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January 4, 2004

Presidents say no, no, no to playoff - 01.04
Bonesville.net

Rebs scuttle Pirates - 01.04
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.04
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Ole Miss Ends Pirates' Five-Game Winnng Streak
-Defensive Effort Gives Lady Pirates 62-52 Win Over Arkansas State

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Early slump dooms ECU men
-ECU women top Arkansas State

Reed Leads Rebels Over East Carolina, 65-49
olemisssports.com

UM wins 6th straight, cruises by ECU 65-49
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Pirates pose no problem for Rebels
Raleigh News & Observer

January 3, 2004

Change inevitable for failed BCS equation - 01.03
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.03
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: Dick Denton, Manteo, NC - 01.03
Bonesville.net

Basketball Tonight
East Carolina vs. Ole Miss
8:00 p.m. ET
C.M. Tad Smith Coliseum - Oxford, Miss.
Live stats | ECU game notes [PDF] | Ole Miss game notes [PDF]
Pirate Radio 1250 Audio Broadcast
Live Video Stream (PayPerView - High Bandwidth Only) from OleMissSports.tv

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Basketball Wraps Up Non-Conference Play at Ole Miss
-Lady Pirates Prepare For Arkansas State

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Pirates go back on road to take on Mississippi
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Pirate women look to pick up a victory at Arkansas State

Ole Miss Basketball Game Notes
olemisssports.com

Today's area SEC games
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
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Preview: Ole Miss Vs. East Carolina
-Rebels need Harper to be on his game all the time

  Virtual Bowl Update: The sales spurt that kicked in for "tickets" to the "Virtual Bowl" when the Christmas holiday week ended developed some legs. According to data from the Pirate Club on New Year's Eve, new "ticket" orders for Doug Groome's postseason creation had boosted sales to $17,000-plus, a surge of more than $5,000 over the sum reported at the beginning of the week.
Virtual Bowl Ticket Info (CharlottePirates.com)
Click here to place your order online (ECU Online Ticket Office)

January 2, 2004

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 166 - 01.02
Pirates getting fortified for league gauntlet
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.02
Bonesville.net

Lady Pirates Get Seventh Win Against Savannah State
ecupirates.com

East Carolina women bounce back, roll over Savannah State
Greenville Daily Reflector

Interim East Carolina University chancellor reflects on job
Washington (NC) Daily News

January 1, 2004

Juco dragnet snares another tight end - 01.01
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.01
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: W. Steve Cochran, Pinehurst, NC - 01.01
Bonesville.net

Women's Basketball Set To Take On Savannah State
ecupirates.com

From the Kinston Free Press
-Pirates seek improvement
-ECU rolls to 8-1 with win over Radford (late)

ECU cruises to win over Radford (late)
Greenville Daily Reflector

Grading the 2004 coaching hires
Fox Sports

December 31, 2003

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 12.31
Herrion game plan 'on time'
Bonesville.net

Pirates blister Radford - 12.31
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Second Half Surge Propels East Carolina Past Radford
-Lady Pirates Come Up Short Against South Carolina State

Thompson staff gets new blood - 12.31
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 12.31
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: Gary Coffman, Palmetto, FL - 12.31
Bonesville.net

Bonesville Bytes: Brian Bailey Audio - 12.31
Brian Goes 1-On-1 with Moussa Badiane & Mike Cook
Bonesville.net

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Big TE to join Pirates
-Thompson finds offensive coordinator
-South Carolina State beats East Carolina women

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Big half nets ECU eighth win
-Brindise likely ECU's new OC

Highlanders Bow to East Carolina, 87-50
Radford Sports Information

December 30, 2003

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 165 - 12.30
ECU should stick to recruiting roots
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 12.30
Bonesville.net

Basketball Tonight
East Carolina vs. Radford
7:00 p.m. ET
Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum
Live Stats | Complete game notes [PDF]
Pirate Radio 1250 Audio Broadcast

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Basketball Closes Out 2003 Against Radford
-Time Change For Men's Basketball Game Against Ole Miss

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Bing crashing boards for Pirates
-ECU women set for S.C. State

Men's Basketball Faces East Carolina In Final
Pre-Conference Tune-Up Game

Radford Sports Information

December 29, 2003

Al Myatt: View from the East - 12.29
Too soon for swagger over auspicious start
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 12.29
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: Jack Snypes, Charlotte, NC - 12.29
Bonesville.net

Hokies have crowd behind them in Norfolk, but ECU gets the win
The Virginian Pilot

