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East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

August 1, 2004

Keith LeClair: From The Dugout - 08.01
Trading Places
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 08.01
Bonesville.net

From the Washington Daily News
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Holden 'the stir that straws the drink' in ECU football office
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Pirates' Dougherty getting a leg up on the competition
-Lawhorn homers again
-Copper enjoying time at Cowboys camp

Opening up the attack
Greenville Daily Reflector

July 31, 2004

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 07.31
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 07.31
Guest co-host Josh Spence
Bonesville.net

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Conditioning is ECU’s new strength
-Townes’ passion for training runs deep
-Narron struggles

From the Washington Daily News
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ECU's Senior lineman hunting for wins
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Norwood voted to All-Star team

July 30, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 07.30
TV menu for Pirate fans features league dishes
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 07.30
Bonesville.net

Talk 1070 AM: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 07.30
Co-host Bob Simon
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 07.30
Guests Dan Eberhard, Shawn Farmer
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Miller Lite Sports Bar with Jon Ellerbe - 07.30
Guests Allen Thomas, Greg MacDade, Geoff Thompson
Bonesville.net

McClellan Named Director of ECU Media Relations
ecupirates.com

ECU's Chase makes his case
Washington Daily News

ECU's AD hunt continues
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Consultant, AD task force officially meet
-Pirates hire new director of athletic media relations

July 29, 2004

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 07.29
Hints of football season cropping up all over
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 07.29
Bonesville.net

Talk 1070 AM: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 07.29
Kevin Miller, Mike Money, Virginia Gaynor, Deborah Long
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 07.29
Guest John Thompson
Bonesville.net

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Former Pirate pitcher headed to ’The Show’
-Fox will be able to focus more on WR duties as a senior
-Pirate wideouts should play key role in ECU’s offensive output in ’04
-Student to experience 'distance' learning

From the Washington Daily News
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Grieco pumped about pumping up Pirates
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McFarland has lots of shoes to fill on O-line
-Bunn goes just two innings

July 28, 2004

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 07.28
New ritual reinforces drive for redemption
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 07.28
Bonesville.net

Talk 1070 AM: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 07.28
Guest co-host Suzanne Sartelle
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 07.28
Guests GiGi Walter, Sherry Speller, "Bill Clinton"
Bonesville.net

From the Washington Daily News
-Brindise looking for big changes
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Bittersweet recognition for Pirates

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Juco players get the chance to help the Pirates right away
-Ballantine stumps in Pitt

Dunigan sits Crandell
SLAM! Sports

Three Year Program Analysis - Teams 60-79
collegefootballnews.com

July 27, 2004

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 199 - 07.27
Last hurrah for status quo should be a doozie
Bonesville.net

Stage set for Pirates to surprise - 07.27
Bonesville.net

AD panel enlists heavyweight - 07.27
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 07.27
Bonesville.net

Talk 1070 AM: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 07.27
Co-host Bob Simon, guest Jennifer Little
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 07.27
Guests Leonard Henry, Mike Money
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: The Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 07.27
Brian Bailey, Jim Gentry, Brock Letchworth, Josh Spence
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Neinas Picked To Aid ECU AD Search
-Moore and Dougherty Named First-Team Preseason All C-USA

From the Washington Daily News
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Jeff Charles- The man behind the voice
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East Carolina football to be picked up by two area FM stations
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Rimpf signs with Ravens

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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ECU picks Neinas to aid search
-Henry finds himself in Dolphins’ RB mix
-Moore, Dougherty honored by C-USA

ECU 10th in C-USA coaches' opinions
New Bern Sun-Journal

July 26, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 07.26
Focused L-Train stays on steady track
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 07.26
Bonesville.net

SERVICE NOTICE TO READERS - 07.26
Bonesville.net

Blytheville quarterback tries to prove skills
Jonesboro (AR) Sun

From The East Carolinian
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New ECU Web site revealed
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ECU track recruit shines on international level

CAMPUS NOTES - ECU
Greenville Daily Reflector

NFL/Dolphins: What now? Find a new running back
Miami Herald

CFL: Coach fails to name Crandell as starter
Calgary Sun

Stamps in CFL basement after ugly loss to 'Riders
SLAM! Sports


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August 1, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Laughing Again- Linebacker Fields returns to Panthers after his battle with Hodgkin's disease
-Delhomme, Beuerlein share mutual respect Tale of Two QBs
-MIDDLIN'- Hokies join second tier in new ACC
-LOOKING UP- Roof says he considers his first recruiting class a strong one for the Blue Devils
-CLASS ACT- Bunting has high hopes for his recruits
-STOPPERS- Grobe focuses on Deacs' defense
-SACKED- Defections take a little luster off Pack's recruiting class

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Emotional return to Fields
-PANTHER BRACELETS
-More than 5,000 fans watch first practice
-Signs point to agreement between USC, NCAA
-Holtz- Gamecocks will be back in black this season
-Five storylines at USC camp
-S.C. anglers move up as first-day leaders fall
-Redskins’ contest awards fans fantasy jobs

