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East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

September 5, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Al Myatt:
One step forward, one step back - 09.05
-Denny O'Brien:
Poor execution guts grand scheme - 09.05
-Harris runs amok - 09.05
-ECU-WVU Box Score - 09.05
Bonesville Audio: Coaches & players post-game - 09.05
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.05
Shooting deaths overshadow debut of State QB
Conference USA scoreboard & schedule

Sunday's college football TV capsules

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Falls to West Virginia in Season Opener
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Lamar Wins Pirate Invitational, 3-1

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-East Carolina’s new offense shows glimpses of potential
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Harris runs wild against ECU
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Lamar spoils ECU’s chance at winning own volleyball tournament

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates drop their opener
-Brown's return doesn't help rushing attack

Mountaineers run past Pirates
Raleigh News & Observer

Record Breaking Night
msnsportsnet.com

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail
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One for the books
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No coach-speak
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WVU notebook

 
 

Harris, Mountaineers run down East Carolina
Martinsburg (WV) Journal

September 4, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.04
 — Big hat tossed in the ring for ECU AD position?
 — Talk 1070 slates marathon football Saturday

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Women's Soccer Blanks Georgia Southern For First Win
-ECU Finishes Day One of Pirate Invitational, 1-1

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-After 70 years, ECU football is a case study of highs and lows
-No. 10 West Virginia awaits Pirates
-Pirate running backs a powerful pair

From the Washington Daily News
-Brown- Back and ready for action
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Big weekend for Pirates, ex-Pirates
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ECU volleyball splits in tournament opener

Playing better on defense key for East Carolina
Fayetteville Observer

Moore and Whimper- From Rams to Pirates, always friends
New Bern Sun-Journal

East Carolina at West Virginia
Raleigh News & Observer

WVU expecting trick plays from ECU
Winston Salem-Journal

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Top 10 material? We’ll find out
-
Mountaineers- Game 1

LINE 'EM UP
WVU Daily Athenaeum

ECU coordinator has new ideas; Also, Fans to finally get a look at revamped Mountaineer Field
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

McLee to make first start for WVU
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

E. Carolina Brings New Offense to W. Va.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette

NFL/Garrard: Del Rio- No QB controversy
Florida Times-Union

September 3, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Danny Whitford:
Perspective - 09.03
J.T. deserves second honeymoon
-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 09.03
AD search panel culling names
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.03
Auburn AD job still open after Baird, Dooley confer...
Pirate Radio launches ECU game-day lineup...
Mountaineers prepared to lead pared-down Big East...
O'Leary to miss UCF opener after mother's passing...

WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar with Jonathan Ellerbe - 09.03
Guests Ian Eastman, Ben Parrot, Eddie King, Brian Summers
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.03
Guests Marvin Blount, III, Mike Dorsey
WNCT: Brain Bailey Show - 09.03
Guest Jerry Odom
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.03
Co-host Bob Simon, guest Randolph Chitwood

From ecupirates.com
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Volleyball Hosts Second Pirate Invitational
-Women's Soccer Opens Home Season Against Georgia Southern

From the Washington Daily News
-Galloway says receivers are ready
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ECU spikers open with a victory

East Carolina set at quarterback entering Saturday’s game
Kinston Free Press

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Dempsey in, Fox out for the Pirates
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ECU begins preseason hoops workout

NFL/Garrard: Leftwich takes back seat to team's backup QBs
Florida Times-Union

Berk anchors O-line for Mountaineers
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Fun ’N Gun
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Secondary focus, turf wager, sunny skies and intrigue gone bad
-WVU notebook

