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East Carolina


Conference USA

October 17, 2004

Ron Cherubini: Pirate Time Machine - Marcus Crandell - 10.17
Great White North suits QB just fine
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.17
Army streaking; C-USA, Carolinas scoreboard
College football weekend: stars & storylines

-Men's Basketball Holds First Practice Of The 2004-05 Season
-Swimming, Diving Defeats College of Charleston
-Late Goal Lifts No. 24 UAB Over East Carolina, 1-0
-Volleyball Falls at Saint Louis, 3-0
-Men's Cross Country Finishes First, Women Second at Lake Kristi

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates hit hardwood for opening basketball practice
-It’s family and football for Thompson

From the New Bern Sun-Journal
-Dosh- 'I want to help this team'
-Pirates hoops hits the court running

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates coaches, players enjoy first day of practice
-Butler has big day in Pirates' win

October 16, 2004

-Thad Mumau:
Hoops Recruiting Report - 10.16
Annual pursuit of talent picking up steam
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.16
Blazers scorch Frogs to stay unbeaten in league
Another Florida school graduating to Division I
WGHB: Prep Preview with Zulovich & Letchworth - 10.16
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 10.16
WNCT: Pirate Weekend with Patrick Johnson - 10.16
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 10.16

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-Thompson defends use of Pinkney in JV game
-ECU swim coach impressed with his latest talent pool

From the Washington Daily News
-Copper finds motivation right at home
-Roach's catch comes up large for Pirates

Mid-Season: Pirates post failing grades
Kinston Free Press

McCallion and Calpo Lift Pirates Over Tulane, 2-0
-Swimming, Diving Teams Host College of Charleston Saturday

East Carolina Downs Tulane, 2-0, In C-USA Women's Soccer Action

Volleyball Handles ECU in Three for Twelfth Straight Victory

October 15, 2004

-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 10.15
Stance on medical hardship leaves questions
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.15
'Bama matchup evokes perils of 2000 ECU game for USM
Miami comeback brings cocky Cardinals down to Earth
WTSB: Pirate Talk with Denny O'Brien - 10.15
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar with Jonathan Ellerbe - 10.15
WGHB: Extra Point with Dan Eberhardt & Shawn Farmer - 10.15
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 10.15
WNCT: Brian Bailey Show - 10.15
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 10.15

Lady Pirate Soccer Set To Host Tulane And Southern Miss

From Greenville Daily Reflector
-Burke commits to ECU
Big returns

From the Washington Daily News
-Rimpf is paying his dues
-The Pirates are contageous

October 14, 2004

-Henry Hinton:
Henry's Highlights - 10.14
Holland's strategic vision not a timid one
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.14
Thompson: Pinkney's redshirt year safe and secure
Schnellenberger ringside for U of L vs. Miami
WNCT: Bonesville Power Hour - 10.14
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 10.14
WGHB: John Thompson Call-in Show - 10.14
WGHB: Locker Room with Kevin & Kevin - 10.14
WGHB: From The Booth with Jeff Charles - 10.14

Dosh goes from taking to giving hits
Greenville Daily Reflector

Coleman contributes to Falcons' defensive line
Washington Daily News

October 13, 2004

-Brian Bailey:
From the Anchor Desk - 10.13
'Holy water' or voodoo? Pirates evade spell
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.13
JV Pirates live up to varsity's example
Toronto approves bid to host bowl game
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 10.13
WGHB: Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 10.13
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 10.13

-ECU Jayvees Defeat Hargrave Military Academy
-Women's Golf Claims Third Place At Taco Bell Intercollegiate

ECU JVs down Hargrave
Greenville Daily Reflector

A chance in the spotlight
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates' JV downs Hargrave
-Dosh goes from hunted to hunter

October 12, 2004

-Denny O'Brien:
Pirate Notebook No. 211 - 10.12
Former Dark Horse at home in Dolphins' stable
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.12
Herrion anoints Badiane, Cook as team's leaders
No. 1 Southern Miss QB to miss 'Bama game
Tar Heel trio sacked by pot charges
WGHB: Live@5 - Troy D. & Ellerbe - 10.12
WGHB: Sportsline - Josh Spence & Allen Thomas - 10.12
WNCT: Sports Verdict - Professor, Kicker & Yankee Boy - 10.12
WNCT: Talk of the Town - Henry Hinton - 10.12

-Lady Pirate Golf In Third Place At Taco Bell Intercollegiate
-Badiane and Cook Named Team Captains For 2004-05

From the Washington Daily News
-Easy as a Sunday morning
-Travis Williams- Many happy returns

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU names captains
-Brown returns to Greenville today
-Butler named to ECU board of trustees

October 11, 2004

-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 10.11
Pirate Club tackling tough times
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 10.11
College football weekend: stars & storylines
C-USA standings, scoreboard, schedule & TV
Associated Press college football poll

-Simon Does It Again! OT Goal Lifts Men's Soccer over Marquette, 3-2
-Lady Pirate Soccer Fall To Memphis 4-1
-ECU's Howell Finishes Tied For Seventh At Franklin Street Tournament
-Field Set For 2004 Taco Bell Intercollegiate

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates’ defense shines
-Dormitory discussed for ECU campus

Streakin' returns to college campuses

Around Conference USA
USA Today


October 17, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-UNC defense hits new low in blowout by Utes
-Devils fall to Jackets
-Turtle soup
-Last-second comeback keeps Eagles' dreams alive

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack holds on this time
-New rule works in Amato's favor
-Utah sets UNC record in 46-16 win
-Jackets sack Devils' upset bid
-NCCU wins as time expires
-Offseason work key for Devils
-Hokies feast on Rattlers
-Clemson springs to life in Death Valley home
-ACC pushes fifth year

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Wolfpack bounces back
-Clemson ends skid with rout of Utah State
-Gamecocks get late TD to edge Wildcats
-Jackets bottle up Blue Devils, improve to 4-2 with 24-7 win
-Georgia Southern whips Appalachian State
-Regional Sports Briefs
-Pippen scores TD on last play as Eagles edge Rams
-McCants compares UNC life to prison
-Deacons' Williams says this should be his best season yet
-Lehman fires 69, ties Geiberger for lead at CCG

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Great finish ends slide
-Rathe to the rescue

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers rip Utah State
-Utah State-Clemson game summary
-Utah State provides therapy
-Tigers finally come to the party
-Clemson football notebook
-USC shows its Rathe
-Rathe patiently waits his chance
-USC-Kentucky game summary
-USC football notebook
-Paladins pound Bulldogs

From the Anderson Independent
-Fourth-string Rathe leads USC to win
-Sitting on fence over Tiger victory

From the Charlotte Observer
-NASCAR: Johnson cleans up
-NFL: Panthers run risk of being run out of Philly

October 16, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Wolfpack seeking to bounce back from bitter loss
-Hot Eagles present powerful obstacle for Mountaineers
-Yellow Jackets say they want revenge against Blue Devils
-Tar Heels get ready to take on No. 11 Utes

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Football fortunes
-A loss will cost big
-North Carolina at No. 11 Utah
-Duke at Georgia Tech
-The art of man-to-man
-Heels have some fun

From the Charlotte Observer
-The Elevator
-Regional sports network launches Saturday
-Bliss holds off Kenseth for win
-Racing- A $5 billion win for N.C.

