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January 11, 2004

Keith LeClair: From The Dugout - 01.11
Pete Rose: Hall of Fame, or outside looking in?
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.11
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: David Beauchamp, Aberdeen, NC - 01.11

Road dishes more misery to Pirates - 01.11
Bonesville.net

Men's Basketball Fall On The Road Against Charlotte
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Road woes continue for Pirates
-ECU women looking for quick start

49ers finish off Pirates early
Charlotte Observer

Charlotte Topples East Carolina, 81-65
charlotte49ers.com

January 10, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 01.10
Mission to end road futility begins
Bonesville.net

Al Myatt: 2003 Carolinas football wrap & honors - 01.10
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.10
Bonesville.net

Women's Basketball Downs UAB In Conference Opener
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates rally to take down UAB
-Pirates hit the road for Charlotte

  Pirate/49er Basketball Pre-game Social Info
charlottepirates.com

Pirates Face First C-USA Road Block Of The Year At Charlotte
ecupirates.com

Aiken aside, 49ers look to keep rolling
Charlotte Observer

Niners turn things around
Raleigh News & Observer

East Carolina heads to Charlotte still in search of first C-USA road victory
New Bern Sun Journal

January 9, 2004

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 168 - 01.09
Coming of age a painful process
Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.09
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: Miller Lite Sports Bar - 01.09
Host Jon Ellerbe with Allen Thomas & Tony Catusas
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: John Thompson Call-In Show - 01.09
Host Jeff Charles
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 Audio: On Campus with Jeff Charles - 01.09
Guests Erroyl Bing, Gabe Mikulas & Sharon Baldwin-Tener
Bonesville.net

Bonesville Bytes Audio: ECU-UAB Post-game Comments - 01.09
Bill Herrion, Erroyl Bing, Derrick Wiley, UAB's Mike Anderson
Bonesville.net

Women's Basketball Inks Rhode Island Transfer
ecupirates.com

Clay Aiken Scheduled to Perform at Saturday's Men's Basketball Game
charlotte49ers.com

Too many turnovers
Kinston Free Press

'Squeaky' lifts Blazers to victory
Birmingham Post-Herald

January 8, 2004

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 01.08
Here's to wisdom for ECU and N.C. leaders
Bonesville.net

AFCA backs non-BCS schools - 01.08
Bonesville.net

Blazers escape town with win - 01.08
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.08
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: Live@5 Segment - 01.08
Troy Dreyfus, Jon Ellerbe & special guest William Shelton
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Basketball Suffers Disappointing Loss To UAB
-T-Shirt Giveaway, National TV Expected to Make ECU-Louisville a Hot Ticket

Pirates floored- UAB spoils ECU’s Conference USA opener
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates fall to Blazers in C-USA opener
Washington Daily News

Blazers edge Pirates
New Bern Sun-Journal

Blazers run by Pirates
Raleigh News & Observer

Men's Basketball Wins Conference USA Opener At East Carolina, 71-68
uabsports.com

Blazers step up in Conference USA opener
Birmingham News

Blazers open C-USA play at East Carolina
Birmingham Post-Herald (late)

January 7, 2004

Ron Cherubini: Reflections - 01.07
Note to conspiracy theorists: Count me in
Bonesville.net

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 01.07
UAB game has big implications
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.07
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: Jon Rogers, Alexandria, VA - 01.07
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 Audio: Midweek Tip-Off - 01.07
Henry Hinton, Mike Steele, guests David Garrard, Bill Herrion
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: Live@5 Segment - 01.07
Troy Dreyfus, Jon Ellerbe, guest Bill Herrion
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: Sportsline Segment - 01.07
Patrick Johnson, guest Denny O'Brien
Bonesville.net

Pirates Begin Third Season Of C-USA Competition Vs. UAB
ecupirates.com

ECU opens conference play against UAB
New Bern Sun-Journal

Pirates hope time is right
Raleigh News & Observer

Men's Basketball Team Travels To East Carolina For C-USA Opener
uabsports.com

Hot out of the gate
Birmingham News

Shankweiler joins Gamecocks
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

THE SHANKWEILER FILE
Columbia (SC) The State

Holtz filling slots
Greenville (SC) News

Aiken to sing at 49ers game
Charlotte Observer

January 6, 2004

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 167 - 01.06
Showdown with Blazers is Herrion's biggest
Bonesville.net

BCS needs major surgery - 01.06
Bonesville.net

Final AP & Coaches football polls - 01.06
Bonesville.net

AP basketball poll - 01.06
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.06
Bonesville.net