September 2, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Henry Hinton:
Henry's Highlights - 09.02
Realistic goal for WVU game: credible showing
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.02
WNCT: Bonesville Power Hour with Patrick Johnson - 09.02
Al Myatt & Denny O'Brien with Jerry Odom & Sammy Batten
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.02
Guest co-host Suzanne Sartelle
WGHB: John Thompson Show with host Jeff Charles - 09.02
WGHB: From the Booth with Jeff Charles - 09.02
Guests Noah Brindise, Pat Sullivan, Calvin McGee
WGHB: Locker Room with Kevin Monroe & Kevin Wiggins - 09.02
Guests Carlester Crumpler, Jr., J.J. McQueen
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.02
Guests Don Parrot, John Thompson, Rob Young

From ecupirates.com
-Anticipation Builds For Season Opener With West Virginia
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Shevlin's Header Lifts UNCW Over East Carolina, 2-1
-Bertini Sets Career-High as ECU Volleyball Downs UNCW, 3-0

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates have Rasheed on their mind
-Copper hanging on with Cowboys
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Leach pleased to still be a Packer

Pirates’ defensive line could receive boost from healthy Brown
Greenville Daily Reflector

East Carolina's backfield twice as nice in 2004
Fayetteville Observer

Plenty to Prove- ECU says it has a better team this season
Winston Salem Journal

ECU needs to stop WVU ground game
New Bern Sun-Journal

Pirates must stop the run Saturday
Kinston Free Press

Townes, Brown give ECU needed depth
Wilmington Star-News

ECU Preview
msnsportsnet.com

WVU punter faces ex-mates at ECU
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Opponent (WVU):

Buzz is Building
msnsportsnet.com

Rodriguez- WVU's right on schedule
Morgantown (WV) Dominion Post

September 1, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Brian Bailey:
From the Anchor Desk - 09.01
Thank God, It's September!
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU and beyond - 09.01
Bonesville Bytes: Brian Bailey 1-on-1 with Marvin Townes - 09.01
Bonesville Bytes: J.T. Press Conference (commercial free) - 09.01
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.01
Guest co-host Philip Horne
WNCT: John Thompson Press Conference - 09.01
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.01
Guest Richard Allsbrook of the Greenville Police Dept.
WGHB: Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 09.01
Guests Brian Bailey, Jim Gentry, Nathan Summers

From ecupirates.com
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Men's Soccer Opens Regular Season against UNCW
-2004 East Carolina Men's Soccer Preview
-Volleyball Hosts UNC Wilmington in Nightcap Wednesday

Big test awaits ECU in Morgantown
Greenville Daily Reflector

East Carolina upbeat as it prepares for No. 10 WVU
Kinston Free Press

ECU not intimidated by the Mountaineers
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Washington Daily News
-Four days and counting
-Mountaineers expecting to run wild

 

Brown, Townes give Pirates potent 1-2 punch
Contra Costa Times

Opponent (WVU): Long Process
msnsportsnet.com

August 31, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Denny O'Brien:
Pirate Notebook No. 205 - 08.31
Mountaineers provide unforgiving barometer
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU and beyond - 08.31
WGHB: Live@5 - Troy D. & Ellerbe - 08.31
Guests Natalie Rogers, Eric Clark
WGHB: Sportsline - Josh Spence & Allen Thomas - 08.31
Guest Ron Butler, Jim Szoke
WNCT: Talk of the Town - Henry Hinton & Hank Hinton - 08.31
Guest Ken Hendrix
WNCT: Sports Verdict - 08.31
The Professor, the Kicker & Yankee Boy

Joe Catania Named Assistant Track Coach
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU task force continues search
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Pirates’ defensive front could be a force

From the Washington Daily News
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Roach hopes to make big plays
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Duckett pleased with his performance

ECU AD task force reviews list
Raleigh News & Observer

Pinkney now in charge of ECU's new Fun 'n Gun
Morgantown (WV) Dominion Post

Countdown to kickoff- WVU braces for mystery offense
Charleston (WV) Gazette

East Carolina coach wouldn't mind an easier opener
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Pirates want to put brakes on Mountaineer ground game
Pittsburgh Tribune Review

WVU Rodriguez Press Conf. 1 pm
Yahoo! Sports

August 30, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 08.30
ECU, Tech still cultivating ties after BCA shuffle
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 08.30
Bonesville.net

