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November 16, 2003

Keith LeClair: From The Dugout - 11.16
Plenty to argue about in baseball

New legal threat hovers over BCS - 11.16

Frogs closing in on BCS berth - 11.16

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 11.16

From ecupirates.com
-Cross Country Concludes Season At NCAA Southeast Regional
-Swimming, Diving Defeats Duke, GWU

November 15, 2003

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 11.15

From ecupirates.com
-Three Sign To Play Women's Basketball at East Carolina
-Houston Holds Off Volleyball
-ECU Hosts NCAA Southeast Regional Saturday At Lake Kristi
-ECU Swimming, Diving Host Duke, GWU Saturday

MacKenzie leads Pirates into regional race today
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates put on a show
New Bern Sun-Journal

November 14, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 156 - 11.14
TCU, MAC rattle status quo

Al Myatt: View from the East - 11.14
Stepping into new world order

Cowen: Frogs' season won't get BCS off hook - 11.14

Irish eye safety net - 11.14

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 11.14

Cable 7: On Campus with Jeff Charles - 11.14
Guests Len Klepack, Danny Wheel, Scott Wetherbee

Pirate Radio 1250:
From the Locker Room - 11.14
K. Wiggins, K. Monroe, C. Crumpler, Jr., & guest Pete Zophy
John Thompson Radio Call-In Show - 11.14
 Host Jeff Charles
Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 11.14
 Segment featuring Choo-Choo Justice & Lee Workman

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Roll In Exhibition Finale
-Pirates Hold Short Scrimmage on Thursday
-Rimpf, Hourigan Named First Team Academic All-District
-Instant Interview Replay- Nick Floyd

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirate fans get sneak peak at Dosh
-Copper having memorable season

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-Young Pirates shine in scrimmage
-11.14.03 ECU NOTES- Simms all-conference in soccer; academic honors for two
-ECU gets easy win over Charlotte Stars

ECU wins last scrimmage
Kinston Free Press

November 13, 2003

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 11.13
Time has come for 'Piratevision' in I-A

Suds under assault - 11.13

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 11.13

Cable 7: Midweek Tailgate - 11.13
Henry Hinton, Steve Logan, Mike Steele, guest
Bill Herrion

Pirate Radio 1250:
The Fan Show with Troy Dreyfus - 11.13
Panelists Benny Hardee, Brian Hardee, William Hardee
From The Booth with Jeff Charles - 11.13
Guests Don Tomkalski, Charles Bloom, Ted Lewis

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Basketball Has Final Preseason Test Thursday Night
-Floyd to Take Questions on Thursday's Instant Interview

ECU GOALS- Herrion expects more out of his veteran Pirates
Winston Salem Journal

East Carolina Hoops Preview

Pirate fullback has a game to remember
Washington Daily News

November 12, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 11.12
Fans of distinction made heartbreak bearable

Collegiate 'franchises' out of touch with mission - 11.12

Letter to the Editor: Steve Brock, Apex, NC - 11.12

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 11.12

Pirate Radio 1250: The George Koonce Show - 11.12
With Patrick Johnson, Allen Thomas & guest Brian Williams

From ecupirates.com
-Darryl Lawhorn Named Preseason All-America
-Hicks, Parker Earn C-USA Weekly Honors
-Foltz, Cutler Named Academic All-District III
-Intrasquad Football Scrimmage Planned for Thursday
-Dougherty Continues ECU's Long Tradition of Outstanding Punters
-Floyd to Take Questions on Thursday's Instant Interview

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-Faculty Senate OKs resolution on chancellor’s characteristics
-Peele golf column- Rain delay fails to slow ECU’s Adams on way to NorthStone Open victory

Lawhorn named preseason AA
New Bern Sun-Journal

November 11, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 155 - 11.11
Pinkney deserves keys to offense

Frogs push BCS envelope - 11.11

BCS Standings - 11.11

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 11.11

Cable 7 Audio: The Brian Bailey Show - 11.11
Basketball talk with guest Bill Herrion

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: Sportsline - 11.11
Patrick Johnson with guests Denny O'Brien & Mike Dement

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU wastes two nine-point leads in exhibition loss
Former Pirate crashes car into school

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Hosts NCAA Southeast Regional Saturday At Lake Kristi
-Lady Pirates Fall To Basketball Travelers 68-66

November 10, 2003

Al Myatt: View from the East - 11.10
East Carolina 31, South Florida 31, Zebras 6 ...

Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 11.10
Realignment impacts recruiting dynamics

BCS under microscope - 11.10

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 11.10

Updated C-USA Standings & Schedule - 11.10

AP & Coaches Polls - 11.10

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-Leach reminds Pirates about how he can run
-Two firsts at stadium on Saturday
-ECU women set to play tonight in exhibition
-Baldwin-Tener likes effort from ECU women
-Rivers shines during men’s scrimmage game

Pirates leave thousands in stunned silence
Washington Daily News

ECU loses heartbreaker on extra point
Kinston Free Press

Pirate Swimmers and Divers Defeat Davidson




November 16, 2003

From The Charlotte Observer
-State sent packing
-Miscues late in 1st half costly
-Gamecocks' gamble backfires in defeat
-Tech's Daniels burns UNC
-Tigers dismantle Duke
-Deacons flattened, bowl fate in doubt
-Stovall, defense lift Appalachian
-Late TD pass lifts Bulldogs in Classic
-New Clemson coach plans to create program stability

From The Durham Herald Sun
-More OT agony
-Kicking woes hurt Wolfpack
-Daniels dominates as Jackets beat UNC for 6th straight year
-Tigers' fifth straight win over Devils comes convincingly
-Connecticut 51, Wake Forest 17

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-OT agony for Pack
-Wolfpack gaining on Seminoles in ACC
-Devils dumped
-Color this Tigers' victory purple
-Pack's Halloway rumbles for TD
-It's a long, long day for Deacons
-Jackets undress Heels
-Duke digs deep in title quest
-UNC's Hatchell makes Hall of Fame
-ACC rates high in early signings

From The Anderson Independent
-Mistakes cost USC upset bid
-Holtz's gamble backfires in Gamecock loss
-Donnings' punt return not a surprise
-Bothed fake turns tide toward Gators
-Clemson gets big win over Blue Devils
-Tigers assured of tie for third in ACC

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-High risk, no reward
-Tigers keep their focus

November 15, 2003

From the Fayetteville Observer
-College football picks
-N.C. State seeks 3rd straight win over Florida State
-Thrill of same-day victory rare for UNC, Duke

Live Stats Links For All Four Saturday ACC Football Games

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Wolfpack has chance to grab part of ACC title
-Tar Heels, Yellow Jackets likely to turn to tailbacks for offense
-Win by Duke today could help keep Roof intact
-Grobe says motivation not lacking for Deacs
-Mountaineers plan to keep jug away from Catamounts
-Prosser, happy with victory, says Deacs have work to do

From The Durham Herald Sun
-State of things- Only one goal will survive
-HELP WANTED- UNC freshmen cashing in
-Roof, Bowden again cross paths
-Jack's trade secrets- McKeon tells Elon students how he won it all
-Broncos, Panthers battle for CIAA football title
-Army of 'One'
-Beard ready to close on high note
-Tar Heels don't like the sound of second

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Heir to the throne?
-Twist of irony in Tallahassee
-Breaking it down
-He shares name but not the acclaim
-Heels' McGill breaks through

From The Anderson Independent
-Gamecocks won't match Tigers' upset
-Motivation is Strong for USC
-Will the real Clemson Tigers please stand up

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Clemson-Duke: Matchups
-Three keys to victory
-ACC bits and pieces
-USC-Florida: Matchups
-Three keys to victory

From the Charlotte Observer
-Florida's Leak returns home - sort of
-Rivers, Wolfpack aim for 3 straight
-Deacons hope to rebound against UConn
-Keydet to get 2nd chance
-N.C. A&T one win from MEAC title
-SEC HOOPS PREVIEW | Howell has new outlook
-Games to watch
-A long journey ends at Duke
-Up close with Roy Williams

From the Florida Times-Union
-Pinkins losing his grip
-FAMU, Clemson discuss game
in Jacksonville

Seahawks got their men in a hurry
Wilmington Star-News

November 14, 2003

From the Charlotte Observer
-Ailing Downey gets up for Deacs opener
-Duke willing to pay price

From The Durham Herald Sun
-An exhibition of the unusual
-No. 20 Wake Forest 85, Memphis 76
-Wolfpack signs trio of prep prospects
-It's a matter of perception
-Notre Dame to Remain Football Independent

