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East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

September 19, 2004
Talk Like a Pirate Day

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.19
— Frogs to collaborate with European reality TV show
— Historically black schools get showcase game
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Cal under the gun to fund stadium upgrades
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Legislation takes aim at sleazy sports agents

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Off to a Good start
-Pirates’ stadium on track

From the Washington Daily News
-Copper hoping Cowboys can lasso Browns
-Duckett living his dream

Arrrrr! Talk like a pirate -- or prepare to be boarded
Miami Herald - 09-08-02

Avast, me hearties! It's talk like a Pirate Day!!
talklikeapirate.com

September 18, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.18
— Diamond Pirates post 'Help Wanted' notice
— Stanford band's satire finally goes too far
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Cincinnati vs. Syracuse: Preview of the future
— Bulls poised for taste of BCS football
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Wolfpack, Buckeyes try to live up to 2003 classic
-Letter to the Editor: Gene Stallings, Raleigh, NC - 09.18
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.18
WNCT: Pirate Weekend with Patrick Johnson - 09.18
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.18
WGHB: Extra Point with Dan Eberhardt & Shawn Farmer - 09.18
WGHB: Prep Preview with Nick Zulovich & Jim Gentry - 09.18

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Women's Soccer Battles Campbell To 2-2 Tie
-Duke Knocks Off Volleyball, 3-0
-ECU Baseball to Hold Walk-on Tryouts
-ECU Softball Tryouts To Be Held On Oct. 1

East Carolina, Campbell finish in deadlock
Greenville Daily Reflector

Flournoy flourishing with Pirates
Washington Daily News

September 17, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 09.17
— Scheduling strategies deal cruel fates
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.17
— Storm refugees invited to FSU-UAB game on the house
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Coaches ditch plan for 5th year of eligibility
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CSU cracks down on alcohol in wake of death
WTSB: Pirate Talk with Denny O'Brien - 09.17
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.17
WNCT: Brian Bailey Show - 09.16
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.17
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar - 09.17

CFL: It's a tossup who will replace Stokes
SLAM! Sports

September 16, 2004
Rosh Hashanah

From Bonesville.net
-Henry Hinton:
Henry's Highlights - 09.16
— Milestone day punctuates bold new era
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.16
— Marshall coach navigates hot water over remark
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Air Force locks in DeBerry through 2009
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Bowling Green football player dies
WGHB: John Thompson Call-in Show - 09.16
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.16
WGHB: Locker Room with Kevin & Kevin - 09.16
WGHB: From The Booth with Jeff Charles - 09.16

Elon Hits Penalty Kick to Defeat Men's Soccer, 2-1
ecupirates.com

Defense slowly coming together for the Pirates
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Washington (NC) Daily News
-Pirates in good hands with Whimper
-Dougherty a portrait of consistency

Pirates' Whimper back to tight end
New Bern Sun-Journal

Heading in wrong direction
Kinston Free Press

September 15, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Brian Bailey:
From the Anchor Desk - 09.15
— Muscle mattered in Wake game
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.15
— USM's Bower blasts Cal handling of postponement
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More Ivan: Tulane-Louisville game postponed
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Big bucks lure Hawaii to Alabama in 2006
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.15
— Guest hosts Hank Hinton & Kevin Miller
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.15
— Guest Dee Dee McGrew on blood drive for Joe Giannati
WGHB: Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 09.15
— Guests Brian Bailey, Jim Gentry, Nate Summers

From ecupirates.com
-Howell and Reale Post Top 10 Finishes at Mid Pines Intercollegiate
-Lady Pirates' Fight at NC State Falls Short, 3-1
-Men's Soccer Hosts Elon Wednesday
-ECU Softball Tryouts To Be Held On Oct. 1

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU’s Whimper to take over at tight end
-Injuries force more changes for Pirates

CFL: Stokes fuels Bombers' offensive fire
SLAM! Sports /Winnipeg Sun

Pirates' ship sunk by Demon Deacons
The East Carolinian

September 14, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Denny O'Brien:
Pirate Notebook No. 207 - 09.14
— Crystal ball on Pinkney getting clearer
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.14
— Ivan blows Southern Miss-Cal showdown off track
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Happy days in Memphis over national ranking
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SMU, Texas A&M agree to three-game series
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.14
— Patrick Ballantine
WGHB: Sportsline with Josh Spence & Allen Thomas - 09.14
— George Koonce, Troy Dreyfus, Jonathan Ellerbe
WNCT: Sports Verdict - 09.14
— The Professor, the Kicker & Yankee Boy
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.14
— Bob Simon, Helen Hunter

From ecupirates.com
-Baumer Captures UNCW Invitational Title
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Lady Pirate Golf Set To Participate In 2004 Cougar Classic
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Stadium Seats Allowed Inside Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium
-Lady Pirate Volleyball Travels to NC State
-Men's Golf Set To Start Season at Mid Pines Intercollegiate

Johnson, Good shine in loss
New Bern Sun Journal

September 13, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 09.13
— Payback still sweet 40 years later
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.13
— C-USA standings, scoreboard, schedule & TV
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AP Top 25: Memphis, Louisville make the cut
— College football weekend: stars & storylines

ECU’s offense goes through highs, lows against Deacons
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Washington Daily News
-Some ups, some downs in Pirates' loss
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Pinkney performs, despite hard knocks

Johnson, Good shine in loss
New Bern Sun Journal

Randolph leads Wake past ECU
Kinston Free Press

Randolph has career day, leads Deacs to victory
Charlotte Observer

 

September 19, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Buckeyes trip Wolfpack
-Taylor lifts Elon to win; Central nips Bowie State
-South Carolina's offense hits its stride in runaway victory over South Florida
-Crimson Tide thumps Catamounts, loses starting quarterback to injury
-Texas A&M steamrolls Clemson
-Williams throws 2 TD passes to lead Appalachian by The Citadel
-Randall sparks Virginia Tech past Duke for first ACC victory
-Tar Heels spring surprise on Yellow Jackets
-WFU crushes N.C. A&T to win home opener
-WSSU ends skid, holding off Virginia Union
-Panthers face another tough challenge minus 2 of team's top offensive players

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Pack's performance was a long way from big-time football
-Tar Heels surprise Tech in confidence builder

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Pack thrown for a loss
-Pack of errors
-Heels take sting out of Yellow Jackets
-UNC tailbacks outshine Georgia Tech star Daniels
-Hokies treat Devils like welcome mat
-Field goal lifts Eagles to win

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-NCSU tries, but ...
-'Young' Pack is woeful
-Heels handle Jackets
-Wake rolls past A&T
-Dropped pass saves N.C. Central victory
-Hokies KO Devils in ACC opener

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Wolfpack gives away game
-N.C. State left wondering, 'What if'
?

From the Charlotte Observer
-`Discipline' on T-shirts, not on field
-Secret of success for Fox? Elite assistants

From the Greenville (SC) News
-The Aggie-ny of defeat
-Clemson-Aggies game summary
-Leaving the spotlight
-Clemson notebook
-Gamecocks cruise
-South Florida-USC game summary
-USC notebook
-Williamson first through secondary
-Paladins pound 'Dogs

From the Anderson Independent
-Another Reggie, another loss
-Newton passes the test for USC

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Aggies trounce Tigers
-Newton proves 'he needs to play'

September 18, 2004

College football predictions
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack will find out about itself
-Big-game hunters like Pack often eaten
-Buzz factor
-Top 3 story lines
-Georgia Tech at North Carolina
-Duke at Virginia Tech
-N.C. A&T at Wake Forest
-Tutors serve as a new recruit tool
-Stadium addition gets new name

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Pack, Buckeyes set for rematch
-WOLFEYE- Band leader has links to both schools
-ASU to battle Citadel in SoCon opener
-Frustrated Devils prepare to welcome Hokies to ACC
-Heels say they are facing must-win game today
-Deacons expecting tough game from Aggies
-Blount, Rams eager to begin CIAA play

Catamounts hope to play spoiler
Asheville Citizen-Times

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Breaking the barrier- A&T-Wake pairing builds bridge in racial divide
-Wolfpack ready to move up

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Big-time stakes for State
-Ohio State (2-0) at N.C. State (1-0)
-Georgia Tech (2-0, 1-0 ACC) at North Carolina (1-1, 0-1 ACC)
-Duke (0-2, 0-0 ACC) at Virginia Tech (1-1, 0-0 ACC)

From the Anderson Independent
-Tigers take on Aggies
-Clemson-Texas A&AM capsule
-Another test to pass
-Williamson ready to go
-South Florida-USC capsule

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Gamecocks report four violations
-Presbyterian ponders moving up
-ACC schedule could take hit
-Tigers try to rebound at Texas A&M
-Williamson ready to do his part

From the Anderson Independent
-Upsets unfamiliar to USC
-Tigers lack a knockout punch

From the Charlotte Observer
-Panthers' Davis joins Smith on injured list
-Wolfpack, Buckeyes- Speed vs. strength

September 17, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Tailgate boozing prevails
-Canes brace for worst
-Pack adds to baseball staff
-Heels' Hunter into fray
-McLendon carted off practice field

Game calls to come today
Mobile Register

From the Anderson Independent
-Tigers hope to learn from Utah's defense
-USC looks for balance in receiving

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Duke notebook- Injuries piling up for Devils
-UNC notebook- Highly touted freshman defensive end to see action
-Rain- Pack, Buckeyes on even footing
-At long last, Eagles find the way home

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Blue Heels
-Hixon's parents confident their son will recover, graduate
-Loss to Citadel still a vivid memory as ASU prepares for Bulldogs
-Southern Conference Notebook
-Blue Devils' defense suffers another blow
-Saturday a special day for Morgan
-Wake Forest Notebook

From the Greensboro News-Record
-364 days, 0 interceptions
-A suiter den for the wolfpack
-A&T seized opening to play first I-A team

From the Greenville (SC) News
-USC football notebook
-Clemson football notebook

From the Charlotte Observer
-Bobcats acquire veteran Smith, 35
-Hey, Panthers fans, it's too early to panic

September 16, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Getting Over It
-ACC Notebook
-Appalachian Notebook
-Hurricane may hit Citadel again
-STAY WELL- Deacs need Vallos healthy
-Rams glad that toughest part of schedule is behind them
-CIAA Notebook

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Soldiers of fortune
-Dewan, Ruff change positions for the better
-NCCU notebook- Close win not enough for some in Eagles' camp
-National Hockey League Locks Out Players
-Nothing Canes can do except skate and wait
-Players Blame Money Woes on NHL Owners
-76ers GM says Duke made him what he is today

WCU/Alabama: Friday meeting set for game decision
Mobile Register

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Hockey lockout is now a reality
-Dark days ahead for NHL
-Canes may not survive lockout
-St. Aug's, Shaw looking for identity

From Anderson (SC) Independent
-Reserves deliver the yards
-Newton gets nod against S. Florida
-Tigers' backs, tight ends to help protect Whitehurst

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-SEC/ACC Rankings
-Newton new starter at QB
-Players like their cool jerseys
-USC first baseman transfers to W. Carolina

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Hurricane thoughts on minds of Gamecocks
-Raucous crowd doesn't rankle coach
-Poor numbers mask Whitehurst's play
-Newton will start for USC
-Eagles have had enough of Terriers

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Ivan has Tiger fans pacing
-Line emerging as defensive force
-Newton to start, Holtz says
-USC football notebook

Wake ups effort to lure fans of A&T
Greensboro News-Record

From the Charlotte Observer
-NHL lockout? Thank goodness
-Another door opens for Colbert
-Finally, NASCAR makes Fall racing meaningful

September 15, 2004

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Car hits Wake Forest lineman. Car loses.
-Bunting steadfast in wood sawing
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Aggies' best arm suffers broken foot

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Grobe says Deacons are wary of Aggies
-Bunting likely to make defensive-back changes
-Blue Devils' defense suffers another blow

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Tough tear for Hicks
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Out of line- Seagraves likely done for season
-NHL Lockout About to Become Reality
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Canes' top young players headed to minor-league camp
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Smith has surgery, Panthers looking for two replacements

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-The hits just keep on coming for Heels
-Heels have eye on Ball
-Heels' Williams visits with Hendrix
-Hicks has painful reminder of Buckeyes

From the Charlotte Observer
-2 rookies likely to replace Smith
-Pack lineman eager to see OSU
-UNC defense passes on picks

From Anderson (SC) Independent
-Tigers feeling better after recovery time
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Negative phone calls criticized by Bowden
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Tigers ready for rebound- Clemson switches focus to beating Aggies

From the Greenville (SC) News
-O'Cain backs Whitehurst
-Bowden keeps the faith
-Clemson football notebook
-Clemson should be motivated
-Campbell has surgery
-Furman moves up in poll
-A real kick for Furman

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Bowden strong on rebounds
-Wofford's Gibbs toils in shadow of Deutsch
-After hurricane and bye week, The Citadel ready to play ball
-Long-snapper gets negative backlash
-NCAA may move baseball season back

Back in position
Fayetteville Observer

Buckeyes eye Wolfpack, storms
Cincinnati Enquirer

A rookie among the savy, experienced vultures
Washington Daily News

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-CLEMSON Notes
-SOUTH CAROLINA Notes
-Holtz takes blame for play calling
-Randolph named ACC offensive back of the week
-Trip to Hawaii on CCU's hoop slate

September 14, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Tailgating rules divide NCSU fans
-OSU a hot ticket
-Hokies face Devils in ACC debut

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Pack trying to reach Ohio State's level
-McLendon on track to play vs. Buckeyes, barring injury

Pennsylvania forward commits to Wolfpack
Fayetteville Observer

From Anderson Independent
-Bowden trying to stay positive
-Tigers' bowl hopes on line against A&M
-Rigsby struggles with mistake while taking ireof some Tiger fans

Holtz- Play calling was far too conservative
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Holtz wants to see how USC responds to adversity
-USC Notebook- Joseph out for the season
-Rigsby no longer toils in anonymity
-Clemson Notebook- Bowden says Tigers ahead of last season at same point

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Packers belt Panthers
-Deskins, former Apps star, glories in his good ol' days
-Wolfpack's McLendon uncertain for Saturday
-McGee out for Rams after breaking big toe
-Problems- Loss shows that Panthers aren't flawless

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Bowden puts loss to Tech into context
-Gamecocks struggle to deal with defeat

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Buckeyes win close ones
-Commitment makes big impact on Small

From the Charlotte Observer
-Not-so-super start
-Duke will throw 2 QBs at Hokies

September 13, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-The hype comes to end as Panthers to battle Packers
-POROUS- Defensive lapses continue to plague Tar Heels
-STEPPING IN- Deacs' receivers filled hole left by Anderson injury

From the Charlotte Observer
-History comes calling with Packers' colors
-Panthers secondary, meet Mr. Favre

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Black and bruised
-Tech burns Tigers

From the Anderson Independent
-Silent Sunday- Tigers react to stunning loss
-Holtz frustrated with USC's mistakes in loss

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Bowden wants Tigers to remember Saturday's hurt
-Near misses nothing new for Gamecocks
-Bowden, Holtz reconsider their seasonal paths

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-N.C. State Monday Morning QB
-UNC Monday Morning QB
-Duke MMQB
-N.C. Central Monday Morning QB

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack came oh, so close
-Carbon copy not likely in rematch
-Bunting stresses fundamentals
-Crazy classic at Clemson

 

September 19, 2004

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
Texas Tech 70, TCU 35
Syracuse 19, Cincinnati 7
Florida St 34, UAB 7
Memphis 47, Arkansas St 35
South Carolina 34, USF 3
Houston 35, Army 21

Taste of Big East bad for mistake-prone 'Cats
Cincinnati Enquirer

Minter moves on at South Carolina
Cincinnati Post

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-By a whisker
-University of Memphis Postgame
-Fans in a dream state after wild night
-No. 25 Memphis 47, Arkansas State 35

Cougars rattle Army
Houston Chronicle

From the Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record
-Knights tie game in 4th, but go down
-Ross has mixed feelings on Army's latest defeat
-Game at a glance

From the Dallas Morning News
-Deficit mending- Down 21, Tech roars past TCU, 70-35
-Frogs find going tough

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Taken down
-TCU reminded of bad ol' days
-CONFERENCE USA ROUNDUP
-Notes Ankle injury sidelines Gunn
-Ground attack overruns SMU
-TEXAS SCHOOLS ROUNDUP- Rice wins conference opener over Hawaii

Seminoles slam UAB, Hackney
Birmingham News

From the St Petersburg Times
-Blazers again provide a pick-me-up for Rix
-Bulls flunk their test against SEC opponent
-Bulls fail in defending the pass
-C-USA- Fumble return caps late comeback for Memphis
-Central Florida declines Penn State's help as Nittany Lions hang on

Bennett's patience pays off
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Eagles ready to begin fall baseball drills
Hattiesburg American

U of L working to get into homes of top recruits
Louisville Courier-Journal

Dawgs shut down Herd
Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail

'Dawg day afternoon
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Broncos outlast Miners, 47-31
El Paso Times

Quarterbacks in chaos for UCF
Orlando Sentinel

September 18, 2004

From the College Football News fearless predictions
-
Conference USA
-Part 2

From the Houston Chronicle
-Army At Houston
-TCU At Texas Tech

Cal-USM officially set for Dec. 4, TV in limbo
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

USM-Cal set for Dec. 4
Hattiesburg American

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Starting today, No. 25 Tigers are no longer the hunters
-Tigers vs. Arkansas St. who has the edge?

FSU will answer Blazers' questions
Birmingham Post Herald

Troy's a great story but UAB still No. 3
Birmingham News

From the Tampa Tribune
-Bulls Look To End SEC Drought
-USF at South Carolina

South Florida-USC capsule
Anderson Independent

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Big 12 rebuff gave Frogs 'wake-up call'
-Like old times- TCU, Tech to share the hate

TCU makes long haul to Tech with big game in mind
Dallas Morning News

Army must D-liver rush
Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Orange have fans seeing red
-Driver's singular passion- racing

Could Gino Guidugli go from delinquent to draft pick?
The Daily Orange

Cards want to come back 'hungry' for N. Carolina
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Miners look for win against ranked opponent
El Paso Times

Marshall confident heading into Georgia showdown
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Marshall-Georgia game capsule
Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail

UCF at Penn State- UCF's murderer's row ends at 3
Orlando Sentinel

September 17, 2004

Game preview: SU vs. Cincinnati
Syracuse Post-Standard

Defense taking its time coming around
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
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Horned Frogs out to walk the walk
-
TCU Notes

War chants won't scare worldly Blazers
Birmingham News

In need of a Herring aid
Birmingham Post Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Savvy Butler key cog in U of M's game plan
-Conference USA notebook League's teams attracting much notice

Black Knights' battering ram
Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record

From the Tampa Tribune
-Hixon Family Says All It Can Do Is Wait, Pray
-Julmiste, Banks To Play For USF On Saturday

Same old smarts in new position
St Petersburg Times

Burham brings Bulls in
Greenville (SC) News

U of L's Alabamans on hurricane watch 
Louisville Courier-Journal

Marshall's schedule focused on the future
Anderson Independent

Early schedule often has SMU out of its league
Dallas Morning News

UTEP football Game Day Report
El Paso Times

September 16, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-Opening Day NFL Rosters Feature 91 C-USA Players

-USM's Luke Johnson Named To AFCA Good Works Team

Blazers Continue Preparations For Florida State
uabsports.com

White-hot Blazer
Birmingham News

Losing their grip on things
Birmingham Post Herald

Memphis moves into Top 25
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-The cost of being a Tiger fan goes up
-The Smurfmobile
-Tigers notebook

TCU Football Notes
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From uhcougars.com
-Upbeat Attitude Fills Football Practice
-UH Puts Out Welcome Mat For Those Displaced By Ivan

No game this week
Hattiesburg American

Army Football gets support from local groups
Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record

BCS Busters
College Football News

From the Tampa Tribune
-QB Julmiste Returns To Practice For Bulls
-USM Win Vs. Nebraska Has Special Meaning
-USF Shorts

TCU Notes
Dallas Morning News

Thomas has hands the Bearcats need
Cincinnati Enquirer

Pruett sorry, absolved
Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail

From the Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
-Officials satisfied with Pruett's apology
-Ivan juggles Herd’s plans

Television may hurt UTEP football attendance
El Paso Times

September 15, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-Louisville-Tulane Football Game Postponed
-Hurricane Ivan Forces Southern Miss - Cal To Be Rescheduled for December
-USM's Boley Earns Second National Player Of The Week Honor

U of L-Tulane game postponed
Louisville Courier-Journal

Wave postpones Louisville game
New Orleans Times Picayune

Minter of discontent- USC's defensive coordinator recalls pain of being fired as coach of Cincinnati after 10 years
Anderson (SC) Independent

UAB Football Team Set To Face Nationally-Ranked Florida State on Saturday
uabsports.com

Blazers up front about their concerns with facing Seminoles
Birmingham News

UAB and FSU waiting it out
Ivan's landfall could impact game
Birmingham Post Herald

From southernmiss.com
-With No Game, Football Prepares For Tulane
-Southern Miss - Tulane Game Time Moved to 7 p.m.

