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October 19, 2003

Game No. 7: ECU-Army Game Vitals - 10.19
Denny O'Brien: A bonding win for East Carolina
Pirates prevail in struggle between the winless
Box Score & Statistics
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.19
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Notch First Win Of The Season, 38-32 Over Army
-No. 25 Cincinnati Tops Volleyball, 3-0
-Men's Basketball Conducts First Full Workout Of New Season
-Wiley, Rouse Star In Midnight Scrimmage
-Pirate Swimmers, Divers Defeat College of Charleston
-MacKenize Places Second At State Championships

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-Thompson gets first win as collegiate head coach
-Nearly 1,500 fans turn out for ECU’s Midnight Madness
-Rice, SMU, Tulsa leaving WAC for Conference USA

ECU goes to Townes in win
Raleigh News & Observer

Black Knights Clipped By East Carolina, 38-32
goarmysports.com

From The Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Mumford- blame me for this defeat
-Dawkins- Firing right decision
-Dedicated Black Knights deserve better
-Latest loss tougher

Herrion likes what he sees
Kinston Free Press

Pirates coach wins 1st game
Charlotte Observer

October 18, 2003

Keith LeClair: From The Dugout - 10.18
Bonesville.net

Optimism abounds in Greenville & Chapel Hill - 10.18
Bonesville.net

C-USA poised to whack WAC & MAC - 10.18
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.18
Bonesville.net

Bonesville Bytes - 10.18
Bill Herrion Media Day remarks
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-The Time Is Now
-ECU Men's Basketball Media Day Quotes
-ECU Women's Soccer Battles Miami to 2-2 Tie
-No. 21 Louisville Tops Volleyball, 3-1
-Pirate GameWeek

Football Today
East Carolina vs. Army
Saturday October 18th
1:00 p.m. ET (WITN-TV 7)
Michie Stadium, West Point, NY
Gametracker | Live Stats
Pirate Radio 1250 Audio Broadcast
Army Audio Broadcast

Toss out the records, please
Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record

From The New Bern Sun Journal
-Winless Bowl II
-Pirates hoops excited as new season looms

ECU-Army preview
Kinston Free Press

ECU facing Army still seeking first win
Raleigh News & Observer

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU’s Mickey McCoy is continuing his family’s tradition in football.
-ECU women’s team hoping to continue climb in C-USA
-Mountain West eyeing up TCU

October 17, 2003

Al Myatt: View from the East - 10.17
Dealing with madness — midnight & otherwise
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.17
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 10.17
The John Thompson Radio Call-In Show
Locker Room (Monroe, Wiggins, Crumpler & Junior Smith)
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 10.17
On Campus (Richie, Sheeter, Emodi, Dougherty)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Set To Challenge For State Cross Country Supremacy
-"Midnight Madness At Minges" Premieres Oct. 17
-Women's Soccer Set To Take On Miami and Marquette

C-USA officials proactive in hunt for new members
Greenville Daily Reflector

Berry dismissal looms large Saturday
Kinston Free Press

C-USA Fearless Predictions
Collegefootballnews.com

October 16, 2003

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 10.16
West Point joins college athletics sleaze-fest
Bonesville.net

Basketball coaches vow to clean up act - 10.16
Bonesville.net

Suspension hits Pirates' secondary - 10.16
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.16
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 10.16
Fan Show (guests R. Walker, B. Tuggle, M. Ball)
From The Booth (guests W. Shelton, J. Bogaczyk, D. Darling)
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 AUDIO - 10.16
Midweek Tailgate (Steve Logan, Henry Hinton, Mike Steele)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Antonie Nealy Suspended from Football Team
-Time Management A Key to Rimpf's Success
-Pirates to be Part of Big Field at Old Dominion Tennis Event

From The Washington (NC) Daily News
-Moore having sensational season
-Copper still has hopes for bowl game

ECU's Copper says 0-6 Army 'dangerous'
Winston Salem Journal

Third down unkind to Pirates
New Bern Sun Journal

ECU's Nealy suspended
Raleigh News & Observer

From The Charlotte Observer
-ECU suspends defensive back indefinitely
-Marshall among C-USA targets?

