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September 14, 2003

Game No. 1: ECU at Miami VITALS - 09.14
— Denny O'Brien: J.T.'s role increasing in significance
— Hurricanes blow past pesky 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 - 09.14
Bonesville.net

Linkmeister Note: Last time the Pirates were 0-3 was 1986

’Canes too much for Pirates
Greenville Daily Reflector

Canes pull away
Raleigh News & Observer

Miami sleepwalks past ECU
Durham Herald Sun

Canes Cruise Over ECU, 38-3
hurricanesports.com

From The South Florida Sun Sentinel
-UM defense steals the ball and spotlight in rout
-PHOTO GALLERY- ECU vs. UM
-Tough going for Winslow

From The Miami Herald
-Defense punctuates UM's win
-Photo Gallery | East Carolina vs. Miami
-Game Summary | East Carolina vs. Miami
-Perfect night for UM to be lethargic
-UM trio makes most of chance

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Battle No. 2 Miami Tough Through Three Quarters
-Men's Tennis Wraps Up ECU Invitational
-Cross Country Teams Capture Dual Meet
-Elon, Liberty Top Volleyball

September 13, 2003

Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 09.13
— Pirates closing in on N.J. backcourt star
Bonesville.net

Chancellor's term reaches abrupt conclusion - 09.13
Bonesville.net

J.T. gets another crack at Miami - 09.13
Bonesville.net

Saturday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.13

Pirate GameDay
East Carolina at Miami
7:00 PM ET (ESPN2)
Miami, FL

Audio Broadcast
Gametracker

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Tough start gets tougher
-Muse resigns top job at ECU
-Muse's tenure

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU Chancellor Muse resigns
-Students and staff members show mixed feelings on leave
-ECU flight delayed as plane above sees navigational instruments fail

Pirate Preview
New Bern Sun Journal

Pirates square off with Hurricanes
Washington Daily News

Coker seeks better D tonight, as in decorum
Miami Herald

From The South Florida Sun Sentinel
-Mismatch Saturday
-College football previews

Weekend preview- History in the making
YAHOO! Sports

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Make Special Visit on Trip to Miami
-Road trip photo gallery
-Men's Soccer Tops High Point, 3-1
-Women's Soccer Falls to No. 6 Florida, 2-1

September 12, 2003

ECU administration under scrutiny - 09.12
Bonesville.net

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-
ECU trustees review chancellor
-ECU Notebook

Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.12
— On Campus (G. Pierce, D. Duckett, T. Copper, L. Shannon)
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.12
— The John Thompson Show
— Locker Room (K. Monroe, K. Wiggins, C. Crumpler, Jr.)
Bonesville.net

Damane Man on Defense
ecupirates.com

ECU NOTES- Pickett set to return
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates are staying confident
New Bern Sun Journal

ECU prepares for its biggest storm
Kinston Free Press

September 11, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 142 - 09.11
— Thompson has Pirates on three-step plan
Bonesville.net

Thursday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.11
Bonesville.net

Lee Allen, Greenville: Letter to The Editor - 09.11
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.11
— Midweek Tailgate (guest Miami head coach Larry Coker)
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.11
— The Fan Show (guests S. Lanier, G. Alford, E. Rivenbark)
— From The Booth (guests J. Segaki, B. Fulton, J. Cox)
Bonesville.net

Pirates’ defense will have hands full against No. 2 Canes
Greenville Daily Reflector

OOPS- Turnovers, defense hurting Pirates
Winston Salem Journal

Pirates need to get ground game working
New Bern Sun Journal

From Kinston Free Press
-Terrance Copper - Come out with your hands up
-ECU defense still at it

Top 25 capsules
CBS Sportsline

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Soccer Shuts Out Campbell
-Women's Soccer Travels to Face Nationally Ranked Florida
-WWE Comes to Minges on Monday

September 10, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 09.10
— Bright spots becoming scarce
Bonesville.net

SABERSLASHER: Pirate vs. Ibis Mascot Fight - 09.10
Bonesville.net

Powwow over BCS inconclusive - 09.10
Bonesville.net

Wednesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.10
Bonesville.net

Greg Zittel, NYC: Letter to The Editor - 09.10
Bonesville.net

  AUDIO — J.T. Press Conference - 09.10
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.10
— The Press Box, with guests Jim Gentry & Kevin Wiggins
— The George Koonce Show, with guest Ed Emory
— Sportsline, with guests Denny O'Brien & Marissa Silvera

From ecupirates.com
-Volleyball Falls at Duke
-Men's Tennis Opens This Weekend
-Instant Interview Replay- John Thompson (Sept. 9)