USM steamed with Cal
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-AP ranking motivates Memphis
-CUSA Standings
-Players of the Week
-Taking Stock in CUSA
-USM tries to adjust

From the Hattiesburg American
-USM OKs Bower's contract
-Ivan causes chaos early for Eagles
-The sooner, the better

From uhcougars.com
-Football Press Luncheon Quotes
-Football Daily Notes

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Slimmer Means is effective for the Tigers
-Tigers notebook- Lefty QB Robison doesn't feel left out

UH notebook- Briles' hands full with new position
Houston Chronicle

From gofrogs.com
-European Reality TV Show to Feature TCU Football
-Gary Patterson Media Luncheon Quotes

TCU Notes
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Dallas Morning News
-TCU kicks up peer pressure
-SMU starting linebacker out for the season

From the Tampa Tribune
-South Florida QB Julmiste Misses Another Practice
-`Our Hearts Go Out' To Injured Tech Receiver
-USF Awaits NCAA Ruling On Veiled Athlete

From the St Petersburg Times
-Careers of 3 USF frosh in limbo as charges sought
-Bulls to get $450,000 for S. Carolina game
-Got a minute- Stephen Nicholas, LB

UC-Syracuse- Preview of Things to Come
ucbearcats.com

Pruett apologizes for misplaced remark
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

September 14, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook
-Conference USA Men's Soccer Notebook
-Two C-USA Football Teams Nationally-Ranked

From southernmiss.com
-Hurricane Ivan Forces Southern Miss - Cal To Be Rescheduled
-Head Football Coach Jeff Bower's Weekly News Conference

Cal-USM game postponed
Mobile Register

Ivan forces USM postponement
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Green Wave Collide With Cardinals In Superdome Saturday
tulanegreenwave.com

Scelfo isn't resting on laurels
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cards' backfield runs deep (and big)
-Cardinals have elephant in their corner- Miami

UAB Football Meets With Media Regarding Game With Florida State
uabsports.com

UAB takes lack of respect in stride
Birmingham Post Herald

Stickin' with Rix
Birmingham News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Tigers' Wimprine confident he can improve
-AD apologizes for game-day problems

Army Football Heads to Lone Star State
goarmysports.com

Briles warns UH against looking past Army
Houston Chronicle

From the Dallas Morning News
-Football coaches learning the pros of college
-TCU notebook

Syracuse a Big East preview for UC
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Tampa Tribune
-Tennessee Tech WR Remains In Critical Condition
-USF Football Practice Notes

TCU coach avoids trial
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Marshall, football rise from tragedy
NCAA freshmen, Herd's success traced to 1970 plane crash
Charlotte Observer

Another tough test
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Boise State poses daunting task for UTEP
El Paso Times

September 13, 2004

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Momentum swung on Stewart's pick
-Bower signs extension through '07
-This week for Southern Miss

From the Hattiesburg American
-Golden Eagles shuck odds
-Big, enthusiastic crowd hails conquering heroes
-Almond struggles, but hits key pass in Eagles' victory
-Heart goes a long way when game is on the line

Brown eyes chance at upsetting Seminoles
Birmingham News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-25 and counting
-Go take a leap, fans- Tigers earn this honor
-They're No. 25!

Green Wave breakout or just an aberration?
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Passing game gets back to form against Miami
Cincinnati Enquirer

Cardinals enter two polls at No. 24
Louisville Courier-Journal

Bulls' Flaws Evident In Victory
Tampa Tribune

'Little' teams make strides vs. big shots
Ft Worth Star Telegram

David and Golliath
Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail

MU Notebook- Marshall finds silver lining
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Defense leads way for Miners
El Paso Times

O'Leary facing familiar dilemma
Orlando Sentinel

College Week In Review
Houston Chronicle

Soccer: Bills defeat No. 11 Cavaliers
St Louis Post Dispatch

Soccer: Davidson downs UAB in overtime
Charlotte Observer