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East Carolina


Conference USA

February 27, 2005

-AP: Houston free throws snuff big ECU comeback - 02.27
Bonesville Bytes: ECU-Houston postgame interviews - 02.27
-Bonesville Box Score: ECU 13, N.C. State 1 - 02.27
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.27
— Merritt makes splash at C-USA Indoor meet
— C-USA roundup: 49ers, Cards on collision course
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV
Bonesville: Live Audio of ECU-Citadel baseball games - 02.27

-Pirates Fall To Houston In Home Finale
-Flye, Pirates Overwhelm Wolfpack, 13-1
-ECU Men Fourth, Women Eighth at C-USA Indoor Championships
-Softball Wins Two On Day Two Of Seahawk Classic
-Lady Pirates Fall To Charlotte In Season Finale, 68-66
-Women's Tennis Splits Two Matches Over Weekend

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Houston spoils last home game for Badiane, Herrion
-ECU's Merritt collects more track accolades
-Lady Pirates' five seniors succumb to Charlotte rally
-Diamond Bucs cruise to win over Wolfpack

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates' comeback falls short
-Lady Pirates fall short of win against Charlotte

ECU rolls past N.C. State
Raleigh News & Observer

Houston Knocks Off East Carolina, 76-72

Cougar men defeat East Carolina
Houston Chronicle

East Carolina Defeats NC State Baseball, 13-1

From the Citadel Athletics
-Game Times Changed in Games 5 and 6 of the Homewood Suites Shootout presented by The Charleston Crab House
-The Citadel Run Rules West Virginia, 11-1

February 26, 2005

-Ron Cherubini: Pirate Time Machine No. 34 - 02.26
— Wayne Lineberry: Throwback Pirate finally coming home
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.26
— Hapless Campbell searching for end to futility
— Suspended players off Tar Heel football team
Conference USA standings, scores, schedule & TV
Bonesville: Live Audio of ECU baseball, basketball games - 02.26
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 02.26

Women: Charlotte at ECU (2pm)
Men: Houston at ECU (7pm)
UH Game Notes | ECU Game Notes
ECU Audio | UH Audio | Gametracker

-ECU Hosts Houston In Home Finale Saturday Night
-Men's Basketball Finale Tabbed As "Group Night"
-ECU Track Completes First Day of C-USA Indoor Championships
-ECU Crushes West Virginia, 13-2
-Women's Basketball Hosts In-State Rival Charlotte on Senior Day
-Softball Wins Two On First Day Of Seahawk Classic
-Men's Tennis Downs Saint Louis In Fort Worth
-Chris Rushing Named New Head Volleyball Coach At ECU
-Men's Soccer Announces Five Commitments For 2005 Season

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Bidding farewell
-ECU throwers have big day at C-USA Track and Field Championship meet
East Carolina pummels the Mountaineers at Shootout
-Lady Pirates saying goodbye to five seniors

Baseball- WVU Drops Tournament Opener

Pirates open Holtz era with Duke
Kinston Free Press

American teenager Merritt seeks to exploit genetic gift
Daily Times - Pakistan

February 25, 2005

-Woody Peele: Woody's Ramblings - 02.25
— Nothing new under the sun at ECU
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.25
— WVU, new league foes spice up ECU football slate
— High-flying Charlotte ready for Southern Miss
— Marquette gets sour taste of life without Diener
Conference USA standings, scores, schedule & TV
Bonesville Bytes: ECU-USM postgame interviews - 02.25
Bonesville: Live Audio of today's ECU baseball game - 02.25
WGHB: Bill Herrion Show - 02.25
WGHB: Live@5 - 02.25
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar - 02.25
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 02.25

-Pirates Travel To S.C. For The Third Consecutive Weekend
-Swimming, Diving Complete Day Two Of C-USA Championship
-ECU Releases 2005 Football Schedule

ECU heads back to Pamlico state
Kinston Free Press

Baseball- WVU Set for East Carolina

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Winning boosts Pirate baseball
-East Carolina football makes 2005 schedule official
-Lawyer for ECU is latest to leave

ECU likely first-round foe for Lady Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

February 24, 2005

-Al Myatt: View from the East - 02.24
— "What you see is what you get"
Pirates take care of business for departing coach - 02.24
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.24
— C-USA roundup: Charlotte gains share of first place
— Tough 'break' in practice ends Diener's season
Conference USA standings, scores, schedule & TV
WGHB: Live@5 - 02.24
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 02.24

