern Miss- UAB
-Big East or not, Memphis solid on UM contract

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-More Than Nothing
-Former walk-on a starter
-Ole Miss vs. Memphis
-Houston QB one poised freshman

UH vs. Michigan
Houston Chronicle

Writer Believes USF Could Wind Up In MAC
Tampa Tribune

Army 'D' must rise to the occasion
Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald Record

UL- Trash talk led to last TD
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

D.J. finally gets to rock
Louisville Courier Journal

Underdog Demons plan to make Green Wave work
Alexandria Town Talk

College football coaches always on the hot seat
New Orleans Times Picayune

September 4, 2003

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU still hesitant to commit
-Suspended lineman leaves Horned Frogs
-TODAY ON TV

Eagles face tough rival
Biloxi Sun Herald

Brown expects better USM team
Hattiesburg American

No love lost when USM, UAB meet
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

Blazers face deteriorating Eagles
Birmingham Post-Herald

Football Team Ready To Go Against Southern Miss
uabsports.com

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Cardinals punter Tydlacka out 2-6 weeks with knee injury
-Big East nears expansion decision

Prime time is TCU time
Dallas News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tiger A.D. hopeful about future
-QBs look to teach each other a lesson
-Midfield logo not big leap of faith
-Memphis vs. Ole Miss
-Tigers-Rebels notebook
-Tiger basketball squad to open in N.Y.
-Tiger soccer coach kicks about ranking

From the Hartford (CT) Courant
-Big East Making A Game Plan
-Army Stays On The Lookout

Army must corral UConn's Caulley
Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record

Injured Wave braces for next opponent
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Tulane looking ahead to Northwestern State
Baton Rouge Advocate

Tulane wary of NSU
Shreveport Times

Leavitt Runs Opponent's Offense During Drills
Tampa Tribune

TSU, UH show degrees of academic progress
Houston Chronicle

Charlotte’s Courtney Crandell On Hermann Award Watch List
conferenceusa.com

September 3, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook
-C-USA Men's Soccer Notebook
-Conference USA Announces Promotions Hire
-C-USA Women's Soccer Notebook

C-USA News from The Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
C-USA lights up scoreboard
C-USA: Game of the week
C-USA: Players of the week
C-USA: The week's best
C-USA: Standings

Bearcats will have to wait for gauge
Cincinnati Enquirer

Scherer kicks himself after USM's first loss
Hattiesburg American

USM looking for big recovery
Birmingham News

Eagles' job is easy — find a way to stop Hackney
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

UAB defense seeks consistency
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Houston Chronicle
-
Kolb steps right up as UH quarterback
-C-USA notebook- Briles takes his offense to Big House
-Wizig's C-USA rankings

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-TU doesn't have time on its side
-Wave football graduation rate favorable
-TU's Williams returning to form

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Close call gives Frogs something to work on
-TCU INSIDER
-Conference USA Notes

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Playing with the enemy
-Tiger graduation rates at 44 percent mark
-Memphis vs. Ole Miss
-TIGERS-REBELS NOTEBOOK
-Goofy gameplan

From Tampa Tribune
-Nicholls State's Option Poses Challenge
-Close Up With Brian Fisher

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-UK, U of L not part of U.S. rise in graduation
-Louisville Cardinals Report

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Cardinals were like machines against Kentucky
-PETRINO ERA LAUNCHED

September 2, 2003

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC played on higher ground
-UC's defense was dominating

Bearcats Dominate Pirates, 40-3
UCBearcats.com

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC 40, East Carolina 3
-Hall's shaky road to debut ends with a solid start
-Wright gets scare in first game back
-Petrino outshines Brooks in coaching debuts

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-OH, SO CLOSE
-Freshman shines, despite Wave's loss
-High, low points
-SEA OF GREEN
-TCU loses focus but holds on
-Tulane-TCU statistics

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Great escape
-Patterson learns Horned Frogs have plenty of work ahead
-Gunn hits high mark in his return
-INSTANT REPLAY

TCU hangs on to beat Tulane, 38-35
Dallas News

From The Biloxi Sun Herald
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Wave rally falls short
-USM regrouping for UAB

From Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-No rest for weary USM
-Backup QB Almond returns to practice
-Battered UM braces for Memphis air attack

Coach Brown Addresses the Media Prior to Thursday's Game Against Southern Miss
uabsports.com

From The Birmingham News
-Blazers face short week
-Mullins `fantastic' in punting debut

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Dunn meets Manning in border throwdown
-Avery's a threat running, catching
-U of M worries Rebel defense doubly

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Delay didn't bother U of L
-Cardinals won with solid game on ground

QB Banks Did Well, But Can Improve
Tampa Tribune

From conferenceusa.com
-Weekend Football Roundup
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Volleyball Weekend Roundup

Spectacular finish
Birmingham Post Herald

September 1, 2003

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC wants spotlight all to itself
-UC back had no breaks, but he was never broken
-New UC receivers set to soar
-Wright achieving his dreams

UC senior- 'Cats still have bite
Cincinnati Post

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Time to deliver
-Wave awaits fans
-TCU AT TULANE

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
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What a difference a year makes for TCU's Patterson
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Hard-luck Tulane risky opponent for Frogs' opener

Frogs Set For Season Opener at Tulane
gofrogs.com

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Cards, rookie coach swamp Cats
-Shelton rumbles through Cats after storm clears
-Shelton is hometown hero — for Cardinals
-'Comedian' QB LeFors keeps things loose in Cardinals' huddle

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Cardinals load up on Shelton in his debut
-PUNTING BREAKDOWNS, OTHER UK MISTAKES SET UP 26 U OF L POINTS
-Cards' win comes by special delivery

From Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Eagles try to find positives in defeat
-This Week for Southern Miss

Special teams need practice
Biloxi Sun Herald

Blazers face short week, but Hackney in the mix
Birmingham News

Uncharacteristic Mistakes Costly For Bulls
Tampa Tribune

Offensive brilliance covers up mistakes
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Men's Soccer Weekend Roundup
-Conference USA Women's Soccer Weekend Roundup


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