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Left out in cold by Fridge
-Roof hoping for sweet homecoming
-Utes keeping focus on Heels
-Two NCCU Hall inductees enjoyed huge year
-TODAY'S MATCHUP- NCCU vs. Winston-Salem State
-Hoops time for Heels

From the Fayetteville Observer
-College football predictions
-Amato looking for first win against Maryland
-'Dangerous' J.C. Smith awaits Fayetteville State

From the Anderson Independent
-Clemson freshmen were arrested for fight
-Tigers dealing with fans' questions, concerns
-Purnell more comfortable as Tigers prepare for the '05 season

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers hope fans are cool
-Utah State-Clemson game capsule
-Investing in success
-USC-Kentucky game capsule
-Paladins out to avenge '03
-The Citadel-Furman game summary

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz to use dual quarterbacks but not Pinkins
-Tisby’s play doesn’t detract from win

October 15, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Wake Forest's No. 1 ranking has Prosser, Paul flying high
-Jamison's late field goal sinks Bobcats in 2 OTs

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Tar Heels ready to put past, differences aside
-McCants ready for something special
-UNC's McGill healthy, but will split time
-Eagles will try to figure out Rams
-Chrysler Classic notebook- Strange sighting in Greensboro

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Tar Heels take new approach
-May vows to return next season
-Duke hoops adds two
-Preparing to lead Wolfpack
-NHL: Bettman speaks at RBC
-Meeting lacks real answers

ACC Basketball- Pressure will be on in Chapel Hill
Wilmington Star-News

From the Charlotte Observer
-NBA: Bobcats provide fans reason for optimism
-UNC apologizes for leaving player's name in document
-NASCAR: Newman takes polewith a record run

From the Greensboro News-Record
-GGC: After first round, it's tight at the top
-Coordinator of ACC officials agrees with call
-UNC's Hedgecock comes with history
-Lighter May ready for new season

From The Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-How's it goin' eh? USC visits Canada
-Jackson helps put Terriers on map

Big plays coming at sluggish rate for Tigers
Columbia (SC) The State

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Bennett looks forward
-Tigers ready to go
-Furman football notes

October 14, 2004

Academy helping Brown on and off the gridiron
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Sparkman's dad says cited UNC athletes tested
-'He's just one of the guys'
-UNC's McGill to play
-Pack, Terps amp up rivalry
-Clemson's Purnell expects improvement

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Center of the issue
-USC football notebook
-A Hall to follow
-Clemson football notebook

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-'Yo' knows defense
-For Maddox, defense always beats offense
-Duke needs Ewing more than ever
-Region: No. 17 West Virginia Defeats UConn 31-19

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Maybe UNC isn't that bad, after all
-Amato hopes Pack, Terps can get along

From the Winston Salem Journal
-ACC Notebook
-Wisnosky is lost for year with torn ACL
-Southern Conference Notebook
-Analyze This- Brown watched his ASU mark fall

From the Charlotte Observer
-Amato- Pack has a chance to win ACC
Bobcats to learn about struggling offense tonight
-Jamison would have liked being a Bobcat
-Panthers star Jenkins is out for season

From the Greensboro News-Record
-GGC: A fan's guide to the tournament
-This tournament has always been our own little diversion
-Family, UNC players await drug test results

From the Wilmington Star-News
-Seahawks still dealing with key player injuries
-Negativity following Heels
-UNC’s Wooldridge sentenced

October 13, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-UNC player may have failed drug test earlier
-UNC punter gets lecture, community service
-N.C. State notes- Pack to face Terps' QB shuffle
-Jamison hears Cameron boos again

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Suspended UNC players might not return
-Defense a focus for Wake Forest

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Baddour stays quiet on Bunting's status
-Coach defends Heels
-Deacons stressing defense

Big UNC victory clouded
Kinston Free Press

Bunting now in position to save his job
Charlotte Obaserver

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Wake Forest getting ready for basketball practice
-Urban Rage- Meyer fires back at comments about Utah's schedule strength by ESPN analysts
-Players awaiting drug-test results

Tigers working on bowl math
Anderson Independent

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Speed is what he needs
-No easy answers at Clemson
-Clock ticks for Tigers
-Holtz on the run
-USC football notebook
-From Bosnia to Furman

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Bowden defends program’s progress
-Waiting for Demetris

October 12, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-UNC suspends three after drug citations
-Pack's dreaded curse of the Terps
-Football's waiting game
-Duke's Dargan nears return
-Old foes will reunite tonight in Cameron exhibition