Irish hunt for league
Chicago Tribune

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs take opener
-UNC BREAKFAST CLUB- Bunting, Carey talk, eat
-The Last Hurrah
-Five years later, there's still plenty of pros and cons with the BCS
-Region: Terps get key win over Cavaliers

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Rivals or not, Pack relishes FSU game
-May helps Heels dominate

Should a coach know when it's time to go?
Florida Times-Union

USC's Boyd faced bigger threats than Gators
Anderson Independent

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Tigers receiver continues assualt on record book
-Boyd a leader in the making
-USC shows youth in exhibition

From The Raleigh News & Observer
'The same exact thing'
-Student scribes driven to follow Pack
-Pack running back wants 'payback'
-Downey sparks Deacs
-Clemson Tigers basketball preview
-Tigers get wake-up call
-Tar Heels roll past Nike Elite
-ACC plays down Irish talk

November 13, 2003

ACC Notebook- Bowden sticks up for TCU
Fayetteville Observer

From The Winston Salem Journal
-WFU to tip off tonight
-BIG GOALS- Prosser has WFU shooting for the stars
-NEW DAY- Williams' return has Tar Heels optimistic about season
-Ready to Roll Talented Wolfpack is feeling good about its chances
-MORE GAMES- Duke could surpass last season's run
-TIGER TALE- Purnell wants to win big late in season, too
-CHALLENGES- Gamecocks face uphill battle
-Appalachian State is exchanging a 3-point emphasis for inside game and offensive rebounding NEW BALLGAME
-NEW KIDS- Elon's future is in the SoCon
-TOGETHER- WCU aims to build strong team around Martin
-REBOUND- Spartans plan on returning to fast track
-GROWING- Wildcats aim for improvement
-ACC Football Notebook
-Bedeviled by Douglas
-SoCon Football Notebook
-Young Mountaineers matured in a hurry

From The Greensboro News-Record
-Wake freshman used to spotlight
-Bunting looks to Carey as leader

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Deacons look for a leader
-Prosser right man for Deacs
-Franks visits Spurrier
-ACC renegotiating TV contract
-Wake Forest Demon Deacons basketball preview
-Devils show diversity
-Felton named All-America team

From the Charlotte Observer
-Deacons bank on freshman
-SoCon Outlook
-Spurrier- Duke can rebuild with Roof

From The Anderson Independent
-Purnell locks up three early signees
-USC wants upset of its own

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Friendly rivals
-There's no doubt, Rivers will be missed
-Reining in the talent- ACC continues to draw its share of top basketball recruits
-UNC takes a shot against Nike Elite
-Douglas decided to stay at Duke; now he's about to enter the record book
-Williams' focus gives Blue Devils an Elite edge
-Classic Kicks Off College Hoops Season

From Columbia (SC) The State
-USC missed its chance with Leak
-Duke’s offense reminds Tigers of Wake Forest
-Whitehurst fondly recalls start vs. Duke
-ACC week in review

At Wake, Suddenly It's Do Or Die
Hartford (CT) Courant

From The Wilmington Star-News
-Bowl implications for Wake and Tech
-UNCW: Growing pains

Notre Dame football mulls conference alliance
USA Today

November 12, 2003

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Tigers walking tall after beating Seminoles
-Tar Heels say they will try to keep feet on ground when they hit road
-Erratic Deacons will try to snap back
-Mountaineers require help to get into playoffs
-Senior Shepherds

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Dialing long distance
-A roll of the dice
-Chase ends up at defensive end
-Connecticut, Duke lead women's basketball poll, too

Lineman on road to recovery
Anderson Independent

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz hitting roadblocks
-Holtz regrets ‘soft’ practices

City strong contender for ACC game
Florida Times-Union

Coach helps, but players must save UNC
Wilmington Star-News

From the Charlotte Observer
-Star wants Winthrop back in NCAA tournament
-Big South Outlook

November 11, 2003

From The Anderson Independent
-Bowden well aware of Duke threat
-Summers out against Gators

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duke's party is over
-Opportunity knocks for Wolfpack
-Who is ACC's coach of year?
-Duke second to UConn in preseason poll

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Tigers can't fall flat again
-Tigers' Hill makes his hometown proud
-Holes in the line
-Summers ruled out for Saturday's game

