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October 26, 2003

Game No. 8: ECU-U of L Game Vitals - 10.26
— Denny O'Brien: Stretch run should focus on execution
— AP: Cards seize 4th quarter, sink Pirates
— Box Score & Statistics
— Post-Game Audio J.T. and Players
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.26
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Falter in Fourth to Louisville
-Photo gallery
-Volleyball Picks Up First Conference Win
-Women's Golf in Seventh After Two Rounds At Lady Paladin Tournament
-Women's Soccer Defeats Louisville 2-0

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-
Pirates knocked down again
-
Copper downplays breaking record

Pirates again fizzle in fourth quarter
Durham Herald Sun

Win not in Cards
Raleigh News & Observer

Louisville scores 23 points in fourth quarter in win
New Bern Sun Journal

From The Louisville Courier Journal
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Cards get deceptive in win
-Notebook- Coaches exchange some unpleasantries

From The Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Cards strike late, turn back ECU 36-20
-Cardinals break out with 23 points in 4th quarter

Louisville Rolls Over ECU, 36-20
uoflsports.com

October 25, 2003

Football Today
Louisville vs. East Carolina
Saturday October 25th
2:00 p.m. ET
Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, Greenville, NC
Gametracker | Live Stats
Pirate Radio 1250 Audio Broadcast
U of L Audio Broadcast

Keith LeClair: From The Dugout - 10.25
— An October for the Ages
Bonesville.net

Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 10.25
— Herrion's 'Reputation' nets Castro
Bonesville.net

C-USA's blueprint falling into place - 10.25
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.25
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate GameDay
-Men's Hoops Tabbed 13th In C-USA Preseason Coaches Poll
-USF Holds Off ECU Men's Soccer, 1-0

Pirates Foil Women's Soccer team 2-0 Friday
uoflsports.com

No easy road for ECU with Cardinals
New Bern Sun Journal

Cards, Pirates not the rivals they once were
Louisville Courier-Journal

C-USA title could still run through Greenville
Wilmington Star-News

Football- Louisville sets sights on East Carolina
Fayetteville Observer

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Rimpf stands out on and off the field for Pirates
-Marshall picks C-USA
-ECU MEN’S HOOPS- Presley having an impact

Cardinals can't overlook E. Carolina
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Pirate Preview
Kinston Free Press

Louisville at ECU preview
Kinston Free Press

Cardinals face Pirates as title push continues
Charlotte Observer

Proposed moves could help stabilize C-USA
Winston Salem Journal

Herd wants C-USA spot
Raleigh News & Observer

October 24, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 150 - 10.24
— Reformulated C-USA has its perks
Bonesville.net

Easley makes delayed pitch for Pirates - 10.24
-Text of Easley letter to Tranghese - 10.24
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.24
Bonesville.net

 Pirate Radio 1250 AUDIO - 10.24
— George Koonce Show (Jeff Blake & Vinson Smith)
— John Thompson Radio Call-In Show
— Locker Room (Monroe, Wiggins, Crumpler & Matt Maloney)
Bonesville.net

 Cable 7 AUDIO - 10.24
— On Campus (T. Moye, D. Robinson, M. Graves, J. Perry)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Athletics Hall of Fame Goes Online
-ECU Men's Soccer Returns Home for USF, No. 22 Cincinnati
-Lady Pirates Soccer Preparing For Postseason Run
-ECU Volleyball Looks for Conference Win against Charlotte
-Child ID Kits to be Distributed at Saturday's Game

East Carolina ponders its place
Raleigh News & Observer

Logan is questioned about Duke vacancy
Greenville Daily Reflector

Rimpf doing his job for the Pirates
Washington Daily News

Big East vote set for Nov. 4
New Haven Register

October 23, 2003

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 10.23
— Time running out to make Big East case
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.23
Bonesville.net

 Cable 7 AUDIO - 10.23
— Midweek Tailgate (Steve Logan, Henry Hinton, Bobby Petrino)
Bonesville.net

Women's Basketball Picked 11th in C-USA Preseason Poll
ecupirates.com

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU may have outside shot at Big East
-Gov. Mike Easley to Big East- ECU is a good fit

Life got better for East Carolina's Thompson
Hattiesburg American

Pirates get view of reality
New Bern Sun-Journal

East Carolina is wary of Louisville's backs
Winston Salem Journal

Nealy not slowed by distraction
Washington Daily News

Selling losing programs is never easy
espn.com

Previous Opponent: WVU shocks Hokies in final Big East meeting
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Police use pepper spray on W. Va. fans
Boston Globe