Cable 7 Audio: Brian Bailey Show - 01.06
Guest Greg Herenda
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: From The Locker Room - 01.06
Kevin Monroe & Sean Farmer
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: The Press Box - 01.06
Troy Dreyfus, Brian Bailey, Jody Jones & Jim Gentry
Bonesville.net

Second Half Run Gives ECU Its Ninth Win Of The Season
ecupirates.com

ECU women outrun Racers
Greenville Daily Reflector

January 5, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 01.05
'Great night for purple and gold'
Bonesville.net

USC shares glory - 01.05
Bonesville.net

BCS looks to hoops for answers - 01.05
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 01.05
Bonesville.net

Letter to the Editor: P. Jeff Martin, Akron, OH - 01.05
Bonesville.net

Lady Pirates Face Murray State In Last Non-Conference Game
ecupirates.com

 


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January 11, 2004

From the Charlotte Observer
-Cardiac Cats pull off upset
-Great escape
-Would the second overtime start with a coin flip and a kickoff?
-Mr. Paul cooks up big plays for Wake
-Duke recruit on Bobcats' radar
-GAMEDAY | Pack, Devils, Heels in action today
-Better late than never for USC's Balkman
-Champion keeps Davidson at bay
-UNC Wilmington drops Drexel
-Beard elevates Duke, says UNC's Hatchell

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Carolina story goes national
-Deacs drill Tigers
-Clemson-Wake Forest game summary
-Tigers basketball notebook
-USC smacks Bulldogs
-USC-Georgia game summary
-Furman comes up short
-Furman-Charleston game summary

Panthers outlast Rams to reach NFC title game
sportsline.com

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Play of bench comes through for WFU
-Terriers hand Mountaineers first home loss of season
-College Basketball Roundup
-Wolfpack will try to shake road blues today
-Rested Georgia Tech to try for first ACC win at UNC
-Devils hope to build momentum with road win against Cavaliers

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Hodge evolving into leader
-Wake takes it inside
-ACC states its case
-Redick at home on line
-UNC women face top-ranked Duke
-Panthers start to grab Triangle fans' attention

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Points of contention
-Redick- One shot at history
-Blue streaks on line

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Deacons extend win streaks
-UNCG 'panicked' in loss
-N.C. A&T gets close but key shot won't fall

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tigers fade down the stretch
-Wake Forest-Clemson buzz
-USC 84, Georgia 63

From the Anderson Independent
-Gamecocks steamroll Bulldogs
-Turnovers doom Tigers again

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Terriers keep poise, hold off Mountaineers
-USC routs Georgia
-Tigers miss out on upset
-Recruits wait while colleges manage scholarships

Terrell's slam slays Dragons
Wilmington Star-News

January 10, 2004

From the Charlotte Observer
-Panthers reach for respect
-KEYS TO THE GAME
-Panthers will weigh risk of blitz, then gamble
-GAMEDAY | Carolinas college basketball

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Williams quick to realize UNC isn't utopia
-Duke's Redick shoots for free-throw record

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Strains- Heels offer attitudes and platitudes
-Tigers' Purnell worried about backcourt's play
-Fancher says Appalachian won't take Wofford lightly
-WSSU, doing its CIAA math, knows wins in division are big
-Roof hires Kelly as associate coach

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Freshmen providing depth
-Men’s basketball pregame- USC at Georgia
-Hamilton headed to NFL
-Catching on at Clemson
-Practices more serious with Purnell
-Men’s basketball pregame- Clemson at No. 5 Wake Forest
-NASCAR :Darlington benefits from new racing changes

From the Anderson Independent
-Recruiting Wars- Purnell hopes to "Wake" up Clemson's recruitment in surrounding states
-Rivals face off in SEC- USC meets Georgia in big conference matchup
-Hamilton leaving for NFL

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers take on Deacs
-Clemson-Wake Forest game capsule
-Dawg day for USC
-USC-Georgia game capsule
-Furman faces Cougars

From the Greensboro News-Record
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Deacons fans are jamming the Joel
-UNCG finding rotation for key stretch

From the Spartanburg Herald-Sun
-It's official- Hamilton leaving Clemson
-USC finds depth
-Purnell focuses on recruiting close to home

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Grant OK to practice with Heels
-Clemson at Wake Forest
-Roof fills hole on staff

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Stanford assistant joins Roof at Duke
-Tough crowd awaits UNC women