Carolina has tough act to follow
Greenville (SC) News

Panthers training camp coverage from the Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal
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Enjoying every minute
-If you win, then they will come
-Rookie welcomed

Bassmaster Classic keeps on growing
Greensboro News-Record

From the Charlotte Observer
-Fields quick to get back in Panthers plan
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It was back to work for Panthers' players
-To master far side of lake a noble chase
-N.C. boy top Casting Kid
-Controversy surrounds SEC football

Tides’ GM offers blunt assessment of baseball
Hampton Roads Virginian Pilot

Duke recruit has speed to burn
Raleigh News & Observer

July 31, 2004

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Clemson ranked 16th
-Summer sampler- Elon

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Panthers eager to start over
-Allison will visit Hurricanes
-ESPN to air 'BassCenter'

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Panthers' top pick agrees
-Gray scores 20, leading U.S. to win in FIBA tournament
-Big One- Beaver plans to get a hook in ACC game

Recruiting- Tight end Cruz commits to North Carolina
Fayetteville Observer

Hurricanes sign Brendl, Rourke to one-year deals
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Charlotte Observer
-Gamble heading to camp, barely
-Panthers are no longer upstarts
-Notes | Nelson needs surgery on other hip
-Panthers Training Camp Fan Guide
-Bassmaster: Omori tips the scales

July 30, 2004

'Culture' or 'curse'- Holtz seeks change
Anderson Independent

Holtz determined to change Gamecocks' culture of losing
Birmingham News

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz says confidence is the key for Pinkins
-Welcome back, Lou. What did you do the last two years?
-Holtz grants players’ request, order black jerseys
-10 years later, Panthers know a lot

Summer sampler- The Citadel
Greenville (SC) News

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Tar Heel Flavor
-Panthers to open training camp
-Bobcats sign Benjamin, multiple-position player
-Baumgardner is one Bassmasters' favorites

From the Charlotte Observer
-Bassmaster Classic Breakdown
-Filling in the pieces
-Fox- We need to remember and forget

College Notebook- FSU's interim AD wants to give back
Fayetteville Observer

July 29, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack back on Thorpe watch list
-Allison the Canes' center of attention
-Canes re-sign Adams

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Beuerlein retires as a Panther
-Panthers preparing for camp to begin
-ACC wants fifth year for football players
-Big East puts its spin on defections

From the Charlotte Observer
-Beuerlein retires as a Panther
-Okafor X-rays show no damage
-North Carolina names conditioning coach

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Beuerlein ends 17-year career as a Panther
-Four picked for Furman athletic hall of fame
-All-star game finds new, bigger home

July 28, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Bunting Hunting
-ACC wants to find home
-Appalachian to count on Fowlkes
-College Football Notebook

Losses that still hurt
Greenville (SC) News

ACC's transition 'almost seamless'
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Fayetteville Observer
-'Big Four' isn't so big anymore
-New-look ACC ready for season

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-USC officials still not talking about Perry
-Permanent home sought for title game
-Terriers OK with being picked behind Paladins
-League backing five-year eligibility

Okafor sprains ankle at practice
Charlotte Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Players may get 5th year
-ACC officials will keep it together in '04
-Preps: Football, other fall sports begin practice
-Canes, Adams still talking, but no deal

From the Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal
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Wofford adjusts to life near top of SoCon heap
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Zolman goes clubbing
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NFL Training Camp: Wofford's bid almost went down the drain

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Furman picked to win SoCon football
-Training camps bring money, prestige to area
-Hatchell shares passion for basketball

Football title game could stay four years
Greensboro News-Record

WCU picked to finish fifth in SoCon
Asheville Citizen-Times

Plan may hurt city's bid for ACC title game
Orlando Sentinel

July 27, 2004

ACC primed to battle SEC
Birmingham News

Accepting a Challenge Grobe says that ACC expansion will improve Deacons' football program
Winston Salem Journal

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-New day in the ACC
-Purnell dreaming of gold

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Meet the new guys
-Noles, Devils in familiar spots in preseason poll

From the Charlotte Observer
-Bobcats take care of big business
-Coaches prefer warm title game

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Same old pick in the new ACC
-Cole stays with Canes

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Pitt assistant brings familiarity to battle with Furman
-ACC Football Report- NCAA rules give some schools edge

Wolfpack turns its attention to the Class of 2005
Fayetteville  Observer

From the Anderson Independent
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Bowden out of hot season this time
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Clemson coach thinks recruiting rule changes are premature

From the Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal
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Belcher to USC
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ACC votes against 12-game slate
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Falcons beginning final Furman training camp

July 26, 2004

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Players excited about expansion
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Defense may have to carry Wolfpack

QB queries kick off ACC
Raleigh News &  Observer

Tigers' win adds spice to FSU game
Anderson Independent

ACC newcomers create a buzz
Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Currie’s fight might figure in Seminoles game
-Whitehurst is center of attention
-Lopsided loss to Clemson still stings USC

From the Greenville (SC) News
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It's beginning to look at lot like football
-Summer Sampler- Patton has Bulldogs thinking big
-Purnell enters home stretch of Olympics preparation