October 22, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 10.22
— What a difference a win makes
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.22
Bonesville.net

 J.T. Weekly Press Conference - 10.22
Bonesville.net

  Brian Bailey goes 1-on-1 with Kent Nealy - 10.22
Bonesville.net

  Pirate Radio 1250 - 10.22
— Press Box (T. Dreyfus, B. Bailey, C. Wells, J. Gentry)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate GameWeek
-Townes Named C-USA Player of the Week
-Instant Interview Replay- John Thompson (Oct. 21)
-Ryan Leveque And Men's Golf Team Win Pirate Fall Intercollegiate

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Thompson praises C-USA’s three future members
-ECU NOTES- Ryan Leveque wins individual title

Pirates visit ground zero
Raleigh News & Observer

Little time for Pirates to celebrate
Durham Herald Sun

Thompson happy with first win
Washington Daily News

ECU finally gets a taste
Kinston Free Press

Card’s offense surprises opposition and Petrino
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From conferenceusa.com
-East Carolina Men's Basketball Preview
-East Carolina Women's Basketball Preview

Email Links to Big East AD's, NC elected Officials & Newspapers
  Want ECU in the Big East? Make your voice heard by sending emails
ecutobigeast.com

North neighbors not on roster
Anderson Independent

October 21, 2003

Al Myatt: View from the East - 10.21
— Logan and Duke — the right fit?
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.21
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 Audio: The Brian Bailey Show - 10.21
— Guest: Lonnie Galloway
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live @ 5 - 10.21
— Segment: John Thompson
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Thompson to Field Questions on Tuesday's Instant Interview
-Q&A With Head Coach Sharon Baldwin-Tener
-ECU's Gellard, Rose Win Flights in ODU Tennis Tournament
-Four Pirate Golfers Finish Day One Of Pirate Fall Intercollegiate in Top 18

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Conference USA delegation visits Marshall
-Running game carrying Cardinals nicely
-Thompson gets first win as collegiate head coach

October 20, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 149 - 10.20
— Nick Floyd: Positioning the Pirates
— Audio: Interview with Nick Floyd
Bonesville.net

Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 10.20
— Herrion's Philly legacy pays off 'big'
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 10.20
Bonesville.net

Bonesville Bytes - 10.20
— Denny O'Brien interviews Nick Floyd
— ECU-Army post-game: J.T. & players
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Marquette Defeats Men's Soccer
-ECU Women's Soccer Falls To Marquette 1-0

From The Washington Daily News
-Finally, a reason for the Pirates to smile
-ECU's Bing looking for big season

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU avoids record book for loses
-Townes steps up; Hourigan breaks out; Copper climbing


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October 26, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duke's best shot off-target
-Roof makes a difference for Duke
-Devils mix it up under center
-Another bitter end for Heels
-Little goes right for Eagles in blowout defeat
-Big men take center stage at Duke's Blue-White game
-Pack's Bennerman to miss 6-8 weeks

Roof pulls out all the stops
Fayetteville Observer

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-State survives
- It didn't blow the roof off, but Roof's start solid
- After slow start, Hall gets rolling
- It's all new for Devils
-Razing raises rich memories of Riddick
-Heels slip up again
- Heels show resiliency with second-quarter rally
-Blue Devils sharp in Blue-White game
-May lightens the load on his healed left foot

From The Charlotte Observer
-Pack's Rivers passes Weinke in narrow win
-Roof influence shows to the end for Devils
-Late fumble sends UNC home unhappy
-Frustration mounts for Tar Heels

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs fall to 'Noles, Bowden
-Wounded Wolfpack fends off Devils
-Wofford tops Appalachian to hold onto lead in SoCon
-Heels fall short against Tigers
-Rams roll over Eagles on national TV
-Happy Birthday- Panthers are turning 10

From The Anderson Independent
-Tigers get an ugly win
-Tigers break 100-yard mark vs. Tar Heels again
-Pinkins, USC run over Vandy
-Gamecocks come out running

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-Ready for final stretch
-USC defense makes plays that count
-Grading the Keys to victory
-High five
-Key Drive
-Tigers swat pesky Tar Heels
-Grading the keys to victory
-High five
-Site predicts bowls for USC, Clemson

October 25, 2003

Sammy Batten: College football picks
Fayetteville Observer

October 25 Regional Gametracker
UNC at Clemson - Noon
NC State at Duke - 1 p.m.
Wake at FSU - 3:30 p.m.
Vanderbilt at South Carolina - 7 p.m.