UNCW plays matchup game with Drexel
Wilmington Star-News

January 9, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Orlebar brothers transferring from WFU to ASU, will attend first classes on Monday
-Appalachian, Wake Forest will have new-look lines in '04 Grobe not concerned by loss of players from Deacons' program
-3-point threat- Strickland has improved his shooting, defense, rebounding and ability to run the floor
-'Oh, He's Nuts'

From the Greensboro News-Record
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Groves Stadium will get upgrades
-Mistakes costly as Aggies lose 12th of season

Wolfpack's Melvin takes points milestone in stride
Fayetteville Observer

In need of rhythm
Anderson Independent

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-State’s top recruit cancels visit to USC
-Hamilton postpones meeting

From the New Bern Sun-Journal
-Shedding shank helps Ewing shine
-McCants' stone face misleading

Happy days for Duhon
Durham Herald-Sun

Pack's Evtimov turning corner
Charlotte Observer

Seahawks’ lineup decided by a basket
Wilmington Star-News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-NCCU rallies to top Shaw
-ACC fast break
-Women: Heels escape Pack

January 8, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Wolfpack puts it all together in big victory
-Tar Heels shake the blues
-Williams in total control
-ACC Fast Break
-Florida edges South Carolina in SEC
-Bunting still needs assistants

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Mayday cry heard
-Heels get defensive
-Pack's 'hungry rats' stymie BYU
-Stopping Shaw tough for Eagles
-Duke, UNC women tune up for showdown

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Purnell says WFU may be the best in the ACC
-State has no problem taking care of BYU
-Tar Heels cruise past Hurricanes
-Thinking Man's Ram
-LSU coaching staff has ASU connections
-4 new football players have enrolled at UNC-CH

From the Anderson Independent
-Gators escape USC- Gamecocks narrowly miss upset of No. 14 Florida
-Soft schedule May backfire On Gamecocks

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-USC falls short
-Gamecocks pass test, but still have work to do
-Bowden, Hamilton reschedule meeting
-FLORIDA STATE AT CLEMSON

From the Greenville (SC) News
-USC falls to Florida
-Florida-USC game summary
-Growth lesson for Gamecocks
-Hamilton, Bowden on hold
-Tigers ranked No. 2

No. 14 Gators outlast USC
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From the Charlotte Observer
-Tar Heels recover with rout of Canes
-USC finds 3 is not its magic number
-Wolfpack hounds BYU in 1st half
-Gibbs returns to rebuild Redskins
-Gibbs' return to NFL a surprise to Panthers

From the Greensboro News-Record
-A&T graduate expected to join new racing team
-Fundamentals pay off in Pack's win
-Miami proves no match for May, Manuel

Catamounts struggle against SoCon power Charleston
Asheville Citizen-Times

January 7, 2004

From the Anderson Independent
-Fast start means big expectations
-Betko will transfer
-Derrick Hamilton is expected to enter the NFL Draft.

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Test time for USC
-Florida-USC game capsule
-Tigers feeling the draft

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Metemorphosis- Brown changes his game to fill USC’s void inside
-NO. 14 FLORIDA AT USC
-Gamecocks’ wins bring promise
-Cincy assistant to coach USC offensive line
-Hamilton to meet with Bowden today

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Duke not Stag-nant
-Healthy Heels hope to avenge Miami loss
-Pack's first real test coming against BYU
-Noted
-Catfish's widow continues fight
-NHL: Hurricanes end skid, blank Blues

Williams downplays starters' benching
Greensboro News-Record

Wolfpack must rebound for victory
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Dean Dome's greatest hits
-Duhon on his game
-Time to end the cupcake schedules
-ACC Fast Break
-Long trip for BYU
-Wake rolls by Brown

Cats take step up, but can they hang with the SoCon big boys?
Asheville Citizen-Times

Seahawks start key home stretch
Wilmington Star-News

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs win laugher
-Wake Forest-Brown postgame audio, photos
-Fairfield unable to keep up with Duke
-UNC will take on future ACC foe Miami tonight
-Sendek says that BYU good test for N.C. State
-St. Augustine's stifles Winston-Salem State

From the Charlotte Observer
-Wildcats keep Bulldogs at bay
-Panthers' chances rest with Davis
-Without diversion, Holt brings big game
-Report- Gibbs talking with Redskins

January 6, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-McLendon strikes deal on October driving charges
-Duke men slip outside league
-ACC faces bowl challenges
-Tough task for Panthers

McCants learning hard lesson
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Class in session at UNC
-ACC Fast Break
-Beard becomes No. 1, just like the Blue Devils

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Hot Apps toast Elon
-Krzyzewski will face off against former assistant tonight
-BROWN OUT- Prosser hopes Deacs iron out rough spots

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Chattanooga beats UNCG in men's basketball
-Hampton sends Aggies to 13th straight loss in men's basketball
-College football fueled by opinions, wallets

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-BASEBALL AMERICA PRESEASON TOP 25
-Clemson’s McCann honored
-Walvius’ game plan comes up short

Tigers finish No. 22 in national polls
Greenville (SC) News

From the New Bern Sun-Journal
-Fairfield provides Duke with diversion from ACC grind
-Prosser, Wake focus on rebounding

From The Charlotte Observer
-McLendon punished for driving offenses
-Williams- McCants not being singled out
-Winthrop rallies for overtime victory

January 5, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-ABOVE BOARD- Prosser wants rebounding to improve
-Will Phoenix rise up on trip to Appalachian as SoCon foe?

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Tar Heels need attitude adjustment
-Victory special for Duke

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-An 'Iron Duke' in UNC's midst
-ACC fast break

Furman's Ndoye takes game to higher level
Greenville (SC) News

Gophers dig deep vs. Terriers
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Richardson outfoxed them all
Fayetteville Observer

 


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January 11, 2004

No. 23 Marquette Survives St. Louis, 61-59
gomarquette.com

Diener's winning bank vaults Golden Eagles
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

From the St Louis Post Dispatch
-Billikens fall to Diener's fake
-Under new format, SLU has C-USA game at TCU

From the Chicago Sun-Times
-Marquette win well-rehearsed
-Cincinnati overwhelms DePaul

From the Chicago Tribune
-Bearcats apply stranglehold
-Bearcats back on prowl

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Bearcats strangle Blue Demons
-Whaley learning hard way

Bearcats Win Again, Top DePaul
UCBearcats.com

Eagles Beat Memphis, Even C-USA Record At 1-1
Southernmiss.com

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Southern Miss picks apart listless Tigers
-Defeat brings up signs of trouble
-Tigers postgame

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-'Focused' USM breaks Memphis' 5-game streak
-Mercurial season produces optimism

Bulls see way too much red
Louisville Courier Journal

Louisville Downs USF For 11th Straight Win
UofLsports.com

USF gets trounced at home
St Petersburg Times

`We Laid Down'
Tampa Tribune

Pitino apologetic after rout of South Florida
Charlotte Observer

Frogs go distance to slip by Tulane
Ft Worth Star-Telegram

TCU men get even in Conference USA
Dallas News

Horned Frogs Tread The Green Wave
gofrogs.com

Blazers cool off Cougars
Birmingham News

UAB Downs Houston, 64-42
uabsports.com

UCF: A different recruiting campaign
Orlando Sentinel

January 10, 2004

USF fans stay away in droves
St Petersburg Times

From the Tampa Tribune
-USF Not Intimidated By Louisville
-Torn ACL Ends Junior's Season

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-'Maxed out'- Not these Cards
-Telfair aims to please U of L fans
-Hitches may halt momentum for fast C-USA realignment

Soderberg loses sleep over Diener
St Louis Post Dispatch

FORWARD ADJUSTS TO STARTING ROLE
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Hattiesburg trip often tough for U of M
-Preview- Tigers vs. Southern Miss
-Analyzing the keys to the game
-Tigers could still be Forum-bound
-Speeding C-USA refit carries cost

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Southern Miss vs. Memphis
-Green decries lack of progress

USM to get new turf this year
Hattiesburg American

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-C-USA- Charlotte wins on road
-Kirkland's injury is only a sprain
-Kirkland's injury tests UC's depth

Bearcats back on prowl
Chicago Tribune

UC vs. DePaul Preview
bearcatnews.com

NDSU Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach Dan Enos Leaves For Job At Cincinnati
NDSU Athletics Department

Will that 'Squeaky' wheel get victory oil?
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-GAMEDAY: Tulane at TCU men
-Down 16 at half, TCU runs to win

Women's Basketball Notebook - Jan. 9
ConferenceUSA.com

January 9, 2004

`Idol' Aiken could boost fan base for 49ers
Charlotte Observer

Anderson wants a more aggressive rebounding effort
Birmingham News

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-C-USA awaits TCU's decision
-C-USA WOMEN'S TIP-OFF
-TCU women made first jump once Shaw arrived

From the Tampa Tribune
-Conferences To Discuss 2004 Options
-Florida's Capko Transfers To USF

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Memphis hoops alive and well
-Five questions with Tommy West
-U of M recruiting update
-JUCO linemen visit Tigers; rush starts next week

Tulane assistant going to Tennessee
New Orleans Times-Picayune

DePaul-Cincinnati Game Will Be Televised By Fox Sports Chicago On Saturday
DePaul Athletics Department

UC Tries to Extend Win Streak vs. DePaul
UCBearcats.com

Huggins waiting for Whaley to get to 'work'
Cincinnati Enquirer

From ConferenceUSA.com
-Women's Basketball Notebook - Jan. 8
-Men's Basketball Notebook - Jan. 8

January 8, 2004

Marquette, Diener top Houston
Chicago Sun-Times

MARQUETTE 65, HOUSTON 52
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Louisville smothers USM 76-42
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Pitino sighs, Cards fly high in easy win
-OPEN SEASON ON EAGLES

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Win leaves Huggins seeing red
-Whaley, left behind, is told by Huggins to work harder

Billikens pull out win after an ugly first half
St Louis Post Dispatch

TCU offense, fans are missing in 60-50 loss
Dallas News

Frogs' offense frozen out by Saint Louis' cool plan
Ft Worth Star-Telegram

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tiger talk and Pyramid schemes
-It's not perfection, but it's close
-Liberty Bowl TV ratings see significant increase over '02

SU being told to hit the road
Syracuse Post-Standard

TCU's Patterson A Finalist for Eddie Robinson Award
ConferenceUSA.com

January 7, 2004

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

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Burks leads Tigers to win
-Tigers postgame
-U of M signs linebacker

From the Philadelphia Enquirer
-'Nova is victim of Memphis blitz
-Calipari says he'd welcome Temple to Conference USA

Brown bags 34 as Charlotte tips DePaul in C-USA opener
Chicago Sun-Times

Brown Explodes In 75-70 Win Over Depaul
Charlotte49ers.com

Brown dazzles Demons
Chicago Tribune

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
C-USA: Game of the week
C-USA: Player of the week
C-USA: The week's best
C-USA: Standings
Marquette ready for encore
USM has 'Golden' opportunity vs. U of L
Preview: Southern Miss vs. Louisville

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cardinals a second-half team
-Louisville Cardinals Report

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-TCU bent on not being left at home
-CONFERENCE USA MEN'S BASKETBALL TIP-OFF

From the St Louis Post-Dispatch
-Under new format, SLU has C-USA game at TCU
-Gameday- SLU vs. TCU
-Gordo- Big Three look like they're ready for the big games

Inside college hoops | C-USA about to shake out
Charlotte Observer

UC aiming to reclaim league title
Cincinnati Enquirer

Houston-area native happy to be home
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

UH Notebook- Bowl brawlers `acted out of self defense'
Houston Chronicle

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Tigers assistant to Central Florida
-Women: TU finding groove

USF Women's Assistant Bennett Resigns Post
Tampa Tribune

January 6, 2004

From ConferenceUSA.com
-Conference USA Men's Basketball Notebook
-Women's Basketball Notebook
-TCU Finishes In Top 25 in Both Polls

CONFERENCE USA NOTEBOOK
Birmingham News

49ers set for league opener
Charlotte Observer

C-USA play puts DePaul on alert
Chicago Tribune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Wounded Tigers limp into Philly
-Analyzing The Keys To The Game
-Tigers vs. Villanova
-League's quality will be tested
-Bearcats have Huggins purring

From the Dallas Morning News
-TCU, UNT coaches voted Tigers No. 1
-TCU lags behind league as C-USA starts

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Schedule won't aid U of L bid for first title
-League play will separate good, bad

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Wave might play Rattlers
-BCS ball crystal allows glimpse into the 2004 season

Rice notebook- Early move to C-USA a possibility
Houston Chronicle

USM back on top
Mobile Register

Last-second shot rescues Golden Eagles
Hattiesburg American (late)

January 5, 2004

C-USA Men's Basketball Weekend Roundup
ConferenceUSA.com

Conference USA shapes up as 3-team race
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-TU's Brown rebounds from illness
-USM tops UNO at buzzer

Last-second shot scuttles Privateers
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Memphis's Burks beat up, draws attention
Memphis Commercial Appeal

DePaul to get Brown back
Chicago Tribune

South Florida Women Fall To No. 12 Georgia
Tampa Tribune

The Bowls from best to worst
CollegeFootballNews.com

Attendance rises for bowl games
Ft Worth Star-Telegram


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