Pirates tackling a big challenge
Durham Herald Sun

ECU prepares for its biggest storm
Kinston Free Press

ECU braces for Miami
Greenville Daily Reflector

From The Washington Daily News
-Copper leads nation in receptions
-Pirates ready to face No. 2 Hurricanes

Receiver carrying ECU's offense
Charlotte Observer

No. 2 Miami Preparing For Pirate Invasion
hurricanesports.com

Marc Lawrence handicaps the Big East
collegefootballnews.com

Receiver Hester sits out; tackle Joseph practices
Miami Herald

ECU Alum: This is Wayne Bolt, crazy and calm
Birmingham Post-Herald

September 9, 2003

Al Myatt: View from the East - 09.09
— Pirate Nation stares at reality nine months later
Bonesville.net

Tuesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.09
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.09
— Brian Bailey Show, featuring guest Jerry McManus
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate GameWeek
-Thompson on Instant Interview This Morning
-Jannusch Named C-USA Volleyball Player of the Week
-Women's Soccer Claims Charlotte Classic Championship
-Late Charlotte Score Knocks Off Men's Soccer

Punchless Pirates
Fayetteville Observer

Pirates focus on Pirates in preparation for Canes
Greenville Daily Reflector

Miami's Hester could miss game against East Carolina
YAHOO! Sports

Berlin- I didn't hear the fans booing
Miami Herald

From The South Florida Sun-Sentinel
-Non-BCS, BCS schools to talk more
-Berlin's air lift raises total of UM believers
-Kick returner honored - and injured

September 8, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 141 - 09.08
— Thompson faces tougher task than winning
Bonesville.net

Campus in a dither as Deacs crack Top 25 - 09.08
Bonesville.net

Monday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.08
Bonesville.net

ECU women win Charlotte Classic
Charlotte Observer

ECU now focused on No. 2 Miami
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates feeling black and blue
Washington Daily News

From The New Bern Sun Journal
-Havelock's Bland, Moore bright spots for ECU
-Thompson says Robinson 'is our quarterback' after second-straight big loss

UM is No. 2, but Coker cites flaws
Miami Herald

Linkmeister Note: Top Five Worst ECU Losses since 1980

Sept. 20 1980

at Florida State (50,547)

7-63

Sept. 12 1981

at North Carolina (51,300)

0-56

Oct. 3, 1987

at West Virginia (36,630)

0-49

Oct. 4 1997

at Syracuse (44,054)

0-56

Oct. 24 1998

at Southern Mississippi (24,020)

7-41

Game-by-Game, Decade by Decade Records Since 1932
Bonesville.net

Marshall's arm guides WVU past East Carolina, 48-7
Bonesville.net

Airing it out adds fresh dimension
The WVU Daily Athenaeum

On the plus side- tailback depth
Charleston (WV) Gazette

CFL: Heroes to zeroes
SLAM! Sports


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September 14, 2003

From The Fayetteville Observer
-Instant classic
-McLendon plays through the pain
-Finding solace in a good fight

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Inches short
- State's goal-line calls don't surprise OSU
- McLendon 'sore all over'
- N.C. State QB Philip Rivers: Toughest loss of my career
- N.C. State coach Chuck Amato: Wolfpack didn't quit

-Duke streaks on
-Wolfpack's 2004 class taking shape

Another fantastic OSU finish
Cincinnati Enquirer

From The Winston Salem Journal
-WFU unable to capitalize on late turnover by Purdue
-Blitz puts Deacs behind eight ball
-Wake Forest-Purdue postgame quotes- Wake players
-Wake Forest-Purdue postgame quotes- Jim Grobe

From The Greensboro News Record
-Last play doesn't add up for Deacs
-Purdue spoils Wake's party

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Heartbreak at horseshoe
-Rivers always gives you chance
-Showcase of senior smarts
-Pack defense- These kids are all right
-Devils finally win a close one

Duke spoils Rice rally by winning in OT
Houston Chronicle

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Not even close
-Gamecock quarterbacks left Greene with envy
-No huddle needed
-Tears turn to cheers as Tiger fans remember Phillips

From The Anderson Independent
-Changes help Tigers win
-Currie has career day vs. MTSU
-Whitehurst thrives in Tigers' return to no-huddle offense
-QB controversy brewing at USC
-Gamecock offense needs to make changes

September 13, 2003

College football picks
Fayetteville Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-It's game time
-13th may be lucky for Pack
-McLendon still ailing
-Pack adds basketball recruit
-Deacs' 'D' not getting its due
-Family, colleagues remember Tigers' 'Voice'