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Wofford, ASU in role reversals
-State gets first look at "new-Roof' Duke
-Durant's numbers rise despite Tar Heels' fall
-Bowden is effusive in praising Deacons
-Rivalry with Eagles motivating Rams

Terriers try to stay perfect
Spartanburg Herald Journal

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duke-Pack game not always key, but usually fun
-Leak grows up
-At Duke, it's same faces, new bodies
-Quick recovery at N.C. Central

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Duke's Roof may be sturdy
-Pluses, minuses at Duke
-Sizing up the other guy
-Coming off the bench
-Pack seeks even keel
-Devils' Deng earns praise
-UNC fans find a target
-Wake worries FSU

From The Charlotte Observer
-Appalachian St. ranks today's game as big
-Wofford, Citadel surprise SoCon leaders
-It all goes through Roof at Duke
-Wolfpack aims to shake road doldrums
-Holtz hopes to bring fun back to Gamecocks
-Clemson faces difficult challenge in Durant

From The Greensboro News Record
-Delay was eligibility issue
-Pack looking to eliminate woes on road

From The Anderson Independent
-ACC expansion makes today's game special
-Tigers ready to win last macthup for years
-Recruiting tops new Clemson coach's to do list

October 24, 2003

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-ACC still seeking title game
-ACC shanks draw groans
-Couple of firsts for the Canes

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Andrews has started to make plays for Deacons
-Deacons Notebook
-BE PREPARED- Jackson is always ready for action
-UP, UP AND AWAY- McKinney's strong leg has helped the Apps back into the SoCon race

From The Anderson Independent
-North Carolina blues
-Tigers shuffle line again
-Gamecock lineman risks career-ending injury to play college football

Speed thrills on defense
Columbia (SC) The State

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Roof juggling family, team
-Interim coaches' fate no sure thing
-McLendon not likely to play
-Yow's goal- No more pain

Wake's offense confusing
South Florida Sun Sentinel

Basketball- Wake's backcourt making a point
Fayetteville Observer

Williams picks up where Doherty left off -- a strong recruiting class
Wilmington Star-News

Bus from Florida A&M crashes on way to Triad
Greensboro News-Record

October 23, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Pack showing more strength
-Duke's new math- Revision of division
-Is Biddle the answer to riddle?
-Eagles' many mistakes making things tough

From The Fayetteville Observer
-Franks had it coming, but not like that
-Preps: Bell spurns UNC, State for Tech

Odd journey comes to end
Greensboro News-Record

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Home-Field Advantage- Quarterback's ties to Wake Forest go back to its beginning
-Zielinski says Duke can't throw in towel
-Rams Notebook
-Evtimov says he's ready to rumble

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-NCAA sent Morris to bench
-More surgery for McLendon
-ACC foes thinking bowl
-Rivers finalist on Unitas list
-Bowden worried about Wake Forest
-Williams draws crowd
-Fans can see Duke practice
-Freshman guard must sit 3 games

From The Charlotte Observer
-Hodge doesn't dodge spotlight
-Bunting gets helping hand from better half
-Farming, not football, drives Ford

From The Anderson Independent
-Four starters could sit out
-Tigers line growing in experience
-Around the ACC...
-Grading the Gamecocks

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Disappearing act
-Holtz urges team to get more emotional

From The Spartanburg Herald Journal
-Holtz wants more aggression
-Clemson's Fry guys looking good lately
-Bowden says e-mail critics pass on tight ends
-Nash is team's big-play man
-Whitehurst carves up Tar Heels

October 22, 2003

From The Anderson Independent
-Clemson investigating inappropriate material on web sites
-USC's Gause expected to play Saturday

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Heels build trust
-McArver quits UNC women
-Wed Night Football: Hokie on a roll

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Flipping the flop- Wolfpack's not ready to give up
-Heels having tough time getting over last-second loss

From The Winston Salem Journal
-SOCON Notebook
-ASU's Lynch having a stellar season
-Bunting says defeat is in past
-Deacons gear up to take on 'Noles

From The Fayetteville Observer
-More prospects could be looking at Hokies
-Preps: Bell to make decision

From The Greensboro News-Record
-Durant still a bright spot for North Carolina
-Lingruen familiar with FSU

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Disappearing act
-Miller struggling with expectations more than foes

From The Spartanburg Herald Journal
-Tigers dealing with porn on players' sites
-USC's White toughs it out
-Terriers' Steele finally a starter