Non-Sport: Students, faculty finish ECU drive
Greenville Daily Reflector


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January 4, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Duke's payback- Devils avenge loss to Huskies
-Foley's clincher one for the ages
-Kentucky hands UNC a bench-clearing loss
-Win No. 600 with Devils special for 'K'
-Difference maker

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Cats take Tar Heels to cure Cards hangover
-Daniels chucks Heels aside in 2nd half

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Fitch hits in clutch for Cats
-It's Moss' big dream come true; Tubby's, too
-Hayes not tough enough- You could have fooled the Tar Heels

Rivers comes home
Mobile (AL) Register

Panthers Playoff Coverage From The Charlotte Observer
-Big D dominated
-A historic night for fans, franchise
-Carolina defense suffocates Cowboys
-Delhomme reverses fortune vs. 'Boys

Hodge, Melvin help ’Pack avoid upset
Wilmington Star-News

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Paul sparks Deacs
-Wake Forest-New Mexico postgame audio, photos
-Pack pulls away late to defeat Seahawks
-Wildcats rally, beat Heels for fourth straight time
-Duke rips Clemson as defense halts Tigers
-College Basketball Roundup
-Delhomme, Davis shine as Panthers win 29-10
-Panthers celebrate win with a victory lap

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Deacs top pesky Lobos
-Duke rolls in ACC opener
-McCants sits while Heels fall to 'Cats

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Bowden- Tigers have long road ahead
-Clemson 51st, USC 58th in recruiting rankings

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Bowden looks ahead
-Not so fast, Bowden says
-Duke rips Clemson
-Duke-Clemson game summary

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Tar Heels have no defense for loss
-Kentucky guard nonchalant about key 3
-Ewing lifts Blue Devils
-Devils shock Huskies
-Wolfpack needs late surge to win
-Panthers handle Cowboys

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Guards guide Devils
-Tigers' future looking bright

Camels lose 10th straight
Fayetteville Observer

January 3, 2004

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers win a Peach
-Browning scores on wackiest moment
-Peach Bowl notebook
-Exclusive photos from the game
-Clemson turns the page
-Clemson faces No. 2 Duke
-Clemson-Duke game capsule
-Gamecocks get 13th win
-USC-ASU game stats

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-"We're back"
-Strong finish bodes well for future of Tigers’ program
-USC gaining momentum
-USC postgame
-DUKE AT CLEMSON

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-What a Peach
-Tigers feeling Peachy after routing Vols
-Trick play helps Browning find end zone
-Defense does the talking
-Purnell thrilled to face Duke
-USC hammers Appalachian St.

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Panthers to battle Cowboys tonight
-Hard-nosed defense lifts South Carolina over Mountaineers
-Duke to open ACC play by paying visit to Clemson
-Heels' Williams, May expected to play today
-Wolfpack to play Seahawks today in the first game of busy January

From The Charlotte Observer
-`Act like you've been here before'
-Panthers page
-Tar Heels fortunes could be in the sure hands of Sean May

From the New Bern Sun- Journal
-Duke faces test at Tigers house
-Wake must crash boards, says Prosser
-Wolfpack square off against UNC-W; Engin playing strong

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-UNC cites five for drug use
-Williams demands tougher defense
-Pack offense shows diversity
-Duke women seek revenge against UConn

Ranks are thin for hoops royalty
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Here's full-court press on Cats, Tar Heels history
Louisville Courier-Journal

UNCW vs. N.C. State tonight
Wilmington Star-News

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-May, Jawad probable today
-Devils doing it with 'D'
-Big game 'win-win' for Duke
-Pack out of practice
-Davis Happy to Be Leading Panthers

From The Fayetteville Observer
-Deacons proving them wrong again
-Tar Heels eager to play in Rupp Arena
-College football bowl season coming to end

A New Year's evaluation of strengths and weaknesses of the ACC
Greensboro News-Record

January 2, 2004

Williams, May could play against Wildcats
Durham Herald Sun

Peach Bowl:  Clemson vs. Tennessee (7)
Time:  4:30 PM ET
Location:  Atlanta, GA
TV:  ESPN

Peach Bowl News From the Anderson Independent
-Bowden sees his program in Vols
-Coaches favor preseason games

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tigers eye BCS
-Peach Bowl seeks higher profile
-Clemson’s bowl games can be habit-forming
-Assistants say ACC catching up to SEC
-USC skirts common pitfalls
-Men’s basketball pregame- Appalachian State at USC

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Peach Bowl serves as stage for proud programs
-CLEMSON REPORT- Tigers, Vols learned from bowl losses
-Pre-game rituals vary by player
-Tiger Nation storms Atlanta for Peach Bowl
-Caution- You can't bank on this prediction
-Vols' special teams truly special
-Judgment Day
-Clemson's offense thinking big
-Gamecocks shoot to avoid upset bug vs. Appalachian State
-Game capsule

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Perseverance pays off
-Game gives Tigers opportunity
-Teams trade barbs over recruiting
-Clausen likes Tigers' offense
-Cocky wins top honor

From The Charlotte Observer
-Radar picking up on Whitehurst
-GAMEDAY | Today's bowls at a glance
-Peppers says he's ready to turn up heat
-Smith runs silent, deep -- OK, deep

Duke dedicated to defense
Raleigh News & Observer

Seahawks finally click on offense
Wilmington Star-News

January 1, 2004

From the Anderson Independent
-Clemson considering joint venture for west end zone
-Bowden brings Watts to practice
-A breakthrough performance

From the Greenville (SC) News
-The heavy lifting is finished
-Peach bowl notes for thursday
-Hobbs' injury not expected to keep him out of Duke game

Defense gets Devils' offense on track
Fayetteville Observer

Tradition plentiful for Pack
Durham Herald Sun

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Would UNC call Spurrier?
-BCS stuck in title dilemma
-Golden loses place in Pack
-Atsur 'a beacon' for Pack

From the Winston Salem Journal
-ACC Notebook
-Williams, May are up in air for UNC
-Danelius, Gray, Paul banged up

From the Charlotte Observer
-A visit to the brink
-Preps: Shootout attracts top talent

December 31, 2003

From the Winston Salem Journal
-
Deacons wake up
-Wake Forest-N.C. A&T postgame audio, photos
-ASU holds off James Madison
-McCants scores 28 as UNC wins big
-College Basketball Roundup

A&T hangs for a half- Deacons' late surge beats Aggies
Greensboro News-Record

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-New bowl would have ACC tie-in
-Private firms may help with stadium project
-Big cushion enough for Tigers
-LEFT-FOOTED
-Peach Bowl quick hits
-Disputed Zone
-USC buzz

From the Anderson Independent
-Bowden- Offense not up to par
-Tigers' O-line coming through
-Tigers think preparations for this bowl are different from last year's game

UNCA puts up a good fight
Asheville Citizen-Times

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-No Chants to win
-A strong beginning for ACC
-No. 6 Wake Forest 91, North Carolina A&T 67

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers whip BC
-Boston College-Clemson game summary
-USC stops Yale
-Yale-USC game summary
-Paladins win tourney

Stories of the Year from the Charlotte Observer
-Purnell breaks barrier with Tigers
-Deacs surprise of basketball season
-Expansion taints image
-Williams gives in to UNC's request
-Fields, Mills inspire team to 11-5 season
-Anger subsides as new team emerges
-New sponsor in tune with the times
-PGA Tour makes impressive return

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-McCants puts it together
-2003- The big stories
-Tigers whip future ACC foe Eagle

NFL News from the Charlotte Observer
-Bates to get view from other sideline
-Parcells- Delhomme my kind of quarterback
-Loss let Dallas avoid Lambeau
-Steve Spurrier votes himself out of D.C.

December 30, 2003

From the Charlotte Observer
-Davidson cast aside by Duke
-Tar Heels without ailing J. Williams; May in doubt

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Emotion explosion
-Jawad Williams to sit out Coastal Carolina game

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Duke dismantles Davidson after Krzyzewski is irked
-Prosser hopes that Deacs are still sharp

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Numbers point to blowout tonight at Wake
-Winter break brings different feel to bleachers at Cameron

From the Kinston Free Press
-Devils get inspiration early, hammers Davidson often
-Gimpy Tar Heels prepare for Coastal Carolina
-Inexperience the centerpiece for Panthers-Cowboys

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Injuries force Williams, May to miss game
-UConn women rip Pack

Foes unable to stop Duke recruit Nelson so far
Fayetteville Observer

From The Columbia (SC) The State
-A day of troubling signs
-BOSTON COLLEGE AT CLEMSON

From The Greenville (SC) News
-Practice hones Tigers secondary for its tall order
-Notebook- Passes, intensity drop at practice
-Currie hopes to get away from Vols again

Tigers think preparations for this bowl are different from last year's game
Anderson Independent

Flyers' big run grounds Terriers
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

December 29, 2003

From the Myrtle Beach Sun-News
-Tar Heels topple Seahawks
-Matchup in MB
-Chants shoot lights out in blowout of Bobcats