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Summers to miss Saturday’s game

From the Greensboro News Record
-Tuesday Morning Quarterback- ACC seems to have aversion to Sugar
-McLendons season not going as planned
-Last time we'll see this ACC
-Big showing for Big Four in AP poll
-In MEAC, it may be win title or else

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Devils, Pack making moves
-N.C. State trying to track down Florida State for ACC crown, move into picture for BCS bowl
-Underdog Huskies work hard at football

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Wolfpack redraws its line
-Duke No. 2 behind UConn
-Your daily fix
-McLendon to play despite latest ailment
-N.C. State vs Global Sports All-Stars
-Impact unknown
-Tar Heels draw High Point

Amato remains fond of old boss B. Bowden
Charlotte Observer

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Duke No.2, UNC No. 9 in preseason poll
-Early signing week is upon prospects

November 10, 2003

From The Durham Herald Sun
-Duke Monday Morning QB
-UNC Monday Morning QB
-N.C. Central Monday Morning QB
-N.C. State Monday Morning QB
-Bowden staying with Rix at QB -- for now

Who was this week's best?
USA Today

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack has shot at BCS
-Amato's start as FSU assistant
-Bunting praises defense

From The Winston Salem Journal
-Loss to UNC leaves Wake Forest with dwindling group of suitors
-Byrd will return for one more year at Winston-Salem State
-Panthers silence Bucs

From The Anderson Independent
-Bowden wins over fans with upset victory
-Tigers' Bowden gets needed win at father's expense
-Tigers should bring Radio back for Duke
-Bowden pulls out trick plays early, often
-Tigers will visit White House

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Tigers upset 'Noles
-Wofford downs ETSU to clinch SoCon crown

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz looks for positives
-Clemson picks up confidence

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Fitting finish at the Rock
-Fall race at The Rock is history




November 16, 2003

Houston 34, Army 14
TCU 43, Cincinnati 10
Memphis 37, Louisville 7
Southern Miss 28, Tulane 14

Saturday Football Roundup  

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-Parade rout
-Hey, world, these aren't Horned Frauds
-Frogs pull off a special win
-Fans put their chips on Fiesta
-Why TCU won ...
-SMU so bad it might foul up Frogs
-C-USA Roundup

TCU goes to 10-0, rolls past Cincinnati, 43-10
Dallas News

No. 10 TCU 43, Cincinnati 10
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers blow out Cardinals
-Cardinals sent East with a pain in the ...
-No. 7 heaven for staff, fans
-Tiger Postgame
-U of M By The Numbers
-TCU wins to stay unbeaten
-N.O. Bowl: North Texas accepts bid to third straight bowl
-Tigers reel in player; others still unsigned
-Marquette no longer stepping stone

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Eagles leapfrog Greenies
-The table is set- TCU vs. USM will be tasty
-Whitney on clincher- 'Just catch the ball'
-Missing Liberty reps to show up Thursday night
Slideshow: Tulane 14 - Southern Miss 28
-Southern Mississippi quick glance statistics

From the Hattiesburg American
-Laid-back Eagles win 4th straight
-Deja vu - and another big victory
-Eagles won't be bored in Thursday's showdown
-Bowl reps sit, watch

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Fake field goal sealed Wave's fate, Scelfo says
-In this case, moral victory is a good thing
-TU 5-year backup gets his chance
-Representatives to continue BCS talks today
-AstroPlay to make dome debut

From the Houston Chronicle
-Houston dominates Army in 34-14 win
-Cougars capture elusive bowl eligibility
-TCU moves to 10-0 after routing Cincy

From the Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Army at all-time low- 0-11
-Nevels unable to provide needed spark for offense

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Nothing but a pile of feathers
-Whacked in the rear by C-USA exit door
-Neck injury might shelve Shelton for final two games

Charlotte center back from injury
Charlotte Observer

It's In The Details
Tampa Tribune

November 15, 2003

Bearcats stand in Frogs' path to BCS berth - 11.15

Quirk puts Bearcats in unique situation
Cincinnati Enquirer

Winless Mustangs off to worst start ever - 11.15

This Weekend's Football Matchups
Houston at Army 12:00PM
Cincinnati at TCU [Webcast] 2:00PM
Memphis at Louisville 2:00PM
Houston at Southern Miss 2:00PM

