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East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

October 3, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Denny O'Brien:
Emotional tank running low for Pirates - 10.03
-Bonesville: Cards shred maligned ECU defense - 10.03
-Bonesville: ECU-UC Box Score - 10.03
Bonesville Bytes Audio: Thompson & players post-game - 10.03
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.03
— Gamecocks spring surprise in Tuscaloosa
—
Pioneer Hayden Fry to receive Stagg award

From ecupirates.com
-No. 22 Louisville Too Much For East Carolina
-ECU Cross Country Completes Overton-Pirates Invitational
-ECU's Helliesen Currently In First At Beacon Woods

From the Washington Daily News
-First win not in the Cards for ECU
-One step up, two steps back

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU’s skid continues
-Freshman becomes big part of offense

Pirates pummeled
Raleigh News & Observer

Louisville uses ground game to romp past ECU
Winston Salem Journal

Louisville Runs Past East Carolina 59-7
uoflsports.com

Pirates spit, Cards lick their chops
Louisville Courier-Journal

Shelton's five TDs spark Cards' rout of East Carolina
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Next Opponent: Week on, week off- Wave parked in neutral
New Orleans Times-Picayune

October 2, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.02
— Memphis hopes to shed first half doldrums against Houston
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Joy of winning may be short-lived for SMU
Bonesville: ECU vs. Louisville Game Day Audio Streams - 10.02
WNCT: Pirate Weekend with Patrick Johnson - 10.02
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 10.02
WGHB: Prep Preview with Zulovich & Letchworth - 10.02
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 10.02

Football this Weekend
East Carolina at Louisville (22)
Saturday October 2nd
3:00 p.m. ET
TV: WITN-7 ; ESPN Gameplan PPV
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, KY
Gametracker
UofL game day central | ECU game notes [PDF]
Bonesville Pirate Game Day Audio Feeds (WNCT and WGHB)
Yahoo Audio

From ecupirates.com
-McCallion Records Hat Trick in 4-0 Win Over DePaul
-Volleyball Sweeps UAB to Win C-USA Opener, 3-0
-Lady Pirates Golf In Second After First Round At Beacon Woods Invitational

Pirates look for Papa John's delivery
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates face tough task in Louisville
-East Carolina’s defense can lean on Lamb

From the Washington Daily News
-Cardinals move the ball around
-Pirates are staying positive
-Henry excited to get first NFL start

East Carolina at Louisville
Raleigh News & Observer

East Carolina faces difficult task against Louisville
Fayetteville Observer

Louisville to likely test ECU rushing defense
Winston Salem Journal

From the East Carolinian
-Pirates set sail for Louisville
-Leonard Henry to run wild in Miami

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cards are coming up short on big plays
-Matchups
-Live game updates

October 1, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 10.01
— Holland fixed on leveraging program's assets
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.01
— Punishing regimen hardens Louisville's defense
— Gamecocks' "Pops" goes late night

—
Ross's challenge at Army prove to be a daunting one
WTSB: Pirate Talk with Denny O'Brien - 10.01
WGHB: Extra Point with Dan Eberhardt & Shawn Farmer - 10.01
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar with Jonathan Ellerbe - 10.01
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 10.01
WNCT: Brian Bailey Show - 10.01
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 10.01

From ecupirates.com
-Lady Pirate Soccer Hosts DePaul In Conference USA Action
-Lady Pirate Golf Heads South For Beacon Woods Invitational

ECU looks to protect Pinkney
Greenville Daily Reflector

Bush leads No. 22 Cardinals' balanced offense
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Birmingham News
-U of L linebackers 'the nucleus'
-Spanish station to air U of L games
-College Football Notebook

'Red swarm' defense providing early-season surprise
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

September 30, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Henry Hinton:
Henry's Highlights - 09.30
— Why no Dye?
-Brian Bailey:
From the Anchor Desk - 09.30
— Pinkney's guts will pay dividends
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.30
— Deja Vu ECU? Florida A&M prez fired amidst turmoil
— Marshall hangs on to break into win column

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Pessimism wanes at SMU after long skid ends
WTSB: Morning Sports Drive clip with Denny O'Brien - 09.30
WNCT: Bonesville Power Hour - 09.30
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.30
WGHB: John Thompson Call-in Show - 09.30
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.30
WGHB: Locker Room with Kevin & Kevin - 09.30
WGHB: From The Booth with Jeff Charles - 09.30