East Carolina - UNC Wilmington Women's Soccer Game Postponed
ecupirates.com

How Conference USA stacks up
Birmingham News

ECU NOTES- Elwell named dean of fine arts, communication at ECU
Greenville Daily Reflector

NFL: Claybrooks' ankle injury more serious than thought
St Petersburg Times

 

September 5, 2004

Parking lot shooting overshadows big Wolfpack win
Washington Daily News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Tailgate shooting leaves 2 dead
-Pack answers call

-Heels survive Tribe
-'Ronnie Franchise' leads Heels' surge
-Receiver Bowman fares well
-Duke stumbles in opener
-This time, Tigers escape Deacons
-Cowboys rout Mountaineers
-McIver, Kimbrough power Shaw to win
-It's brother vs. brother
-Food, fun, friends first; then, football

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Tigers stop Deacs
-Tar Heels hold on to knock off Tribe
-N.C. State romps past Richmond in opener
-Second-half surge lifts Navy over Duke
-Wyoming thumps Appalachian State in opener
-Marcus, Towson race past Elon 34-13
-Rams' comeback attempt falls short in 21-19 defeat

From the Greensboro News-Record
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Wake loses thriller in two OTs
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Heels survive I-AA test
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Wolfpack proves its progress with rout of Richmond
-Classic tailgating to come at a cost

Enjoy the win Tar Heels
Kinston Free Press

From the Columbia (SC) The State
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Clemson 37, Wake Forest 30, 2OT
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USC 31, Vanderbilt 6

From the Anderson Independent
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Season starts right for USC
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Staying alive- Tigers hang on to win season opener
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Tigers escape, but have some work to do

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Wake up call- Yep
-Evacuees watch Tigers
-Pickens handles first-ever start well
-Browning unlikely hero -- again
-USC thumps Vandy
-Pinkins gives look of a leader
-USC notebook
-Paladins romp past PC

September 4, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-ACC's decision causes concern
-William & Mary at North Carolina
-Duke at Navy
-Wake Forest at Clemson
-It's your turn, Jay

From the Fayetteville Observer
-College football predictions
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Wake Forest, Clemson jump into ACC season

Gametracker Links For All Seven ACC Football Games This Saturday
theacc.com

From the Winston Salem Journal
-NEW DAY- Many things are changing for Wolfpack
-Mountaineers will try to round up Cowboys
-Duke defense will face early test against Navy
-Young Deacons are heading into Tigers' den

-ACC Ready to Kick Off
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Rams' defense says it knows it needs to improve

From the Anderson Independent
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2003- Season of change
-Conference opener not thrilling to coaches
-Clemson, USC need wins

From the Columbia (SC) The State
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First game is one USC must win
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Gamecocks’ staff starting to mesh
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Clemson gets no breaks from schedule

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
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Wake Forest at Clemson
-USC at Vanderbilt

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Small faces big task- transforming Aggies into I-A worthy team

-Going back to the block
-Revenge not a factor for Bowden, Grobe

September 3, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Grobe says QB Mauk will play in season opener
-FUZZY MATH- Numbers for Tigers vs. Deacs don't compute
-Wake Forest Notebook
-ASU not concerned about playing at Wyoming's altitude
-Spiders not expected to give Wolfpack much of a game
-SACRIFICE- Brown eyeing a new season
-Panthers hang on to edge Steelers

From Columbia (SC) The State
-New coaching staff still finding its way
-1 game, 2 outcomes

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Elite program still under construction
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Rough waters without Rivers

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Clemson walk-on tackles his shot
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Gamecocks to make run for it in 2004
-Ulcerative colitis can't stop tailback
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College football needs to rehearse

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Under a microscope
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Winning mark would cure what ails Bunting, UNC
-Tribe has Heels' attention
-No 'magic number' for Bunting
-Wake football suspends two
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Pack picks frosh starter