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-Last chance For the flexible Frogs
-TCU GameDay

Hoopla- Frogs- Believe it
Dallas News

Give TCU Liberty, or give it guff
St Petersburg Times

Gives Bearcats Toughest Test So Far
UC News Record

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
USM tries to keep eyes off TCU, fixed on Tulane
-Cincinnati angling to spoil TCU's party

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-TU, Southern Miss game has a lot on it
-Inside Tulane

Eagles seek revenge today
Hattiesburg American

From the Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record
-QB pick game-time decision
-Army desperate for any victory

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers vs. Louisville
-Forget the league; it's Louisville
-Passion of basketball rivalry rides with Tiger football squad

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-U of L's unsung defense expects tough test today
-Crum takes place in U of L Hall of Fame

Cards must stop Memphis' Williams
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Youth movement sparks UAB rushing
Birmingham Post-Herald

Source: Calipari to ink contract extension

South Florida Tunes Up By Pounding Saint Leo
Tampa Tribune

From conferenceusa.com
-C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament - Day Two
-Cincinnati Wins Opening Round WNIT Game
-DePaul Women's Soccer Falls To Purdue In NCAA Tournament Action
-TCU-Cincinnati Game To Be Webcast
-Conference USA Fall Baseball Signees

November 14, 2003

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Deacons topple Tigers
-Calipari best thing going for Tigers
-Tigers Postgame
-Louisville wants to bolt year early; TCU may be next
-Tiger fans may win fight to play UT
-West's vision for defense coming true
-Natural Tiger

Memphis Drops Season Opener To Wake Forest In NYC

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Marquette Scores Sloppy Win Over St. John's

From the Chicago Sun Times
-Marquette will take ragged win
-Irish AD downplays report of ACC inquiry

New Orleans Times-Picayune

Birmingham News

Previews From the Houston Chronicle
-Cincy vs. TCU
-Houston vs. Army

Bearcats aim to thwart TCU's bid for BCS bowl
Cincinnati Enquirer

From The Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs have eyes on one prize at a time
-TCU offense shows impeccable timing

From the Dallas News
-Opponents are poking some holes in TCU defense
-SMU and Rice can't win for barely losing

From the Hattiesburg American
Bower urges fans to come to games
-Batiste earns USM teammates' respect

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Embattled Blackwell back with Southern Miss
-Eagles' returners putting fear in foes

UAB men, women name signees
Birmingham Post-Herald

Tulane RB Moore puts baseball aside, concentrates on future NFL career
Pro Football Weekly

From the St Petersburg Times
-Bulls get all the rest they need
-Bulls add I-AA team for 2004

From the Tampa Tribune
Reserves Get Work In Another Bull Bowl
USF Adds Tennessee Tech To 2004 Football Slate
-USF Has Final Tuneup For Men's Basketball

SLU gets 3 players, including Liddell
St Louis Post Dispatch

C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament - Day One conferenceusa.com

November 13, 2003

From YAHOO! Sports (AP)
-College hoops officially starts Thursday night
-Golden Eagles, Red Storm open season in Coaches vs. Cancer Classic
-No. 20 Demon Deacons kickoff college hoops season against Tigers

Horned Frogs hopping into title game?
Fayetteville Observer

C-USA Fearless Predictions

From conferenceusa.com
-Men's Soccer Championship Preview
-C-USA Announces 2003 Men’s Soccer Award Winners
-Women's Basketball Television Schedule Announced

Banks May Have Regained Starting Position
Tampa Tribune

From the Hattiesburg American
-Eagles look to stay hot
-Green praises progress
-Two USM baseball players receive preseason honors

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-USM defense rises up in red zone
-Stingy, stingy

cards' lefors settling in
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Bearcats Take On No. 9 TCU

From The Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Fort Worth Bowl hopes for Big 12 break
-Frogs' defense remains positive
-Frogs enjoy purple-letter day by signing recruits

From the Dallas News
-TCU: Senior class closing on impressive mark
-SMU needs horse power

Winless SMU off to worst start ever
Houston Chronicle

UCF Showing How Not To Build Program
Tampa Tribune

C-USA Basketball Projections

College Basketball Preview
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Cincinnati Post
-Moore boosts UC's offense
-Huggins calls defense 'awful'

