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East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

September 21, 2003

Game No. 4: ECU at WFU Vitals - 09.21
— Denny O'Brien: Mistakes at Wake call for QB overhaul
— Miscue malady scuttles Pirates again
— Box Score & Statistics
— Audio: John Thompson, ECU players & Jim Grobe
— C-USA Standings, Schedule & Scores
— ECU Schedule, Scores & Links
Bonesville.net

Sunday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.21
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio Clip - 09.21
— Live@5 Guest Segment, Featuring Bill Herrion
Bonesville.net

From The Fayetteville Observer
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Sammy Batten: Confidence separates two teams
-ECU turns it over to Wake

From ecupirates.com
-Miscues Doom Pirates at Wake Forest, 34-16
-Volleyball Drops Two at CCU Tournament
-Today: Men's Soccer Hosts No. 9 UAB

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
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Turnovers doom Pirates, again
-ECU kicker Dougherty scores first Pirate TD

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Deacons pillage Pirates
-Untimely turnovers plague East Carolina
Raleigh News & Observer

Wake rolls past ECU, 34-16
Kinston Free Press

Deacons sink Pirates
Wilmington Star News

Deacons Get Past East Carolina, 34-16
wakeforestsports.com

Deacs bounce back, trounce E. Carolina
Greensboro News Record

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs deliver win
-Wake Forest-ECU postgame quotes- Jim Grobe
-Wake Forest-ECU postgame quotes- John Thompson
-Wake Forest-ECU postgame quotes- Wake players

September 20, 2003

C-USA dominoes teetering - 09.20
Bonesville.net

Saturday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.20
Bonesville.net

Pirate GameDay
East Carolina at Wake Forest
6:35 PM ET (Pre-game begins at 3:30 PM ET)
Winston Salem, NC

Pirate Radio 1250 Live Audio Stream
Gametracker

Linkmeister Note: ECU is 10/40 (25%) on 3rd-DOWN conversions. Opponents have converted 22/39 (56%)

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-The Voice of the Pirates
-Dougherty’s punting stands out as bright spot for ECU

ECU-Wake preview
Kinston Free Press

Pirates look for first win against Demon Deacons
Washington Daily News

Improved East Carolina concerns Wake Forest
Fayetteville Observer

Deacons, Pirates sport familiar faces
Charlotte Observer

A rivalry lacking fire
Raleigh News & Observer

From The New Bern Sun Journal
-Wake looks to run against Pirates
-Pirate Preview

Grobe wants his offensive line to return to dominating status
Winston Salem Journal

ECU may cure Wake's woes
Wilmington Star News

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Visit Children's Hospital, Reading Center
-Volleyball Wins Opener at CCU Tournament

September 19, 2003

Al Myatt: View from the East - 09.19
— Shelton tackles watershed moment
Bonesville.net

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights -09.19
— Dysfunctional leadership nets misery
Bonesville.net

Friday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.19
Bonesville.net

Pirates Head West For Final Pregame Preparations
ecupirates.com

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates head west for weekend game
-ECU soccer to open C-USA play
-Shelton selected to serve as interim chancellor at ECU
-ECU students ride out storm
-Goodbye Isabel — Pitt escapes brunt of storm’s wrath

Elon teams practice patience
Greensboro News-Record

ECU's Thompson is seeing improvement
Winston Salem Journal

ECU defense going with what works
Kinston Free Press

September 18, 2003

From The Dugout with Coach LeClair - 09.18
Bonesville.net

Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 09.18
— Backcourt wizard still pondering 'official' pledge'
Bonesville.net

Thursday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.18
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.18
— Midweek Tailgate (guest Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe)
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.11
— The Fan Show (panelists K. Lamonica, C. Powell, R. Bailey)
— From The Booth (guests M. Ritchie, E. Bradley, W. Chesson)
Bonesville.net