October 21, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-What's Roof's ceiling?
-It's a rough profession, just ask Roof
-Chow comments on the Duke job
-On two levels, Amato hated to see firing
-Sun Devils complain about officiating in win over UNC

From The Spartanburg Herald Journal
-Ayers- I'm where I need to be
-Gamecocks will hold JV game

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacons' Ellis has successful surgery on broken foot
-Amato scrambles for players as injury bug bites Pack again

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz wants team to play like practice
-USC players plan meeting to boost morale
-Players’ online pages pulled
-Tigers maintain ACC title hopes

McLendon has knee surgery
Greensboro News-Record

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Coach K will join business faculty
-Friends honor a humble hero
-Roof steps in at Duke
-McLendon has knee surgery; Davis will play
-Big turnouts for practices
-State player 'lucky' to survive wreck
-Midseason changes 'a disturbing trend'

From The Anderson Independent
-Switching sides
-Tigers still suffering from loss to Wolfpack
-Holtz is back to old self
-Holtz tries to bring aggressiveness to South Carolina

October 20, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duke fires Franks
-A lost cause
-Devils can go in several directions
-Duke players- Bad season not "the work of one man"
-UNC MMQB
-NCSU MMQB
-NCCU MMQB
-PGA: Magnificent Maruyama

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Duke sacks losing coach midseason
-What's next for Duke?
-Bunting looks to 'build on it'

Duke sends coach packing
Burlington Times-News

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacons aiming to maintain intensity level against 'Noles
-Ellis, sophomore center at Wake Forest, to have surgery after breaking right foot
-Not Soon- NFL says Charlotte Super Bowl years off
-Titans hand Panthers first loss
-Maruyama's putter sinks CCG opponents

THUD
Charlotte Observer

Tagliabue pays Sunday visit to Ericsson Stadium
Columbia (SC) The State


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October 26, 2003

Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

conferenceusa.com scoreboard
Memphis 41, Tulane 9  
Southern Miss 27, USF 6  
Cincinnati 33, Army 29  
TCU 62, Houston 55  
Louisville 36, East Carolina 20  
Georgia 16, UAB 13

From the Hattiesburg American
-Golden Eagles trample error-prone Bulls 27-6
-South Florida leaves 'disappointed, mad'
-Southern Miss looks bowl-bound already
-Magic or mojo, Eagles perform unusually well
-Nix appreciates special tribute

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-USM gets big plays, big victory
-Outgained, not outplayed
-Derrick Nix joins ranks of elite Eagles in USM's 'Legends Club'
-
Slide show: South Florida 6 - Southern Miss - 27

From the Tampa Tribune
-Mistakes, Penalties Send USF To 27-6 Loss Vs. Southern Miss
-Bulls Win First Half - Only On Paper
-USF Must Win Out Or No Bowl Again

From the St Petersburg Times
-Stats do Bulls no good
-Long first-play TD sets tone for USM
-Penalties hurt USF, frustrate players, coach
-USF By the Numbers
-USF Gameballs

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Going Frog wild
-Offense breaks mold with brisk early pace; TCU 62, HOUSTON 55

From The Houston Chronicle
-TCU pushed to limit in win over UH
-Defense falls apart, but TCU stays together

Frogs survive in a shootout vs. Houston
Dallas Morning News

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-
Tigers maul Wave again
-Wave get sinking feeling

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-U of M rolls over Tulane
-Comfortable Tigers hitting stride on defense
-Tigers Postgame
-Tigers dominate Green Wave
-Georgia barely slips past UAB
-Late push gives Louisville 7th win
-Tigers focus on rebounds

From the Birmingham News
-Gutsy Blazers push No. 4 Dogs to brink
-`I love this atmosphere'

Georgia avoids scare for second-straight week
Anderson Independent

From The Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Cincy stuffs Knights' ground game
-Fade play a favorite for Army

From The Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC 33, Army 29
-Bright sees UC, and says he'll come back
-Non-BCS: No. 23 Bowling Green 34, No. 12 N. Illinois 18

Posh home-Eagles in McGuire Center
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

October 25, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-Statement from C-USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky
-Conference USA Basketball Media Day
-Marquette Men's Basketball Preview
-TCU and Cincinnati Ranked in Women's Basketball News Service Preseason Poll
-Marquette Women's Basketball Preview