From The Durham Herald Sun
-The arrival?
-N.C. State notebook- Buckeyes banking on seeing McLendon
-Duke out to break wishbone
-Colleges- UNC adds William & Mary to football schedule for '04

From The Charlotte Observer
-Monumental opportunity for Wolfpack
-Wellman pulls strings that put Wake on map

From The Anderson Independent
-Clemson looking to finish game strong this week
-Holtz prepares for Bulldogs' two-QB system
-Richt, Greene will finally solve USC defense

September 12, 2003

From The Raleigh News & Observer
- Pack- no fear of OSU
- Rivers facing a big game
-Two coaches, a siimilar path
-Heels' May says foot feels fine
-Duke RB feeling hamstrung

From The Winston Salem Journal
-A State-ment Game
-Grobe asked about 'out' in his contract
-Nichols delivers early for Deacons

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Fowler tackling Duke milestones
-N.C. State notebook- OSU coach familiar with Rivers' magic
-'He Hate Me' Catching on in Carolina

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Pinnock's fumble still a hot topic
-Holtz cuts practice short
-Joint stadium is win-win for USC and Bombers
-Henry masters the demands of class, practice

From The Anderson Independent
-Around the ACC...
-Coming full circle
-Broadcast will be filled with tributes to Phillips
-Undersized Hill climbs to top of ACC

From The Greensboro News-Record
-OSU isn't crying Wolf
-Aggies all business in Vegas Classic

From The Charlotte Observer
-MATCHUPS | No. 24 N.C. State @ No. 3 Ohio State
-Pack prefers to hunt, not to be hunted
-Scoring with college gear
-Wife of Jarrett's crew chief dies in crash

From The Houston Chronicle
-Rice vs. Duke
-Purdue vs. Wake Forest
-NC State vs. Ohio State

September 11, 2003

Small school coming up big in football - 09.11
Bonesville.net

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Remember Me?
-ACC Notebook
-LONG ROAD- Ex-State coach now at OSU
-Buckeyes suspend Clarett for season
-Winston-Salem State notebook
-ACC begins talks on scheduling

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-The money gap
- Football revenue
- McLendon practices, still listed as doubtful
-ACC still looking at skeds
-UNC defense playing for jobs

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Philip's trophy case
-Rivers, Pack looking for luck at Ohio State's 'horseshoe'
-Duke notebook- Franks mum on starting quarterback

Tailback's snooze was wake-up call
Charlotte Observer

From The Wilmington Star-News
-Bracket Buster field includes UNCW
-Some tickets for UNCW-UNC will be available
-Doherty sees coaching in his future

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Vandy's changes surprise coach
-Pollack's big play will be remembered a long time
-Littlejohn harbors no ill will

From The Fayetteville Observer
-Rivers in Heisman race with fast start
-Jackson hopes to spark Wolfpack

The blame game
Chapel Hill News

September 10, 2003

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Silence falls over Tigers sports
-Phillips was most at home behind the mic
-Voice of the Tigers left indelible mark with fans
-Phillips represented a vanishing breed
-Tigers note officiating problems
-Little talk, all action
-Schedule gives squad time to mature
-USC basketball schedule (2003-2004)

From The Anderson Independent
-Umpire Amato has run-ins with Pugh
-Holtz may employ odd measures to stop drops
-Friends remember Phillips
-Tigers unsure who will be new voice

Holtz is stirring the plot
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From The Charlotte Observer
-Caution grows at Wake Forest
-Wolfpack already leading Ohio St.

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Nowhere to run
-Boyhood rivals finally face off
-Athletes warned of gambling's peril

From The Fayetteville Observer
-No. 20 Wake Forest draws highest ranking in 24 years
-Recruiting- Two-sport star picks Tar Heels

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Keeping It In Perspective
-Deacons Football Notebook
-Pack's Golden will face familiar foe
-BREATHER- UNC hoping to put open date to good use
-PUFFED UP- UNC turns to freshman Thomas

From The Greensboro News-Record
-Win raises Deacs profile
-Big-name backs out of action

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Tressel focuses on Pack
- N.C. State tries to get running game in gear
- NCSU's Morris keeping quiet
-Deacs delight in glow
-Georgetown point guard transfers to College of Charleston

September 9, 2003

From The Anderson Independent
-
Holtz concerned about UGA, but Gamecocks are coming on strong
-Many USC players return home for matchup
-Tigers understand fans' indifference
-Clemson's Crosby leaves school, team

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Crosby quits team over family issue
-Bulldogs don't intimidate USC

Holtz- We're ranked?
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Pack remains confident after loss
-Two of a kind
-Devils trying to get healthy

From The Winston Salem Journal
-PESSIMISTIC- Holtz says Gamecocks are no power
-FOUNDATION- Franks says Devils making progress
-Pack facing hurdles against Buckeyes
-WSSU will begin CIAA play against Virginia State
-JAKE'S TIME- Fox says Delhomme to replace Peete as starting quarterback for Panthers

Wake Forest campus reveling in football
Greensboro News-Record

From The Charlotte Observer
-Big chill for former Buckeyes
-McLendon expected to miss game

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Surprised to be 'Craig's brother'
- Rush game ailing
-Friends, family and faith aid his fight
-ACC favors 16 games
-Franks noncommittal on Duke's starting quarterback

Garner power forward leaning toward ACC schools
Fayetteville Observer

September 8, 2003

From The Greensboro News-Record
-Ranking icing on cake for Wake
-Wolfpack-Buckeyes a lackluster game

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Pack regroups in wake of upset
-N.C. State Monday Morning Quarterback
-Duke Monday Morning Quarterback
-UNC Monday Morning Quarterback
-N.C. Central Monday Morning Quarterback

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Win helps USC slip into poll
-Running game stumps Tigers

Victory puts USC in Top 25
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Tigers have trouble with short-yardage
Anderson Independent

College football- Durant shows heart in defeat
Fayetteville Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Wolfpack won't panic
-Deacons ranked after big victory

Delhomme cookin'
Charlotte Observer

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Bottom line is Deacons' fast start, 2-0 record
-Panthers nip Jags
-MICHAELIMBO- With Jordan out of Bobcats' picture, Tapscott can get down to business at hand


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September 14, 2003

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

Cincinnati 15, West Virginia 13  
Louisville 30, Syracuse 20  
Rutgers 36, Army 21  
Troy St 20, UAB 9  
Miami FL 38, East Carolina 3  
Southern Miss 23, Memphis 6  
Tulane 31, Mississippi St 28  
Houston 21, UL Lafayette 14

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Pepper coolly kicks Tulane past Bulldogs
-Playmakers snap Wave's slump against SEC
-Moore runs past Conference USA rushing mark

From the Biloxi Sun Herald
-Pepper's kick leaves 'Dawgs stunned
-Eagles bounce back

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-
Eagles burst Tigers' bubble
-Defense bows up, shows its nasty side
-D'Angelo knocked out late in first half
-Quick glance statistics
-Memphis 6 - Southern Miss 23

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-One loss doesn't tip bowl bandwagon
-Tigers postgame

Cards whip up on Orangemen, 30-20
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-
Cards 'back on the map'
-Cards have 2 victories, 0 stars

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC 15, West Virginia 13
-Expanded duties a kick for special teams' Ervin

From The Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald Record
-Lowly Rutgers shows Army the door (mat)
-Black Knights' line truly offensive unit
-Black Knights bits
-Black Knights punchline to bad joke
-The fans speak

From the Houston Chronicle
-UH survives rain, miscues for victory
-Houston-Louisiana-Lafayette summary

UAB-TROY STATE NOTEBOOK
Birmingham News

Expansion? MU keeps close eye on Big East
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

September 13, 2003

Cincinnati at West Virginia Noon
Louisville at Syracuse 1:30PM
Rutgers at Army 3:30PM
Troy State at UAB 7:00PM
East Carolina at Miami (Fla.) 7:00PM
Memphis at Southern Miss 7:00PM
Mississippi State at Tulane 8:00PM
Houston at Louisiana-Lafayette 8:00PM

 

 

 

 

 

From YAHOO! Sports
-Conference USA clashes with Big East
-Rutgers wages battle in West Point

UAB vs. Troy State Growing Rivalry
Birmingham Post Herald

CINCINNATI VS. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY PREGAME
Bearstatlink.com

A possible look into future
CincyPost.com

Green Wave offense has been offensive
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Bulldogs look for first victory tonight in Dome
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Hard licks norm when Memphis, USM clash
-Pair of USM basketball recruits fail to qualify

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Petrino hankers for a shootout
-For Cards, this is just one game – or is it?

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Can Tigers keep rolling away from home?
-WAC may target C-USA members

WAC boss eyes TCU, 2 others, for expansion
Ft Worth Star Telegram

September 12, 2003

From the Birmingham News
-CONFERENCE USA PREVIEW
-Blazers, Trojans know value of error-free ball

UAB's Moncur is a terror in the weight room
Birmingham Post Herald

Sherrill says Tulane QB J.P. Losman talented
Starkville (MS) Daily News

Frogs' Madison to miss remainder of season
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Hassell steps in at QB for Frogs
Dallas News

No matter the sport, emotions high when LSU-TU renew rivalry
New Orleans Times-Picayune

USM tops state grad rates
Hattiesburg American

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Cooley will sit out USM home opener
-Madison Central grad finds niche as Memphis' kicker

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-
No place like home: Top players signing up to play for Bearcats
-
Minter happily stuck in middle of UC's defense
-
UC football notebook

USF Youngsters Get Chance In Scrimmage
Tampa Tribune

Returns a kick for Jones
Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald Record

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Receivers make plays for Tigers
-Confident Tigers offer new ticket options
-Tiger staying power- Tops the Baha Men
-Tigers vs. Southern Miss

Syracuse clamor is a hammer
Louisville Courier Journal

UH vs. Lafayette
Houston Chronicle

NON-BCS: TODAY ON TV
Ft Worth Star Telegram

September 11, 2003

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Staying balanced
-
With Gunn out, Hassell steps in at quarterback

From the Houston Chronicle
-Separated shoulder to cost TCU's Gunn 3 to 5 weeks
-ESPN.com toasts, roasts 'Bottom 10' With poll

Green Wave finally catches second wind
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Tackle Kosienski elder statesman of OL at Tulane
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-USM's Scherer wants to leave U of M years behind
-Defense takes on a special meaning
-Road schedule to give basketball Tigers a test
-2003-04 Tiger basketball schedule
-U of M makes its case to top prospect

USM's Scherer focuses attention on Eagles, not Tigers nowadays
Hattiesburg American

Bower implores Eagles to become more physical
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

Cards seek more big plays at Syracuse
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

USF Receiver Makes Strong Impression
Tampa Tribune

September 10, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-ESPN's College GameDay to Originate From West Point
-Opening Day NFL Rosters Feature a Record 95 C-USA Players
-Conference USA Football Notebook

C-USA News from The Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
Loyalty is on Minter's mind
C-USA: Game of the week
C-USA: Players of the week
C-USA: The week's best
C-USA: Standings

From the Tampa Tribune
-ESPN `College GameDay' At Army-USF Game Site
-Close Up With Quinton Callum

From the Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald Record
-Army tries Zac attack
-GameDay coming to West Point

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-BCS hunt about big cash
-TOP OF THE LEAGUE

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Injuries to sideline Gunn, Madison
-Conference USA Notes

Bearcat AD sees Big East future
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Cincinnati Returns to Action vs. West Virginia
UCBearcats.com

Minter expects ‘tremendous war’ at WVU
The Times West Virginian

Coach Rodriguez impressed with Cincinnati, Guidugli
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Power, speed, height Two out of three ain't bad
Morgantown Dominion Post

Sackless WVU must turn up the pressure
Morgantown Dominion Post

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-U of M QB in control
-Tiger 'D' puts faith in Dunn
-Tigers vs. Southern Miss
-National: Vandy eliminating athletic department

From the Birmingham News
-Thunder Bolt
-UAB's Shirley- Facing TSU `very special'

From the Houston Chronicle
-C-USA notebook- Briles wishes he had taken early gamble
-Wizig's C-USA rankings

Bower praises offensive line
Hattiesburg American

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Something to really talk about
-U of L's bogus billboards don't impress experts

September 9, 2003

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Maybe C-USA isn't so bad after all
-Cards want to show off air attack

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-It's time to put win aside
-C-USA honors Tigers
-Tigers-Southern Miss Notebook
-Getting Noticed
-Tigers, fans need to raise the bar
-Trickery a big part of Tigers' offense

From the Birmingham News
-Battle among friends
-Brown unhappy with kicking game

UH's Pritchett, UL-LA's Venable stay past their time
Houston Chronicle

Grudge angle not for Scherer
Jackson Clarion Ledger

Losman taking big hits
New Orleans Times-Picayune

BCS meeting: Progress but no action steps
ESPN

September 8, 2003

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs' defense has it covered
-BCS barbs igniting a new war for revenue

Cincy QB to offer much better test
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Beware the BearCat trap
The WVU Daily Athenaeum

A look at WVU's home game against Cincinnati
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-This week for Southern Miss
-Internet gets fans closer, but is that OK?

Turnovers Have Become Big Concern For Leavitt
Tampa Tribune

Blazers, Trojans on the rebound
Birmingham News

Tulane escapes Northwestern State in OT
Baton Rouge Advocate

NSU falls short in OT upset bid of Tulane
Alexandria Town Talk

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


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