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Heels suspend three players
-Wolfpack turns focus to Maryland
-Pack's mojo out of whack
-Wolfpack's Paulsen won't face Maryland
-Tech out for revenge

From the Winston Salem Journal
-UNC suspends Thomas, two others after citation
-Roof preparing to take his Devils down to Georgia
-Amato knows Wolfpack has to focus on Terrapins
-Wright showing promise as tight end
-Fancher wants Apps to run more
-Foster's injury adds to Panthers' woes

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Gamecocks hope recent history doesn’t repeat itself
-With 1-4 record, Clemson’s confidence ‘in a bad state’

Tigers say they're hungry for victory
Greenville (SC) News

Tigers place blame all around
Anderson Independent

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Tigers looking for relief
-Holtz finds silver lining after defeat

October 11, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-PARTY LINES- State fans say, 'Bad call;' UNC fans praise officials
-Wake: Stocking the Shelves
-App St: No Slowdown
-Vikings' Jackson will play for Apps
-NFL: Panthers lose again

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack won't file protest
-'Mad dog' sparks UNC

One play generating a lot of talk
Greensboro News-Record

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Where was T.A.'s knee down?
-N.C. State MMQB
-North Carolina MMQB
-Duke MMQB
-N.C. Central MMQB

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Holtz tries Sunday practice to shake up USC
-Lamb wants Paladins to focus on The Citadel

From Columbia (SC) The State
-A deflating defeat
-Gamblin’ man Holtz can’t cash in at the end

Gamecocks season takes a wrong turn
Charlotte Observer


October 17, 2004

Saturday Football Roundup

From the Mobile Register
-Alabama shuts down Southern Miss again
-Backup QB takes air out of USM

From the Hattiesburg American
-Spotless no more
-QB Carter struggles as starter
-Offensive woes kill Eagles' hopes
-Eustachy era begins- Eagles open practice

From the Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record
-Defending the run wasn't exactly Army's strength
-Jones' 5 TDs lift Knights

From the St Petersburg Times
Army runs all over USF to make itself at home
-Spurrier (yes, that Spurrier) watches USF
-Hall's record night cut short
-C-USA- Team effort propels Memphis past Tulane

From the Tampa Tribune
-Jones Runs Wild As Army Stuns USF
-Bulls Can't Keep Up With Army's Jones

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Finishing strong
-C-USA roundup- Alabama thumps Golden Eagles
-Williams salutes past Tiger record-holders
-C-USA Standings
-The returns are in

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Memphis gives TU blues
-Ricard one of few bright spots

Rhodes knows he let one get away 
Louisville Courier-Journal

Blazers set sights on C-USA title
Birmingham News

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
-A glimpse into nickname deliberation
-Mason looks stronger

Bearcat fans give Huggins standing ovation
Cincinnati Post

Illini drubbing still on UC minds
Cincinnati Enquirer

Frogs ready to throw their weight around
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the El Paso Times
-Happy fans pack Sun Bowl

Tulsa falls to No. 21 Boise State, 45-42

Knight-mare continues
Orlando Sentinel

October 16, 2004

-First-half Offensive Surge Leads UAB Past TCU, 41-25
-C-USA Volleyball Teams Join Forces in “Dig For The Cure” Program
-Memphis Men's Basketball Preview
-Cincinnati Women's Basketball Preview

This Weeks C-USA Matchups
Miami Fla 41, Louisville 38 (Fla.)
UAB 41, TCU 25
Tulane at Memphis   1:00PM
  Southern Miss at Alabama 2:00PM
  Army at USF   8:00PM

Blazers' QB throws five first half TDs in romp
Birmingham Post-Herald

UAB throws another big loss TCU's way, 41-25
Dallas Morning News

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
UAB blazes trail through TCU 'D'
-TCU Replay
Glory days quickly passing Frogs by
Hassell puts end to two-quarterback system

From the Mobile Register
-Blazers bombard Frogs in C-USA
Offensive Showcase

TCU unable to slow UAB in loss
Houston Chronicle

From the Hattiesburg American
-Pressure on Eagle lines
-Southern Miss coach Eustachy completes staff