Williams takes positives from 2004 Athens Games
Fayetteville Observer

Line continuity a question mark
Anderson Independent

Cats whip Jackets in opener
Asheville Citizen-Times

September 2, 2004

From The Anderson Independent
-Second(ary) thoughts- Inexperience is name of game in USC's backfield
-Chance of a lifetime- Pickens gets first-ever start on big stage
-Hill's playing status remains uncertain

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Raring to Go
-Deacons get commitment from lanky New Mexico guard
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Patrick's emergence as tight end allows Duke to make bold move
-Wolfpack tackle Morris has shed weight, frustration and is ready to go
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ACC Notebook
-Bubble set to pop for some Panthers

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Blue Devils are not listless
-Wolfpack tickets priceless
-Duke, Roof will find out if zeal was real
-Deraney to get all kicks
-Changes for Duke basketball

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Brown gets a kick out of doing double duty against Vandy
-Tiger defense follows Hill's lead

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Devils revel in expectations
-Roof raising Duke's visibility within the state
-Hurricane written into gameplans

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Gamecocks going satellite
-Terrier duo a defensive 1-2 punch

Parker proving worth
Fayetteville Observer

From the Wilmington Star-News
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UNCW disputes reports
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College football returns to center stage this weekend

From the Charlotte Observer
-Wake QB to get his chance
-Okafor appreciated Olympics

South Carolina runners provide many Olympic-size memories
Columbia (SC) The State

September 1, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Deacons like to keep opponents guessing
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Quick hits- Wake Forest
-Diaz shifts gears
-Tar Heels working to create turnovers

Caution trumps football at Citadel
St Petersburg Times

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Aggressive- Tigers want to stifle Deacs' running game
-WFU depth chart released
-SoCon coaches defend playoff system
-SOCON Notebook
-'Backer Backer- Bunting likes group

UNCW rethinks punishment in purported hazing
Wilmington Star News

From The Anderson Independent
-Purnell blames roster changes for U.S. struggles
-Tigers' hopes to rest on emergence of leaders
-Hill's status for Wake in jeopordy

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers, Deacons spar over blocking
-Wake week presents opportunity for Clemson

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Grobe is up to something at Wake Forest- Winning
-At the four-front of change
-Tar Heels worried about inexperienced linebackers
-Apps have big plans for fomer Dudley quarterback

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Additional firepower
-Blue Devils get commitment from Boateng

August 31, 2004

Wake up call- Will Clemson be able to contain the Deacs' running game this year?
Anderson Independent

Roof brings confidence to Blue Devils
Fayetteville Observer

From the Winston Salem Journal
-College-Football Notebook
-UP FRONT- Tigers' Miller feels he's tops
-TOUGH ROAD- Blue Devils have daunting task early in season
-WSSU to face stern test against Fort Valley State
-Rams to go without Turley, hope to get Pace back soon
-Proehl says he's ready if Panthers pass more

From the Charlotte Observer
-Tar Heels' best QB ever?
-Blue Devils will open with 2 QBs

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz- Gamecocks not quitters
-Clemson Notes
-Bulldogs face must-win situation
-S.C. State’s sleeper grows into starter
-CCU looks to turn the tables

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Holtz ready to play hand
-Tigers make adjustments

From the Greensboro News-Record
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After two down years, heat turned up in Chapel Hill
-UNC needs to answer the bell, or Duke-like days will stay
-Small surprise- New QB at A&T
-Wallace to make one 'Last Call'

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Football behind, life ahead
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Devils QBs a triple threat

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers' offensive line still under construction
-Tigers report- Bowden hasn't made decision on kicker yet
-Holtz says opener just one game
-Gamecocks report- Newton likely to play in first half
-Gamecocks' fragility may disappear by Saturday

August 30, 2004

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Coach calls double reverse
-Like it or not, new ACC is here to stay
-Title tilt to affect Tire Bowl?

UNC season could mean drastic measure
Charlotte Observer

From the New Bern Sun Journal
-Tar Heels hope chemistry leads to success
-Wake Forest looks to rebound from late-season collapse
-Wolfpack don't look to fall too far

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Stable coaching only part of Clemson solution
-Gamecocks hope receivers are catching on

Deacons hope season doesn't come unraveled
Fayetteville Observer

Jimmy V conjures up glory days
Raleigh News & Observer

 

September 5, 2004

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

C-USA ROUNDUP
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Dantonio Era Opens with Loss at No. 9 Ohio State
UCBearcats.com

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC can't find end zone
-There's no 'A' for effort
-Defense worn down by OSU, heat
-Bearcats coach 'excited'

No miracle needed
Birmingham News

UAB reaches high
al.com

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Tigers outplay long-superior Ole Miss Rebels
-DeAngelo keeps running
-Memphis-Ole Miss Postgame
-College Wrapup

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Miss. State wears down Green Wave
-Wave squanders opportunities
-TULANE QUOTES

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Spurlock, Rebels come out flat in 20-13 defeat
-The right way- 28-7

From the Houston Chronicle
-Hackney engineers UAB rout of Baylor
-Rice linebackers to be in eye of the storm

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-A matchup of Cards' hype vs. Cats' hope
-U of L making strides in recruiting Kentuckians
-It's becoming lopsided rivalry

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Journal
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DON'T COUNT ON UK HAVING A CHANCE AT U OF L
-You never know what you're gonna get

Herd stumbles out of the gate
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Marshall sacked by Troy
Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail

From the Orlando Sentinel
-Wisconsin wears down young Knights
-Knights better prepare for stormy season
-O'Leary away, but he keeps calling

September 4, 2004

Finally! Next season is now
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Blazers guarding against cockiness
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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Bearcats see Buckeyes as first step
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Ohio State-UC rivalry budding
-To each his own sideline

Bearcats forced to move on
Cincinnati Post

UC's next shot is a dose of fear
Cleveland Plain Dealer

From the Houston Chronicle
-Season-opening slots bolster area rivalries

-TCU requires OT to capture opener

Despite win, TCU has work to do
Dallas Morning News

TCU REPLAY
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Father's Day late for Gates
-Bobby Leffew 'ready to go' for big last season

USF Postpones Meeting With Pitt
Tampa Tribune

Can Wave's Ricard stand and deliver?
New Orleans Times Picayune

Big-time challenge
Orlando Sentinel

Herbstreit: Viewer's guide
ESPN

Herd gets chance at redemption today
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

September 3, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-TCU Defeats Northwestern 48-45 in Double Overtime
-Hurricane Frances taking its toll on C-USA weekend action

Frogs get their kicks, win wild one over Northwestern, 48-45, in 2 OT
Dallas Morning News

NU's comebacks fall short
Chicago Tribune

From the Birmingham News
-Brown- Forget the point spread
-C-USA PREVIEW

Guidugli takes pride in toughness
Columbus (OH) Dispatch

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Born to run
-ROAD TRIP
-It's official- Tiger schedule tough
-Early games could set C-USA's course

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Cards trio has bond forged in Blue blood
-10 reasons why both UK, U of L expect victory
-50 things you should know about college football

Montrell Jones has run a long route back home
Louisville Courier-Journal

From the St Petersburg Times
-Bull skips pretrial hearing
-Going out with a bang
-USF for the fans
-USF offbeat
-USF player to watch
-Conference USA at a glance
-O'Leary, UCF starting all over

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Ligament tear can't stop USM receiver
-Eagles shut down for 2 days of rest

From the Hattiesburg American
-Bower not happy with Eagles' work
-USM hosts Carey again in basketball

Golden Eagles taking weekend off
Mobile Register

SLU releases basketball schedule
St Louis Post-Dispatch

From the Orlando Sentinel
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Huxtable confident he can guide UCF
-O'Leary makes indisputable call from the heart

From the El Paso Times
-Sun Devils torch Miners
-Mistakes set tone in UTEP's loss to ASU