Hurricane Isabel: Beach Web Cameras
NBC6.com

Tropical Update
weather.com

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates head west for weekend game
-ECU classes suspended until Monday
-Muse says former ECU employee made false claim of having cancer
-Broad holds meetings with ECU leaders to discuss appointing interim chancellor

From The New Bern Sun Journal
-ECU aims for continued growth
-Progress slow, but steady for Pirates in 0-3 start

Corner King
Winston Salem Journal

Women's Soccer Starts Conference Play This Week
ecupirates.com

September 17, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 09.17
— From Hurricanes to hurricane for ECU
Bonesville.net

Bowden tapes resurrect Muse-era controversy - 09.17
Bonesville.net

Wednesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.17
Bonesville.net

AUDIO — J.T. Press Conference - 09.17
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 09.17
— Press Box (C. Wells, J. Gentry)
— George Koonce Show (J. Talton, J. Connors)
— Sportsline {J. Grobe)
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.17
— On Campus (J. McManus, C. Crumpler, D. White, C. Broadwell)
Bonesville.net

ECU’s attention on Wake, Isabel
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates preparing for another storm
Washington Daily News

From The Kinston Free Press
-ECU offense still missing two vital things
-Pirates eyeing Isabel too

Pirates finding positives, but still aren't satisfied
Durham Herald Sun

Deacs hope to hit the ground running
Winston Salem Journal

Football Weekly Press Conference Quotes
  The Deacs look ahead to this weekend's matchup with ECU
wakeforestsports.com

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Prevail Over Camel Volleyball, 3-0
-Women's Golf Finishes Eighth at Cougar Classic
-Tennis Postponed This Week
-ECU Men's Soccer Game Postponed
-Instant Interview Replay- John Thompson (Sept. 16)

Key defensive plays lead Hurricanes to easy win
Yahoo Sports (UWire)

September 16, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 143 - 09.16
— ECU offense needs some hocus pocus
Bonesville.net

Tuesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.16
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 09.16
— Brian Bailey Show, featuring guest Darrell Harrison
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate GameWeek
-Penny Perrott Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week
-Kowaleski Named C-USA Men's Soccer Player of the Week
-Thompson to Field Questions on Tuesday's Instant Interview

Deacs Host East Carolina Saturday at Groves Stadium
wakeforestsports.com

September 15, 2003

Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 09.15
— Pirates lay claim to Jersey hoops 'treasure'
Bonesville.net

Al Myatt: View from the East - 09.15
— ECU in tenuous straits pending Broad's next
Bonesville.net

AP & USA Today/ESPN Polls - 09.15
Bonesville.net

Monday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.15
Bonesville.net

Women's Soccer Shuts Out Western Carolina for Third Win
ecupirates.com

PIRATE FOOTBALL NOTES- McCoy remains a bright spot
Greenville Daily Reflector

ECU fumbles away
New Bern Sun Journal

 


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September 21, 2003

From The Anderson Independent
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Tigers pass first ACC test
-Tigers finish first half strong again
-Summers runs wild in big win
-Gamecock kickers continue to slump
-Breakthrough game

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Coming-out party
-Record-tying night
-High fives
-Tigers take to the air
-High five

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Tigers take it to Tech
-Bowden Q&A
-Pinkins hands off QB controversy
-Holtz Q&A
-A Kevious plan

Badgers pound UNC
Fayetteville Observer

ACC focus shifts to Carolina's trip to Raleigh
Kinston Free Press

From The Durham Herald Sun
-State blocks out stats
-Red-zone blues sink Heels at Wisconsin
-Previously reeling Cats throttle Duke
-Not the end -- but you can see it from here

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-N.C. State coasts despite Texas Tech's record day
-Runaway win
-T.A's unstoppable, when he holds up
-Brown ensures Pack doesn't miss a beat
-Errors costly to UNC
-Opportunity passes
-Region: Marshall upsets No. 6 Kansas St.