October 25 C-USA Matchups
Memphis at Tulane 1:30PM
South Florida at Southern Miss 3:00PM
Army at Cincinnati 3:00PM
TCU at Houston 7:00PM
Louisville at East Carolina 2:00PM
UAB at Georgia 1:00PM

From the Tampa Tribune
-
USF Not Expecting Southern Hospitality
-USF Could Save Travel Costs In Big East Move

Eagles hope to show rejuvenated offense
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Eagles eager to run better
Hattiesburg American

From The St Petersburg Times
-South Florida still stings from beating 3 years ago
-Marshall can pursue C-USA deal

Bulldogs not sure what to expect from UAB
Anderson Independent

Blazers have Georgia flavor
Birmingham News

A heavy burden
Birmingham Post Herald

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-
Tiger QB hitting his stride
-N'awlins natives- No place like 'Dome
-Train carrying Tigers fans slams truck

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-Tulane forced to start its youth
-INSIDE TULANE

Superdome, NFL team, shell out for new turf
ESPN.com

From the Dallas Morning News
-Briles' system succeeds at Houston
-TCU becomes inviting target with rise
-Future C-USA: SMU's goal- Avoid school's first 0-8 start

From The Houston Chronicle
-UH, Tech want winning feeling back
-Key games- TCU at Houston

From The Cincinnati Enquirer
-Golden opportunity awaits UC vs. Army
-Old and new loyalties mark UC Homecoming

From The Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Air Force aide may be on Army wish list
-Dahman tries to get a grip

From The Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-MU votes to pursue C-USA
-Fans say C-USA is too good for Herd to pass up

From The Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-Texas Christian sold on Marshall entering League; Also Marshall basketball coach says team is humble and hungry; And, Mid-American Conference not blessed with any stars
-Increased exposure makes move good one for Herd

Non-BCS: The Huskies left out in the cold
Chicago Tribune

October 24, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-Louisville Picked To Win First Conference USA Men's Basketball Crown
-USF Men's Basketball Preview
-USF Women's Basketball Preview
-Conference USA Football Notebook

From Louisville Courier Journal
-Coaches put Cards at the top in C-USA
-Tight end not uptight about shrunken stats

HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

CUSA Fearless Predictions
collegefootballnews.com

From the Birmingham News
-
C-USA PREVIEW
-Freshman QB to lead Blazers

He's the 'mane' defensive man
Birmingham Post-Herald

TCU trying to avoid repeat of 2000
Charlotte Observer

TCU has critics, but Frogs keep winning
Houston Chronicle

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-COLLEGE A SNAP
-TCU beginning to pick up steam on offense

Preview- No. 15 TCU (7-0, 4-0) at Houston (5-2, 2-1)
Dallas Morning News

From The Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC favors early Big East move
-Amid the new faces, a veteran stands out

UC's Moore could miss the season
Cincinnati Post

Leavitt, Bower Offer Praise For Opposition
Tampa Tribune

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Bulls make quick rise through Division I
-Eagles' road tour finally back home

No decision yet on QB
Hattiesburg American

Guidance is everything
St Petersburg Times

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Flashy Williams gives Tigers big-play boost
-Tiger assistant brings faith, talent to team
-Tigers camp report
-Calipari calls low rating no problem
-Conference USA basketball

‘Don’t do it, Herd’
Charleston (WV) Gazette

President: 'No comment, for the time being'
espn.com

League leaders not on top of their game
Boston Globe

College Football- Temple twists on uncertain road
NJ Star Ledger

Congress on BCS radar
USA Today

October 23, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-TCU Picked to Win C-USA Women's Basketball Championship
-TCU's Patterson On Coach of the Year Watch List
-Houston Women's Basketball Preview
-Houston Men's Basketball Preview
-Tulane's Losman Among Seven Finalists for Unitas Golden Arm Award

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-
Green Wave faces challenge of holding on
-Wave follows QB's lead
-Wave's Losman is Unitas finalist
-SUN BELT LOSING TWO SCHOOLS

Bulldogs say they can't look past UAB
Birmingham News

Eagles' QB situation remains unsettled
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From The Cincinnati Post
-Roy Bright plans UC visit
-Brawny Bearcats are back
-Bearcat Basketball 300-pound bench press club

From The Cincinnati Enquirer
-Surgery could be ahead for Moore
-Poland starts to find footing as a Bearcat
-Top recruit set to visit UC
-High hopes accompany UC recruits

From The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
-Ankle holds Jackson captive
-
McGuire play is pitched