From the Wilmington Star-News
-Tar Heels are too much for scrappy UNCW
-Tar Heels’ defense secures win

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Seahawks can't keep Tar Heels in sights
-Pack rains on Cavs
-UNC recruit gets required SAT score, will enroll for next semester
-NFL: Panthers knock off Giants, get ready to play Cowboys

From the Charlotte Observer
-Panthers: GAME ... SET ... REMATCH
-May hurt in UNC victory
-Pack peppers Virginia with 3-pointers
-Orangemen cruise past UNCA
-Gameday | Davidson-Duke tops slate

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Pack all fired up
-Great Scott, mediocre Tar Heels
-'Cats know, Duke is no Haverford
-Women: WOLFPACK vs. HUSKIES- The key is to 'play smart'

From The Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack finds its range
-North Carolina wins ugly

Xavier 75, Elon 58
Cincinnati Enquirer

Syracuse relies on veterans for win over UNCA
Asheville Citizen-Times

Leake's season won't end with Peach Bowl
Anderson Independent

From the Spartanburg Herald-Leader
-Clemson getting serious
-Tigers have noticed difference

Tennessee vs. Clemson
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Bowdens compete for Greensboro RB
Columbia (SC) The State

From The Greenville (SC) News
-Clemson a 'legacy game' for Fulmer, Vols
-Paladins risk perfect home record


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January 4, 2004

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-D'Angelo gives up dream
-USM's Carter finds niche, and it's often outside arc
-Southern Miss vs. New Orleans

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Garcia does the dishes
-Cardinals' 87-second blitz leaves Racers in the dust

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Garcia in giving mood vs. Murray
-Garcia's passing fancy sparks Cards

Schwab-Assistant sorely needs transplant
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Maligned schedule suits UC
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Brown lifts UNO
-National/Sugar Bowl: Times-Picayune Roundup Stories, commentary

From the Ft Worth Post Dispatch
-TCU can't stay with versatile Vanderbilt
-HUMANITARIAN BOWL

Vanderbilt rocks and rolls as TCU is left in a jam
Dallas News

Bryant, Fisher help SLU past KSU
St Louis Post-Dispatch

For Tigers' Barclay, trip to play 'Nova is quite special
Memphis Commercial Appeal

C-USA Men's Basketball Notebook
ConferenceUSA.com

Central Florida continues hot start
St Petersburg Times

January 3, 2004

From ConferenceUSA.com
-C-USA Men's Basketball Notebook
-Women's Basketball Notebook

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-GAMEDAY: No. 22 Vanderbilt at TCU men
-TCU is left cold by No. 5 Lady Vols
-TODAY ON TV

D'Angelo's decision makes sense
Hattiesburg American

Charlotte Ends Salukis 31-Game Home Win Streak
charlotte49ers.com

Greek import Vouyoukas is set to make debut with Bills
St Louis Post Dispatch

Bearcat Men Head in C-USA Play
UCBearcats.com

Blazers brace for old rival
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC guard Moore endures pain
-So. Miss moves game

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-West loans Cal 2 players
-
Tulsa delighted to be in Boise

Humanitarian Bowl:  Tulsa vs. Georgia Tech
Time:  Saturday 12 PM ET
Location:  Boise, ID
TV:  ESPN

Conference shifts could come a year early
IdahoStatesman.com

January 2, 2004

ABC Is The Big Winner In BCS Controversy
Tampa Tribune

USM trio to play in Senior Bowl
Mobile Register

Anderson- Blazers still trying to find themselves
Birmingham News

49ers on road; Appalachian at USC
Charlotte Observer

Big opportunity- TCU women host Tennessee
Dallas News

January 1, 2004

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Utes' defense hangs Golden Eagles out to dry
-Eagles' offense left shaken, rattled, rolled
-Ledbetter comes up big for Utes
-Utes shut down USM in Liberty Bowl 17-0
-Mighty Warfield delivers game-winner
-USM defense did its job, but it wasn't enough to win
-Liberty Bowl quick glance statistics
-Liberty Bowl post-game comments
-Slide Show: Southern Miss 0 - Utah 17

USM offense turns back around
Hattiesburg American

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Beautiful day, ugly win
-Excitement to be had, but not on the field
-Postgame
-Utah, USM show sportsmanship
-Tigers must learn how to finish

From the Mobile Register
-Utah blanks USM in Liberty Bowl
-Eagles' defense excels
-Schottenheimer returning as coach for Senior Bowl

