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East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

October 5, 2003

C-USA's possibilities take on new twist - 10.05
Bonesville.net

Sunday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.05
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Women's Cross Country Wins Invitational Title
-ECU's Jessica Krasny Tied for Third at Wildcat Invitational
-USF Rallies to Defeat Volleyball
-Men's Golf In Seventh At Franklin Street Invitational

October 4, 2003

From The Dugout with Coach LeClair - 10.04
Bonesville.net

Saturday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.04
Bonesville.net

ECU: No wins, no answers, no fun, lots of errors
Hampton Roads Virginian-Pilot

From ecupirates.com
-UAB Outlasts Volleyball, 3-2
-Meyer Wins in Opening Round of ITA All-American Championships

Pirate swimmers face off
Greenville Daily Reflector

NFL: Blake takes pass on heel painkiller
Arizona Republic

October 3, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 10.03
Who will save the season?
Bonesville.net

Al Myatt: View from the East - 10.03
Diagnosing Pirates tests Thompson
Bonesville.net

Friday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.03
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 10.03
The John Thompson Radio Call-In Show
Locker Room (Monroe, Wiggins, Crumpler & Smith)
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 10.03
On Campus with Jeff Charles (Yellock, Bryant & Hanley)
Bonesville.net

ECU’s future is bright, honest
Wilmington Star-News

From ecupirates.com
-Gold, Purple Share Titles at Purple & Gold Meet
-Instant Interview Replay- Rob Donnenwirth

Former ECU Opponents-WVU/UM: 'Every kick counts'
Raleigh News & Observer

October 2, 2003

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 10.02
Ample 'karma' present to overcome hard times
Bonesville.net

Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 10.02
Ma Jackson sold but son deliberating
Bonesville.net

Thursday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.02
Bonesville.net

Letters to the Editor: Shannon Boling, Asheville, NC - 10.02
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 10.02
Midweek Tailgate (Steve Logan, Henry Hinton, Mike Steele)
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 10.02
The Fan Show (guests D. Singleton, B. Smith, J. Medford)
From The Booth (guests A. Baker, P. Rogers, M. Burnop)
Bonesville.net

Townes finally has breakout performance in loss to Houston
Greenville Daily Reflector

Going to Townes
New Bern Sun Journal

Quarterback battle at ECU
Washington Daily News

Pirates' QB job in limbo
Fayetteville Observer

From The Wilmington Star-News
-Townes’ big game gives ECU hope
-Misery continues for East Carolina
-UNCW men’s soccer downs ECU

Houston's aerial attack sinks Pirates
YAHOO! Sports (U-Wire)

From ecupirates.com
-Today: Donnenwirth to Talk Women's Soccer on Instant Interview
-Lady Pirates Come Up Short Against No. 9 Wake Forest
-UNCW Squeezes by Men's Soccer
-Pirates Finish Tied for Ninth at Cardinal Intercollegiate
-Volleyball Comes Up Short at N.C. A&T

October 1, 2003

Game No. 5: ECU vs. Houston Vitals - 10.01
Denny O'Brien: ECU now facing one-game season
Rookie QB, big plays torpedo Pirates
Box Score & Statistics
Audio: John Thompson and ECU players
C-USA Standings, Schedule & Scores
ECU Schedule, Scores & Links
Bonesville.net

C-USA Standings, Schedule & Scores - 10.01
Bonesville.net

Wednesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.01
Bonesville.net

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-More of the same for Pirates
-ECU FOOTBALL NOTES- Pirates open QB battle again

From The Washington Daily News
-Big plays, turnovers hurt Pirates
-Pirates have not done well on TV lately

Sammy Batten: ECU remains winless
Fayetteville Observer

Big plays help Houston keep East Carolina winless
Winston Salem Journal

Change does little good for ECU in loss to Houston
Raleigh News & Observer

HOUSTON 27, EAST CAROLINA 13
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

From The Houston Chronicle
-Cougars use big plays to beat East Carolina
-Houston-East Carolina summary

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Fall to Houston, 27-13
-ECU-UNC Football A Sellout

Houston 27, East Carolina 13
YAHOO! Sports (AP)

Houston starts C-USA march with win over E. Carolina
ESPN.com

September 30, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 146 - 09.30
C-USA looking in wrong direction
Bonesville.net

Tuesday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.30
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 Audio: The Brian Bailey Show
Guests Dan Eberhard and Craig Ackerman
Bonesville.net

Football Tuesday
Houston at East Carolina
Tuesday September 30
7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, Greenville, NC
*Special Ticket Promotions Available
Gametracker | Live Stats
Pirate Radio 1250 Audio Broadcast
UH Audio Broadcast

Sammy Batten: Pirates seeking first win
Fayetteville Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
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ECU's tough times
-Talk hasn't led to win
-Preps: Selfless star

Pirates look for first win of season
New Bern Sun Journal

Pirates look for first win against Cougars
Washington Daily News

Pirates get ready to play rare Tuesday game
Winston Salem Journal

PLAYING MOORE- Injuries have limited the linebacker’s playing time
Greenville Daily Reflector

From The Durham Herald Sun
-East Carolina trying to stop turnover bug vs. Houston
-Golf notes- Ogilvie, Maginnes heading in opposite directions

From The Houston Chronicle
-Prime-time Cougars have a jinx to shake
-UH-East Carolina summary
-Camera shy

Pirate Kickoff Page
Kinston Free Press

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Announce 2003-04 Men's Basketball Schedule
-ECU Students Can Win Free Tuition at ECU-Houston
-Greenville Food Bank To Hold Food Drive at ECU-Houston Game
-Pirate Baseball Adds Seven Players to Signing Class
-Jason Harris and Robin Smith Tied for 18th at Cardinal Intercollegiate

CFL/Crandell: In pursuit of a pivot
SLAM! Sports

NFL Audio- Jeff Blake says they won the chess match
Arizona Republic

September 29, 2003
 

One-Eyed Jack - 09.29
Jack is back: Fish Wrapper Chronicles returns
Bonesville.net

Monday Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.29
Bonesville.net

Copper wants wins more than catches
Washington Daily News

Freshman QB has sparked Houston
Greenville Daily Reflector

Logan taking game to the air
Raleigh News & Observer

From ecupirates.com
-Lady Pirates Get Second Conference Win Against Houston
-Vanderbilt Tops Men's Soccer

Houston Soccer Falls to East Carolina
uhcougars.com


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October 5, 2003

Saturday roundups from theacc.com
-Cavs Trounce Tar Heels, 38-13
-Tech Tops NC State, 29-21
-Terps Take Out Clemson, 21-7

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Ugly afternoon for UNC
-UNC's long, dark tunnel gets longer
-Pack of problems
-Turnover of fate for NCCU

Cavs stomp Heels
Fayetteville Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Georgia Tech too much for N.C. State
-Wolfpack a wreck
-Pack plays patsy to perfection
-Rushers provide less than nothing
-Undone by a freshman
-Heels blunder to loss
-October's reality sets in
-Frosh provide hope
-N.C. Central loses on late FG
-Scriven sparks Aggies
-Bears fall short
-Oby, Virginia Union give St. Aug's the boot
-Georgia Tech's president favors more in ACC
-NHL/Canes: Ownership questions

From The Charlotte Observer
-Schaub, Cavs shred UNC
-Wolfpack can't crack Jackets
-Mountaineers pour it on with 2nd-half rally
-Dayton turns back Davidson rallies
-Catawba defense thwarts Presbyterian
-ACC's dealings with media reveal pattern

From The Anderson Independent
-Tigers flattened by Terps
-Clemson struggles with short-yardage attack

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Football how it was meant to be
-Momentum stealer
-Grading the keys to victory
-Clemson High Five
-McNair ties SoCon record

Tigers can't get job done
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

October 4, 2003

College football picks
Fayetteville Observer

Regional Matchups for October 4
NC State at Ga. Tech, JP Sports, Noon
UVA at UNC-CH, 1:30 p.m.
Clemson at Maryland, ABC, 3:30 p.m.

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Wolfpack hopes to end domination by Yellow Jackets
-Final Feud- ASU, ETSU will end mountain rivalry
-Schaub, Cavs likely to test Heels' defense

From The New Bern Sun-Journal
-Heels look to overcome obstacles
-Wolfpack seeks revenge against Georgia Tech

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-The education of Mario
-Virginia turns the tide
-Canes pick up goalie Storr

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Flow stopper
-Groh using youth differently
-Eagles' Connor continues to impress

From The Charlotte Observer
-Williams builds his own legend
-Dayton a tall order for Davidson homecoming

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Three keys to a Gamecock victory
-Three keys to Clemson victory
-The edge
-No. 12 Wofford at Chattanooga
-No. 7 Furman at Western Carolina
-Gardner-Webb at Coastal Carolina

From The Anderson Independent
-Clemson faces pivotal game after bye week
-Tigers won't raid 'The Fridge' this week

October 3, 2003

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-No rest for woeful UNC defense
-Alexander not yet polished, but tough
-Powell gets shot with Dallas
-NHL/Canes: Eyes on Maurice

From The Durham Herald Sun
-UNC center talks about dealing with brother's death
-One more clash for Smith, Rivers
-Blue Devils bye-ing into week of rest
-NHL/Canes: Bayda loses numbers game
-NHL/Canes: Kristi Yamaguchi Has Baby Girl

From The Greensboro News-Record
-Blizzard happy to be back on playing field
-Tulloch being groomed to guide Pack's defense

From The Anderson Independent
-'O' line toils in anonymity, but is a key unit
-Coleman earns another start

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-USC’s sunrise practice gets mixed reviews
-Friedgen has had Tigers’ number
-Coleman earns return role as Tiger starter

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Catamounts to try to move into SoCon's upper echelon
-REBOUNDING
-WSSU has a week off to lick its wounds
-NFL: Smith unloads on Panthers

Mocs play well against Wofford
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

New Concern Over BC
Hartford Courant

Here we go again
Syracuse Post-Standard

NFL: Angry Smith- Panthers spit in my face
Charlotte Observer

NFL: Delhomme a long way from home
New Orleans Times-Picayune

October 2, 2003

On the ACC- ACC divisions set; FSU not with Miami
Florida Times-Union

Who's happy? Who's unhappy?
Greensboro News-Record

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-ACC's great divide - Basketball
-ACC's great divide - Football
-Rivers reminds Gailey of Marino
-Franks refuses to get down on his Devils

From The Fayetteville Observer
-ACC announces schedule formats
-ACC Notebook- Fans tune in to pay-per-view
-Heisman water much too calm for this Rivers

From The Durham Herald Sun
-You can't always get what you want
-Schedule formats released by ACC

From The Winston Salem Journal
-ACCNotebook
-Amato wants a leader of the Pack
-Deacons' receivers need a week off to heal
-ACC releases football, basketball scheduling models
-Panthers Notebook

UNC's Waddell has an All-Pro heart
Charlotte Observer

From The Anderson Independent
-Defrosting the Fridge
-Tigers draw Miami, 'Noles
-Summers adjusting to life as celebrity

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Bowden not baffled by road success
-Unconventional punt formation gains acceptance
-Gamecocks schedule morning practice, breakfast

Gamecocks, Cats share futility vs. SEC bullies
Louisville Courier Journal

Invitation coming Eagles' way?
Boston Globe

Big East awaits ACC decision on Boston College
ESPN.com

Talk Of BC Switch Subsides
Hartford Courant

October 1, 2003

From The Winston Salem Journal
-UNC football player is suspended after being charged with assault
-Too Much- Heels will simplify defense
-Southern Conference Notebook
-Frustrated- Mountaineers search for light at end of tunnel
-Appalachian State gets basketball commitment

From The Durham Herald Sun
-ACC officials orchestrating schedule shuffle
-Blizzard bringing a smile to Heels
-Tar Heels attract California point guard

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Time to consider Plan B
-ACC works on schedules
-UNC's Reid talks to cameraman
-Blizzard tries to shake illness
-Heels land guard

From The Charlotte Observer
-Expansion not part of ACC meeting
-Bunting to simplify defense strategy

From The Anderson Independent
-Pinkins still trying to cope with loss to Vols
-Tigers optimistic they can play with Terps
-Miller lacking big plays his year

Crunch time for Clemson
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

September 30, 2003

Is Tar Heel blue losing its luster?
Charlotte Observer

From The Anderson Independent
-Message received- Clemson receivers having big year with help from new coordinator (ECU Mentioned)
-Clemson makes moves to increase depth
-Gamecocks snag top recruits
-South Carolina earns award

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-SEC hears USC’s cadence case
-Tigers hit hard on practice field
-Furman’s Mays bigger, better after illness

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Clemson receivers living up to hype
-Johnson joins Terriers' party

From The Greensboro News-Record
-ACC ADs mull schedule options
-East Forsyth center picks Duke
-Opponents' long gains irk Amato

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Jay Williams recovering slowly
-ACC, Miami Lawyers Ask for Suit Dismissa

l
-Answers about Pack's questionable defense
-Dascenzo- There's no excuse for loss to Jackets
-Colleges- UNC's baseball recruiting class rated one of top two

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-ACC to mull schedules
-Lawyers argue to drop ACC suit
-Apology sought from Reid
-McLendon questionable for Ga. Tech
-Looking for a leader

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Amato challenges Wolfpack defense to raise level of its play immediately
-NFL/Panthers: Maintaining Momentum

Carolina homes in on three point guard prospects
Fayetteville Observer

September 29, 2003

Trouble at Carolina?
Kinston Free Press

From The Anderson Independent
-Don't expect Notre Dame to join ACC
-Tigers return to hostile territory

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Amato hoping for fewer adventures on defense
-N.C. State Monday Morning Quarterback
-UNC Monday Morning Quarterback
-N.C. Central Monday Morning Quarterback
-Duke Monday Morning Quarterback
-NHL: Canes fans unite for fun

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Loss to Cavaliers leaves Grobe, Deacs exhausted
-Two UNC players break bones; McLendon's leg is still mending
-NFL: Panthers paste Falcons

USC beat Vols statistically
Columbia (SC) The State

Holtz still testy after OT loss
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-This time, stats matter
-Tar Heels' Holt sidelined for season

Smith keeps game sharp
Charlotte Observer


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October 5, 2003

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

UAB 24, Memphis 10  
TCU 27, Army 0  
Southern Miss 22, Cincinnati 20  
USF 31, Louisville 28

From the Tampa Tribune
-Home Sweet Home
-Banks Rides Quarterback Roller Coaster
-Bulls Put On Show For Bowl Scouts

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Dramatica and Gramatica
-LeFors had it all except a victory

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Eagles rise from grave to stun Bearcats 22-20
-First-play error stymies Carter
-Quick glance statistics
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Slide show: USM 22 - Cincinnati 20

Late rally lifts Eagles
Hattiesburg American

From The Cincinnati Enquirer
-Southern Miss 22, UC 20
-Trusted UC trainer packs his bags for Marquette

USM rallies against Cincy
Biloxi Sun Herald

From The Anderson Independent
-UAB continues to baffle Tigers
-Oddly familiar?
-Tigers victimized by another slow start
-Tigers postgame
-Tigers fall to UAB, 24-10
-Can last season's Tiger surprise carry his team?

`Touchdown Coon'
Birmingham News

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU overcomes lack of early punch
-Gunn plays in first half, knocks off some rust
-TCU GAME REPORT
-Secondary is primary to Frogs
-TCU will host talk on ethics

From the Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Doom and gloom hover after loss
-Murphy bright spot on offense

TCU workmanlike in blanking Army
Dallas News

Former 49er wants spot with Bobcats
Charlotte Observer

October 4, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-September Tennis Athletes of the Month
-Memphis to Retire Isaac Bruce's Jersey

C-USA Matchups for October 4
UAB at Memphis 1:00PM
Army at TCU 6:00PM
Southern Miss at Cincinnati 6:00PM
Louisville at USF 7:00PM

Pick a word to describe USM-Cincy- It's big, big
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

UC's goal- Quick start
Cincinnati Enquirer

'Cats focus on C-USA
Cincinnati Post

Unbeaten where it matters
Hattiesburg American

Cardinals prepare to run with the Bulls
Louisville Courier Journal

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Cards eye fast start in C-USA race
-Cardinals a true test for S. Florida, streak

From the Tampa Tribune
-Louisville At USF
-Selmon No Longer In His Father's Shadow

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU's critics can't see Frogs' dilemma
-So far, these are no killer Frogs
-TCU GameDay

Army's O-line on firing line
Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record

Gunn may be back, but TCU has not been hurt by play of reserves
Dallas Morning News

Blazers hoping history repeats
Birmingham Post-Herald

A score to settle
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Green Wave going through recruiting period
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Soderberg is a coach worth rallying around
St Louis Post Dispatch

Extra time beneficial
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Non-BCS Victory: Utah 17, No. 19 Oregon 13
YAHOO! Sports

October 3, 2003

Unknown QB has Bearcats' staff guessing
Cincinnati Enquirer

Carter's sports history full of success stories
Hattiesburg American

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Ground game gives Bearcats fiercer growl
-UC's Guidugli has flair for 4th quarter

Gino's World
UC News Record

Cincinnati returns to C-USA play at home
YAHOO! Sports (U-Wire)

Golden Eagles Hope To Maintain League Lead, Travel To Face Cincinnati
SouthernMiss
.com

Cards eye fast start in C-USA race
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

It's a home game for 28 Cardinals
Louisville Courier Journal

From the Tampa Tribune
-One Team's Streak Will End Saturday
-USF's O-Line Will Be Tested-

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers' new receiver threatening defenses
-New logos will leap out at fans
-12-0 TCU gets attention
-C-USA rankings
-Saturday's C-USA games
-Here's to Brooke... and her Tigers

From The Birmingham News
-Blazers looking to slow Memphis `playmaker'
-C-USA PREVIEW

Brown: UAB's coaching to blame
Birmingham Post-Herald

Merrill's been running show at TCU
Middleton (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record

From The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
-Inside 20, TCU is zoning out
-Friday Night CFB: TODAY ON TV

UC Switches Two Basketball Dates
UCBearcats.com

49ers land center
Charlotte Observer

Maggard to WAC- UH focused on C-USA
Houston Chronicle

Big East opts to remain one conference
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Other: MAC invites Central Florida
Chicago Tribune

MAC extends offer to Central Florida
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

October 2, 2003

Several options await SLU
St Louis Post Dispatch

Conference USA Football Notebook
conferenceusa.com

C-USA Fearless Predictions
collegefootballnews.com

UH improves in a hurry under Briles
Houston Chronicle

USM seldom enjoys playing in Cincinnati
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

USM's Carter shows he's ready for prime time
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Little joy for Almond
Hattiesburg American

From the Tampa Tribune
-Louisville Looking For Early Scores
-Close-Up With Casey Cobb

Bull market for football has helped build Bulls
Louisville Courier Journal

Army's power source
Middleton (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record

West laments turnovers, despite 3-1 start
Birmingham News

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers hope to run against UAB
-U of M officials push play, offer scholarship
-Calipari offers coaches collegiate clinic
-Five questions with Ed Schilling, Tiger basketball assistant coach
-Tiger athletes of the week
-Where are they now?

Frogs offense looks for knockouts to go with knockdowns
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

From the Dallas News
-TCU often gets lift from kicker
-SMU at center of WAC's discussions

Knights weighing options
Orlando Sentinel

UAB futbol ranked No. 3 nationally
Birmingham Post-Herald

October 1, 2003

Big match ups this week in Conference USA football action
New Bern Sun Journal

From conferenceusa.com
-Kolb Passes Houston To Victory At East Carolina
-UAB Men’s Soccer Earn Highest Top Five Ranking

From The Houston Chronicle
-C-USA notebook- AD Maggard wants big two to gussy up
-Wizig's C-USA rankings

Berry one loss from ax?
Middleton (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record

His future is now
Biloxi Sun Herald

Carter surprises coaches
Hattiesburg American

UC foe to start freshman QB
CincyPost.com

USM names new QB
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Blazers need confidence
-Kolb, Cougars clobber Pirates

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Two-Sport Support
-Tigers-UAB notebook
-Post player commits to hard work

Memphis could be cure for UAB's ills
Birmingham Post-Herald

Blazers plan more action for Southall
Birmingham News

GMAC Bowl Will Scout USF-Louisville game
Tampa Tribune

Battered but still unbeaten, TCU happy to return home to play winless Army
YAHOO! Sports (AP)

TCU plans quarterback rotation against Army
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

From The Louisville Courier Journal
-A winning script
-Pitino's recruiting against the NBA
-Former U of L recruit James Lang signs with Hornets

September 30, 2003

Weeknight football goes prime time
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

49ers officials forced to look at possibilities
Charlotte Observer

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook
-C-USA Women's Soccer Notebook
-C-USA Men's Soccer Notebook
-C-USA Cross Country Notebook

C-USA News from the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
C-USA: Game of the week
C-USA: Players to watch
C-USA: The week's best
C-USA: Standings
C-USA: Around the league
 

Next 2 Games Crucial To USF's Bowl Aspirations
Tampa Tribune

Bower- USM was 'own worst enemy'
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Carter gets his shot
-Eagles endeavor to raise football IQ

Wave hopes open date has calming effect
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Fumbles, drops haunt Bearcats
Cincinnati Enquirer

From The Louisville Courier Journal
-New local wine to hit stores- Pitino Grigio
-Petrino pointing to South Florida

Another painful victory for Frogs
Dallas Morning News

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-New wrinkles score big
-Tigers-UAB Notebook

From the Birmingham News
-Blazers work on running, stopping it
-Blazers' Garrett out 7-10 days

September 29, 2003

For the record, TCU is perfect
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Tulane down, but it's not out
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Sullivan to Hackney- Meet expectations, lead team
Birmingham News

This week for Southern Miss
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

USF Knows It Needs To Improve
Tampa Tribune

From The Louisville Courier Journal
-LeFors' head is clear again
-Former U of L star says he feels forgotten by school
-A month of college football tells a lot

Musings From A College Football Idiot
The Day (Connecticut)

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

Memphis, UC to keep rivalry
Cincinnati Enquirer

Forward commits to Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

 


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