ACC football notes- Durant hoping to end cover jinx
Durham Herald-Sun

Quarterback Durant shuns attention for Tar Heels
Greensboro News-Record

ACC Football- Page hopes to put Heels in the Chase
Wilmington Star News

From the Charlotte Observer
-Duke to honor Harris with jersey patch
-New schools humble upon entry
-Okafor- Bobcats' red, white and blue building block


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August 1, 2004

Head Football Coach Jeff Bower's Father, Tom Bower II, Passes Away Thursday
southernmiss.com

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
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Coming ... Going; Who's in? Who's out?
-Door remains open for renewing series with departing schools
-Father's death will keep USM boss in Ga.
-Thirst for 'prominence' fuels TCU's exit

Preparation, Confidence, Toughness Will Be Hallmarks of Army Under Bobby Ross
goarmysports.com

Up For Grabs
tulanegreenwave.com

UAB Athletics Begins 2004 Football Outdoor Campaign
uabsports.com

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-To hype, or not to hype?
-Meet DeAngelo Williams
-Williams deserves campaign reform
-What they're saying
-Patient fans, charity win in the end for Tigers' All-Star Classic

Frogs aim to climb food chain
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Frogs Well-Stocked at Tight End
gofrogs.com

Jurich has U of L headed forward
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

17 Cardinals Dot NFL Rosters
uoflsports.com

Bearcat Baseball Excelling During Summer
ucbearcats.com

Crosstown Shootout will be on ESPN
Cincinnati Enquirer

Retaining football recruits problem for Miners
El Paso Times

From the Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
-Media guides serving bigger recruiting role
-More than just football

July 31, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Celebrates 10th Anniversary
-2004 Memphis Football Preview

Mystery donor rescues game
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Coliseum work progressing
Hattiesburg American

Christian chooses UCF for 2nd time
Orlando Sentinel

Drilled in the 'Ville- Tyson KO'd in fourth
Louisville Courier Journal

July 30, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-2004 C-USA Football Television Schedule
-2004 Cincinnati Football Preview
-TCU Swimming and Diving Coach Wins C-USA SAAC Coaches Choice Award

Bearcats picked eighth in C-USA
Cincinnati Enquirer

Players meet with greatest Bearcat
Cincinnati Post

Slow sales jeopardizing game
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Tampa Tribune
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QB Commits To USF, But Moment Is Lost
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Former Assistant Returns To USF Basketball Team

Falana ready to play for USF
St Petersburg Times

From the St Louis Post Dispatch
-SLU releases basketball recruit
-Liddell says he still plans to go to SLU
-SLU soccer team may lose Ibisevic

From the Dallas Morning News
-Triple option- Three QBs to contend for SMU starting job
-Price, UTEP ready for fresh start

From the El Paso Times
-Price big story in Reno
-Former Miner assistant helps movie's actors

From the Orlando Sentinel
-Indoor practice facility on hold
-Tallahassee linebacker chooses UCF

July 29, 2004

2004 Southern Miss Football Preview
conferenceusa.com

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Coach hopes Frogs will take BCS hunt personal
-MISSING PIECE
-TOP 25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL COUNTDOWN

New video game thrusts Eagles into virtual reality
Hattiesburg American

New Tiger baseball aides are winners
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Knights unveil updated armor
Orlando Sentinel

Baxter May Give Football A Try
Tampa Tribune

UTEP picked 8th in WAC
El Paso Times

SMU in no joking mood at WAC media day
Dallas Morning News

Big East Football Set for Life After Miami
Durham Herald-Sun

Which conferences (in their current form) have the strongest overall programs?
collegefootballnews.com

July 28, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-2004 Houston Football Preview
-TCU's Mark Walker Named to Thorpe Watch List
-2004-05 Men's Basketball Prospectus (required Adobe Acrobat Reader)

2004 Conference USA Preview
collegefootballnews.com

Eagles picked third
Hattiesburg American

JUCO coaches to fill Tiger posts
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the El Paso Times
-Miners sign highly touted QB
-UTEP loses 12 players from spring roster

C-USA coaches pick TCU fourth in preseason poll
Dallas Morning News

Armwood's Anderson Commits To USF
Tampa Tribune

UCFAA gets help for ticket operation
Orlando Sentinel

Message to college recruits- No more monkey business
Houston Chronicle

July 27, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-2004 UAB Football Preview
-C-USA Announces Preseason Football Awards
-Two C-USA Players Named To USA Basketball's World Championship For Young Men Qualifying Team

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Conference USA Preseason Poll
-PRESEASON ALL-C-USA FOOTBALL

Hearing Set For Royal On Trespassing Charge
Tampa Tribune

Cardinals favored in C-USA
Louisville Courier Journal

USM will finish 3rd, C-USA coaches say
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

Coaches pick Cardinals
New Orleans Times Picayune

TCU comes out fourth in C-USA coaches poll
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Healthy Blazers have Brown breathing easier
Birmingham News

Big O talks to UC team as coach
Cincinnati Enquirer

July 26, 2004

Contracts still not signed
Hattiesburg American

Just how good is DeAngelo Williams?
Memphis Commercial Appeal


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