Men's Soccer Downs Campbell on the Road, 5-2
ecupirates.com

Coordinator- ECU offense regressed
Kinston Free Press

From the New Bern Sun-Journal
-Pirates need spark in running game
-ECU receivers must hold onto ball

Voice of the Pirates- Chase makes the calls on defense
Greenville Daily Reflector

Johnson enters a starring role
Washington Daily News

Cards' Football Game vs. East Carolina Sold Out
uoflsports.com

Louisville prepares for East Carolina Pirates
The Louisville Cardinal

September 29, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Denny O'Brien:
Pirate Notebook No. 209 - 09.29
— Flame fizzling on Pirates' season
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.29
— Herd trying to head off worst start in decades
— C-USA standings, scoreboard, schedule & TV

—
Associated Press college football poll
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.29
WGHB: Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 09.29
WNCT: John Thompson Press Conference - 09.29
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 09.29

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate GameWeek 2004
-Game Notes [PDF file]
-Weekly Press Conference Luncheon
-Campbell Rallies to Defeat East Carolina in Five Games, 3-2
-Pirate Golf Finishes Tied For Ninth At Adams Cup

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Daunting task awaits ECU in Louisville
-Pirate volleyball falls to Campbell

ECU coaches proud of Pinkney
Durham Herald Sun

Long Odds
Winston Salem Journal

From the Kinston Free Press
-Thompson sees positives
-ECU’s real test is Saturday at Louisville

Taking his hits- Pinkney proves he's one tough QB
New Bern Sun-Journal

Pirates working to improve on defense
Worchester Telegram & Gazette

Bearcats claw Pirates, 24-19
The East Carolinian

September 28, 2004

From Bonesville.net
-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 09.28
— Progress comes in painful increments
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.28
— Bearcat sack artist honored for disrupting Pirates
—
C-USA teams pepper preseason hoops poll
WGHB: Live@5 - Troy D. & Ellerbe - 09.28
WGHB: Sportsline - Josh Spence & Allen Thomas - 09.28
WNCT: Sports Verdict - Professor, Kicker & Yankee Boy - 09.28
WNCT: Talk of the Town - Hank Hinton & Kevin Miller - 09.28

From ecupirates.com
-Volleyball Hosts Campbell Tuesday Night in Final Nonconference Match
-Walk-On Try Outs On Hold for ECU Baseball Team
-Lady Pirates Fall to Western Carolina, 2-0

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates fall to Catamounts
-Fox getting healthy, making plays for ECU

Quotes From Monday's Football Press Conference
uoflsports.com

From the Washington Daily News
-Henry carries the load in Dolphins' loss
-Henry is one of the good guys

Area prep baseball players pick ECU, UNC-CH
Wilmington Star News

Petrino busting BCS, Miami talk for one more week
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

September 27, 2004

Fox getting healthy, making plays for ECU
Greenville Daily Reflector

East Carolina drops to 0-3
New Bern Sun-Journal

Cincinnati holds off East Carolina
Kinston Free press

Victory built with ball control
Cincinnati Post

Bearcats run to victory on road against ECU
UC News Record

900 Tickets Remain for Saturday's Game with ECU
uoflsports.com

 

October 3, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Wolfpack overcomes deficit to beat Deacs
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Deacs say they have no QB controversy
-Virginia Tech knocks off No. 6 West Virginia 19-13
-Feisty Heels fall to Noles
-Devils break through for a win
-Appalachian holds off Texas State
-Panthers have something to prove vs. Falcon's Vick

From Greensboro News-Record
-Wake Forest left with another loss to remember
-Miserable third quarter costs Wake Forest
-What a rush! State runs over Deacons
-
Heels lose at Florida State

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Davis, Wolfpack light up, torch Wake in overtime
-T.A. said 'give me the ball'
-Blue Devils withstand adversity, earn their first win
-Heels competitive, but not close against tough FSU

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Davis heats up just in time to save Pack's day
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Defense wakes up late
-Third quarter costs Deacons
-Postgame report
-
Pack fans take a while to wake up
-Seminoles handle heady Heels
-
Devils muzzle Bulldogs
-Appalachian State hangs on for win
-
Eagles sitting pretty

No part of offense avoids painful fall
Columbia (SC) The State

Carolina tackles tradition
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tide turns for USC
-USC secondary simply solid
-
USC football notebook
-USC-Alabama game summary
-Torn up Paladins rip WCU
-Bowden draws the line