Season Anything But Routine For Bulls
Tampa Tribune

Win gets Army respect
Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Green Wave looks to turn back clock

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers spreading receptions around
-Plenty of motivation for USM, Crimson Tide
-Stroke of midnight tips off hoops year

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Beat-up now but upbeat soon
-Cardinals look like a big fish in Big East pond
-Petrino gives credit to both Cardinals and 'Canes

Crean has torn disc in back
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
Vitale still hasn't paid for books
-Newcomer Muhammad has point to make for UC

From the St Louis Post Dispatch
SLU suspends Johnson for breaking rule
-Bills hope Polk will point them in right direction

Niners fans cheer opening of hoops
Charlotte Observer

Miners hope to avoid shootout
El Paso Times

Lack of crowd may hinder Marshall’s efforts at Kent
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Herd D-line looks to make more noise
Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail

UCF signs Speraw to 3-year deal
Orlando Sentinel

October 15, 2004

-No. 17 Louisville Falls Short at No. 3 Miami (Fla.)
-USM's Boley Named Butkus Award Semifinalist
-TCU Men's Basketball Preview
-Men's Soccer Notebook
-Volleyball Notebook

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-U of L loses heartbreaker 41-38
-TD at 0-49 caps comeback, foils Cards' upset bid
-Cards tough, but Miami tad tougher
-Concussion ends Lefors' big game
-Cardinals' bag of tricks features a Tiger

UM rallies to win thriller
Miami Herald

Football Friday Night
TCU at UAB   7:00PM espn

From the Birmingham News
-`Real big game'
-Tide focused on running game, theirs and USM's

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs consider tonight's game crucial to C-USA title hopes
-Hobbs making run at records

From the Birmingham Post-Herald
-Hackney maturing as quarterback and leader
-Tide faces one of state's own

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Conference USA notebook UAB can't be ignored
-Tiger trio a winning team
-Tigers turn Madness into a celebration

Blazer Basketball Teams Open Practice With Midnite Madness

Football Concludes Alabama Preparations

From the Hattiesburg American
Houston writer- USM fans are nation's worst
-Last shot at the Tide
-Eagles hit court Saturday

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Clash of the Cousins
-Golden Eagles still iffy on PATs

From the Dallas Morning News
-TCU (3-2, 1-1) at UAB (4-1, 2-0)
-Ex-TCU coach Sullivan wins battle with cancer
-No spare change in SMU basketball

From the Tampa Tribune
-Julmiste Sees Chance For Breakout Game
-New Season Dawns At Midnight

From New Orleans Times Picayune
-Wimprine maturing into a team leader
-TU's Spincer in spotlight
-Tigers are talk of the town

Huggins Can't Wait

UC's Williams out 5 weeks after surgery
Cincinnati Enquirer

UTEP basketball No. 1 in pair of preseason polls
El Paso Times

Other: Utah is '04's dark-horse BCS contender
Charlotte Observer

October 14, 2004

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Hurricane warning
-Cards' big moment is finally here
-Louisville-Miami breakdown
-Hurricanes vs. Cards- tale of the tape …
-Matchup could mean big ratings for ESPN

Canes mean business against Louisville
Miami Herald

Caution- No passing zone
St Petersburg Times

Will he root for Cardinals or 'Canes?
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

USM's game at Alabama 'personal'
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the Mobile Register
-USM must bow up vs. Bama
-Alabama/USM preview

From the Hattiesburg American
-Carter ready for challenge
-Ross enjoying Army's victory

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Green Wave still on the rebound
-U of M notebook- These Tigers would have aided Wave

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Liberty Bowl could have a role in BCS' fantasy
-Time isn't on Frogs' side against UAB quarterback
-TCU BASEBALL: TCU's non-traditional approach a hit

From the Birmingham News
-UA System could see to it Tide plays UAB
-Blazers unsure which TCU QB they'll be facing
-Moving beyond the Sweet 16