-Men's Basketball Cruises By Southern Miss
-Kevin Rhodes Named to Stopper Of The Year Award Watch List
Pirate Swimmers Set Records On Day One Of C-USA Championship
-ECU Student-Athletes Honored For Academic Performance
-Dr. Frederick Niswander Recognized By Conference USA

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Back to business- ECU wins in wake of Herrion's dismissal
-Herrion won't take spot as fund-raiser
-Niswander recognized by C-USA
-Ballard outlines his goals for ECU

ECU can at least be like Tigers
Raleigh News & Observer

ECU gets win over So. Miss
New Bern Sun Journal

Rouse, Pirates down Southern Miss
Kinston Free Press

Pirates outshoot USM
Biloxi Sun-Herald

Basketball Loses At East Carolina, 77-66

From the East Carolinian
-Emotional night capped off by Pirate victory
-Maniacs enjoy home win, honor Herrion
-Holland made the right decision...again
-Herrion takes slap in the face

Linkmeister Note: ECU Football Schedule 
Sep. 3: DUKE
Sep. 17: at Wake Forest
Sep. 24: at West Virginia
Oct. 1: Southern Miss
Oct. 8: RICE
Oct. 15: at SMU
Oct. 22: at Memphis
Oct. 29: UCF
Nov. 12: at Tulsa
Nov. 19: at Marshall
Nov. 26: UAB
Home games in BOLD

February 23, 2005

-Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 02.23
— Herrion deserved another year
-Bonesville: Herrion era ending - 02.23
ECU coach ousted - 02.23
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.23
— No. 21 Charlotte hosts Memphis in pivotal league matchup
— Diener, DePaul prevail over South Florida
Conference USA standings, scores, schedule & TV
WGHB: Live@5 - 02.23
WGHB: Press Box - 02.23
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 02.23
WNCT: Brian Bailey Show - 02.23

-ECU Confirms Meeting With Basketball Coach Bill Herrion
-ECU Tops Coastal Carolina In Men's Tennis Action
-Lady Pirate Golf Claims Second At Papa John's Collegiate
-Diane Parker Named to Conference USA All-Decade Team

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Holland asks Herrion to relinquish duties
-Herrion not expected to return as ECU basketball coach
-Players surprised by move
-ECU tries to regroup for Eagles
-Shelton to take new role at ECU

After 69-96 mark, ECU coach asked to leave sideline
Washington Daily News

From the Kinston Free Press
-East Carolina fires Herrion; he will finish season
-This was an easy decision for Holland

Herrion is ousted as coach of ECU Pirates
Winston Salem Journal

Herrion will be replaced
Raleigh News & Observer

ECU's Herrion out as men's basketball coach, will finish season
New Bern Sun Journal

ECU removes Herrion from court
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Last chance for Southern Miss
Biloxi Sun-Herald

Basketball Begins Two-Game Road Swing At East Carolina

February 22, 2005

-Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 230 - 02.22
— Expanded season in ECU's best interests
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.22
— State turns defense over to former Syracuse assistant
— Mountain West adopts instant replay for 2005
Louisville, Charlotte advance in AP hoops poll
WGHB: Live@5 - 02.22
WGHB: Sportsline - 02.22
WGHB: Locker Room - 02.22
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 02.22
WNCT: Sports Verdict - 02.22

-Mike Flye Named C-USA Pitcher Of The Week
-So Fast, So Young - East Carolina's LaShawn Merritt
-Women's Golf In Fifth With One Round Remaining At Papa John's Collegiate

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU's Flye earns C-USA honors
-University names provost, vice chancellor finalists

From the East Carolinian
-Pirates fall to Bulls once again
-Pirates throttle No. 21 Clemson
-ECU softball comes up short in Pirate Classic

February 21, 2005
Presidents Day

-Al Myatt: View from the East - 02.21
— ECU next stop on coach's '2nd chance' tour
-Bonesville Box Score: ECU 10, Clemson 0 - 02.21
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.21
— Fourth-and-10 for legislator's anti-BCS bill
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV

-Pirates Dominate No. 21 Clemson, Win 10-0
-Lind and East Carolina Tied For First At Papa John's Collegiate
-College Of Charleston Edges ECU 7-6 In Softball Tourney Title Game
-TCU Too Much For Lady Pirates Basketball 66-41

East Carolina Cruises to 10-0 Win Over #21 Clemson Sunday

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Flye, Pirates blank Clemson in Beach Tournament finale
-Cougs edge Pirates for tourney title
-Irvin leads TCU past ECU, 66-41
-Three texts on presidents by ECU professors aimed for release later this year