October 15, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 10.15
Berry misses out on Misery Bowl No. 2
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.15
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: Dan Antonelli, Raleigh, NC - 10.15
Bonesville.net

J.T. Weekly Press Conference - 10.15
Bonesville.net

Brian Bailey goes 1-on-1 with Chris Moore - 10.15
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 - 10.15
Press Box (B. Bailey, C. Wells, J. Gentry)
George Koonce Show (C. Godette)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Conference USA Concludes Board Meetings
-Williams Earns Conference USA Swimmer of the Week Honor
-Pirate Volleyball Downs N.C. State
-Lady Pirates Finish Second At The Lady Pirate Fall Intercollegiate

Pirates, Army will square off looking for their first victory
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates hoping that firing doesn't spark Black Knights
Washington (NC) Daily News

Yellow flags have cost ECU
Kinston Free Press

Pirates meet their match -- Army
Durham Herald Sun

C-USA looks at its options
Raleigh News & Observer

Excerpt From Army Interim Head Football Coach John Mumford's Weekly Press Conference
goarmysports.com

From the Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Mumford seen as fiery coach
-Greenspan next to go?
-Berry mum about coaching future
-Army's recruits may think twice
-Big East considering Army, Navy

October 14, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 148 - 10.14
Paul Troth: Case study of a mismanaged QB
Bonesville.net

Faltering Pirates dumped from 2004 BCA game - 10.14
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.14
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: Greg Zittel, New York, NY - 10.14
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 Audio: The Brian Bailey Show - 10.14
Guests: Larry Shannon & Danny Gonzalez
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live @ 5 - 10.14
Segment: Bill Herrion & Craig Curtis
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Sportsline - 10.14
Segment: Army Radio Network analyst Dean Darling
Segment: Recruiting guru Sammy Batten
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Thompson to Field Questions on Tuesday's Instant Interview
-Pirate GameWeek
-Jessica Krasny In First At Lady Pirate Fall Intercollegiate
-ECU Men, Women Swim Past Cardinals

Conference merry-go-round starts to turn
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates need a win
Washington Daily News

Fate, reality not on ECU's side
Kinston Free Press

Pirates won't play in BCA contest
Raleigh News & Observer

AD blames BCA for LSU delay
Roanoke (VA) Times

October 13, 2003

Al Myatt: View from the East - 10.13
A letdown 10 years in the making
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.13
Bonesville.net

Shifting alignments could involve ECU - 10.13
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: Mark Griffin, Raleigh, NC - 10.13
Bonesville.net

C-USA Standings, Scores & Schedule - 10.13
Bonesville.net

AP & Coaches Polls - 10.13
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Women's Soccer Ties DePaul 1-1 In Double Overtime
-Pirate Swimmers and Divers Open Up 2003-04 Season

Leach impressive, win or lose
Washington Daily News

PEELE COLUMN- The three keys to UNC’s win in Greenville
Greenville Daily Reflector

J Kerr/Connors: UNC Monday Morning QB
Durham Herald Sun

Pirates fall to Carolina
Kinston Free Press

Tar Heels get first victory; Pirates winless
Wilmington Star-News

NFL/Blake: Ravens top Cardinals
Arizona Republic


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October 19, 2003

From The Anderson Independent
-Tigers run over USC
-Under Holtz, USC no closer to SEC's best
-Holtz makes some surprise starts

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Heels' homecoming headaches
-Anatomy of a steal
-Cloud hanging over Duke gets thicker
-Devils out of answers, excuses
-Area women's basketball teams hold first practices

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs demolish Devils with first-half outburst
-Mountaineers rally for win
-Sun Devils burn Heels on late TD
-Rams beat Bears as Bines shines

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Gamecocks smashed
-Terriers' mission continues
-Terriers make most of passes

From The Charlotte Observer
-USC unable to tame Tigers
-A single yard breaks N. Carolina's hopes
-Little mercy- Deacons crash Devils' homecoming
-Mountaineers' tweaks at halftime secure victory
-A chat with a legend
-Bobcats coach makes early wish list

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack's bark was worse than its bite
-Flat finish for UNC
-Demon Deacons run over Blue Devils
-Wake rushers go 'Hog' wild

October 18, 2003

From theacc.com
-Transcript of Friday's Press Conference
-ACC Releases Divisions For Football Upon BC's Arrival
-Former UNC-CH Football Great 'Choo-Choo' Justice Dies at 79

Saturday's Regional Gametracker
Wake Forest at Duke - Noon
Arizona State at UNC-CH- - 1:35 p.m.
Florida State at Virginia - 7:45 p.m.
LSU at South Carolina - 7:45 p.m.

College football picks
Fayetteville Observer

From The Winston Salem Journal
-A Legendary Life
-Strong ground game of Eagles worries Apps
-Heels brace for explosive Sun Devils
-Deacs say they will be wary of Devils
-Rams plan to add to miseries of Blue Bears
-Deacons have depth, quality at point guard
-Maruyama takes control at Chrysler Classic

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-A new beginning
-Williams signs deal at UNC
-UNC legend dies at 79
-For BC, one wait has ended but another goes on
-Heels fans blue but loyal
-Williams' deal rankles
-Prosser realistic about season

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Charlie 'Choo-Choo' Justice Dies at 79
-Putting the K in Crazies
-UNC's divine Madness
-Williams scores big with Heels
-Deacons, Devils at crossroads
-T.A. toughs it out for Pack

From The Charlotte Observer
-'Choo Choo' was an N.C. original
-ASU trying to salvage its season
-North Carolina greets Williams hoops era
-USC player to begin practice

Heels better be ready to work
The Wilmington Star News

October 17, 2003

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack passes 'gut check'
-Night of confidence and doubt for Pack
-Freshman tackle finally gets to play
-Hurt T.A. helps Pack seal victory
-Williams sees no miracles
-Fresh start for Heels, Williams
-Frontline in forefront for Devils
-Pack takes quiet approach
-BC doesn't fear Big East backlash
-Hurricanes assign Irbe to Johnstown of ECHL

From The Charlotte Observer
-Randolph bigger, healthier this season
-Regional Outlook

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-No big plays this day
-Third down key to Tigers' loss
-Grading the keys to victory
-Quarter by quarter
-High Five
-Holtz refuses to rule out Wharton

From The Anderson Independent
-Tigers fall short
-Pair of linemen earn first career starts
-Defense wants respect

From The Winston Salem Journal
-QB Rivers passes State past Clemson
-LEAN ON LEON- Moore vital to Mountaineers
-Scott speaks with his churning legs
-Deacons Notebook
-Duke's Franks is impressed with WFU's offense, defense
-ASU basketball team on the road a lot early
-Tar Heels, Devils will get early starts

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Tiger tamers
-Duke's offense missing the points
-Former Heels recruit returns to Chapel Hill with ASU
-Big game for NCCU, FSU
-Williams, Heels hungry for wins
-Felton the heart of Roy's Heels
-Blue Devils raving about Deng
-'Morning madness' for Pack

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Clemson falls short
-Last possession comes up empty

From The Fayetteville Observer
-Wolfpack thwarts Tigers
-Disappointed Wolfpack still battling
-UNC's Williams ready to start teaching

October 16, 2003

Clemson vs. North Carolina State
7:45 PM (ESPN)
Raleigh, NC
Gametracker

Wolfpack host Clemson tonight
New Bern Sun Journal

From The Fayetteville Observer
-Stretch run holds rewards for Wolfpack
-ACC Notebook- Expansion could lead to playoffs, ACC coaches say

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack, Canes team up
-McLendon finally healthy
-Fresh approach helps Heels get more out of their defense

From The Anderson Independent
-Tigers try to further Pack's woes
-Tigers have good chance at an upset
-Midterm Marks
-Around the ACC...
-Finally catching on

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Wolfpack tries to salvage season
-Turnover a new leaf
-Forest Oaks a labor of Love

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-A closer look at Justin Miller
-Three keys to victory
-Advantages
-How they'll try to stop N.C. State quarterback Philip Rivers
-Rivers has Les Robinson to thank
-Wharton likely won’t play Saturday
-Wofford coach happy with two No. 1 QBs

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Whitehurst admires Rivers
-Bowden- Fashion career depends on wins
-Robinson gives Terriers a kick

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Just In Time- Barclay says he's ready to lead Deacs' attack
-Aughtry-Lindsay says he has put his big game behind him
-Big Tease- Young tackle sparks Rams
-ACC- Second Big East suit as pointless as first

From The Charlotte Observer
-Bobcats' 1st coach will be Bickerstaff
-Wolfpack meets Clemson at critical juncture in season
-Love helps to attract players to Greensboro

The Wilmington Star News
-Plenty of questions at UNCW
-What a difference a year makes for Trask

Big East schools sue BC, ACC
Boston Globe

October 15, 2003

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Duke's tough cycle
-Second lawsuit filed
-Pack joins 'club' with Tigers
-Winning tastes good to Tar Heels
-Wolfpack player faces charges
-Ex-coaches speak
-Coaches talk about scandal-

From The Charlotte Observer
-Expansion bound to earn ACC enemies
-Tar Heels' next hurdle- Ariz. St. QB

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-BC likely to join Clemson’s division
-USC runners face staunch LSU front
-USC, Clemson seasons mirroring each other
-Rivers N.C. State’s main building block

From The Anderson Independent
-Clemson coaches in search of new images this year
-Special teams making strides at Clemson
-Injury bug bites DBs

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Whitehurst the quarterback for the future
-Behind Rivers' big numbers
-Will it be feast or famine for Tar Heels?