USF Men's Basketball Preview

2 Herd players released from jail
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

October 13, 2004

-Cincinnati Men's Basketball Preview
-Saint Louis Women's Basketball Preview
-C-USA Volleyball Notebook

-Southern Miss Set To Take On Alabama
-Football Continues Alabama Preparations

Bower- 'Alabama will line up and run the football'
Hattiesburg American

USM has faith in passing game
Mobile Register

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-UAB wants to be fresh for TCU
-C-USA Standings
-Players of the Week
-Taking Stock

Cards plan to 'shoot the moon' against Canes
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Fresh picked from Florida
Louisville Courier-Journal

-Green Wave To Play Tigers
-Tulane Football Prepares for Memphis

Finney says pieces are coming together
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Memphis's White king of both consistency, comedy
-Tiger lineman gets in licks off field, too

UAB faces TCU team returning from brink
Birmingham Post-Herald

UAB Continues Preparations For TCU

Pinched nerve has Hendricks on the sideline
Birmingham News

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs' fate hinging on UAB
-Walker pleads his case with opposing receivers

Patterson- Bye week helps with healing
Dallas Morning News

Excerpt From Army Head Football Coach Bobby Ross' Weekly Press Conference

From the Tampa Tribune
-Leavitt Wants To Face Army Again
-Bulls Not Taking Game Against Army Lightly

UH Notebook- Southern Miss lacks hospitality
Houston Chronicle

Cougars Begins Preps During First Bye Week

Bulls recruiting in basketball hotbeds
St Petersburg Times

UTEP fans rush ticket center
El Paso Times

Eliminating slow starts a major priority for UCF
Orlando Sentinel

October 12, 2004

-Conference USA Football Notebook
-Army is FedEx Orange Bowl National Team of the Week
-Two C-USA Football Teams Nationally-Ranked
-DePaul Men's Basketball Preview
-Southern Miss Women's Basketball Preview
-C-USA Women's Soccer Roundup
-C-USA Men's Soccer Notebook

Conference USA Notes
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-This wall has no cracks
-Findings show not everyone respects Cards

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-Carter relishes 2nd chance
-Bower- Any luck product of pluck

From the St Petersburg Times
-UM wary of unbeaten, upset-minded Cards
-Louisville's Floridians look to make their mark

-Head Football Coach Jeff Bower’s Weekly News Conference
-Baseball Continuing Fall Practice

Roundup- Hamstring injury sidelines Southern Miss QB
Houston Chronicle

UAB wants more than respect
Birmingham Post-Herald

Frogs bring mixed offensive attack
Birmingham News

Starting QB remains a question for Frogs
Dallas Morning News

Bulls Not Taking Game Against Army Lightly
Tampa Tribune

Awards aplenty after Army win
Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record

Wave may stay with rotation
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
West sees mature Tigers close gap with nation's best
-Vogel recovering, could face Tulane

Dantonio: 'An embarrassment'
Cincinnati Post

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
Time for close inspection with a sharp scalpel
-Many questions facing small Bearcats team

Who's Hot & Not
College Football News

Two Herd players arrested
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

49ers complete sweep through Canada 3-0
Charlotte Observer

Miners prepare for encore year
El Paso Times

October 11, 2004

C-USA Roundup
College Football News

-Football Ranked In Top 25 In Both Polls
-Football Has Light Workout, Almond Out For Alabama

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger
-USM reaches Top 25, but Bower not satisfied
-This week for Southern Miss

Cards confident as biggest game ever nears
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Russell's rockin' for Rolle matchup
Louisville Courier-Journal

Back to business after Blazers notch SEC win
Birmingham News

Wave faces uphill battle
New Orleans Times Picayune

Celebration low-key for Ross, Army
Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record

TCU Football Notes
Ft Worth Star-Telegram

UAB assistant Pat Donohoe is arrested, suspended
Birmingham Post-Herald (Sat)

MU starts season with Hoopsfest
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Miners football on the right path
El Paso Times

UCF program gets dubious distinction
The Knights own the nation's longest losing streak.
Orlando Sentinel