Recruits should lift 49ers back above .500
Winston Salem Journal

49ers get Global challenge in win
Charlotte Observer

Atlantic-10 now a 14-team league
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

TU nabs four big signees
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Serious Stuff-Merritt hopes to meet high expectations
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Marquette takes its Wade-away shot
Chicago Sun Times

Dream day arrives for Farley, who signs with U of L
Louisville Courier-Journal

Billikens sign three St. Louis area guards
St Louis Post Dispatch

November 12, 2003

From The St Louis Post Dispatch
-Basketball drives SLU in decision to join A-10
-Atlantic 10 is built on basketball, not football
-Change in conference doesn't bother recruit

Saint Louis also to join A-10 in 2005
Charlotte Observer

From The Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
Game of the week
Players of the week
The week's best
Wave's fortunes go sour

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-Wave's line is 'rock' of defense
-Finney pleased with TU outing
-Former Vandy AD defends the BCS
-Wave finds confidence after victory over UAB
-Symposium to help find 'real issues' in athletics
-TCU climbs to sixth in BCS

From The Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU's campaign earns vote from 'little guys'

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
Is Vols-Tigers series all but over?
-Splitting with Big Orange makes no sense or cents
-Tigers, C-USA chasing bowls
-Tiger basketball awaits signature
-Cancer personal for Deac

Eagles missed few assignments in lopsided win over Houston
Hattiesburg American

Army's QBs dueling
Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record

USF Working Hard Despite A Bye Week
Tampa Tribune

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Blue-chip days await IU, U of L
-U of L, fans celebrate move to big east
-Chances to jeer Memphis about gone

From conferenceusa.com
-Five C-USA Players Named to NCBWA Preseason All-American Team
-Women's Basketball Preseason Notebook
-C-USA Preseason Men's Basketball Preseason Notebook

November 11, 2003

From conferenceusa.com
-Statement from Commissioner Britton Banowsky
-TCU Moves Into Top Six in BCS Standings
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook
-C-USA Men's Soccer Notebook
-DePaul to Face Purdue in NCAA Women's Soccer

From the Charlotte Observer
-49ers' league switch official
-Charlotte makes best of situation

SLU will accept offer to move to Atlantic 10
St Louis Post Dispatch

From The Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs' future is likely Sugar-free
-TCU in picture, but can it stay?
-Conference USA Notes: Commissioner will stand up for TCU

TCU chases history in BCS poll
Dallas News

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-TCU climbs to sixth in BCS
-Wave finds confidence after victory over UAB

From the CBS Sportsline
Realignment leftovers won't have it made in C-USA
Conference USA basketball preview

2003-04 College Basketball Previews: C-USA

From Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Wimprine, Williams discover folks back home love winners
-Homeward Bound- Tigers' Banks eager to return to Big Apple
-Charlotte leaves C-USA, joins Atlantic 10
-TCU crashing BCS's party

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Cards not counting on Shelton
-From Compton to Louisville, from scowls to smiles

Hicks Turning It On In His Final Year
Tampa Tribune

Almond keeps playing better for 6-3 Eagles
Hattiesburg American

Johnson instant hit as kickoff specialist
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From The Houston Chronicle
-UH back has mentors to lean on in parent, ex-Cougar
-BCS rankings place Texas, TCU in top 6
-Rice coaches excited over C-USA move

Blazers stumble and bumble again
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC's new offense gets test tonight
-Bearcats eye spoiler role

Bearcats thinking 4-0 finish, bowl game
Cincinnati Post

From The Orlando Sentinel
-UCF fires football coach Kruczek
-UCF begins its search
-UCF coaching candidates
-UCF supporters, players await team's future

November 10, 2003

Bulls only edge- big plays
St Petersburg Times

Once Again, Bulls Work OT For Win
Tampa Tribune

From The Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU expected in BCS top 6
-TCU closer to BCS bowl bid
-TCU facing uphill battle
-TCU's rise could cost Liberty Bowl
-TCU needs to think better, not closer

Rash of upsets could lift unbeaten TCU into BCS
Chicago Sun Times

BCS race heats up
USA Today

C-USA Roundup

From The New Orleans Times Picayune
-Tulane puts out best effort of season

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

MU 79, All-Stars 72 - Local standouts put up a fight
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

New and old leagues can serve Cards well
Louisville Courier Journal

Ex-Pharaoh standout joins Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament Bracket Set