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East Carolina


Conference USA

November 14, 2004

-Al Myatt:
Ship of despair torpedoed in Tampa - 11.14
Bowl-hungry Bulls trample Pirates - 11.14
-Bonesville: ECU-South Florida Box Score - 11.14
Bonesville Bytes Audio: J.T. & players post-game - 11.14
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 11.14
Cancer-stricken USF basketball player to miss season
College football weekend: stars & storylines

From the
-Pirates Fall to South Florida, 41-17
-Postgame notes
-Kids Promotions Set For Final Home Game
-Pirates Drop Regular Season Finale to Marquette, 3-1
-Cross Country Competes At NCAA Regional Championships

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Frustrated Pirates looking for answers
-Pirates get Bull-dozed
-East Carolina plays host to Regional
-Terry Holland brings with him the aura of success, excellence

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-South Florida bulls past ECU
-Pirates focus on conference

From the St Petersburg Times
-Bulls hit on all cylinders
-Game balls
-By the numbers
-Julmiste continues to make progress
-Senior backup kick-starts Bulls offense

From the Tampa Tribune
-This Time, Bulls Finish What They Start
-Julmiste Finally Fitting The Bill
-Running Of The Bull

Bulls Get Back to .500 with 41-17 Win Over East Carolina
USF Athletics

USF can think bowl after 41-17 win
WDAE Tampa

Garrard/NFL: Great unknown
Florida Times-Union

For Garrard, NFL job is far less work than beating disease
Durham Herald Sun

NFL: Copper ready to do some dancing
Washington (NC) Daily News

November 13, 2004

-Ron Cherubini:
Pirate Time Machine No. 30 - 11.13
Anthony Brenner: Alive and Kicking in the AFL
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 11.13
Herrion seals the deal with New Jersey prep target
Tigers tune up for Pirates with win over USM
Bonesville: ECU at USF Game Day Audio Streams - 11.13
WNCT: Pirate Weekend with Patrick Johnson - 11.13
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 11.13
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 11.13

Football Tonight
East Carolina at South Florida
Saturday November 13th
7:00 p.m. ET
Tampa, FL
Gametracker |
Game notes/stats [PDF file]
Live Game Day Audio Feeds

From the
-Ferris and Wernert Lead Volleyball Over DePaul in Five Games
-Dwight Burke Signs National Letter Of Intent With ECU
-ECU Hosts NCAA Southeast Regional Championships Saturday

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Several Pirates return to their roots today
-ECU hopes to avoid Bull rush

Pirates to lock horns with Bulls
Washington (NC) Daily News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-East Carolina at South Florida
-Quick hit

From the New Bern Sun Journal
Wounded Pirates hit road
Captains Cook, Badiane shine for Pirates in exhibition victory

Struggling Pirates face South Florida
Kinston Free Press

Scouting report- USF vs. East Carolina
St Petersburg Times

Jessie Slack signs with East Carolina
Zanesville Times Recorder

Bulls' Geisler Always Brings His 'A' Game
Tampa Tribune

November 12, 2004

-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 11.12
Two solid halves the mission for USF game
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 11.12
Cook, Badiane fuel ECU win in final preseason test
Hard-luck Louisville big man lost for season
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar with Jonathan Ellerbe - 11.12
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 11.12
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 11.12

From the
-Second Half Surge Propels East Carolina To Exhibition Win Over Barton
-Pirate Volleyball Hosts DePaul and Marquette This Weekend
-Krug Named to Academic All-America District III Team

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Play-action plays huge role for ECU
-Pirates’ Badiane back and blocking
-Former Pirate Garrard ready to run with Jaguars’ QB job

From the Washington (NC) Daily News
-Even with bruises, Pinkney still shines
-For Alston, many happy returns
-Pirates win second exhibition contest

Punt returner Williams leaving his mark as a freshman at ECU
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the East Carolinian
-Pirates look to bully South Florida
-Lady Pirates pulverize team in closed scrimmage

USF's Defensive Lineup Gets Shuffled Again
Tampa Tribune

Jim Leavitt Media Luncheon Quotes
USF Athletics

November 11, 2004

-Henry Hinton:
Henry's Highlights - 11.11
Hill getting steeper for Holland
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 11.11
Spurrier signals desire for warm weather college job
LeFors leads Louisville rout of Horned Frogs
WNCT: Bonesville Power Hour - 11.11
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 11.11
WGHB: John Thompson Call-in Show - 11.11
WGHB: Locker Room with Kevin & Kevin - 11.11
WGHB: From The Booth with Jeff Charles - 11.11
WGHB: Live @ 5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 11.11

From the
-Pirates Host Barton In Exhibition Finale
-Pirate GameWeek 2004
-Two Sign To Play Women's Basketball at East Carolina
-ECU's Amos and Gallagher Take Home All C-USA Honors
-Williams Settles In At East Carolina

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Off to a good start
-Pirate women ink two
-Pirates to play with experimental rules against Barton

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Battered ECU limping to South Florida
-Fresh Faces- ECU will have new look

From the New Bern Sun-Journal
-Bulls will be sort of homecoming
-Pirates host Barton tonight

From the Kinston Free Press
-Pirates focus on playing two good halves
-Pirates' troubles start on defense

East Carolina Men's Basketball Preview

Bulls Offensive Line Shows Ability To Dominate Foes
Tampa Tribune

Recruiting/Neal Jones: DPHS sports update
(See bottom of page)
West Orange (FL) Times

Jags turn to ex-ECU star
Charlotte Observer

Florida Times-Union

November 10, 2004

-Brian Bailey:
From the Anchor Desk - 11.10
Pirates still wrestling with road demons
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 11.10
Wednesday primetime preview: TCU at Louisville
CIAA basketball lands national TV package
Bonesville Bytes: J.T. Press Conference (commercial free) - 11.10
WGHB: Live@5 with Troy D. & Ellerbe - 11.10
WGHB: Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 11.10
WNCT: Talk of the Town with Henry Hinton - 11.10
WNCT: Brian Bailey Show - 11.10
WNCT: J.T. Press Conference - 11.10

From the
-Weekly Press Conference Luncheon
-ECU's Diane Parker Named C-USA Swimmer Of The Week

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Ingram closer to being a Pirate
-Injury cases soaring within ECU’s football team
-ECU’s Parker nabs conference swimming award
-Vision for city will be unveiled

Road woes continue for Pirates
The East Carolinian

From Durham Herald Sun
-Pirates play through pain
-Garrard's colossal challenge

Pirates looking more like a MASH unit
Washington (NC) Daily News

Pirates can't catch a break
Raleigh News & Observer

Bland finally gets a chance
New Bern Sun-Journal

Garrard Notes: Jeff Reynolds adds his reaction
Pro Football Weekly

November 9, 2004

Pirate Notebook No. 215 - 11.09
Herrion elevates stature of hoops at ECU
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 11.09
Frogs hopping backwards from BCS territory
Utah slips in BCS poll despite latest big win
WGHB: Live@5 - Troy D. & Ellerbe - 11.09
WGHB: Sportsline - Josh Spence & Allen Thomas - 11.09
WNCT: Sports Verdict - Professor, Kicker & Yankee Boy - 11.09
WNCT: Talk of the Town - Hank Hinton - 11.09

Garrard excited about opportunity to start
Washington (NC) Daily News

Preps: Baker eyeing state title
Raleigh News & Observer

November 8, 2004

-Al Myatt:
View from the East - 11.08
Cougars' lot in life offers stark lesson
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 11.08
C-USA standings, scoreboard, schedule & TV
Associated Press college football poll

D Duckett: Misery strikes Carolina Panthers once again
Washington Daily News

R Alston: Ravens' Lewis returns, has decisive TD
YAHOO! Sports


November 14, 2004

Heels have best team in a bad state
Kinston Free Press

From the Durham Herald Sun
-Brooks' kick gives Blue Devils unlikely victory over Clemson
-Blue Devils put aside past disappointments
-Tar Heels eyeing possible bowl after Durant's rally over Wake
-Bunting, Heels deserve some credit

Clemson’s sure thing goes awry
Columbia (SC) The State

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Heels slip past Deacs
-Loss to the Tar Heels hard for Deacs to take
-Area Roundup
-Brooks kicks Duke past Clemson
-NFL: What Went Wrong- Midseason lowlights
-NBA: Bocbats lose 113-87; Warriors get 1st win

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers be-Deviled again
-Turnovers prove costly for Tigers
-Clemson-Duke game summary
-Clemson football notebook
-Gators chomp into USC
-USC-Florida game summary
-USC football notebook