Tar Heels about sighs, not sizzle
Charlotte Observer

October 2, 2004

From the Fayetteville Observer
-College football predictions

-N.C. State looks to continue trend against Wake

From the Charlotte Observer
-
The Elevator
-
NBA: Bobcats' single-game tickets go on sale today

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Can State's 'D'... catch Wake's QB?
-
Wolfpack's to-do list
-Deacons' to-do list
-Fan file - Carrot Tops
-North Carolina at Florida State
-The Citadel at Duke
-Football fortunes

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-N.C. STATE VS. WAKE FOREST
-'Wakey breaky heart'
-UNC AT FLORIDA STATE
-DUKE VS. THE CITADEL
-NCCU AT ST. AUGUSTINE'S

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Grobe says it's time for Deacons to step forward

-As Durant struggles, Tar Heels struggle
-Blue Devils hope to take out their frustrations on Bulldogs
-Texas State to present another rugged obstacle for Appalachian State
-Virginia Tech would like to turn tables on WVU

Holtz badly needs a winning season
Anderson Independent

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Gamecocks on the run
-USC-Alabama game capsule

Gamecocks faces mystique
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

October 1, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-
Wake Forest Football- Davis finally making successful transition
-Wake Forest Notebook- WFU showing balance after four games in '04

Tigers banged up after hard hitting
Anderson Independent

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers aim to catch on
-Tigers football notebook
-To some, Tide turns Upstate
-Recent games memorable
-USC football notebook

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Wake aims to make move

-Linebacker a sore spot for UNC
-Heels-Pack digital, not pay-per-view

Spurrier uncertain about return
Charlotte Observer

UNCW hoops prospect visits this weekend
Wilmington Star-News

September 30, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-UNC notebook- More legal troubles for McNeill
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Down, Not Out- Injury ended Alexander's season, not career
-Injuries continue to hurt Duke
-Tar Heels' Tallahassee connection
-NCCU notebook- Eagles No. 9 in Southeast rankings

ACC Notebook- Amato on 'right' side this time
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-
Pack favors low-risk attack
-Heels lack direction on defense

From Greensboro News-Record
-McNeill gets second charge
-Andrews grad spurned Wake Forest for State
-One that got away

From the Winston Salem Journal
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REIGNING- King's string of starts rules all Deacons
-Help Unwanted
-Tar Heels add 6-6 swingman to class

From the Greenville (SC) News
-
Big step for big man
-USC football notebook

From Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
-Bowden burns up phone lines searching for answers to turnover margin (Thompson mentioned)
-Is Minter USC's next head coach
?

Returns troubling Holtz, Gamecocks
Anderson Independent

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-‘POPS’ GETS MOVED TO HEAD OF TABLE
-USC walk-on has ‘Rudy’ appeal

MLB: Where did we fall short?
Hampton Roads Virginian Pilot

September 29, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-'Deac Ball' has Grobe's team ready to end its skid in Raleigh
-Ten reasons Pack had better be ready

-UNC notes- Tough stretch starts with FSU

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs look for chinks in Pack's defense
-Tar Heels hold team meeting after loss
-Mountaineers' rushing game still in need of improvement

From the Greensboro News-Record
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Demon Deacons aim for quick start against Pack
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After 109 years, Deacon football perplexes State
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Heels receiver- We'll get better

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Empty seats cost Heels
-
Stats don't tell story for Deacs
-McLendon ready to get his kicks
-McGill likely out for FSU game

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Bowden shakes up lineup
-Bowden not panicking
-Tigers football notebook
-
The brothers Newton

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Hats off to our favorite college football coaches
-Bowden, Holtz have long-term job security
-Tanner- Stadium a boon for city, fans
-
Turnover turmoil hits Clemson

Turnovers plague Tigers as Virginia looms
Anderson Independent

Bowden still looking for answers
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

September 28, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-TV networks won't air Heels-Pack football
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Pack defense won't let up

From the Durham Herald-Sun
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Wolfpack's Lawson a work in progress
-Hallelujah for Pack's defense
-Two more Devils go down

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Duke's poor play in second half prompts Roof to make changes
-A WARY WOLFPACK- Herring, N.C. State's defensive coordinator, remembers being dominated by Wake Forest last season
-Sexton will start at QB for 'Noles against Heels; Rix to miss two weeks

Wake's offense has Herring feeling fishy
Greensboro News-Record

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-In reshaping culture at USC, Lou changes too
-Running game goes AWOL
-Weary Tigers grateful to rest

From the Greenville (SC) News
-O'Cain says Tigers close to 'becoming very good'
-Summers confident he'll be able to play Saturday
-Paladins pay high price for big payday

Tar Heels, Wolfpack land promising recruits
Fayetteville Observer

Official's resume suits Pack
Charlotte Observer

September 27, 2004

Tar Heels need a new coach, now
Wilmington Star-News

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Moore says Mountaineers must find ways to get into gear earlier
-Amato says Davis to stay as Pack's starting QB
-Sick Call- UNC may be down to third-string tailback for FSU
-Believing- Never-say-die attitude is playing a large role in Wake Forest's success

From the Greenville (SC) News
-It's Bobby's Bowden Bowl
-Clemson-FSU game summary
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Whitehurst points finger -- at himself
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No answers forthcoming for Tigers
-
Paladins fall at Pitt
-Furman-Pittsburgh game summary
-No meltdown in Steel Town
-USC defeats Troy
-Troy-USC game summary
-USC aims for defensive rep

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Smooth Stadler cruises
-No QB changes for Pack
-UNC's Mitchell moving back to DE

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

Turnovers troubling Tigers- Despite problems, Clemson not ready to alter offensive scheme
Anderson Independent

 

October 3, 2004

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Shelton offers praise to Lord and the line
-Beating Miami is not just a dream

Blazers hold on to slip by Bearcats
Birmingham News

Season starts to slip away from Bearcats
Cincinnati Enquirer

Big plays haunt Bearcats
Cincinnati Post

From the Tampa Tribune
-Bulls Again Done In By Penalties, Miscues
-C-USA Days Are Over; Rivalry Likely Isn't

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Second chance golden for USM
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3-0 Golden Eagles finally coming home
-Graves' first catch produces TD; Eagles steal from Julmiste
-Sidelines

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Williams, defense shine in rout
-Tiger defense makes its stand
-The running man
-Post game

From the Houston Chronicle
-Kolb displeased with offense in Cougars' 41-14 loss
-TCU beats Army with last-minute TD

From the Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Close, but no victory
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Sidelines
-How they scored
-Zac provides enough spark to keep QB job
-Moral victory's just another 'L'
-
Tale of two halves

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
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Hassell shoulders responsibility, wins
-TCU GameDay
-QB saves day with late pass

From the Dallas Morning News
-Frogs rally from 17 down in crucial win
-Blue money- Streaking Boise State too much for SMU, 38-20

From the El Paso Times
-Miners dance past Aggies, shut out rivals
-46,000 cheer renewed rivalry

From the Orlando Sentinel
-UCF season on the skids

October 2, 2004

This Weekend's C-USA Matchups
COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
TCU at Army 1:00PM
East Carolina at Louisville 3:00PM
Southern Miss at USF 6:00PM
Houston at Memphis 6:30PM
UAB at Cincinnati 7:00PM

The Basement: Lack of support killing Tulane football
The (Tulane Univ.) Hullabaloo

From the Birmingham News
-Conference USA preview
-Blazers turn to defense

Bearcats must avoid giving up the big play
Cincinnati Enquirer

Blazers shooting for a big road win
Birmingham Post-Herald

USF coach rates USM best in C-USA be
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

From the Tampa Tribune
-
Southern Miss at South Florida
-Hall Finally Getting A Shot

From the Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Changes test new Army coach
-Army plays for pride

Almond focuses on winning
Hattiesburg American

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
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Visit to Army should offer respite for struggling TCU
-Old soldier won't fade away

TCU (2-2, 0-1) at Army (0-3, 0-2)
Dallas Morning News

Houston At Memphis
Houston Chronicle

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Come back, defense
-Essex beaten, but unbowed

42,000 UTEP-NMSU tickets sold
El Paso Times

October 1, 2004

From the Birmingham News
-Blazers turn to defense
-CONFERENCE USA PREVIEW

Blazers have two go under the knife  (third story down)
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Casinelli set run standard at U of M
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Conference USA notebook League's best do it with 'D'
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Tiger notebook- Cougars' top RB likely out
-Campus notebook- Ex-linebacker Hogans brings strength to basketball team

UH offensive linemen regaining respectability
Houston Chronicle

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Eagles see double trouble in Bulls backfield
-8 Eagles have diplomas in hand

Eagle defense putting offense in ideal spots
Hattiesburg American

From the Tampa Tribune
-Son Improving, Coach Back On Job
-USF QB Julmiste Hopes To Stay In `Zone'

From the St Petersburg Times
-Happy to be home
-More double duty for USF's Gipson

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-Patterson undecided on QBs
-TCU | AT ARMY, NOON SATURDAY

From the Dallas Morning News
-TCU's Kummer will probably be backup quarterback
-Boise State may give SMU the blues

Miners say they can sense, see change
El Paso Times

Believe it or not, UCF must get win at Fluffalo
Orlando Sentinel

Conference USA Men's Soccer Notebook
conferenceusa.com

September 30, 2004

Louisville's success puts Miami on storm watch
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Tough early games leave Houston searching
Memphis Commercial Appeal

A fresh start- Memphis' West coaching his way, winning over city
Anderson Independent

At last, a normal routine
Hattiesburg American

From the Dallas Morning News
-Frogs face uphill road to bowl berth
-Punter is getting on Patterson's good side
-SMU: Karrington to start against Boise State

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
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Frogs need to press the swagger button
-TCU expects to face tough Army
-Frogs' warts are showing Purple daze of poor defense, penalties, foot faults can still be fixed

Hayes fights through early kicking woes
Birmingham News

Drinkard is getting to be the go-to guy
Birmingham Post Herald

USF Offense Awakes From Slumber
Tampa Tribune

Marshall 33, Miami (Ohio) 25
YAHOO! Sports

Fans answer call, flood stadium with green
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

From the UC Times Record
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Interview transcript- Coach Dantonio
-Dantonio's first and ten- Family Foundation

Center commits to play at UC
Cincinnati Post

September 29, 2004

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Strength in numbers, sort of
-University of Louisville Notebook

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
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Cassity now a good gamble
-
Conference USA

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-UC pass rush fueled by Cole
-6-10 center commits to Bearcats

Bearcats' defense has them winning the Ohio State way
Birmingham News

Bearcats find defense Blazers prepare for new look
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Four weeks and 2 games later, USM enjoys routine
-Leavitt not making assumptions
-Taking Stock
-The Standings
-Players of the Week

USM defense remains true to form in win
Hattiesburg American

Hassell should be ready to go
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Dallas Morning News
-East guard Hunter commits to TCU
-SMU student's condition upgraded

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Calipari scores top point guard
-In the (end) zone
-Running back Doss gaining yards, and confidence

From the Houston Chronicle
-UH Notebook- Cougars can learn from Miami's magic
-Colleges soon will be lining up for Spurrier's services

Hillsborough High QB Decides Against USF
Tampa Tribune

Receiver takes step in recovery
St Petersburg Times

September 28, 2004

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook
-Men's Soccer Notebook
-Women's Soccer Notebook

Around Conference USA
USA Today

Conference USA Notes: League parity is out of its depth
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-If they beat 'Canes, Cards might bust BCS
-Dean nearly at full speed
-Petrino to Cards- Nix talk of Miami

Ross stands behind rip job
Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Offensive optimism
-Tigers' Vogel faces knee surgery

UH players feeling the pain of stout schedule
Houston Chronicle

USM needs to get physical
Mobile Register

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Eagles realize desire
-Bower- No time for relaxation at 2-0

Southern Miss falls victim to PAT parasite
Hattiesburg American

TCU pass defense struggles again
Dallas Morning News

Bulls Still On Schedule With Preparations
Tampa Tribune

Blazers' secondary will miss Whitmore
Birmingham News

UAB's passing combo dangerous for Bearcats
Cincinnati Enquirer

Blazers KO Memphis with late touchdown
Birmingham Post Herald

UCF begins farewell tour
Orlando Sentinel

September 27, 2004

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-U of L No. 3 in nation in scoring defense
-Pitino, Cards get another West Coast commitment

C-USA Roundup
College Football News

From the Tampa Tribune
-USF's New Tradition Blooms After OT Victory
-Jeanne Bowl Prevents Viewers From Watching USF's Victory

Slow starts prove costly to Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Injuries piling up for TCU's offense
Dallas Morning News

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
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Error-prone Frogs looking anything but special so far this season
-Big East losing its BCS clout

From the Birmingham News
-Lindsey's kick return leads to big play
-BLAZER NOTES

Green Wave must work out mistakes
New Orleans Times Picayune

For Huggins, life is all about 'his guys'
Cincinnati Enquirer

Miners, Aggies on collision course
El Paso Times