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March 6, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Thad Mumau: Hoops Recruiting Report - 03.06
— Transition muddies picture on Florida target
-Bonesville: ECU's season, Herrion's tenure end in Big Easy - 03.06
-Bonesville Box Score: Arizona State 10, ECU 3 - 03.06
Bonesville: ECU vs. Georgia Game Day Audio Streams - 03.06
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 03.06
— C-USA Roundup: Cards buck trend on day of upsets
—
C-USA Final Regular Season Hoops Standings

From ecupirates.com
-Wolverines, Buckeyes and Sun Devils Victorious on Day Two of the Classic
-Pirates' Season Ends At Tulane
-Pirates Split on Day Two of Hampton Inn Pirate Clash

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Loss to Tulane keeps Pirates out of tournament, closes their season
-Rough start dooms ECU against Arizona State at LeClair Classic
-ECU researchers study snakebite first aid options

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates' batters chilled by Sun Devils
-Former Pirate Willis always happy to play
-Creative thinking

Diamond Pirates fall to Sun Devils
Kinston Free Press

2 homers help ASU topple E. Carolina
Arizona Republic

Sun Devils Use Fast Start To Put Away East Carolina, 10-3
collegesports.com

Devils Use Early Lead to Route Pirates
Devil Digest

Tulane makes C-USA tourney
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Men's Basketball Advances to C-USA Tournament With Win Over East Carolina
tulanegreenwave.com

Interview with Clyde Simms
Greensboro News-Record

March 5, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Woody Peele: Woody's Ramblings - 03.05
— CLS a fitting testament to rise of program
-Bonesville Box Score: ECU 2, Michigan 1 - 03.05
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 03.05
— Last chance for Cardinals to earn an outright title
—
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV
— SEC football to use instant replay next season
Bonesville: Live Audio of ECU-ASU baseball games - 03.05
WNCT: Talk of the Town Special Edition - 03.05

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Beat Michigan 2-1 at Clark-LeClair Stadium Opener
-Harrell Tosses No-Hitter on Day One of Hampton Inn Pirate Clash
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Season Comes Down To Saturday Night's Game Against Tulane

Basketball Saturday
East Carolina (8pm et) - New Orleans, LA
-ECU Game Notes | Gametracker
ECU Audio

Playoffs Come Early for Tulane Hoops
tulanegreenwave.com

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Wave faces must-win situation
-EAST CAROLINA AT TULANE

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Merritt hits finish line with Pirates
-Connelly shines for Pirates, tosses gem against Wolverines
-Taking the field
-ECU men face Wave in must-win
-Pirates rolling at Clash
-Georgia, Arizona St. victorious at Classic
-Download a full-size copy of Friday's poster page (.pdf)
-It's a hit- Record crowd witnesses Pirate win at new digs
-Hopefuls talk plans for ECU at forums
-Finalists set to visit ECU for diversity post

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates christen new stadium with a victory
-This baby is beautiful
- LeClair makes special appearance

Opening in style
New Bern Sun-Journal

From the Kinston Free Press
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ECU opens Clark-LeClair Stadium with dramatic win
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LeClair earned right to have his name on this palace
-Stadium impresses Lenoir County fans
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It's all or nothing for Pirates and Green Wave tonight

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Pirates deliver victory on emotional day
-More Keith LeClair- UNC takes 1st loss

Baseball Edged by Host Pirates in Tournament Opener
mugoblue.com

Baseball Scratches Out 4-3 Win In 11 Innings Over No. 4 North Carolina
thesundevils.com

Baseball: ASU to finish rough stretch
ASU Web Devil

Tournaments highlight strong weekend
Baseball America/espn.com (late)

Football Opponent: Mountaineers face early challenge in football
Charleston (WV) Gazette

March 4, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Al Myatt: View from the East - 03.04
— Grand new facility beats the clock
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 03.04
— ECU sprint sensation speeds to the big bucks
— Cards thump 49ers to nail down tourney's top seed
—
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV
— Spurrier lays down law on behavior at USC
Bonesville Audio: Skip Holtz pre-spring media briefing - 03.04
WGHB: Bill Herrion Show - 03.04
WGHB: Live @ 5 - 03.04
WGHB: Skip Holtz media briefing - 03.04
WGHB: The Dugout - 03.04
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar - 03.04
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 03.04

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Opens Clark-LeClair Stadium With The Second Annual Keith LeClair Classic
-Merritt Signs Professional Contract With Nike
-Women's Hoops Fall To Memphis In First Round Of C-USA Tourney

Join the First Annual Pirate Armada (today)
charlottepirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Diamond Bucs open new home
-$10 million ECU ballpark inauguration today
-Mathews to miss rest of season
-Memphis eliminates ECU women
-Holtz outlines plan for spring practice
-Recruit having second thoughts
-ECU names Wetherington interim university attorney

Pirates lose key starter
Kinston Free Press

Lady Tigers advance in C-USA
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Tulane To Battle ECU for Spot In C-USA Tourney
Tulane Insider

Lady Tigers advance in C-USA
Memphis Commercial Appeal

March 3, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 03.03
— City abuzz with coaching gossip
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 03.03
— Burglary rap adds to latest turmoil at South Carolina
— C-USA roundup: 49ers, Cards collide; SLU stuns Tigers
—
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV
WGHB: Live @ 5 and all of this week's programs - 03.03
WNCT: Talk of the Town and all of this week's programs - 03.03

Basketball -C-USA Women's Tournament
(8) Lady Pirates vs. (9) Memphis (1pm) - Charlotte, NC
Gametracker

Lady Tigers seek consistency
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Jackson Earns All-Conference Honors For Lady Pirate Hoopsters
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Clark-LeClair nears completion
-Pirates open tournament play against Memphis today
-Search for research head at ECU nearing close

Pirates prepare for LeClair Classic
The East Carolinian

From collegesports.com
-Arizona State: Baseball Faces Tough Road Games At Keith LeClair Classic
-Ohio State: Stiff Tests Await Buckeyes at ECU's Keith LeClair Classic

ECU Pirate Clash Up Next for Softball
herdzone.com

March 2, 2005

From Bonesville.net
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Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 03.02
— 'As the Pirate turns'
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 03.02
— Tulane, with an eye on ECU, faces Cincinnati
— South Carolina rushing star gets the boot
—
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV

Holland not standing still
Kinston Free Press

From ecupirates.com
-Lady Pirates Prepare To Face Memphis In C-USA Tournament
-Pirates Seeded 8th In C-USA Tournament
-Trade Mart And Wachovia To Sponsor Keith LeClair Classic

From the East Carolinian
-Herrion will be missed
-New medical building under construction

Baseball Opponent: Nine-Run Fifth Inning Rally Sparks St. John's Over Baseball Wolverines, 17-12
mgoblue.com

March 1, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 231 - 03.01
— Herrion improved hoops standing
-Bonesville: TH winds up e-exchange - 03.01
-AP: Academic hammer set to fall - 03.01
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 03.01
— Self-recrimination mounts for iconic Temple coach
— Louisville, Charlotte, Cincy climb in hoops poll
—
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV

From ecupirates.com
-Keith LeClair Classic Schedule And Information
-Former Lady Pirate Hoopster Inks Contract With Birmingham Power

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates' athletes making the grade
-AD hoped to shed light with response
-Simms signs with D.C. United

Henderson, Cowell to walk on at ECU
New Bern Sun Journal

From the East Carolinian
-Yes, Bill Herrion is an outstanding individual
-Heavy dissent between fans, Holland
-Merritt breezes by competition in Houston
-Late Pirate charge falls just short
-Pirates dominate Homewood Suites Shootout

For Cavs, No Two Ways About It- Virginia Implodes and Comes Up Short...
... behind the Cavaliers' bench were chanting, "ECU! ECU!," to Virginia Coach Pete Gillen, referring to the coaching vacancy at East Carolina.
Washington Post

February 28, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Al Myatt: View from the East - 02.28
— Criticism of Holland's methods off base
-Bonesville: Holland goes public with reply to acid e-mail - 02.28
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 02.28
— Mother nature stops baseball Pirates' weekend roll
— College baseball coach wins 1,400th game
—
C-USA basketball standings, scores, schedule & TV

From ecupirates.com
-Softball Wins Seahawk Classic
-ECU Swimming, Diving Come Up Short In C-USA Finals
-Men's Tennis Falls To Louisville And Memphis
-Final Two Games At The Homewood Suites Shootout Cancelled
-Go Pirates! (In response to letter)
-Former Pirate Clyde Simms Signs With D.C. United

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates reach critical week of long basketball campaign
-ECU's finale a wash

Women's Basketball to Face East Carolina in Opening Round of C-USA Championships
gotigersgo.com

 

March 6, 2005

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Duke, UNC looking past history
-Something's got to give
-Duke-UNC notebook- Williams not happy with home attendance

From the Charlotte Observer
-MARCH GOES ON
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Winthrop rejoices with NCAA return
-
Knights defense keeps bid from going to 'dogs

FSU has no answers in CIAA title game
Fayetteville Observer

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Jackets shut down Tigers
-It's hit or Ole Miss time

Purnell upbeat after bad outing
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

State's fate hangs on final date
Greensboro News-Record

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Hodge wants legacy of hard work, winning
-Hodge didn't get support
-Devils of improvisation
-CIAA heads west

Running off course
Columbia (SC) The State

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Crunch Time
-Deacons beat Cavaliers in baseball, will go for three-game sweep today
-Chattanooga downs UNCG for SoCon title

March 5, 2005

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Police still looking for USC player
-Eagles a big favorite in all-S.C. final

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Both Duke and UNC could get top seeds
-Duke-UNC notebook- Krzyzewski not optimistic about Dockery's return
-Blowout ends N.C. Central's season
-CIAA Roundup- FSU shocks another favorite

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Broncos reach CIAA title game
-Sendek wants easier route to NCAA tournament

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-UNC senior trio has seen it all
-McCants likely out for Duke
-Dockery not expected back this season

From the Charlotte Observer
-Not-so perfect ending
-Gardner-Webb gets title shot
-Rivalry, potential, happy QB
-Panthers re-sign special-teams ace

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Prosser- Deacons didn't set out to be No. 2 in ACC
-Despite legions of doubters, Sendek is safe as N.C. State's coach; NCAA bid is now the question
-Race for ACC crown has numerous permutations
-Chattanooga buries Appalachian
-Miller homers to lead Deacs by Cavs
-Panthers top Rams

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers take on Tech
-Pepperdine stops USC

High stakes in ACC showdown
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Clemson's veterans keeping their cool
Anderson Independent

UNCW-Mason have long history
Wilmington Star-News

March 4, 2005

From the Anderson Independent
-Spurrier left to clean up after Holtz at USC
-Thompson is out of sight
-Clemson's Taylor Harbin is emerging from the rest of the team's freshmen and is off to ... A Great Beginning

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Devils' Ewing shines
-Ewing shows up big on Senior Night
-Eagles bow out, likely will not get NCAA bid
-Sean May dominates in win over FSU

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Duke triumphs
-WSSU struggles in tourney opener
-Tough Mountaineers advance to semifinals

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Broncos ousts top-ranked Bulldogs
-Notebook- N.C. State boosts chances for NCAA bid

Panthers go deep to sign key pair
Charlotte Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-May's mighty night
-Devils roll over Miami
-Saying goodbye to the CIAA
-This time, Eagles get it wrong
-Firms make bid for NHL
-Hurricanes close The Eye at Crabtree

'A slap in the face-' Spurrier sends notice
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Attrition surprises Spurrier
Greenville (SC) News

March 3, 2005

Dramatic win helps Tigers improve NIT stock
Anderson Independent

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-N. Carolina St. 82, Virginia 72
-Ewing prepared for an emotional night
-McCants still sitting vs. Florida State
-Eagles knock out Virginia State

Students not the only crazies in Cameron Indoor Stadium
Washington Daily News

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Another burglary charge at USC
-Wofford remains 0-for-USC
-One and done for Wofford

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Dealing with the consequences
-Summers will still have his takers despite fall from grace at USC
-At top or bottom, Gregg a hit

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Duke's Ewing no stranger to sharing
-Latest chapter begins for UNCG's Hines

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs win No. 25
-Wolfpack defeats cold Cavs
-ASU advances in SoCon Tourney
-Duke will take on Miami tonight
-McKillop says numbers prove SoCon's true prowess
-Rams have large hopes with CIAA title in sight
-Bad Hornets get 94-85 victory over worse-yet Bobcats

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack keeps hope alive
-Deacs home free
-N.C. Central gets its victory
-McCants' mother battling breast cancer

From the Charlotte Observer
-Marshall consistent, has Eagles flying high
-2 USC players kicked off team

Lane produces when it counts
Wilmington Star News

March 2, 2005

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-ACC proves to be overrated
-Wake's Paul fights frustration
-The CIAA elevated
-Pack aims for right side of 8-8
-Baseball: Pack routs UNCG
-Big Four just fine

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Duke spring drills won't close with traditional contest
-NHL Board Says There Will Be Fall Hockey
-Smith sad to see Muhammad go, hesitant to assume leadership role

Wake seniors put team first
Greensboro News-Record

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs to play home finale
-Mountaineers seniors are adjusting to new roles
-CIAA Tourney: From Sow's Ear to Silk Purse

From the Anderson Independent
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A Senior-night slam
-Win worthy of NCAA, Tigers will take NIT

From the Columbia (SC) The State
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Dunk at buzzer revives Tigers
-Steve Spurrier doesn’t do lunch
-He’s needled a rival, wooed recruits, bought a home. Now, if only he could lose that ‘Old Ball Coach’ tag
-Winthrop gets past Chants

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Summers dismissed from Gamecocks
-'It was a dunk or nothing'

Baseball: Scouts expect ’Hawks to recover
Wilmington Star News

March 1, 2005

N.C. schools lacking in NCAA report
Greensboro News-Record

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Mountaineers are facing a difficult task
-CIAA Notebook
-Rams keep studying while away at tourney
-Bubble Busters- Virginia Tech's winding road to NCAA Tournament may already have far too many potholes

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-NCSU teams miss mark
-New kind of report card now
-Basic questions on NCAA standards
-Duke spring football begins today
-Heels hope McCants will play against Duke

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Atsur warming up at the right time
-Report cards- UNC, Duke OK; N.C. State low, but fine

Last chance for postseason play
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Clemson: Men's basketball team below NCAA academic progress standard
-S Carolina: Men's basketball scores below NCAA academic standard

Clemson, USC see some good, some bad in NCAA's findings
Anderson (SC) Independent

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Two USC players face court date today
-Dave Odom’s Sunday started early, under angry clouds and...
-USC earns split grades

UNCW shines in NCAA academic report
Wilmington Star News

Peete, lineman cut by Panthers
Charlotte Observer

February 28, 2005

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Heels grab big win
-'Living legend' inspires
-Wake Forest wears down Virginia
-Miller, Tar Heels sweep past BSU

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Deacs stomp Cavaliers
-The Target- Paul tired of hardball tactics
-May saves day for Tar Heels against Terps
-Back injury hasn't kept Appalachian's Smith from enjoying productive senior season

From the Anderson (SC) Independent
-USC Blows Lead, Perhaps Tourney Chances
-Tigers Keep Hope Alive

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tigers escape foul play
-Slipping away

Gamecocks remain unbeaten
Charlotte Observer

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Big second half lifts Tigers past Seminoles
-Perry's dunks came at good time for Tigers
-Florida gives USC fans no reason to celebrate

March to madness or sadness?
Charleston (SC) Post and Courier

From the Wilmington Star News
-UNCW bats come alive for win over UNCG
-3-pointers fueled VCU comeback

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Deacons get offensive in win over Cavaliers
-Richmond International Raceway owner Sawyer dies at 88

No clear favorite for men's CIAA title
Durham Herald-Sun

 

March 6, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-2005 Pepsi C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament - Championship Game
-Louisville Top Seed at 2005 Kelly Tires Conference USA Men's Basketball Tournament

USF pulls off huge upset
St Petersburg Times

USF Ends Its Top 25 Futility
Tampa Tribune

S. Florida deepens Charlotte's slump
Charlotte Observer

Offense Comes Alive As No. 1 Tulane Defeats Marist, 24-2
tulanegreenwave.com

From the News Orleans Times-Picayune
-Tulane routs Marist in 'complete' game
-Cannon to man Wave's middle

C-USA's last-place team rises to stun Frogs
Ft Worth Star Telegram

TCU men suffer shocking loss
Dallas Morning News

St. Louis 51, MU 39- Off the mark
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Billikens are half-bad but still win
St Louis Post-Dispatch

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cards' season looks as if it's only beginning
-O'Bannon continues torrid pace

DePaul setback a Cardinal grin
Chicago Sun-Times

O'Bannon continues torrid pace
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Golden Eagles able to hold heads high in season-ending victory
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the Hattiesburg American
-Seniors exit in style
-Southern Miss gets win over Indiana St.

Houston lets NCAA dreams fade with defeat
Houston Chronicle

McDonald leads Blazers despite grief
Birmingham News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-One more time
-Player shaken while offense doesn't stir
-New home no help for Tigers
-U of M Postgame
-Memphis outslugs Nicholls St.

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Bearcats miss Williams on court
-Bearcats' White blissfully oblivious

2-steppin' Knights
Orlando Sentinel

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Herd saves best for last
-Making the grade

Herd upends another rival
Charleston (WV) Gazette-Mail

Crowd gives UTEP show of thanks
El Paso Times

March 5, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-Men's Basketball Notebook
-2005 Pepsi Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament - Day Two
-2005 Pepsi C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament Television Information

Manzella's 10th Inning Grand Slam Lifts No. 1 Tulane Over Marist, 8-4
tulanegreenwave.com

Tulane stops Marist on slam
New Orleans Times-Picayune

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU's rally in 11th beats Manhattan
-TCU MEN AT SOUTHERN MISS

Senior night awaits 49ers -- again
Charlotte Observer

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Possible finale for old foes
-Conference notebooks

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-'Quiet success'
-Less than15,200 fans today will hurt rebate
-Tigers vs. No. 22 Cincinnati
-No quit in U of M's Barclay

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cardinals may make battle cry, 'We're No.2'
-Louisville at DePaul
-Ellis Myles- the a man in full

Demons hope to ride emotion to upset of Louisville
Chicago Sun-Times

Blazers go for 20 wins, tourney bye
Birmingham Post Herald

Beginning And End
Tampa Tribune

Seniors prepare for sendoff
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Haywood, Stiggers to bow out for Eagles
-Southern Miss vs. TCU

From the Houston Chronicle
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Cougars have plenty to play for, celebrate
-Roundup- Nebraska downs Rice

Defense helps UCF reach A-Sun final
Orlando Sentinel

SMU men topple Tulsa, 81-74
Dallas Morning News

Marshall finalizes football schedule
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

March 4, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
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Louisville Clinches At Least A Share of First Regular Season C-USA Title
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2005 Pepsi Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament - Day One

49ers had no answer for Louisville senior
Charlotte Observer

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Crowning achievement
-O'Bannon's growth was sight to behold

Charlotte KO'd by O'Bannon
Lexington (KY) Herald-Journal

No. 18 Charlotte Falls To No. 9 Louisville, 94-82
charlotte49ers.com

O'Bannon helps push Louisville past UNCC
Winston Salem Journal

From southernmiss.com
-Baseball Travels To Lamar For The Cardinal Classic
-Basketball Set To Host TCU On Saturday In Season Finale; $1 Tickets Available For Fan Appreciation Day

No. 25 TCU Looks To Extend Winning Steak
gofrogs.com

Blazers gather steam with tourney bye on the line
Birmingham News

Tulane relievers prove well-armed
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Diener's fire flares with season on line
Chicago Tribune

There's hope for UC's Williams
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Must-see TV- Tigers remain a good draw
-Loss to Billikens means no C-USA bye for U of M

March 3, 2005

Plenty at stake for Cards, 49ers
Louisville Courier-Journal

From the Charlotte Observer
-49ers get shot at league's top seed
-Charlotte, Louisville to puts stars on display
-Charlotte extends offer; Meier accepts
-Saint Louis dismisses coach after 10 seasons

Coaches not downplaying Charlotte-Louisville game
wkyt.com

'Special' group of Cards seeking special win
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

Pitino Previews U of L's Upcoming C-USA Home Game Against Charlotte
uoflsports.com

From slubillikens.com
-Billikens Shock Memphis, 70-61
-Billikens Fall at SEMO, 8-3

SLU edges into league tourney
St Louis Post-Dispatch

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Third straight Tiger defeat raises questions
-U of M Postgame
-Tiger starter tames Tennessee-Martin

From gotigersgo.com
-Tigers Fall To Saint Louis 70-61
-Pitching Leads Baseball to 4-1 Win at UT-Martin

Tulane Defeated By No. 22 Cincinnati, 77-56
tulanegreenwave.com

Muhammad Leads Bearcats To Senior Night Win
ucbearcats.com

Cougars Fall To Golden Eagles, 76-55
uhcougars.com

Marquette blasts Cougars
Houston Chronicle

MU 76, Houston 55- Fast start key
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

From uabsports.com
-Blazers Squeak Out Overtime Victory Over Blue Demons, 81-80
-Blazers Cruise Past Florida A&M, 8-3

`Squeaky' gives UAB the grease
Birmingham News

Diener can't save Demons in overtime loss
Chicago Sun Times

Blue Demons Fall in Overtime to UAB
depaulbluedemons.com

Frogs Dehorn Bulls 70-53 in Final Home Game of the Season
gofrogs.com

USF Downed By TCU, 70-53
gobulls.com

Bulls outshot, outmuscled to drop a notch in C-USA
St Petersburg Times

USF Isn't Laughing After Blowout Loss To TCU
Tampa Tribune

TCU men take down South Florida, 70-53
Dallas Morning News

On Senior Night, junior leads the way for TCU
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Releases Women's Basketball Postseason Awards
-Single Session Tickets On Sale for 2005 Kelly Tires Men's Basketball Tournament
-February Golfers of the Month

UCF stadium study nearing completion
Orlando Sentinel

March 2, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-Charlotte's Lutz Finalist For 2005 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year
-Marquette's Diener Named Finalist for Senior C.L.A.S.S. Award
-C-USA Announces Women's Basketball All-Decade Awards

From the Charlotte Observer
-Best of C-USA on the line
-Don't call us; we'll call you
-49ers star gets SI tout

Garcia-Basden duel could decide top C-USA honor
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From charlotte49ers.com
-GAME NOTES- #18 Charlotte Travels To #9 Louisville
-Steedley, Niners Shut Out N.C. A&T on the Road

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-No place like 'Home' tonight at U of L
-Nice ending for nice guy

Manzella's Three-Hit Attack Leads No. 1 Tulane Past UNO, 15-9
tulanegreenwave.com

Bowden Pitches Baseball To 5-2 Victory Over Southeastern Louisiana
southernmiss.com

Big Plays In Eighth Propel USF Baseball to Fifth Straight Win
gobulls.com

From gotigersgo.com
-Baseball Readies for First Road Test at UT-Martin
-Memphis Basketball Notes

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-U of M has passing mark
-Struggling Billikens a tricky foe

From the St Louis Post Dispatch
-Ohanon says SLU has been good home
-Game Day- SLU vs. Memphis
-C-USA Notebook- Memphis has uphill fight for NCAA berth

From uabsports.com
-Blazers Edge Florida A&M In Extra Innings, 6-5
-UAB Hosts DePaul In Final Regular Season Home Contest

Blazers chase C-USA first-round bye
Birmingham News

Men’s Basketball Set For Final Regular Season Road Game
depaulbluedemons.com

From ucbearcats.com
-Bearcats Face Tulane with Eye on Scoreboard
-Bearcats To Open Home Schedule With Cleveland State

Wednesday's Senior Night vs. USF Caps Men's Basketball Home Season
gofrogs.com

From the Tampa Tribune
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South Florida at TCU
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USF Starting LB Davis Suspended Indefinitely

From the Houston Chronicle
-Penders eager to talk about the Big Dance
-UH Notebook- 'Policemen' tactics from a different era

MU waits on young big men
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

March 1, 2005

Around Conference USA
USA Today

CUSA- Cards, 49ers for it all
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

From tulanegreenwave.com
-No. 1 Tulane To Battle UNO Tuesday At Turchin Stadium
-Men's Hoops Travel to Face Nationally-Ranked Cincinnati on Wednesday

From New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Privateers, TU are opposites
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Academic statistics cheering to Wave

Moore Leaves Basketball Team; Cites Health
ucbearcats.com

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-Back pain ends Moore's career
-Kentucky, Louisville have academic work to be done
-Schools digest academic report

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-While C-USA naps, Cardinals can laugh
-Tigers' at-large hopes all but gone
-Tiger-Louisville future unclear

UAB football, four other sports face scholarship hit
Birmingham News

DePaul falls below NCAA's standards
Chicago Sun-Times

Southern Miss making grade; JSU, Valley lagging
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Baseball Hosts Southeastern Louisiana On Tuesday
southernmiss.com

Baseball Wraps Up Long Road Swing
slubillikens.com

Blazers Host Two-Game Series Against Florida A&M
uabsports.com

Hyman finds new system faulty
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Tampa Tribune
-Ex-USF Receiver Fisher Has Sixth Arrest In Past Year
-NCAA Is Cracking Down On Academic Standards

U of L not making grade
Louisville Courier-Journal

USF standout seized again
St Petersburg Times

SMU exploring practice facility
Dallas Morning News

UTEP below academic standards
El Paso Times

February 28, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-Men's Basketball Weekend Recap
-Baseball Notebook
-Softball Notebook

UH among the teams on the NCAA bubble
Houston Chronicle

Davis earns a place in fans' hearts
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers in training (Recruits coming from NC)
-Williams keeping his options open
-U of M wins Classic finale on clutch hit

Freshman's slam lifts Green Wave
New Orleans Times-Picayune

McNeese homer brings down USM
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-UK, U of L rise in latest AP poll
-Cards' record close to a record
-Toledo beats U of L 2-1 to avoid a three-game sweep

Crime of fashion leads to ugly loss for Frogs
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Miners down Mustangs, 79-74
El Paso Times

USF Men Clinch C-USA Tourney Berth
Tampa Tribune

UCF hopes to defend title
Orlando Sentinel