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Tar Heels catching on
-Deacons close, once again
-UNC shows it was faking all along
-Brooks' FG lifts Blue Devils
-Wolfpack had two at Chavis
-Catamounts surprise Appalachian
-One more ACC team is bowl-eligible

ESPN gears up for college hoops
Fayetteville Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
-NASCAR: Solving Darlington vital to title chase
-NFL: Ugly finish would make Panthers unforgettable
-NBA: Okafor, Hart are hurt in defeat
-QB's unusual career among UNC's best

November 13, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Close won't cut it
-Bowl implications
-Award talk must include Bunting
-UNC routs Mount Olive
-Football fortunes
-Clemson at Duke

From the Winston Salem Journal
-NCAA suspends Felton; will miss season opener
-Atlanta officials hope to put together 2nd bowl for 2005
-Hungry Blue Devils to play red-hot Tigers
-Appalachian sets its sights on road win against WCU
-Big Block- Chacos tries to protect Durant
-High noon for Deacs, Tar Heels
-Cavaliers expecting fired-up Hurricanes

From the Durham Herald Sun
-Tar Heels, Deacons fighting for more than pride this time
-Matchup box- UNC vs. Wake Forest
-Tigers eye Devils
-Matchup box- Duke vs. Clemson
-Felton runs afoul

College football predictions
Fayetteville Observer

From the Greensboro News-Record
-A&T fires Davis as AD
-Wake's corner King keeping his streak alive

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Clemson focuses on Duke
-Quiet! Tigers about
-Clemson-Duke game capsule
-USC's shot at history
-USC-Florida game capsule
-NASCAR: Rain soaks Darlington
-A sad time for this 'Lady'

November 12, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack bowled over
-State takes major step back at QB
-Blackman turns long punt into longer TD return
-Pack emotions, quarter by quarter
-Play of the game
-Duo makes it tough for FSU
-Duke routs NCCU

Uninspired defeat has become norm for Pack
Charlotte Observer

From the Durham Herald Sun
-Stellar effort on defense wasted as Noles rally
-Pack's season in one word- disappointing
-Perfect strangers no longer
-Friendly neighborhood game

Ugly game, beautiful result for Noles
Miami Herald

N.C. State disappointed with its 2004 season
Fayetteville Observer

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Wake Forest's fast start turns to slumber
-Duke's competition- one Devil of a league
-Time simply ran out for Amato and Wolfpack
-Pack's offense sputters while FSU stages rally
-Shelden Williams leads Duke
-Tar Heels work to keep egos in check
-Deeper Aggies still rebuilding

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Strong still searching for a job
-Clemson’s Mathis ineligible this season
-Sparks will fly at Darlington

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Merriweather happily delivers
-Furman, Wofford make the grade

From the Winston Salem Journal
-The Grand Finale- King hopes to go out with a bang
-Heels must win last 2 for a shot at bowl
-UNC gets commitment from Atlanta lineman
-ASU- The Best of the Best
-Deacs romp past Rams
-Positives- WSSU sees improving team

Lane leads UNCW to 71-37 rout
Wilmington Star-News

November 11, 2004

From the Durham Herald Sun
-Bowden's birthday wish- Win No. 350
-Notebook- Punter thrives after tragedy
-Delivering Justices- Brothers to play each other in UNC-Wake game
-ACC adds BC into the mix
-Cameron to host a Bull City battle
-'The Secret Game'

N.C. State's bowl hopes hanging on the line
Fayetteville Observer

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Wolfpack thrives on being different
-Pack's problems begin to multiply

Basketball Previews from the Winston Salem Journal
-On Leave- Bucs get a final shot at SoCon
-Wake Forest gets Hale, Weaver to sign on dotted line
-Replay- UNCW could be similar to last season, if it gets healthy again
-Youngblood- Clemson counts on help from recruits
-On The Rise- Phoenix aims to exceed expectations again
-On Guard- Hokies get set for the ACC challenge
-On The Move- Wildcats aim to roar in SoCon again
-Paul is The 1
-Time is Now
-No Respect- WCU coach feels slighted
-New ACC- Expansion produces imbalances
-Tough Call- Expansion makes predictions difficult
-Dark Horses- Devils are in an unusual position
-No Spotlight- Pack flies high but keeps a low profile
-No Excuses- Heels say it's time to prove themselves
-Wake Forest players used to sneak across town to play WSSU; tonight it's finally for real
-Atmosphere promises to be electric at the Joel
-The starting lineup is solid, but it will be a much deeper bench that could take WSSU back to the top of the CIAA
-On the Rise- Rams expected to be more experienced, athletic
-NBA: Bobcats lead for most of game before losing to Bucks 102-100

Football News from the Winston Salem Journal
-Linebacker Doug may take on brother Steve in WFU-UNC game
-Pack's season may be on line
-ACC Notebook
-2005 ACC Football Schedule

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Holtz’s future still cloudy
-Blue Devils’ Talley dangerous on defense
-Studious defense regains its swagger

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Who's in QB pipeline?
-Wolfpack's to-do list
-Matchup to watch
-Loser can call this a lost season
-ACC schedule set in football

From the Charlotte Observer
-Wolfpack Gameday
-N.C. State catches break in schedule
-NBA: Bobcats just miss

Defense driving Tigers
Greenville (SC) News

November 10, 2004

From Durham Herald Sun
-Wake wants payback; no one talking bowls
-'Championship Week' to include CIAA
-Wake Forest's Paul Leads All-America Team
-ACC teams lead the way in recruiting
-Duke basketball recruit a top QB

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Injuries, illness hit offense
-Duke can be dreary trip

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Wolfpack tunes it up
-Davis keeping his cool
-ACC's fresh face
-It's still all about hoops
-Mauk will start at QB for Wake
-Signing period begins
-Duke's Nelson returns to practice

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Heels prepare for 'battle of wills'
-Wake Forest calls in reinforcements

From the Winston Salem Journal
-A Friendly Feud
-Paul tops preseason All-America team
-Grobe is wary of improved Heels
-Two more coaches let go in Rams' staff shake-up
-Basketball signing period will begin today for class of '05
-ACC Recruiting Commitments
-NASCAR: Whole New Deal- Southern 500 will have a different flavor

From The Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers to Duke it out
-The cost of doing business
-Magical mystery turnaround
-Clemson football notebook
-Holtz's what if? Spurrier
-USC football notebook
-Why not beat Florida?

Deacons, Heels play for bowl eligibility
Charlotte Observer

November 9, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack shuffles offense
-Stone may play against Seminoles
-CIAA gets national TV deal
-League of their own

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Deacons are No. 2 in AP poll
-Still Fighting- Roof says Devils have lots of incentive
-Mauk is front-runner in Deacons' QB derby
-More Bad News- Banged-up Panthers put two more players on injured reserve

QB Davis takes blame for turnover-prone offense
New Bern Sun-Journal

ACC bowl picture remains scrambled
Charlotte Observer

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-A perfect ending?
-Players eye end to futility vs. Gators
-Tigers cling to fond memories

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers catch breath after memorable win
-Holtz isn't ready to talk about his future
-Pinkins hopes to return before end of regular season
-USC Notebook- Nutt calls Holtz to clarify comments
-Paladins move up to No. 2

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Mauk is Wake's man in revamped offense
-Preps- Baker's success no guarantee for future

From Durham Herald Sun
-Power in Virginia
-Notebook- Stanford doubtful with injury
-Storeybook ending?
-Potter- Frustrating finish

November 8, 2004

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-NCSU hoping to salvage '04
-2-game season left for Tar Heels

Wolfpack tunes out a chorus of boos
Greensboro News-Record

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Back to the bowls, Holtz enjoying wins
-Embattled Davis gets boost from Amato as FSU looms
-Bunting says Heels must forget about loss to Hokies

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tigers hold key to bowl destiny
-Pinkins to miss games at Florida, Clemson

From the Greenville (SC) News
-One tombstone, please, but ...
-Clemson's opportunity ripe
-USC may lose Pinkins
-Holtz reflects on years
-USC football notebook
-Just two to go

Palmetto pride
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From Durham Herald Sun
-UNC Monday Morning QB
-Duke Monday Morning QB
-N.C. State Monday morning QB
-NCCU left out of postseason party

Charlotte Observer

Former North Carolina players return to Charlotte
Washington Daily News


November 14, 2004

-C-USA Men's Soccer Final Set To Feature Top Two Seeds
-Saturday Football Roundup

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
Green Wave win comes with a price
-Tulane heading in right direction

Ricard hurt in Tulane victory
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record
No defense for Army
-Black Knight bits
-How they scored

Blazers finally snag elusive 6th win
Birmingham News

From the Houston Chronicle
UAB stomps Houston, 20-7
-Rice gives UTEP major scare in 35-28 loss

UTEP needs two overtimes to get win
El Paso Times

A season of promise comes crashing down
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Another loss for UCF
Orlando Sentinel

No one-trick ponies- Mustangs win 2nd straight
Dallas Morning News

Memphis Game Gets A Morning Start
Tampa Tribune

Blazers dump 49ers in 2 OTs
Charlotte Observer

Kirkland steps up in win over So. Ind.
Cincinnati Enquirer

Halftime anything but half speed
Louisville Courier-Journal

MU men face learning curve
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

SLU is in the middle with pleasant problem
St Louis Post Dispatch

Southern Miss coaches take their time signing long-term contracts
Hattiesburg American

November 13, 2004

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Bowl roll- Tigers top Southern Miss, secure another postseason berth
-Seniors have happy last hurrah in front of wild home crowd
-Letter perfect
-Postgame report
-Defense does the job
-Game stats

Second-half comeback lifts Memphis over Golden Eagles
Mobile Register

USM enduring high schools' wrath
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger (late)

-Memphis 30, Southern Miss 26
-C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament Opening Round: Saint Louis and Charlotte Advance to Semifinals
-UAB Defeats Wake Forest in First Round of NCAA Women's Soccer Tournement
-USF Men's Basketball Player Diagnosed with Cancer

Matchups from USA Today
-Houston at Alabama-Birmingham
-East Carolina at South Florida
-Army at Tulane
-Marshall at Bowling Green
-Central Florida at Ball State
-Tulsa at Louisiana Tech
-Rice at Texas El Paso

Cancer Diagnosis Sidelines USF Senior Guard
Tampa Tribune

USF senior diagnosed with cancer
St Petersburg Times

Houston At UAB
Houston Chronicle

Blazers try to 'right ship' in final home game of '04
Birmingham Post-Herald

Army set to catch next Wave
Hudson Valley (NY) Times Herald-Record

Wave eyes another victory
New Orleans Times-Picayune

UCF at Ball State- Can Golden Knights end streak at 13?
Orlando Sentinel

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Let's make those votes public

23rd-ranked Miners not overlooking speedy Owls
El Paso Times

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Conference USA Men's Basketball Outlook
-Withers ready to make move

From the St Louis Post Dispatch
-Soderberg molds vision for Billikens
-IN DEFENSE- Bryant needs to guard to thrive
-QUICK HITS- St. Louis U. Basketball
-Bryant will miss final exhibition

Pitino lauds his 'best' recruiting class ever
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Pitino high on seven-man class
-Pitino vows halftime action will be furious
-Crum can tell Paterno values of retirement

MU signs rising stars
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Benching creates 'a sense of urgency' in Eagles' win
Hattiesburg American

UNCG, UNCC land local prep stars
Winston Salem Journal

November 12, 2004

Football Friday Night
Southern Mississippi at Memphis - 8:00 PM espn

Fearless predictions from College Football News
So Miss at Memphis
-Army at Tulane

USM up against a train
Mobile Register

Eagles will face strong offense at Memphis
Biloxi Sun-Herald

USM coaches want 'light bulb' to go off
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Hattiesburg American
-Eagles ready to hit the field
-Palmer signs locals

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers vs. Southern Miss- Game preview
-Proof positive
-Conference USA rankings
-C-USA notebook- No 'D' in Conference USA
-Meet the U of M seniors
-Receiver White looks to bounce back from shutout
-Only memory can catch the greats
-Dorsey does job on the glass as Tigers open by throttling Savannah State
-Transition game
-U of M Postgame

From the Birmingham News
-Blazers regrouped and ready

Oh, what a tangled Web UAB weaves
Birmingham Post-Herald

Fisher Admits To Lie
Tampa Tribune

Army's Alexander seeks strong finish
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Coach struggles to right the Frogs
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Petrino's one tough man to please
Louisville Courier-Journal

Conference USA commissioner anxious for UTEP to join league
El Paso Times

-Vitale- Eustachy & Co. get second chance
-Vitale- Calipari sold on Carney, Tigers

-2004 Conference USA Men's Soccer Tournament Postponed Due to Severe Weather
-Louisville's LeFors Named Semifinalist for Davey O'Brien Award
-UAB Women's Soccer Set To Make NCAA Tournament Debut

November 11, 2004

-2004 Conference USA Men's Soccer Tournament
-Preseason Men's Basketball Notebook
-Conference USA Football Notebook
-C-USA Trio on The Sporting News' Top 30 List

LeFors, Louisville Level TCU, 55-28

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
Cards cook Horned Frogs
-Cards have completed Payback Tour
-Notebook- Sacks key as Cards get 'D' back
-Cardinals importing basketball talent, too

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Lighting it up and up
-Cards in a Wednesday night rout

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
Frogs QB receives rude welcome back
-TCU baseball team lands seven as early signing gets under way

Louisville slugged- TCU tumbles, 55-28
Dallas Morning News

USM offense has to step up
Mobile Register

From the Hattiesburg American
-Overby gets his turn as a starter
-Eustachy says Eagles need more intensity

From the Birmingham News
-Houston surging despite (or because of) injuries
-Blazers to test drive newcomers

UAB players say 'high spirit' is back as year winds down
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the New Orleans Times-Picauyne
-Cincinnati snaps to attention
-TU's Dawson able to exceed expectations

Army LB top tackler in Div. I-A
Hudson Valley (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record

UC football team looking more like C-USA contender
UC News-Record

Price performs Miner miracle in first year
Houston Chronicle

Pulling Rank- Much is expected of Lutz, 49ers
Winston Salem Journal

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Locals missing from Tigers' starting five
-Burger magnate cooks up support

Lisch, Liddell are signed
St Louis Post Dispatch

Crean happy with tune-up
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Eustachy signs one player at start of early signing period
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the El Paso Times
-UTEP men roll to easy opening win
-UTEP season ticket sales already above early projections

USF Signs Brandon Standout Cann
Tampa Tribune

November 10, 2004

Texas Christian at Louisville (14) - 7:30pm espn

TCU coach wants sacks, 'violence'
Dallas Morning News

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Fresh Shelton ready for TCU
-TCU (4-4, 2-3) at U of L (6-1, 4-0)
-Pitino expected to get 7 early Christmas gifts

Leavitt mourns man who got him started
St Petersburg Times

From the Tampa Tribune
-Peyton, Chambers Making Easy Transition
-Fisher Clears One Hurdle, Hopes To Return To Bulls

Meeting helps ease tensions
Birmingham News

Cougars have a winning attitude
Birmingham Post-Herald

TU looks to stop trend
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-For Scherers, coaching is the tie that bonds
-U of M notebook- Tiger seniors to be playing home finale
-Tigers await word from commitments

UH Notebook- UH-Prairie View would benefit both
Houston Chronicle

Bowl Projections

2004 Conference USA Men's Soccer Tournament

November 9, 2004

-Conference USA Football Notebook
-UAB earns bid to NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament
-Volleyball Notebook
-C-USA Men's Soccer Notebook

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-U of L has score to settle
-Cards' Johnson out for season
-U of L's LeFors for LeHeisman- He's LeGitimate

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs majoring in history
-Cincinnati not bowled over yet

Brown shuffles staff to help defense
Birmingham News

Bowl bid now in jeopardy for UAB
Birmingham Post-Herald

TU's defensive line rises to the occasion
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
Wounded Eagles need to make speedy recovery
Almond's return predictably rusty

Lutz worries about results, not rankings
Charlotte Observer

Hicks, Maxiell outmuscle NKU
Cincinnati Enquirer

Bearcats Hicks, Maxiell play big in front court
Cincinnati Post

November 8, 2004

C-USA Roundup
College Football News

Around Conference USA
USA Today

From the Louisville Courier- Journal
With Southern Miss' loss, Cards control own destiny
Cardinals reach record high, jump to No. 12

TU's offense, defense garner top marks
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU Football Notes
BCS poll just a beauty pageant
-Non-BCS: Utes' bid could be in a fade pattern

BG hot as Marshall clings to postseason aspirations
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Memphis Is Top Seed in 2004 C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament

Bearcats can put exhibitions to good use
Cincinnati Enquirer

Diener is point man for MU
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel