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East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

March 21, 2004

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.21

Ex-shortstop hits homer in chancellor selection - 03.21

Baseball: Tulane 14, East Carolina 10 (11) - 03.21

Tulane 14, East Carolina 10

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Miscues cost ECU in defeat
-Ballard looks ahead to role as ECU chief

Charron's Relief Work Leads Baseball Past East Carolina, 14-10 In 11 Innings

March 20, 2004

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.20

Pirate Radio 1250: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 03.20
Guests Jim Talton, Kevin Monroe & Alan Thomas

Pirate Radio 1250: Miller Lite Sports Bar with Jon Ellerbe - 03.20
Alan Thomas, Tony Catouzis, Ray Meyers & Geoff Thomas

-No. 18 ECU Uses Long Ball to Defeat No. 14 Tulane, 6-3
-Parker Concludes Season at NCAA Championships
-Softball Scores At Will En Route To Two Victories

Missouri leader gets ECU job
Raleigh News & Observer

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Ballard is new chancellor at East Carolina
-Introduction of chancellor set for today

East Carolina 6, Tulane 3

Baseball Falls To East Carolina In Conference USA Opener, 6-3

Baseball This Weekend
East Carolina (#18) vs Tulane (#14)
Fri 7 p.m. EST, Sat 6 p.m. EST & Sun 12:30 p.m. EST
Harrington Field
Live stats | Complete game notes [PDF]
Tulane Audio Broadcast
Pirate Radio 1250 baseball broadcast lineup

March 18 & 19, 2004

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Copper receives probation
-ECU faces tough foe in Tulane
-Parker competes at championships

-Tulane Travels to Greenville for Top 25 Showdown
-Special Dates Announced For 2004 Pirate Football Home Games
-ECU's Parker takes aim at NCAA title

Pirates open C-USA play against Green Wave
Washington Daily News

Southard emerges as power hitter for Green Wave
New Orleans Times-Picayune

March 17, 2004

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 03.17
Football chiefs hide from method in the 'Madness'

ECU alum Baird in line for promotion? - 03.17

Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.17

Cable 7: Midweek Tip-Off with Henry Hinton & Mike Steele - 03.17
Kevin Miller, Joe Cravens, Jerry Wainwright & Todd Lickliter

Pirate Radio 1250: Sportsline with Patrick Johnson - 03.17
Segment featuring Nick Schnobel

-No. 18 ECU Baseball Downs Marshall, 8-2
-Adrienne Millican Claims Waterlefe Invitational Individual Title
-Softball Uses Long Ball To Earn First Conference USA Win Of The Year

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Minicozzi, Harrell lead Diamond Bucs to victory
-ECU golfer takes second at Waterlefe Invitational
-Nichols’ blast propels ECU softball team

ECU's home-winning streak grows 17 straight
Washington Daily News

March 16, 2004

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 183 - 03.16
Point guard decision pivotal for next season

Liberty's rise part of Falwell's grander plan - 03.16

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.16

Cable 7: Brian Bailey Show - 03.16
Guests Skip Prosser & Brian Meador

Pirate Radio 1250: Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 03.16
Panelists Brian Bailey, Brock Letchworth & Jody Jones

Pirate Radio 1250: Locker Room with Kevin Monroe - 03.16
Guests Dan Eberhard & Courtney Willis

Pirate Radio 1250: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 03.16
Guests Ray Craft & J.T. with Million-Dollar Bracket Mania

Baseball Today
East Carolina (#18) vs Marshall
Tue 3 p.m. EST
Harrington Field
Live stats
Pirate Radio 1250 baseball broadcast lineup

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Diamond Bucs host Marshall
-Hard work paying off for Nichols on East Carolina’s softball team

-No. 18 Pirate Baseball Hosts Marshall
-Lady Pirates Golf Tied For Second After First Round of Waterlefe Invitational
-Game-Time Changed For ECU-UAB Softball Doubleheader Tuesday

No. 23 ECU completes sweep of Buccaneers
Kinston Free Press

March 15, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 03.15
Logan-inspired switch has payoff for Ledford

C-USA poised to fatten coffers - 03.15

Baseball: East Carolina 2, CSU 1 - 03.15

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.15

-Pirates Complete Sweep of Charleston Southern, 8-2
-Softball Captures Cougar Classic Championship
-Pirate Golf Stumbles in Final Round of Birkdale Collegiate Classic

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU softball team continues great run
-Green light helps Pirates finish sweep





March 21, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-How Sweet It Is
-WFU, Duke win; UNC is defeated
-Deacons roll past Yellow Jackets for first ACC victory of season

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-USC walks to victory
-USC’s season made believers out of fans
-Five questions- The future of Gamecocks basketball
-Source of controversy planning game of chicken

From the Charlotte Observer
-Devils return to dominating form with rout
-Longhorns give UNC long night
-Legend of Paul grows each second
-Pack's trip has been all business

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Longhorns hang on to topple Tar Heels
-McCants can't deliver this time
-Hodge gets shot on national stage
-Paul saves Deacs
-Paul adding memorable dates to Wake's timeline
-Devils roll as Redick finds range
-Duhon delivers on 'D'
-RBC pleases Robinson
-RBC wants to host more NCAA games
-Great guards carry the day
-Top women's seeds may struggle
-Pack's Yow loves the atmosphere

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Purnell now looking ahead
-USC smacks LSU
-USC opens spring practice
-Martin gets QB job

From the Greensboro News-Record
-'Don't panic' advice helps Wake overcome Jaspers
-Paul, Deacs take Manhattan
-Wake Forest Big Box
-Coach K pulls out mind-trick playbook
-Sherrill to sit against Vanderbilt

Fans passionate about Duke
Fayetteville Observer

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Texas wears out Tar Heels
-UNC notes- Buckman's greeting at UNC impressed but didn't sway him
-Redick, Duke hammer Seton Hall
-Duke takes Barrett out of game
-Dascenzo- Devils well prepared
-State notes- Pitino only part of his coaching tree uprooted at Orlando subregional
-Room for improvement
-Alternate ending for Deacs

March 20, 2004

From the Greenville (SC) News
-USC out of NCAAs
-USC-Memphis game summary
-LSU stops Gamecocks
-Tigers top Texas Tech
-Holtz hopes for answers

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-No shot for USC
-Gamecocks buzz
-USC postgame
-USC High Five
-5 Questions- USC spring football practice

Tigers show USC still has work to do
Anderson Independent

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack pretty happy with ugly victory
-Heels' foe now friendly
-Wake's attention on Flores
-It's time for Pack to bring the heat
-May ready for Texas-sized fight
-Region: Badgers bite Spiders
-Duhon feels 'about the same'

N.C. State holds off sputtering Cajuns
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Tough way to win
-Melvin rescues sluggish offense
-Sherrill hoping to play Sunday
-No more playtime for Devils
-Revenge Sweet?
-Barnes renews rivalry with Tar Heels
-Tucker over UNC snub
-Second chances

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Prosser, Gonzalez of Jaspers, have ties
-Deacons seeking to get over second-round hump
-Wolfpack wins ugly
-Yellow Jackets edge Deacons in 10 innings

From the Charlotte Observer
-Barnes has fiery past vs. UNC
-Deacons put destiny in Paul's hands

Jackets, 'Pack Advance; ACC Moves To 6-0

March 18 & 19, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Deacons top VCU
-Drives help Wake solve VCU's zone
-RBC takes Manhattan
-Manhattan pulls off upset
-Mid-major teams are major hits
-Devils off and running
-UNC beats Air Force 63-52
-UNC grounds Air Force
-Felton feels it when it counts
-Sherrill not ready to pack it in
-Charlotte goes cold

Capel quick to change attitude at VCU
Fayetteville Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
-Madness hits Raleigh twice early
-Perimeter focus for Gamecocks

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Falcons keep McCants quiet
-Randolph scores season high in rout
-Throwbacks- No, just jerseys thrown back
-Pack ready for what's-their-name
-Sherrill feeling pain
-Hodge happy to finish first
-Deacons dodge disaster
-Capel keeps scrappy Rams in the game

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Devils advance
-Delhomme says Wolfpack will lose
-Brother of Paul there to cheer on Deacs
-Deacs advance

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Players picture a vision of success
-McKie still has lofty goals
-Sunday’s USC-LSU baseball game will be televised

ULL sets sights on NCAA upset
New Orleans Times-Picayune

#19 Virginia Set To Host North Carolina In ACC Series On March 19-21

March 17, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-MOOT- Time pressures render conference-title games irrelevant
-Uncommon- Capel says his Rams play roles to perfection
-Finding His Aim
-NCSU coach wins award
-Heels say they are capable of making run
-TIME IS NOW- Prosser tells Deacons to enjoy ride
-Deacs' redshirts eager to contribute

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Familiar surroundings for Randolph
-Hype over hyphen- Pack wary of Cajuns
-Tar Heels crave more
-Chances are ...