ECU baseball knocks off No. 21 Clemson
New Bern Sun-Journal

Pirates blank Clemson for second straight win
Kinston Free Press

Pirates roll over Tigers in beach tourney
Washington Daily News

Pirates plunder Tigers’ pitchers
Columbia (SC) The State

Pirates ride big inning to victory over WVU
Myrtle Beach Sun-News (late)

Lady Frogs Roll Past Pirates, 66-41

TCU women keep hopping at home with 66-41 win
Dallas Morning News

Lady Frogs solve the zone
Ft Worth Star Telegram


February 27, 2005

From the Columbia (SC) The State
The answer is blowing in the wind
-Gregg Marshall- A lasting impression

Gardner-Webb gets Atlantic Sun's top seed
Charlotte Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Wolfpack 'sees the light'
-Devils survive Storm
-McCants won't play today
-Pack wins Collins battle this time

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Devils escape from New York
-N.C. State 74, Virginia Tech 54
-Wolfpack aces crucial test
-Shorthanded Heels brace for Terps' best shot

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Pack boosts hopes
-Elon surprises Appalachian
-Deacs expect improved Cavs
-Williams adjusting well in first year at UNC
-State/Area Roundup
-No Choice- Panthers had to cut Moose loose

From the Wilmington Star News
-UNCW blows big lead late at VCU
-UNCW falls short in pitchers' duel

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers need a big win
-USC takes on Gators
-USC picks stadium site
-Gamecocks pound Niagara, 19-1
-Tigers beat Irvine again

February 26, 2005

NC State Baseball Cruises Past The Citadel, 10-3

Chalk up one for Clemson- Freshman leads Clemson past No. 18 UC Irvine
Anderson Independent

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers nip UC-Irvine
-USC wins No. 7

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Two Heels kicked off team
-Duke assistant to face former team today
-McCants still sidelined

Pair off UNC team
Raleigh News & Observer

UNCG journeys to Cullowhee with eyes on the bye
Greensboro News-Record

Making their case ... on the court
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Danelius remains 'mystery' Deacon
-Mountaineers have eyes on first-round bye in tournament
-Thomas, Bowman are dismissed from football team by Bunting
-Panthers drop Muhammad, their all-time receiving leader
-The Bulgarian Connection- Wolfpack's Evtimov finds time to share with 'little brother' from his native country

NFL/Mohammad: This parting is painful, unavoidable
Charlotte Observer

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Little ball goes long way for Tigers
-Pearce’s return a happy one
-Eight-run burst lifts Coastal

February 25, 2005

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Dockery out indefinitely, McCants questionable for Sunday
-ACC schedule spurns rivals
-Redick vs. Felton no easy call

NC State Baseball Takes Winning Streak On The Road

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Dockery latest Devil shelved
-ACC hoops schedule OK
-Pack football loses two
-Colonel, Coach K form special bond
-Tar Heels' McCants still out
-UNC spring football

From the Greenville (SC) News
-NIT-picking for Tigers?
Six USC players reinstated

Forgive them for passing on hot dogs
Columbia (SC) The State

Clemson's ACC slate set to '07-'08
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

February 24, 2005

Melchionni bails out Duke
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Deacs dispatch Longwood
-Even as No. 1s, Charlotte could have Wake, UNC

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Gamecocks fall, dampen NCAA hopes
AD job not for Tanner
-Phillips explains letter
-Charleston trips Paladins in OT

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Big plays help Duke write better ending
-Deacons barely break sweat
-McCants' return still uncertain

Deacons too much for Lancers
Winston Salem Journal

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Gamecocks come out flat in Knoxville
-Tanner withdraws from USC AD race

From the Charlotte Observer
-Winthrop gets scare in win at VMI
-Local 'Idol' out

Seahawks survive
Wilmington Star News

February 23, 2005

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Tar Heels thump Pack, spread lead over Deacons
-Despite victory, Tar Heels know they miss McCants
-Felton sizzles against Pack
-Blue Devils know value of unsung reserve players
-Strong second half lifts Eagles over Rams
-NCCU men handed worst loss of season

Ford leads Tigers past Terrapins
Anderson Independent

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers nail Terps again
-Test time for USC
-Paladins aim to step up

From the Greensboro News-Record
-ACC-Big Ten series modified, extended
-Deacons tune up with tone-deaf Longwood

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Big Ten and ACC to meet more
-Heels are tough enough
-Pack's hopes fading
-McCants forced to sit out
-Scott a hit while filling in for McCants
-Longwood faces long odds today
-Duke has grit in reserve
-Bobcats owner may offer guarantee

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Lancers coach upbeat in spite of record of 17 straight losses
-Heels feeling fine
-Blue Devils to face some road tests in remaining games
-Seniors boost Mountaineers to victory
-Hot Rams shoot down Eagles
-Wise- Owls made smart choice by hiring Staley

From Columbia (SC) The State
-Fear the tiger
-Strength coach has orders from Spurrier to build a stronger, faster Gamecock

From the Charlotte Observer
-Bobcats expect to add shooting guard
-Smart re-signs with Panthers
-Preps: Sources- Knotts to get Patriots offer

February 22, 2005

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Wolfpack needs win tonight
-Redick gets the start, and starts off the big win
-Wake's defense a cause for concern

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Sendek declines the 'gift' of hostility
-Pack picks Dunlap
-Slowing Heels is Pack's big task
-Heels have options if McCants can't play

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Wolfpack desperate for upset
-ACC signees producing solid senior seasons

From the Winston Salem Journal
-High Stakes- Hodge has shot at redemption
-Deacs eyeing rest of season
-Big Bonus- Deas' developing offensive game has helped Apps
-Panthers give Sauerbrun something to think about

Spurrier proves quite the recruiter
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Tigers look to bounce back against Terrapins
Greenville (SC) News

From Columbia (SC) The State
-USC battles back to beat Highlanders
-Staying away was not an option

From the Charlotte Observer
-What about Herb
-It'll take a long shot to knock Heels from 1st
-Offseason decisions loom for Panthers
-They're healed! Bobcats back to near full strength

February 21, 2005

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Odd starting lineup ignites Duke, Redick
-Win couldn't have come at a better time for Blue Devils
-Wake seniors denied win at Duke

From the Winston Salem Journal
-The Devils' advocate
-Deacons cast jaundiced eye at Devils' foul-happy lineup
-Crazy, Classic- New look, old result as Duke wins at home

Walk-on's play leaves Deacons 'curious'
Greensboro News-Record

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Devils rough up Deacons
-Think Duke was going to fold-
-New format helps ACC finalize basketball schedules
-For Wolfpack, it's all about winning
-Wolfpack sweeps away Aztecs

CCU sweeps through tourney
Myrtle Beach Sun-News

Baseball News from the
-East Carolina Cruises to 10-0 Win Over #21 Clemson Sunday
-#12 Texas A&M Defeats Wake Forest Baseball, 12-2
-Blue Devils Fall To Cincinnati, 6-3
-Terps Fall At UNC-Wilmington, 11-6, In Final Game Of Series
-No. 7 Carolina Rallies for Series Sweep of Seton Hall
-Wolfpack Rallies Past San Diego State, 9-4

Academic report gets a ‘C’ — for confusion
Columbia (SC) The State


February 27, 2005

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers fall apart
-All except the end
-Except for the ending, day perfect
-U of M Postgame
-'GameDay' visit fires up the faithful

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
Cards close with a vengeance
-Myles' play was just too good to ignore

Comeback Cards rally with defense
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From the Charlotte Observer
-Charlotte soars
-No. 21 Charlotte routs Southern Miss.

No. 21 Charlotte puts Southern Miss away
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Huggins mum on why Moore was sent home
-Muhammad back on his game

Cincy's sizzle cools off Horned Frogs
Dallas Morning News

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs miss chance to make case
-Horned Frogs ignite on offense

Resilient Billikens rally but fall short
St Louis Post-Dispatch

From the Tampa Tribune
-Dickson, USF Pummel UAB
-USF Walks Off With Sweep On Homer

Turnovers again bedevil Tulane
New Orleans Times-Picayune

UCF has share of A-Sun title
Orlando Sentinel

UTEP gets a red-hot SMU today
El Paso Times

February 26, 2005

Farrington, Vaclavik Pitch Baseball to Win over No. 2 LSU

Win-hungry UH bags a huge one against LSU
Houston Chronicle

Cards seek series split vs. Memphis
Lexington (KY) Herald-Journal

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Hear that buzz- Sounds like Tigers vs. Cardinals
-A red-hot rivalry
-Tigers vs. Louisville
-The 10 toughest losses
-Game by game
-U of M fans have their favorites, too