Demons prevail despite another Brown-out
Chicago Sun Times

DePaul ends year on up note
Chicago Tribune

UC gears up for C-USA
Cincinnati Enquirer

Cardinals' defense sure isn't child's play now
Louisville Courier-Journal

George O'Leary suffers apparent heart attack
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Expansion would liven up BCS
Westchester (NY) Journal News

December 31, 2003

Liberty Bowl:  Utah (25) vs. Southern Mississippi
Time:  3:30 PM ET
Location:  Memphis, TN
TV:  ESPN
 2003 AXA Liberty Bowl Audio Broadcast

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Comeback is theme for Liberty
-Fans frolic before big game
-Liberty Bowl faces growing competition
-Utah vs. Southern Miss

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Southern Miss aims for national ranking
-Bowl trappings perfect
-USM's Davis made right decision
-Good results from USM could get C-USA new deal
-5 keys to victory for USM
-Southern Miss Golden Eagles
-No. 25 Utah Utes

Liberty Bowl Southern Miss vs. Utah | Keys
collegefootballnews.com

USM will make a profit from Liberty Bowl game
Hattiesburg American

From the Middleton (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Army football to get TV treatment
-Ross' kid to coach offense

Bowl Championship Series should allow underdog conferences their day in sun
Asheville Citizen-Times

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-'Cats crush Elon to crowd's delight
-Cardinals lose Garcia, top Toledo

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-For Cardinals, no letdown or letup after UK
-'Brilliant,' says Pitino as Cards trounce Toledo

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-That red glare isn't the Rockets
-Defensive 'buzz saw' shreds Toledo
-Louisville Cardinals Report

Cougars send Tigers to first loss
Houston Chronicle

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-LSU, UNO both falter
-Tulane's offense is sputtering

49ers' quick start staggers Delaware St.
Charlotte Observer

Herd in over its head?
Birmingham Post-Herald

Tigers rule boards in blasting USM
Birmingham News

From the St Louis Post-Dispatch
-Dayton's front line is big test for Billikens
-SLU vs. Dayton

Billikens' second-half run cuts Dayton down to size
St Louis Post-Dispatch

USF zones in for tournament title
St Petersburg Times

USF In A Funk, Then In A Zone
Tampa Tribune

From ConferenceUSA.com
-C-USA Men's Basketball Notebook
-Women's Basketball Notebook
-Houston's Andre Owens Earns Dick Vitale's National Player-of-the-Week Award

December 30, 2003

MARQUETTE 77, SACRED HEART 72 - MU nearly sinks with Diener's subs
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

UC vs. Elon Preview
BearcatNews.com

UC Men Seek 9th Straight Win
UCBearcats.com

Pitino turns Cards' focus to Toledo
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Cards aim to avoid a letdown
Louisville Courier-Journal

Taylor twins have UAB opponents seeing double
Birmingham News

Frogs show spunk in rout
Ft Worth Star-Telegram

Team Effort Carries USF To Win
Tampa Tribune

From the St Petersburg Times
-Team effort lifts Bulls
-USF safety Jones shot twice after a dispute

From ConferenceUSA.com
-C-USA Men's Basketball Notebook
-Women's Basketball Notebook

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Scherer oils USM attack for Bower
-UTAH vs. SO. MISS
-AXA LIBERTY BOWL NOTEBOOK
-Utes' offense ready to fly high

Southern Miss lineman goes out on top
Mobile Register

Utah lineman almost home in bowl game
Hattiesburg American

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Bower's midseason challenge proves turning point for USM
-USM expecting to net $200,000
-Smith proves quick study as Utah's QB
-Southern Miss vs. Auburn

December 29, 2003

Women's Basketball Weekend Roundup
ConferenceUSA.com

GAMEDAY: Grambling State at TCU men
Ft Worth Star-Telegram

Tough times help toughen USF's Leather
St Petersburg Times

South Alabama (4-4) At USF (4-5)
Tampa Tribune

South Alabama playing in USF Holiday Classic
Mobile Register

In the long run, Cards look better than Cats
Louisville Courier-Journal

Another run?
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Slumping DePaul misses Brown
Chicago Sun-Times

Bearcats still waiting for Whaley
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Turning Point
-PRICELESS- Brother's kidney aids USM's Nix
-Utah vs. Southern Miss
-NOTEBOOK
-Tigers won't be caught off guard by this Oakland
-Tigers vs. Oakland
-Preview- Tigers vs. Oakland
-Analyzing The Keys To The Game

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-USM's Hicks, Ray make their presence felt
-Herrion's change of heart turns into Eagles' loss
-This week for Southern Miss

 


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