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-
Tulane out to end slide
-Abysmal prophecy 'a stepping stone'
-Tigers-Tulane notebook
-C-USA women's basketball

Kicker Browne is TCU's point man
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Frogs know score in BCS race
Dallas Morning News

From the Tampa Tribune
-Banks Has Inside Track To Start
-Leavitt's Deal Finally Gets Done
-Fear Of Unknown Doesn't Deter Bowl Officials

From The St Petersburg Times
-Ten months later, Leavitt stays coach
-Rutgers AD 'impressed' with USF

Big East-USF link doesn't faze UCF
Miami Sun-Sentinel

Non-BCS: Nation's eyes will be on NIU-Bowling Green
Chicago Sun Times

National notebook- MAC loser to stay home?
CBS Sportsline

October 22, 2003

Cincinnati And UAB Move Up In Latest NSCAA Men’s Soccer Poll
conferenceusa.com

Big East ADs sold - want USF invited
St Petersburg Times

Frogs know score in BCS race
Dallas Morning News

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Patterson against switch
-Young volleyball team sets a solid foundation

From the Jackson (MS) Larion-Ledger
-Bowl picture still muddled
C-USA: Game of the week
C-USA: Players of the week
C-USA: The week's best
C-USA: Standings

From The Houston Chronicle
-C-USA notebook- Cougars' boat afloat, so why dwell on loss-
-Wizig's C-USA rankings

U of L kicker a weight-room legend
Louisville Courier Journal

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-Defense seeks Quick relief
-Blazers all thumbs

Williams eager to take field as No. 1 UAB QB
Birmingham News

Profile in courage
Birmingham Post Herald

From The Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Stats are fine, but Tiger TDs better
-Tigers camp report
-Turning the corner
-Tigers-Tulane notebook

Black Knights Visit Cincinnati to Kick Off Three-Game Road Swing
goarmysports.com

UC Gridders Seek End of Skid vs. Army
UCBearcats.com

Southern Miss gets physical in off week
Hattiesburg American

From the Tampa Tribune
-USF Faces Another Big Game
-Close Up With DeJuan Green

USF: Rutgers- Temple could be the one
NJ Star Ledger

October 21, 2003

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

C-USA Roundup
collegefootballnews.com

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Unbeaten TCU starts near bottom of BCS ladder
-No room for error as conference race hits stretch run
-BCS intrigue is afoot
-Taking her swing at success

UH seniors reminded of past amid TCU frenzy
Houston Chronicle

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-TU must score early, often
-WAC targets Sun Belt teams

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-U of M defense gives a glimpse at potential
-Tigers-Tulane Notebook
-Tiger LB shares award
-U of M players questioned

Lawyers may decide USF's cost to defect
St Petersburg Times

From the Tampa Tribune
-Bulls Prepare For Stretch Run
-Bucs Profit From USF's Success

UC faces uphill road to bowl
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Birmingham News
-Sullivan will speak out against smokeless tobacco
-Hackney focuses on motivation

Blazers are 'Hacked'-off
Birmingham Post Herald

Stone's career turns to Turkey
Louisville Courier-Journal

Florida guard chooses 49ers
Charlotte Observer

Southern Miss Lady Eagles
Jackson (MS) Larion-Ledger

October 20, 2003

C-USA Standings, Scores & Schedule - 10.20
Bonesville.net

AP & Coaches Polls - 10.20
Bonesville.net

TU's weaknesses exposed
New Orleans Times Picayune

Gunn probably out with pulled leg muscle
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Unbeaten TCU battles injuries
Dallas News

From the Birmingham News
-Blazers lose Hackney for season
-TCU delivers bitter, bruising loss - and Blazers have Bulldogs ahead

Early beating extra motivation in visit to Southern Miss
St Petersburg Times

USF Builds Depth And Gets Ready For Stretch Run
Tampa Tribune

From the Jackson (MS) Larion-Ledger
-Eagles' D'Angelo working way back
-This week for Southern Miss
-NIU, TCU anxious to see BCS spots

NIU, TCU are unworthy of high rankings
Anderson Independent-Mail

From the Chicago Sun Times
-Bottom line- NIU, TCU not BCS-worthy
-DePaul to honor Meyers by renaming basketball court

Conference USA Reloads
ESPN.com

From The Cincinnati Enquirer
-Army perfect patsy for UC
-Whaley wants to make up for his past
-Hicks' dunks dazzle at opening practice

Huggins: Fun, Spirit To Return
UC News Record

MU 82, Costa Rica 51-
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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


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