Herd Navy keeps Marshall spirit afloat
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

September 2, 2004

Safety first- TCU protects its investment with senior Godbolt
Dallas Morning News

TCU savior now is Frogs dodger
Ft Worth Star Telegram

QB to feed hungry linemen
Birmingham News

From New Orleans Times Picayune
-Tulane hopes foes don't keep on truckin'
-Tulane men to play twice at New Orleans Arena

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Sudden impact
-Tigers-Rebels notebook

Briles expands Cougars' options by 50 percent
Houston Chronicle

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Bower- Eagles need to focus
-USM hoops slate allows for growth

Perine's role increases for Eagles
Hattiesburg American

C-USA Notes
ESPN Insider

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Buckeyes still revere Dantonio
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Bearcats add Frank Martin to coaching staff

Name of game in UK-U of L is running the ball well
Louisville Courier-Journal

A defense's worst nightmare
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Bulls Expect Storm To Pass Before Opener
Tampa Tribune

O'Leary will miss the opener
Orlando Sentinel

Marshall suspends three D-linemen
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Marshall players suspended for opener
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Look for one last Marshall MAC attack
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

UTEP intent on reducing turnovers
El Paso Times

September 1, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-A Quartet Of C-USA Running Backs Named To Doak Walker Award Watch List
-C-USA Men's Soccer Notebook

Healthy debate
Birmingham News

Scelfo still looking for a few good men
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Memphis' Smith not lacking for motivation
-USM's Carter to take role of QB/receiver
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League, ESPN dickering over contract

From the Hattiesburg American
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Southern Miss easing toward new season ticket record
-'It feels so unusual'

Tiger safety finally gets his chance to take the field at Vaught-Hemingway
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Dantonio Looks Fowards to Debut vs. OSU
UCBearcats.com

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC thinks one quarterback is better than two
-Dantonio not the only UC coach familiar with OSU

U of L's Rabatin returns to practice
Louisville Courier Journal

TCU Football Notes
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Tampa Tribune
-Rabid Bulls Fans Geared Up For Opener
-Prep Standouts Draw Starting Nod

Rice's defense goes on offensive for UH
Houston Chronicle

Marshall 'D' must improve
Morgantown (WV) Dominion Post

The memory remains
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Players preparing for noisy crowd
Orlando Sentinel

August 31, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-Louisville Win over Florida State Voted Conference USA's Greatest Moment
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook
-C-USA Women's Soccer Notebook

Gunn To Start At Quarterback Against Northwestern
gofrogs.com

TCU Football Notes
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Football Continues Fall Practice
southernmiss.com

Blazers Begin Game Week Preparations For Baylor
uabsports.com

Turning off the turnovers
Birmingham News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Ole Miss, Memphis in game mode
-U of M notebook Cooper not registered; Williams is

Bulls Almost Healthy For Pittsburgh Game
Tampa Tribune

Football Quotes From Monday's Press Conference
uoflsports.com

EVEN BROHM CAN'T SUPPLANT HIM YET
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

LeFors to start at QB
Louisville Courier Journal

Bearcats Begin Mark Dantonio Era
ucbearcats.com

Another chance for UC vs. OSU
Cincinnati Enquirer

Herd’s opener presents unique challenge
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Barnes why football has place at Rice
Houston Chronicle

O'Leary no fan of instant replay
Orlando Sentinel

August 30, 2004

Buffington, defense lead TU
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Southern discomfort
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Birmingham News
-Offense puts its faith in fresh crew
-UAB program boasts award-winning director
-Roddy White is a favorite to make All-CUSA at wide receiver.

LB Everson succeeds at UH, Mom's table
Houston Chronicle

Petrino keeps UK guessing on QBs, RBs
Lexington (KY) Herald Leader

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Petrino experiences the other half of coaching
-6-11 forward tells Pitino he'll play for Cards

Equity Coming to the Bowl Championship Series
New York Times