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Wisconsin makes sure erring UNC stays winless
-Wolfpack bounces back to romp by Red Raiders
-Northwestern brings Duke back to earth
-Gamecocksdown UAB -- Western tops Citadel
-Rockhold's late kick boosts Appalachian past Morehead

From The Charlotte Observer
-Appalachian beat Morehead St. by a foot
-Heels progress, but not enough

Crews, defense lift Elon to victory
Greensboro News Record

September 20, 2003

College football picks
Fayetteville Observer

This Weekend's Games
UNC-CH at Wisconsin, ESPN, Noon
Texas Tech at NCSU, ESPN2, Noon
Northwestern at Duke, 2pm
East Carolina at Wake Forest, 6:35pm
Clemson at GA Tech, 7pm
UAB at South Carolina, 7pm

From The Durham Herald Sun
-How they match up- Texas Tech at N.C. State
-Wolfpack must move forward
-UNC-N.C. State game to be on pay-per-view
-How they match up- UNC at Wisconsin
-Meals on wheels
-How they match up- Northwestern at Duke
-How they match up- Delaware State at N.C. Central

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Aerial display likely as Pack returns home
-Defense against run may be key for Heels
-ASU goes into home opener with 0-2 record
-Blue Devils going for three-game win streak
-WSSU on road to play unknown West Virginia Tech

From The New Bern Sun Journal
-Duke aims for three-game winning streak
-Wolfpack ready for emotional grind
-Tarheels will rely heavily on freshmen

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Toughness no issue
-Big Ten football big deal
-Pack tries to mount comeback

From The Charlotte Observer
-The Elevator
-UNC freshman making a late impact
-Leaks are on opposite side of field, dreams

Tech, N.C. State know how to pass
Dallas News

Badgers looking to 'Tar' and feather
YAHOO! Sports

From The Anderson Independent
-USC hoping to get struggling kicker's consistency back
-Jackets, Tigers have 'natural' rivalry in ACC

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-The Citadel, Wofford games on TV
-The Citadel at Maryland
-Quotes from around the ACC

September 19, 2003

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Grobe says schedule is reason for injuries
-Region: Virginia Tech outlasts Texas A&M in storm
-College games to go on as scheduled
-PLACE-KIKER- Pack's senior rose to occasion
-IDLE HEELS- Time off may help UNC
-WSSU is unfamiliar with next foe

From The Columbia (SC) The State
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Gamecocks' best Qbs- Start with Grantz, Ellis
-Holtz sticking with Pinkins at QB
-Clemson's Miller expects to play vs. Georgia Tech

From The Anderson Independent
-Charlie's challenge
-Trust is key for USC's 4-3

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-ACC doesn't look like power league
-Pay-per-view appears likely for UNC-State
-Expect Red Raiders to throw

Preview: Texas Tech vs. N.C. State
Houston Chronicle

Duke notes- Franks letting Schneider slide
Durham Herald Sun

Holtz's man is Pinkins, for now
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

ACC needs some wins to gain respect
Wilmington Star News

From The Charlotte Observer
-Mountains of praise for FieldTurf
-Bad football and Oscar the grouch
-Rally for awareness hits home for Davis

September 18, 2003

On the ACC- Conference a power? Not until next year
Florida Times-Union

N.C. State- We can take Isabel's punch
Greensboro News Record

NC State looks to rebound against Tech
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duke's Garber getting his kicks
-One way to spend a day off
-Dascenzo- Rivers still has a chance
-Red Raiders still rolling
-Pack's Powell top pick in CBA draft
-Colleges- Devils No. 3, Heels No. 7 in Slam ranking

From The Charlotte Observer
-Bunting for the defense
-Bob Knight wearing on Pack
-Gamecocks center wants jury trial
-UNC keeps U.S. stocked with stars

From The Anderson Independent
-Cupcake diet best medicine for Clemson
-Robinson mum on Clemson reunion
-USC yet to name starter
-Around the ACC...

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Going with no huddle is a no-brainer for Tigers
-Pinkins still quarterback front-runner
-USC offensive line "decimated"
-Linebackers see more ice packs than sacks

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Elon, ETSU going in, out of the SoCon
-Southern Conference Notebook
-ACC Notebook
-Appalachian State gets commitment from Smith star

September 17, 2003

Drops haunt Wake's Young
New Bern Sun Journal

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Food for thought for Heels
-Tight end Blizzard still recovering from illness
-Pack, Texas Tech getting the points
-Indiana prep star picks Duke

Bunting- Winning isn't everything
Charlotte Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Heels try fresh approach
-N.C. State looking to get game on TV

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Duke is building momentum, Franks says
-Tar Heels say that road trip may help
-CIAA Notebook
-Graduation rates up, WSSU official says
-Panthers' Cooper charged with DWI

From The Anderson Independent
-Warm reception- Clemson's Currie is making mark in track and football
-Tigers' new broadcaster has challenge ahead vs. Georgia Tech
-Bowden has concern going into ACC opener
-Using freshman QBs not new for Holtz

Bowden- Tigers still struggling
Columbia (SC) The State

Clemson: One for the little guy
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

'Pack fans still need to ask more of their team
Wilmington Star News

September 16, 2003

From The Winston Salem Journal
-McLendon says knee is better as Pack preps for Red Raiders
-BACK TO BASICS- Moore says Mountaineers have made strides
-Report- WSSU falls short in graduating its athletes
-Junior center from Black Mountain commits to play basketball at WFU
-Panthers: On the Chopping Block

From The Anderson Independent
-Holtz looking at quarterbacks
-'D' line also concerns Holtz
-Tigers return to no-huddle offense
-Clemson names new announcer

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz worried about offensive, defensive middles
-Bowden isn't ready to rule out Miller
-SoCon looks to fill ETSU void

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-No-huddle no nonsense
-Terriers searching for answers

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Amato- No questioning play-calling
-N.C. State-UNC game not on TV schedule
-Mistakes make for some unhappy faces at Wisconsin
-Canes: Francis focusing on season, not end
-Courage, soccer league folding

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Wolfpack-Heels won't be on TV
-Two strong forces concern Texas Tech
-It's never easy for Duke FB
-Miami arrival- ACC culture shock?

Storm threatens A&M, Tech trips
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From The Charlotte Observer
-Back's availability at issue
-Johnson sets profitable aim
-Group formed to invest in Bobcats

Wolfpack, Deacons pick up player commitments
Fayetteville Observer

September 15, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Amato sees positives in defeat
-N.C. State Monday Morning Quarterback
-Duke Monday Morning Quarterback
-UNC Monday Morning Quarterback

Game makes history
Fayetteville Observer

Tigers to begin rotating offensive line
Anderson Independent

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz mulls QB change
-Whitehurst back in comfort zone

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-State not packing it in after 1-2 start
-Canes ready for fresh start

A Big Block Party
Winston Salem Journal

From The Charlotte Observer
-Blockbuster
-Panthers rise to occasion
-Delhomme makes best of situation
-Pack nearly added brilliant chapter to its history

 


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September 21, 2003

Saturday Football Roundup
ConferenceUSA.com

CONFERENCE USA Review
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Game Summaries from ConferenceUSA.com
Louisville 42, Texas El Paso 14  
Tulane 50, Army 33  
Cincinnati 30, Temple 24  
South Carolina 42, UAB 10  
TCU 30, Vanderbilt 14  
Wake Forest 34, East Carolina 16  
Houston 42, Mississippi St 35

 

 

 

 

 

From The Houston Chronicle
-UH offense shines vs. Mississippi St.
-UH gunslinger Kolb thrives in salad days
-Mississippi State-Houston summary

MSU rally halted in Houston
Biloxi Sun Herald

UC 30, Temple 24, 3OT
Cincinnati Enquirer

From The Birmingham News
-Blazers fumble, stumble
-UAB-USC NOTEBOOK
-Non-BCS: Turner stars in MAC attack

From The New Orleans Times-Picayune
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Wave outlasts Army
-Late drives prevent Green Wave collapse
-Tulane capitalizes on miscues

From Middleton (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record
-Army swamped by wave of turnovers
-Army's season teetering on the brink of disaster
-Knights' Jones finally hits his stride
-Tulane's talent interests NFL
-Black Knights bits

Hassell passes first college test in TCU win
Dallas News

Depth charged; TCU reserves come through against Vandy
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From The Louisville Courier Journal
-Miners no major problem
-U of L's Bush already proving a triple threat

From The Lexington (KY) Herald Leader
-Rout brings out new Cards
-Cards have more bullets, shoot down UTEP 42-14

Nebraska mystique undeniable
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

Improving U of M defense wants to make its points
Memphis Commercial Appeal

MAC Daddies (from ESPN.com)
  The best way to prove you belong in the BCS is beat BCS conference teams.
-Marshall stunned No. 8 K-State
-Toledo topped No. 11 Pittsburgh
-Northern Illinois surprised Alabama

September 20, 2003

This Weekend's Games
UTEP at Louisville 2:00PM
Tulane at Army 2:30PM
Temple at Cincinnati 7:00PM
UAB at South Carolina 7:00PM
Vanderbilt at TCU 6:00PM
East Carolina at Wake Forest 6:35PM
Mississippi State at Houston 7:00PM

 

 

 

 

 

From YAHOO! Sports
-Hassell gets to be TCU's No. 1 QB -- in a game
-Carolina looks to blaze by UAB

Blazers' Cook learns valuable lesson
Birmingham Post-Herald

From The New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Tulane's sights trained on Army
-Tulane at Army
-Obert lifts Green Wave by Marquette in soccer

Less talk, Moore action
Middleton (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record

From The Louisville Courier Journal
-UTEP at U of L
-Cardinals' youth may be served

Finally his turn
Ft Worth Star Telegram

McRae's in high gear with USM 'Fan Van'
Hattiesburg American

From Tampa Tribune
-Selmon Gets Two Medical Hardships
-Texas Basketball Star Commits To USF

Fast start has UC in unfamiliar spot
Cincinnati Enquirer

From Cincinnati Post
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UC football coach Rick Minter closes in on a legend
-Ervin getting a kick out of his dual role

Mississippi State at Houston
Houston Chronicle

Win at Houston would head off 0-2 record for MSU vs. C-USA
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Godbolt stands tall on defense
Dallas News

Big East might want USF eventually
St. Petersburg Times

Big East Narrows Choices
Hartford Courant

September 19, 2003

C-USA's 2003-04 TV Coverage Best in League History
conferenceusa.com

From The Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Big East won't invite U of M
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Memphis won't be part of Big East expansion, Johnson says
-U of M left to pick up shattered dream's pieces
-Big East snub no shock for many
-Louisville's 1st-year starters make Cards title contender
-Tigers' Mr. Versatility learns new role weekly
-Conference USA rankings
-C-USA standings

From collegefootballnews.com
-Fearless Predictions: C-USA
-Conference Calls

UAB Football Puts Finishing Touches On South Carolina Gameplan
UABsports.com

Stopping rush main focus for Blazers
Birmingham News

UAB's Wilbert Hamilton can play it all
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-D'Angelo out at least a month
-Almond steps in as Eagles move on

Army is now an air force
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Preview: Miss. State vs. Houston
Houston Chronicle

From YAHOO! Sports
-Houston underdog vs. Bulldogs
-South Florida's Green uses golden opportunity

Army May Be Boost Rushing Defense Needs
Tampa Tribune

Nord vs. Nord can't be ignored
Louisville Courier Journal

High times for Big East, with lows around corner
CBS SportsLine

MU to have day for fans
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

September 18, 2003

From The New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Foes have Wave on run
-TU hasn't put its best foot forward

Tulane wide receiver Bush has caught fire since serving suspension for '03 opener
Baton Rouge Advocate

Bearcats may get more of Buckeyes
Cincinnati Enquirer

Kirkland's tarnished image scrubbed clean
CincyPost.com

UC Gridders Seek 3-0 Start vs. Temple
UCBearcats.com

Golden Eagle WR Harrison quits team
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

D'Angelo's MRI negative
Biloxi Sun Herald

D'Angelo feels 'good to go'
Hattiesburg American

Rhodes learning tough lessons
Birmingham News

Punt returner one break away
Ft Worth Star Telegram

A new WAC wouldn't be wacky
Dallas News

Cards' receiver becomes leader on and off field
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

Robinson Earning Place Onto Playing Field
Tampa Tribune

Rooting for the Home Team
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Marquette finalizes basketball schedule
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

September 17, 2003

From The New Orleans Times-Picayune
-League isn't being bullied by BCS teams
-Quick takes fast track to becoming leader

Sullivan's cancer is treatable
Birmingham News

Sullivan treatment to be determined
Birmingham Post-Herald

UAB, South Carolina keep eyes on skies
Columbia (SC) The State

QB D'Angelo likely out against Nebraska
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-D'Angelo out at least through this bye week
-South Florida left in limbo
-Game of the week
-The week's best
-Standings

D'Angelo set for MRI
Hattiesburg American

From Cincinnati Enquirer
-Charges against UC's Kirkland dropped
-UC pays tribute to the Big O

Running game fuels UC win
UC News Record

From Houston Chronicle
-C-USA notebook- Offenses yet to air it out vs. Cougars
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Wizig's C-USA rankings

Special teams not so special for Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Four-year wait to start worth it for TCU quarterback
Dallas News

From Ft Worth Star Telegram
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Sullivan plans to stay at UAB despite cancer
-TCU INSIDER

Leavitt Pleased With QB Banks So Far
Tampa Tribune

Cardinals' play has Petrino tickled pink
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

Home is where losses are
Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald Record

Clinton: How to fund troops must be focus
Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) News Journal

Saint Louis And UAB Both Garner Top 10 Rankings In Latest Men’s Soccer Polls
conferenceusa.com

September 16, 2003

BCS: Banging down the doors
SI.com

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-Tulane-Texas Football Game to be Nationally-Televised
-C-USA Men's Soccer Notebook
-C-USA Women's Soccer Notebook
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook
-C-USA Cross Country Notebook
-Two C-USA Women's Basketball Teams Nationally-ranked

From the Biloxi Sun Herald
-USM reports violations to NCAA, C-USA
-D'Angelo career in jeopardy

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
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USM hoops assistant resigns
-Bower- Offense missed chances

Turnovers doom Memphis; USM leads Conference USA
Hattiesburg American

WAC targets TCU in internal letter
Dallas News

Tulane reaps the rewards of not giving up
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Lacking a Punch
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Sullivan's surgery successful
Birmingham News

Fumbling and bumbling
Birmingham Post-Herald

Cards have undergone cultural change
Louisville Courier Journal

No longer flag-friendly, Cards' penalties plummet
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Bearcats receive 5 votes in poll
-Minter has win record in sight

Injury thrusts Houston linebacker into battle
Houston Chronicle

Iskra Expected Back By Next Game
Tampa Tribune

September 15, 2003

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

From The St Louis Post Dispatch
-SLU hires former NCAA boss to help in conference talks
-Borgia's Meyer commits to St. Louis U.

Roundup: C-USA
College Football News

Dazzling duo help Cardinals climb to 2-0
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

Eagles bring U of M back to earth
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Turnovers - and more - bugging Blazers
Birmingham News

USM stays focused- Overall, they're a B
Biloxi Sun Herald

 


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