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Surprising Wofford in the driver's seat
-Mountaineers still in race, Moore says
-Soup's On- Heels savor win, celebration dinner
-WFU searching for a way out of slump
-Magi- Wise men of ACC bring another gift from East

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Last year's LSU defeat still stings
-Interceptions hard to come by for Gamecocks
-Tigers plugging the gaps at defensive end
-Tigers' offense hopes Wolfpack defense ripe for the picking
-Clemson happy with addition of Eagles
-Terriers tack Texas onto schedule

With Blizzard, Callahan gone, Seahawks looking for leaders
Wilmington Star-News

October 14, 2003

From The Anderson Independent
-A new attitude- Inner strength is keeping Tigers focused
-Clemson's Jamison may achieve goal

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Three Pack starters out for Clemson game
-Devils brought down by mistakes
-Is a smart student a smart football player?
-Big East schools authorize lawsuit against BC, ACC

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-
USC remembers last year
-Irons not seeking transfer
-Clemson to adjust system
-Tigers making strides with improved attitudes
-Furman coach defends Paladins’ progress

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Tigers can deal blow to Wolfpack
-Proctor makes switch to receiver
-Holtz wary of LSU team on the rebound
-Wharton doubtful with ankle sprain

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Franks baffled by Devils' repeated mistakes
-Banged-up Wolfpack sees no relief on horizon
-Ready Reserve
-CIAA Notebook

Wolfpack punter becomes a strength
Burlington Times-News

From The Greensboro News-Record
-Heels still have an uphill climb
-Home crowd finally gets to witness Aggie Pride

Back To Court
Hartford (CT) Courant

From The Boston Globe
-BC accepts invitation to join ACC
-Move may not be so appealing after all

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Flying high now
-Big East set to sue BC, ACC officials
-BC vs ACC
-Injuries hit Wolfpack

October 13, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Boston College to join ACC
-Money, football drives adding BC
-Wolfpack back in national spotlight
-N.C. State MMQB
-Duke MMQB
-NCCU MMQB

UNC players like taste of victory
Kinston Free Press

From The Winston Salem Journal
-BACK TO BASICS- Grobe says Deacons will refocus
-BC Joins ACC Boston College called 'perfect match'
-Panthers reach 5-0

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Boston College to join ACC
- ACC finds magic number with BC in fold
- The road to expansion
-ACC's latest move upsets Big East
-What they're saying
-Bunting has chance to praise defense

From The Charlotte Observer
-Boston College takes ACC bid
-Perfect run

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Midterm report card
-Clemson wary of TV reruns
-Boston College accepts ACC invite
-Odom hopes new tempo can turn team around

BC set to make move
Boston Globe


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October 19, 2003

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

East Carolina 38, Army 32  
TCU 27, UAB 24  
USF 55, Charleston Sou 7  
Memphis 45, Houston 14

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Escape artists
-TCU pays tribute to former coach Wacker; TCU 27, UAB 24
-TCU hoops teams start preparing for season

Undefeated TCU pulls out win over UAB
Dallas News

From The Tampa Tribune
-Banks Gets Night Off During Easy Win For USF
-Ground Game Grounds Out Easy Victory
-USF Talking With Murray State, Auburn

From the St Petersburg Times
-Selmon cautious after Big East meeting
-Game doesn't seem like regular season
-USF game balls

From The Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Hungry Tigers win big
-Tigers postgame
-Tigers way ahead of pack as practice tips off
-ECU coach earns first win

Soderberg sets tone from start
St Louis Post Dispatch

MU 89, Nicaragua 51
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

October 18, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-Statement from C-USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky
-Louisville's High-Powered Offense Too Much for Tulane
-C-USA Preseason Basketball Magazine Prognostications
-Cincinnati Men's Basketball Preview
-Cincinnati Women's Basketball Preview

Saturday's C-USA Games
East Carolina at Army 1:00PM
UAB at TCU 6:00PM
Charleston Southern at South Florida 7:00PM
Memphis at Houston 7:00PM
Tulane 28, Louisville 47 Friday

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-NOT IN THE CARDS
-To play in December, Wave has work to do
-Shelton runs through Green Wave

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-It's Friday night rush hour
-Cardinals' defense torments Tulane

Shelton, Bush ground out Cards victory
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Mountain West might pursue TCU
-THE EDGE
-NCAA INSIDER

Change apparent for C-USA
Hattiesburg American

From the Houston Chronicle
-Rice puts deal with C-USA in writing
-Not looking ahead, UH hosts Memphis

From The Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Houston's QB to test Tigers
-Tigers vs. Houston
-Three from WAC will join C-USA

From The Dallas Morning News
-TCU searching for consistency
-If C-USA proposes, SMU will accept

From the St Petersburg Times
-Big East meets with USF
-CHARLESTON S. (1-5) AT USF (3-2)

From The Tampa Tribune
-USF's Biggest Obstacle Expected To Be Itself
-Big East Officials, USF Meet
-Charleston Southern At USF

USM shifts White back to old spot on O-line
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

UAB
Birmingham News

Madness brings surprise for 49ers
Charlotte Observer

Williams, Bearcats ready for fresh starts
Cincinnati Enquirer

MU 89, PZ 51-
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

October 17, 2003

Football Hosts Tulane In Nationally-Televised Contest
uoflsports.com

Tulane vs. Louisville
Friday October 17
8:00 PM (ESPN)
PAPA JOHN'S CARDINAL STADIUM
Gametracker

Audio Broadcasts

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Tulane eager to win
-Inside Tulane football

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cardinals want time on their side tonight
-This may make it cool to be a Card
-Telfair picks U of L

NO MORE DANCING
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From conferenceusa.com
-USM's Davis Named Butkus Award Semifinalist
-Charlotte Men's Basketball Preview
-Charlotte Women's Basketball Preview

Midnight to bring basketball madness
Charlotte Observer

From The St Louis Post Dispatch
-Bills will go to basics in early workouts
-Billikens nab East St. Louis standout

USM basketball teams to begin practice Saturday
Hattiesburg American

Nice start-MU victorious in Costa Rica
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Recruiting wish list heavy on defense
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Madness Reloaded
UC News Record

From The Cincinnati Post
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Banks and Willis to Visit for Midnight Madness
-
Big East should aim high, not south

From The Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Fat rank- Memphis is finally BIG-time
-Tigers' receiver/backs offer multiple threats
-Cincinnati's defense puts Bearcats into sudden skid
-bConference USA rankings

Rice officials get C-USA pitch
Biloxi Sun Herald

From The Birmingham News
-TCU `D' impresses Brown
-C-USA PREVIEW

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Coach comes 'home' to TCU at peace
-Commissioner talks with Rice about joining C-USA

Frogs guarding their turf
Birmingham Post-Herald

Preview- UAB (3-3, 2-1) at No. 16 TCU (6-0, 3-0)
Dallas News

From the St Petersburg Times
-
Rude jiltings could cost USF a bowl bid
-USF extra points
-The more, the merrier
-Records- USF contacted Big East

Marshall awaits C-USA invitation
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-Marshall can't afford not to join C-USA; plus former league AD says only good can come from moving
-Herd's opportunities in C-USA are legitimate

Big East Stays The Course
Hartford (CT) Courant

October 16, 2003

Herd AD anticipates 'conference' call - 10.16
Bonesville.net

C-USA talks to Herd about possible bid
Charleston (WV) Gazette

C-USA getting closer to expansion
Biloxi Sun Herald

Rice, four others due C-USA bids
Houston Chronicle

From The Dallas News
-SMU meets with Conference USA, WAC
-Wacker to be recognized at halftime Saturday

From the Jackson (MS) Larion-Ledger
-What will new Conference USA look like- Here's one guy's guess
-USM releases schedule

From The St Petersburg Times
-USF and UCF, league rivals?
-Iskra still limited for Bulls

From The Tampa Tribune
-C-USA ADs Say USF Good Fit In Big East
-Golden Belles Another Step In Recruiting Efforts
-USF Practice notes

From The Tampa Tribune
-McCullum-Led USF Unveils New Look
-Leavitt- Bulls Have A Lot Of Room To Improve

From The Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Calipari 'shocked' by Wade incident
-Tiger-Houston notebook

Injuries can't slow Frogs down
Bonesville.net

Tulane's defense 'really struggling'
Louisville Courier-Journal

From the Birmingham News
-Sullivan making trip to face his old team
-Tough Blazers workouts got even tougher

Patchwork D-line gets it done for Blazers
Birmingham Post-Herald

Big East's new direction includes South, Midwest
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Losman mastering late comebacks for Tulane
Baton Rouge Advocate

Offense clicks with LeFors
New Orleans Times-Picayune

D'Angelo back on the field
Hattiesburg American

From conferenceusa.com
-UAB Men's Basketball Preview
-UAB Women's Basketball Preview

October 15, 2003

49ers, CUSA closer to breakup
Charlotte Observer

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
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U of L feels TV heat in having to play this Friday
-Telfair to announce tomorrow

Tulane comes to town to test Cards' mettle
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From The St Petersburg Times
-Bulls take defeat to heart
-USF keeping eye on meetings for BCS conferences

From The Tampa Tribune
-C-USA Has Targeted Replacements
-WR Iskra Doubtful For Saturday's Game

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Highs of Texas focus on TCU football
-C-USA readies contingency plan for Big East raid
-Defensive end will leave bragging for later
-New coach not wasting any time-

Defense leads Frogs to No. 16
Dallas News

Horned Frogs toast of Texas
Birmingham News

From The Houston Chronicle
-Rice, SMU, Tulsa might be on C-USA invitation list
-C-USA notebook- Hold horses, Briles advises hopeful fans
-Adelekan out
-Wizig's C-USA rankings

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-Moore nearing elite company
-Blazers are bracing for TCU's defense
-SECOND LINE- C-USA APPROVES EXPANSION PLAN

Bower- Offense needs 'attitude'
Hattiesburg American

D'Angelo gets doctors' OK to return Oct. 25
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-QB D'Angelo gets green light to practice
-C-USA 'proactive' with plans to remain strong
-Are Cougars overachievers?
C-USA: Game of the week
C-USA: Players of the week
C-USA: The week's best
C-USA: Standings

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers' Mexican trip worth the price
-Tiger still has chance to help
-Tigers-Cougars notebook

SEC's Slive thinks league he helped to form is in trouble
South Florida Sun Sentinel

Pitt, Big East should join Tulane's fight against BCS
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

From conferenceusa.com
-Tulane Men's Basketball Preview
-Tulane Women's Basketball Preview

DePaul golfer fought hard against cancer
Chicago Tribune

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC's Moore says back problem minor
-UC volleyball team ranked

New Home
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

October 14, 2003

Army marches Berry out the door - 10.14
Bonesville.net

Army Terminates Contract Of Football Coach Todd Berry
goarmysports.com

From the Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Berry gets sacked as coach at Army
-The end of an error
-Mumford directs first practice

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

BC bolts; Big East searches
Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-C-USA leaders meet to discuss options
-Scelfo disappointed in Tulane's offense

Tulane game looks to be a shootout
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Freshman is U of L's Mr. Everything
-Cheaper by the dozen? Not here

From the Tampa Tribune
-Big East Could Be Set To Lure USF
-Bulls Get Back To Business After Emotional Loss

Big East is expected to court USF
St Petersburg Times

C-USA on alert after Boston College jump to ACC
Ft Worth Star Telegram

With ACC done, others set to get in line
Dallas News

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-BC's exit hasn't turned off UC
-UC Basketball Preview

From the Biloxi Sun Herald
-D'Angelo to talk with doctors today
-Bower- Calls were good ones

Eagles go back to drawing board
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Loss hurts Eagles from Alabama
Hattiesburg American

UAB considers options at TCU
Birmingham News

Blazers find a source of inspiration
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-West plans to rely on proven weapons
-Tigers-Houston Notebook
-Tigers at midseason but things suck bad
-Tigers jelled well in Mexico

Defense's big plays crucial to UH's 5-1 start
Houston Chronicle

Defection won’t change Big East reorganization
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Rebuilding process
si.com

BC leaving Big East for ACC could benefit Temple
Philadelphia Enquirer

October 13, 2003

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

Where Eagles Dare
Hartford (CT) Courant

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
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Guru gives TCU little hope for BCS bid
-At 6-0, Frogs aren't strutting
-Boston College to bolt Big East for ACC

Reeling Bearcats welcome off week
Cincinnati Enquirer

Despite solid offense, Wave faces uphill battle
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From The Tampa Tribune
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Despite Struggles, Banks Remains USF's Starting QB
-Statement Game Proved To Be One- Frogs Were Simply Better

This week for Southern Miss
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Tigers put their spin on Mayan culture
Memphis Commercial Appeal


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