Put up or shutup time is here
Louisville Courier-Journal

1977 team set bar high for 49ers
Charlotte Observer

-Willard Helps Charlotte Power Past TTU
-GAME NOTES- #21 Charlotte Hosts Southern Miss

Southern Miss vs. No. 21 Charlotte
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

-Tulane-LSU Baseball Game to Be Televised on ESPN2
-Host Cougars On Top Of Both Men's and Women's Team Standings After Day One Of C-USA Indoor Track and Field Championship
-2005 C-USA Women's Swimming & Diving Championship and Men's Invitational: Day Three Results
-Men's Basketball Notebook

Blazers' Little emerges from bench, shines
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Green Wave freshmen make strides
-Wave remains perfect; LSU falls to Houston
-Tulane-LSU game will be aired nationally by ESPN2

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Frogs hope this is a banner year
-TCU running game key to win

Williams enjoying stretch run
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the St Louis Post Dispatch
-The Billikens are intent on picking up the pace
-Game Day- SLU at DePaul
-C-USA Notebook- Memphis has uphill fight for NCAA berth

Miners lock up second place
El Paso Times

February 25, 2005

From the College Football News
-C-USA spring lookaheads
-Top storylines
-C-USA schedules

Bearcats hold off Marquette
Cincinnati Enquirer

Marquette struggles without Diener
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Houston Set to Host No. 2 LSU in Weekend Series

49ers go to tape for video review
Charlotte Observer

From the Birmingham News
-Blazers break Bama's hold
-Blazers turn to youth as injuries stack up

Blazers snap 'February badness' with road victory over St. Louis
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
Tigers send tape to league
-A mound of opportunities

Cards refreshed and retooled
Louisville Courier-Journal

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Tulane to open football season with televised game
-Hitting is in 'eye' of the beholder

From the Houston Chronicle
-UH Notebook- Winslow plugged in to aid area schools
-Harris closing in on Rice scoring, rebounding records

Conference shake-ups affect UCF membership
Orlando Sentinel

SMU players, coaches see signs of improvement
Dallas Morning News

February 24, 2005

-Day One: C-USA Women's Swimming and Diving Championship and Men's Invitational
-C-USA Announces Women's Track and Field All-Decade Awards
-C-USA Releases Men's Track & Field All-Decade Awards

Diener out for season after breaking fingers
Fox Sports

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
-Diener falls into MU history
-By George, Thompson was pulling for Diener
-Preview- Marquette vs. Cincinnati

From the Cincinnati Post
-7 league teams look for bids
-Muhammad receives coach's backing

UC has seen last of Diener
Cincinnati Enquirer

Diener's career finished at Marquette
Chicago Sun-Times

From the Charlotte Observer
-Basden delivers win for Charlotte
-Basden should be C-USA Player of Year

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers will play 2 home games on national TV
-Charlotte's ace seals win with clutch play
-U of M Postgame

-No. 21 49ers Pull Out Victory Over Memphis, 80-77
-Niners Erupt for Seven Runs in Fifth to Down Longwood

-Tigers Fall To No. 21 Charlotte In Close Battle, 80-77
Tigers Release Football Schedule

-TCU Overcomes Free Throw Woes in Win Over Tulane
-Top-Ranked Baseball Team Heads West For Weekend At Pepperdine

Miscues, fouls sink Tulane against TCU
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Santee clued in to lead Frogs' 2nd-half surge
Ft Worth Star Telegram

TCU Downs Tulane, 77-63

From the Dallas Morning News
-TCU men defeat Tulane, 77-63
-SMU opens with three of first four at home

USF Recruit Charged With Misdemeanor
Tampa Tribune

-UAB Snaps Skid With 64-62 Win At Saint Louis
-Baseball Game Against Alabama Postponed Until Thursday

Billikens Fall To Blazers, 64-62

Billikens again just get close
St Louis Post Dispatch

Blazers 'enthusiastic' about rebuilding
Birmingham Post-Dispatch

Four of First Seven Games At "The Rock" To Open Season and Trips to Alabama, N.C. State and Marshall Highlight the 2005 Football Slate

Early Television Appearances Highlight Cougars Schedule

Herd ’05 football dates set
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Knights like their '05 schedule
Orlando Sentinel

Cardinal Nine Rallies for Win

USF Baseball Does Enough to Win 3-2 at Jacksonville

February 23, 2005

-Indoor Track and Field Notebook: Championship Preview
-C-USA Announces Swimming and Diving All-Decade Awards
-2005 C-USA Women's Swimming & Diving Championship and Men's Invitational Preview

USM's Eustachy remains committed to system
Hattiesburg American

Sam Houston State Hands Frogs 12-6 Loss

Frogs need help for an at-large bid
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Biloxi Sun-Herald
-Lack of pitching costs Southern Miss
-South Alabama 9, Southern Miss. 6

South Alabama Uses Four-Run Seventh inning To Down Golden Eagles, 9-6

Baseball Falls Again to Rice in Extra Innings

From the Houston Chronicle
-Owls use UH errors to win in 10 innings
-UH Notebook- Winslow plugged in to aid area schools

Baseball to Spend Weekend in Omaha

From the St Louis Post-Dispatch
-Bryant's return bolsters Billikens
-Game Day- SLU vs. UAB

Wave on bubble for league tourney
New Orleans Times-Picayune

-Key Game On Tap for Men's Hoops
-Tulane Opens 2005 Spring Football Workouts

From the Birmingham News
-Backfield ready to bloom for another Blazer spring
-Blazers' Lewis is questionable

UAB Football Team Begins Spring Practice

Tigers need big effort vs. 49ers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

49ers' Basden draws raves
Charlotte Observer

CUSA- Charlotte's Basden a threat
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Bearcats Close Homestand vs. Marquette

DePaul has plenty in reserve to make South Florida dizzy
Chicago Sun-Times

Burns heats up the Demons
Chicago Tribune

USF Can't Sneak Up On DePaul
Tampa Tribune

From the St Petersburg Times
-DePaul's second chances beat USF
USF star recruit charged

Lack of reaction to Fowler's 'fibs' raises questions
Orlando Sentinel

February 22, 2005

-Men's Basketball Notebook
-Women's Basketball Notebook
-Baseball Notebook
-Baseball Players of the Week
-Softball Notebook

C-USA Rankings
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Around Conference USA
USA Today

Hot Memphis might make RPI talk moot
Charlotte Observer

If it's February, Tigers must be winning
Memphis Commercial Appeal

BCS backers forward flawed defense

-2005 Baseball Season Ticket Sales Show Increase
-Baseball Hosts South Alabama On Tuesday

Eagles put on power show
Hattiesburg American

Eustachy firm in his belief USM will prevail
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Baseball Looks to Even Sterling Bank Silver Glove Series

Tracking The Top 25
Baseball America

-Frogs hold steady in polls
-No. 24 Frogs Head To Huntsville

Wave staff will keep close eye on Ricard's wrist
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Lots of questions for Blazers
Birmingham News

Blazer Football Team Opens Spring Football Practice Tuesday

Margin of error is now gone for UAB
Birmingham Post-Herald

UC basketball
Cincinnati Enquirer

Being the fall guy works for George
Louisville Courier-Journal

South Florida at DePaul
Tampa Tribune

UCF wins 1, has 2 games to go
Orlando Sentinel

Free throws give UTEP advantage over Hawaii
El Paso Times

February 21, 2005

-Weekend Baseball Roundup
-Men's Basketball Weekend Recap
-Women's Basketball Weekend Recap
-DePaul Wins Regular Season Women's Basketball Championship
-Record 10 C-USA Men's Basketball Players Named to 2005 NABC All-District Teams

Eagles' shots wound punchless Demons
Chicago Tribune

From the Chicago Sun-Times
-No eye in this team- Demons fail to spot Greer
-Lethargic DePaul comes up empty

Cards take flight late
Louisville Courier-Journal

Cards get much-needed blowout
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

SLU's Soderberg erupts in first half, Louisville in second
St Louis Post-DispatchNo.1 Tulane Completes Sweep of No. 11 Arizona State With 9-3 Win

Tulane dominates Sun Devils again
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Frogs Take Series, Win Game Three 7-3

Baseball Sweeps Marshall With 17-4 Victory In Series Finale

Southern Miss buries Marshall 17-4 under 5-homer barrage
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Southern Miss routs Herd in baseball, 17-4
Charleston (WV) Herald-Dispatch

UAB Completes Sweep of Central Michigan, 7-2

Bearcats Finish Sweep Of Duke, 6-3

UH self-destructs against Pepperdine
Houston Chronicle

Baseball Falls in Series Finale to Pepperdine

Kent State Foils Cardinal Sweep

Bulls Avoid Sweep Against Eastern Michigan With Brilliant Pitching

Irish use 3-run 6th to overcome Knights
Orlando Sentinel

Miners get little rest after loss
El Paso Times