Diving into the pool
Fayetteville Observer

From the Columbia (SC) The State
Remember Watergate, Secretariat, ‘Deliverance’- That’s how long it’s been since an NCAA win
-Perimeter defense, stand by
-Assistant AD Wrenn resigns
-FOWL PLAY? After flap, Gamecock fan’s bird can now only roost at one USC ballgame a week
-Gamecock veterans lead the way
-Tigers turn to long ball for win
-Clemson basketball- 5 questions

From the Charlotte Observer
-Black Sunday
-Duke is rich getting richer, not bad break
-Gamecocks don fresh attitude
-NCAA to continue S.C. ban

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Young quarterback opts to leave North Carolina
-QB not Wolfpack's only concern in spring drills
-Ref chief- Towel T 'horrible call'

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Sendek rebounds for ACC honor
-UNC stars need help
-NCAA journey begins
-Strong challenges await Duke
-Smith's start came at AFA
-Odom ignoring history
-Pack's Pate takes assistant AD post
-Hodge makes All-America team

From the Greenville (SC) News
-A dream come true
-Notebook- Kinsey injured
-It's all good for USC
-Women: One more time for Tigers
-Clemson whips Coastal
-Gamecocks pound Davidson
-Wrenn resigns at USC

From the Anderson Independent
Coming Together- Time spent as a team off the court pays huge dividends
-Wrenn leaving post at USC

From the Spartanburg Herald- Journal
-USC battles bad NCAA karma
-Former CofC player dies of natural causes

March 16, 2004

Thad Mumau: Class of 2000 failed to meet expectations
Fayetteville Observer

From the Anderson Independent
-The message is the same, the voice is different
-Dave Odom makes good on promise

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Paul named ACC's top rookie
-Duke is banged up heading into opener
-DUKE- Alabama State will seek to be first No. 16 seed to pull upset
-NCSU- Sendek says Pack should have hands full against red-hot Ragin' Cajuns
-First-Round Foes

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Wounded Duke needs better 'D'
-Duhon's status unclear

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Want to win? Don't ask the expert
-Devoted fans face tough test in 2005
-Forty-two years later, Falcons back in tourney

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Fans savoring USC's NCAA bid
-Martin adjusts to new colors, new surroundings

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack's draw is no patsy
-Williams grasps role
-Fans await word on tickets
-Pack's Sherrill, Collins questionable for opener
-Duhon probably will play
-Men's NCAA Tournament Glance

From the Charlotte Observer
-Smith coached Air Force before UNC
-Coach K- Bias has effect
-High-scoring Pfeiffer aims for new ground
-Shrine Bowl combines announced

March 15, 2004

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Another day, another Terps rally
-Capel's VCU club could pose threat
-Devils not hurt by ACC final loss
-Extra day of rest a reward for Pack
-Heels get Falcons, but no flight deck
-Wolfpack linebacker Aughtry-Lindsay suffers gunshot wound

Six Carolinas teams in NCAA
Charlotte Observer

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Rally by Terps ends Duke's streak at 5
-Gilchrist seizes opportunity
-Ewing, Redick shoot blanks
-Painfully different
-ACC looks strong for next season
-Duke 'expected nothing less' than to be a No. 1 seed
-Heels on the road ... again
-ACC's Big Four prepares for the Big Dance
-Worth The Wait?
-Pack to regroup for tournament

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Maryland rallies past Duke
-Gilchrist outduels Duhon
-Redick can't find his rhythm
-Pack's Avent gets 500th win
-NCSU LB shot in arm
-Get ready for a dreamland for long shots

From the Winston Salem Journal
-WFU, Duke are headed to Raleigh for openers
-Terps stun Devils
-ACC will debate future tournament moves
-Rally in 10th inning gives Greer 600th win at WFU

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Odom needs to beat Calipari to get to Sutton
-USC rolls to 16th win

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Back in the dance
-A day that started with anxiety, ends in relief
-Florida point guard commits to Gamecocks

Error-filled day for Clemson- Auburn sweeps Tigers with 9-6 win in Game 3
Anderson Independent





March 21, 2004

-UConn Ends DePaul's Season in Second Round of NCAA's
-Marquette Hosts Second Round NIT Game on Tuesday, March 23
-Houston Rolls to 62-47 Win over UW-Green Bay
-TCU Wins First Round NCAA Game for Fourth Year in a Row
-DePaul Rolls Over George Washington to Move on To Second Round

From the Chicago Sun-Times
-DePaul humbled by UConn
-Trash course- Cincinnati talks big game

From the Chicago Tribune
-A bummer all the way
-Round 2- Connecticut 72, DePaul 55

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Illini view Bearcats as bullies
-With no guards, UC has no chance

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-OSU poses tough test for Tigers today
OSU straddles Tigers' path
-All Calipari, Sutton want is one more game
-Lady Tigers take Calipari's words to heart, court
-TCU batters Tiger pitching

Blazers confident facing Wildcats
Birmingham News

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Cats can exorcise C-USA demon
-Blazers assistant also sees history repeating
-Inside story on Cards' troubles
-Cardinals' season always will be big mystery

Baseball scores from
-Tulane 14, East Carolina 10
-USF 18, Cincinnati 10
-Charlotte 16, Saint Louis 11
-Southern Miss 6, Houston 10
-Louisville 7, UAB 5
-TCU 22, Memphis 2

Cougars start fast, pluck Eagles 10-6
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Hot bats lead TCU explosion
-Pickup game

From the Tampa Tribune
-USF's Offense Dominates At Scrimmage
-Ivany, Baisley Power USF Past Cincinnati, 18-10
-Scouts Get Reed On Bulls

Women: DePaul to meet Vols in second round
St Petersburg Times

Offensive line maturing for TU
New Orleans Times-Picayune

March 20, 2004

-Championship Bracket- Official (PDF) | Viewable | Printable
-Tournament Central

-UAB Runs Past Washington to Advance to Second Round, 102-100
-UC Advances to NCAA Second Round
-Memphis Downs South Carolina, 59-43
Charlotte 5, Saint Louis 4
-Memphis 5, TCU 11
-Southern Miss 8, Houston 3
-Louisville 4, UAB 16
-Cincinnati 5, USF 15

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC- Bobbitt hits game-winner
-Daugherty- Little guy not so little in Tourney
-Photos of UC's win
-XU- Musketeers fight back to advance

VIDEO: Cincy avoids upset
The Sporting News

Cardinals suffer 2nd-half swoon
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Slam dunk
-Stand up and cheer, Tiger fans
-Tigers postgame
-Addition by subtraction
-Tigers face team with 'no weakness'
-Carney's 3's bring Tiger win

Calipari turns to Parcells for boost
Columbia (SC) The State

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Gamecocks no match for Tigers
-Memphis goes to third option to beat USC

-Tigers Slam South Carolina In NCAA First Round
Tiger Football Runs Extensive Scrimmage

Baseball Falls in Series Opener at No. 18 Southern Miss

S. Mississippi downs Cougars 8-3
Houston Chronicle

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU rolls as Memphis fumbles C-USA opener
-Lady Frogs: Where there's a will, there's away

UCF News from the Orlando Sentinel
-Missed shot at glory
-Trip to Big Dance major boost for UCF
-Knights missed out on 'sleeper' recruit
-UCF vs. Pittsburgh box score

March 18 & 19, 2004

DePaul Claims a 76-69 double overtime victory over Dayton
-Charlotte Falls to Texas Tech, 76-73, in NCAA Tournament
Memphis' Calipari Named NABC District 7 Coach Of The Year
Charlotte Defeats Clemson, 78-71, in WNIT Action

Love The Drake! Diener Sends DePaul Past Dayton In Two Overtimes

Diener comes to Demons' rescue
Chicago Sun-Times

From the Chicago Tribune
-Diener saves Demons
-DePaul loses a cast member

From the Charlotte Observer
-49ers forfeit their shot at St. Joe's
-Long-range game falters for 49ers in 1st round
-Surge too late for Charlotte

Tech slips past Charlotte
Houston Chronicle

From the Dallas News
-TCU's Mittie arrested for suspicion of DUI
-Tech, St. Joe's have second-round date

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-This time, they're ready
-U of M facing Kansas City jinx
-In 'Show-Me' state, Tigers eager to shine
-From 3's to D, these teams play same way
-Calipari doesn't quell St. John's rumor
-The Tigers in Kansas City
-Lady Tigers beat back Tulsa

Columbia (SC) The State

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC's power vs. Bucs' speed
-Whaley vows to show a more physical side
-Proper ending for Bearcats would come in winning title
-NCAA gods haven't smiled on Huggins

From the Winston Salem Journal
-HOME COURT-Cincinnati should have a sizeable advantage in fan support against ETSU
Texas Tech eliminates Charlotte 76-73

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cards seek Orlando magic
-Could Cardinals be like '87 Friars-
-In nick of time, Dean '100 percent'
-Cincinnati has seen its share of changes
-Final heartbreak for U of L women

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-A Whitehead resurgence could be key for Cards in NCAAs
-Cardinals still waiting for Whitehead of old

SLU to play Irish in Fort Wayne
St Louis Post-Dispatch

Eagles begin title defense vs. Houston
Hattiesburg American

Wave KO's Southern California
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Tampa Tribune
-Bulls Lose In Round 1
-Bulls' Associate AD To Retire

March 17, 2004

-Championship Bracket- Official (PDF) | Viewable | Printable
-Tournament Central

Drejaj's Three-Pointer at Buzzer Lifts SLU over Iowa in NIT

Bills turn 5 seconds into memorable win
St Louis Post-Dispatch

Tulane Falls To Southern Cal, 11-10, In 12-Inning Marathon

Southern Cal turns back Tulane in 12
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Pitcher Mock, UH get the best of No. 5 Rice
Houston Chronicle

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
Relief part of plan as Frogs top Sooners
Two sports no joke for Huffman
-Frogs' gunner is always in range

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
Tigers, Rebels square off
-Tigers work on 3-point defense
-Road to Final Four starts with a focused first step

From the Chicago Sun-Times
-In Leitao they trust
-DePaul not counting on having Seals

From the Chicago Tribune
-Demons rely on 'Q' factor
-Demons waiting on Seals ruling

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Bearcats ready for speedster
-To beat Cards, XU must stop Garcia

From the Cincinnati Post
-Going out a champion
-Bearcats reinstate Whaley

After resigning his UAB coaching job two years ago, Murry Bartow is making the most of his second chance. At East Tennessee State, Bartow has found his ...
Birmingham News

Some food for thought while filling out brackets
Louisville Courier-Journal

Columbia (SC) The State

49ers to take on Tigers
Charlotte Observer

From the Tampa Tribune
-USF AD To Come From Outside The School
-Bulls DE Royal Could Face Charges

Dallas high school coaches urge SMU to hire Tubbs
Dallas Morning News

March 16, 2004

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
-MU 87, Toledo 72: Eagles soar past Rockets in NIT
-NIT scheduling not a hit
- NIT postgame report

Billikens Host Iowa in NIT

Bills relish NIT bid, but hope for more
St Louis Post Dispatch

Men's NIT Basketball
St Louis vs. Iowa
7:00 PM (ESPN2)
St. Charles Family Arena-St. Charles, Mo.

Calipari likes mix of shorthanded Tigers
Greenville (SC) News

DePaul awaiting word on Seals' fate
Chicago Sun-Times

Will UAB, Tide repeat or defy seeding history?
Birmingham News

Bearcats adapted to pressing problem
Cincinnati Enquirer

Support system U of M stars need help in NCAAs
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Bracketology for dummies
-Lady Frogs prepare to explore unknown Temple

Tulane seeking timely hitting
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Devils win weekend series
Arizona Republic

USM pitchers putting up zeroes
Hattiesburg American

From the Houston Chronicle
-Intriguing choices have hats in ring at UH, A&M
-UH women move into AP top 10

From the Tampa Tribune
-Consultant Will Help Find Bulls AD
-Bulls Kick Off Spring Still Searching For QB

March 15, 2004

-Record Six C-USA Men's Basketball Teams Earn NCAA Invitations
-Four Women's Basketball Teams Heading to 2004 NCAA Tournament
-Marquette and Saint Louis Head to Postseason NIT
-Five C-USA Teams Selected for WNIT
-Weekend Baseball Roundup - Mar. 14

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Scouting the St. Louis region
-Scouting the Atlanta region
-Scouting the East Rutherford region
-Scouting the Phoenix region
-TCU women see fewer bumps in tourney road
-TCU uses power, pitching to gain sweep

Charlotte happy to be back in NCAA
Charlotte Observer

Blazers get happy feet, first tourney bid in 5 years
Birmingham News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers to face S.C. in Kansas City
-Tigers facing long odds, tough foes on NCAA path
-Tiger foe happy to end 6-year drought
-Bracket's pairings get some scrutiny
-Lady Tigers make NIT field

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Gamecocks draw Memphis in NCAA opener
-Clemson faces Charlotte in Women's NIT

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC heads north, but not far
-Familiar faces square off in Bearcats' 1st-round game
-XU gets Louisville in opener
-Cardinals seek quick return to pre-injury form

Bills will host Iowa at the Family Arena
St Louis Post-Dispatch

From the Tampa Tribune
-USF Women Make History With Invite
-USF Baseball Team Finishes Sweep Of Massachusetts

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-10th-seeded Cards face Xavier
-Lady Cards snubbed
-Dec. 27 seems like a very long time ago

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
Committee does Cards no favors
-Cards a No. 10 seed, but Pitino isn't complaining

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
-NIT: MU will play Toledo
-NIT: Monday or Wednesday game likely

Tulane halts ASU's win streak
Arizona Republic

USM rolls; MSU averts sweep
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger