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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region

Conference USA

September 4, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Game Center: ECU 24, Duke 21 - 09.04
-Myatt: Therapy brought to you by Terry Holland - 09.04
-O'Brien:
Pirates show signs the swagger is back - 09.04
-AP:
Only constant for Blue Devils QB is change - 09.04
-BVL: ECU-Duke Box Score & Statistics - 09.04
BVL Audio: Coaches & Players Post-game Remarks - 09.04
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.04
— Dave Odom brings back lessons from Kuwait
—
Scoreboard [C-USA teams & ECU opponents]

From the ecupirates.com
-Pirates Win First Game of Holtz Era, 24-21
-Post Game Notes, Quotes, Stats

ECU-Duke Highlights
cstv.com

Duke vs. ECU Quotes
goduke.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Allison sparkles for Pirates
-Holtz era starts on a high note
-Secondary steps up against Duke
-Pirates kick off new season with victory
-Students make their way to Greenville from universities in New
Orleans

From the Washington Daily News
-Pirates bedevil Duke
-Pirates' Pinkney pleased about return to lineup, win over Duke
-Copper makes Cowboys squad for second season

From the Charlotte Observer
-Pirates smile again
-OBSERVATIONS DAVID SCOTT

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pirates emerge with new energy
-Pirates give fans reason to believe
-Pinkney shows his resilience
-Hudgins ends up at Elon

Pirates win Holtz's debut
Fayetteville Observer

From the Jacksonville Daily News
-Skip Holtz's debut turns into great day to be a coach
-Pirates on high after win over Blue Devils

From the Durham Herald Sun
-Special teams big in ECU's win
-No need for Holtz to be humble
-Opening loss leaves Duke 'disgusted'

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Pirates' Allison Engine
-Holtz debuts with win

From the New Bern Sun Journal
-Wide receiver Allison improves upon first impression in Pirates' ...
-This time near misses don't lead to that L-word
-ECU opens Holtz era with win over Duke

Pirates off to good start
Rocky Mount Telegram

From the Kinston Free Press
-From busboy to leader
-Skip Holtz Era begins with ECU victory over Duke

Skip Holtz gets 1st victory as E. Carolina's new coach, beat Duke
San Jose Mercury News

Devils Turnover Win to East Carolina
thedevilsden.com (scout.com)

Browns name 53-man roster
    Richard Alston - the team's '04 kick returner was released Saturday
clevelandbrowns.com

September 3, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.03
— ECU's "Total Access" expected to launch today
— Uprooted Green Wave to "carry the torch"
—
Storm-trapped sister of UCF player found safe
—
Sun Belt evacuates New Orleans headquarters
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 2 Hours - 09.03

From the ecupirates.com
-
Duke vs. East Carolina Gameday Central
WNCT: Gameday Live Audio Stream
-Lady Pirate Soccer Falls To UNC Wilmington In Overtime, 3-2
-PIRATES FALL TO HOST MOUNTAINEERS AT BROYHILL INN OPENER, 3-1

From goduke.com
-Duke Football Game Notes- at East Carolina, Sept. 3, CSTV
-Ted Roof Holds Weekly Press Conference For East Carolina Game

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Skip Holtz era gets underway today against Duke
-Anything can happen today – just look at ECU's history

Clean Slate
The East Carolinian

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Beginning of the fall
    It all goes back to Aug. 31, 2002, when ECU lost its season-opening game at Duke and slid into an abyss. Now, three years later, East Carolina again will try to begin its football resurrection -- against Duke at 1 p.m. today in each school's opener -- with a new coach and new hope
-Duke guard may not start
-ECU must put up a fight
-Who has the edge?
-The guest scout

Much has changed for the Blue Devils and Pirates since 2002 meeting
Durham Herald Sun

Pirates, Blue Devils square off to start season
Washington Daily News

Pirates open with Duke today
Kinston Free press

Holtz-led Pirates to make debut
New Bern Sun Journal

Devils to hit road today
    Duke heads to ECU with much optimism
Winston Salem Journal

Devils hoping to get a lot of work out of the Kitchen
Shelby Star

GAMEDAY
Charlotte Observer

Former Pirate: Switch to WR great move for Profs' Wright
The Gloucester County Times

September 2, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 252 - 09.02
— W's & L's not the paramount gauge in 2005
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.02
— Green Wave football team in limbo about future
— Southern Miss sets up ad hoc camp in Memphis
—
Thursday night's college football scoreboard
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 2 Hours - 09.02
WTSB: Pirate Talk - Denny O'Brien - 09.02

From the ecupirates.com
-Men's Soccer Falls To Gardner-Webb, 6-2
-Pirates Pick Up First Win With A 3-0 Victory Over The Aggies

ECU's volleyball team grabs first win
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Faith steering the Pirates' ship
-Holtz needs buzz to last all season

Ahead of its time
Defunct league's "super conference" was precursor for restructured Big East.- East Carolina considered.
Syracuse Post Standard

September 1, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Myatt: View From The 'ville - 09.01
— Duke game a chance for validation - 09.01
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 09.01
— Pirate QB's second shoulder surgery a success
—
East Carolina fans on the verge of Total Access
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 2 Hours - 09.01
WNCT: Chalkboard Chat with Logan & Steele - 09.01

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Soccer Set To Open 2005 Season Against Gardner-Webb
-Volleyball Travels Cross-State For Season's First Road Trip

Pinkney ready to get into his Saturday morning routine
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates ready to seize their second chance
Fayetteville Observer

Pirates will try to reverse Duke 'curse'
Kinston Free Press

O-line is key for Pirates
New Bern Sun Journal

From the Washington Daily News
-Duke, ECU different teams with same goals
-Bigger Kitchen ready for senior season at DE

Preview- Duke (0-0) vs. E Carolina (0-0)
The Devils Den (scout.com)

What's in a name for a son of a college coach? Opportunity, grief
Seattle Post Intelligencer

Webster: Tennessee State coach not afraid of challenge
Huntsville Times

August 31, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Bradsher: The Bradsher Beat - 08.31
— CSTV in two-minute drill on 'Total Access'
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 08.31
— Katrina blows Tulane-USM game into November
—
Frosh guards round out ECU basketball roster
WTSB: Morning Sports Drive (guest Skip Holtz) - 08.31
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 2 Hours - 08.31
WNCT: Tuesday Tailgate - 08.31

From ecupirates.com
-2005 Pirate Gameweek
-Pair Added To Pirate Basketball Roster
-Swimming Announces Coaching Staff Changes

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU offense a work in progress
-Former Pirate heading to Pitt
-The four F's- Food, fun, fellowship and football for the Holtz family
-Mixer: Stupid questions with Skip Holtz

From the Kinston Free Press
-ECU is concerned about Duke quarterback Mike Schneider
-Holtz wisely measuring his words
-Optimism abounds as ECU preps for Duke
-Pirates release hoops schedule

From the New Bern Sun Journal
-Holtz, Snyder set to make C-USA debuts
-College football is here at last

Butterflies- Holtz of ECU says he expects to be nervous against Duke
Winston Salem Journal

Pirates' students ready to cheer
Washington Daily News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-DILLARD TO ECU
Apex Track star accepts scholarship
-Stokes adds two freshmen to roster

Parcells Has Tough Decision To Make At Receiver
DallasCowboys.com

August 30, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Bailey: From The Anchor Desk - 08.29
— Months of preparation about to be gauged
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 08.29
— Pirates set for reunions with Deacs, Seahawks
WBVL: Holtz Press Conference (no commercials) - 08.29
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 2 Hours - 08.29
WNCT: Holtz Press Conference - 08.29
WNCT: Brian Bailey Show; guest Skip Holtz - 08.29

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Releases 2005-06 Men's Basketball Schedule
-
Head Coach Skip Holtz Media Luncheon Quotes- Aug. 29

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Wake Forest, UNCW on Pirate men's schedule
-All hands on deck- Pirates itching for season-opening game against Duke

From the Washington Daily News
-
It's official; Pirates' game week has started
-Duke starts another season hoping for better results
-ECU released basketball schedule

Pickett to miss season-opener
Raleigh News &  Observer

ECU ready to begin new season
New Bern Sun Journal

ECU will face seven NCAA participants
Jacksonville (NC) Daily News

Holtz confident in defense as it prepares to open against Duke
Myrtle Beach Sun News

AROUND THE ACC- Football gets holiday started early
Rocky Mount Telegram

Wannstedt to face old friend
  Bill Lewis is not too familiar with Pitt -- which is no surprise, considering it has been 37 years since he worked there an assistant coach.
charlottepirates.com

August 29, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Ron Cherubini: More Than a Game - 08.29
— Clock ticking on Ticket Challenge
-
Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 08.29
— New home offers lavish new perks for Louisville

"We are going to run this crazy play!"
Birmingham News

ECU Women's Soccer Falls To Richmond, 3-0
ecupirates.com

2005 East Carolina Men's Soccer Outlook
conferenceusa.com

2005 Conference USA Fearless Predictions -Week One, part 2
CollegeFootballNews.com

Indians down Nationals at Grainger Stadium
Greg Bunn, a former East Carolina star, was roughed up in his homecoming.
Kinston Free Press

 

 

September 4, 2005

Tigers get their kicks in victory over Aggies
Anderson Independent

Kicker boots six field goals in victory against Aggies
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Tigers put best foot forward, upset Aggies
Greenville (SC) News

Vick's test comes Sunday vs. N.C. State
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Pack fans still drawn to Amato
-Pack's Tough Openers
-UNC honors its past

From the Charlotte Observer
-McLendon regroups
-Panthers' roster has mild surprises

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Showing off a little leg
-UCF was no walkover; USC is no juggernaut

September 3, 2005

From the Fayetteville Observer
-College football predictions
-ECU-DUKE: ACC football season opens with a bang

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Tough to Swallow
    Wake Forest shows disappointment after loss to Vandy
-College Football Today
-Pivotal Season
    Amato's sixth season at N.C. State should reveal whether program is on path to long-term success
-Mountaineers, Colonels facing similar challenges

From the Charlotte Observer
-Tigers' hopes ride on Whitehurst
-INSIDE THE SEC
-INSIDE THE ACC
-AROUND THE NATION

From the Durham Herald Sun
-Pack has a chance to earn some national respect early
-Heels hoping to get their hands on more turnovers
-Aggie-Eagle Classic not good barometer for participants

Special-teams duel
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Greenville (SC) News
-USC reports NCAA violation
-Spurrier sees little to fear
-Retooled Tigers face Aggies

September 2, 2005

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Growing pains likely for youthful Duke
-Duke capsule
-Deacons give up late score, season opener

From the Durham Herald Sun
-After father dies, lineman leaves team
-Roof may turn around Duke's coach shuffle

Duke wideout Adams looks to tap his potential
New Bern Sun Journal

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Kitchen sinks his teeth into bigger role for Duke
-Deacons drop opener
-Replay- WFU's loss to Vandy has a familiar ring
-Mountaineers are working to elevate their game
-Wolfpack loaded at the tailback position

Wake Forest loses to Vanderbilt in opener
Fayetteville Observer

The majority party
    There's a reason Williams-Brice Stadium sells out game after game, and it has nothing to do with the product on the field.
Orlando Sentinel

South Carolina holds off Central Florida in Spurrier's debut
Columbia (SC) The State

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Spurrier may be in for payback this year
-Mitchell, Spurrier mesh
-Former USC star learns trial date

Spurrier steps back into college spotlight
Greenville (SC) News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-New ACC all about more
-Deacons open on sour note

From the Charlotte Observer
-6 national TV games for 49ers
-Panthers: It's not a total loss
-Staying home for the holiday

September 1, 2005

From the Durham Herald Sun
-For Duke's backfield, there's safety in numbers
-Demon Deacons, Commodores look to finish strong after close losses
-Different day, same old rivalry for Aggies, Eagles

Duke trio learns new positions
collegesports.com

Let the games begin
Fayetteville Observer

Mauk- Let's play
Winston Salem Journal

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Spurrier steps back into college spotlight
-USC NOTEBOOK
-CLEMSON NOTEBOOK
-Paladins to face familiar foe

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Wake Forest Football capsule
-North Carolina football notebook- Arnold impresses Bunting

Second chance for second coming
Raleigh News & Observer

Higgins has bright ideas for The Citadel
Columbia (SC) The State

August 31, 2005

Training camp over, Duke eyes season opener
collegesports.com

Countdown to Kickoff - Defense
devilsden.com (Scout.com)

Former Rose standout now with the Wolfpack
Greenville Daily Reflector

From battlefields to playing fields
The Appalachian Online

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Wake Forest Notebook- Grobe chooses actions over words
-Bold prediction- Sports Illustrated picks Panthers to win it all

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Lineman Overstreet out again for Deacs
-Wake Forest Notebook
-Southern Conference Football Notebook
-Mountaineers' Rauch ready to kick
-Offensive Guru
N.C. State hoping that Trestman, with 17 years experience in NFL, can help spark passing attack
-New announcer at WSSU leaves opponent steaming
Catawba AD says performance was unprofessional

How would Wade rate the Hokies?
Durham Herald-Sun

Hokies get respect
Fayetteville Observer

Leitao eager to get going in Charlottesville
Hampton Roads (VA) Daily Press

USC's success rests on defense
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Texas trip a painful memory for Tigers
Columbia (SC) The State

Tudor's top 25
Raleigh News & Observer

Renovated weight room helps make Seahawks stronger
Wilmington Star News

August 30, 2005

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-If Duke is to succeed, QB Schneider may be the reason
-Freshmen will play a big role for Devils on second team

Blue Devils kick off youth movement
Shelby Star

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Roof eager to see if his Blue Devils have what it takes to be ...
-Duke starts another season hoping for better results
-WFU's Wellman says that new brick wall at Groves Stadium is first step in long renovation period

Duke's offense needs punch
Fayetteville Observer

Few redshirts for Blue Devils
Charlotte Observer

Countdown to Kickoff - Offense
devilsden.com (Scout.com)

From the Raleigh News &  Observer
-Duke line no longer green
-Depth a Pack plus

Vick's test comes Sunday vs. N.C. State
Hampton Roads (VA) Daily Press

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Stadium thefts- Telfort, Brownlee plead guilty
-Tigers a tough opener for Aggies
-USC basketball team headed to Alaska

August 29, 2005

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Duke adjusting to another new offensive coordinator
-Risking his neck- N.C. A&T linebacker returns after surgery to fix C-5 vertebra

Deacons hope to start winning the close games
Fayetteville Observer

Bigger Backers- Soul of WakeForest's defense is unit of physically imposing linebackers, Grobe says
Winston Salem Journal

Changes aplenty for Guilford College's football team
Greensboro News Record

Canes and other celebs turn out in force at Jimmy V Classic
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Spurrier braces USC for a wild ride as the carnival comes to town
-Spurrier makes stars from scratch
-Tigers’ goal- Put a stop to bad starts

Spurrier shelters Gamecocks from spotlight
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

New Gamecocks face first curtain call
Greenville (SC) News

From the Raleigh News &  Observer
-ACC football season openers
-Heels to play waiting game

From the Charlotte Observer
-Virginia Tech special teams out of this world
-NFL: Rutherford among 11 cut

 

September 4, 2005

Saturday Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

Memphis still temporary home for USM
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Tulane to decide among Austin, Houston, and Dallas
espn.com

Tulane's athletes may be headed here
Houston Chronicle

Tulane finds its 'home'
Shreveport Times

Rally Comes Up Short As Blazers Fall, 17-10, To No. 3 Tennessee
uabsports.com

From the Birmingham News
-Orange scare
-BLAZER NOTEBOOK
-Darrell Hackney is real good.

Hackney gave it his all in UAB effort
Maryville Daily Times

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Orange escape
-More than ever, it's all on the line for Tigers, Rebs

SMU-Baylor notebook- Mustangs just can't get started
Dallas Morning News

Baylor-SMU Notebook- Bears run up huge numbers in Dallas
Waco Tribune Herald

UTEP dominates again
El Paso Times

From the Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
-Herd to honor Pruett Saturday
-No surprises, on further review

September 3, 2005

Warning- Don't overlook C-USA
Knoxville News Sentinel

Thursday Night Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

Neyland uncharted land for Blazers
Birmingham Post Herald

COME OUT BLAZIN'
Knoxville News Sentinel

Finally — it’s football
El Paso Times

Tennessee's relief efforts take shape in Memphis
Southern Standard

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Finally, good news for USM football
   Southern Miss' Golden Eagles might be coming home a lot sooner than expected.
-NCAA OKs player aid

From the Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
-Herd will play Tulane, Banowsky says
-Marshall baseball bolsters roster with 10 signees

Passing grades
    Herd’s QB platoon worked — for three quarters, anyway
Charleston (WV) Gazette

UCF could benefit from going for the whole few yards
Orlando Sentinel

U of M, Gonzaga talking
Memphis Commercial Appeal

College fans give up rooms for evacuees
Columbia (SC) The State

September 2, 2005

UCF Falls Short at South Carolina
Herdzone.com

From the Orlando Sentinel
-THE STREAK GOES ON
-Spirited Golden Knights won't finish 0-for-2005
-Smith off and running for UCF
-Offense knocks UCF right off its feet

O'Leary pans choice to play with SEC crew
Florida Today

Morris, Bradshaw Impressive As Herd Takes 36-24 Win in Snyder Debut
Herdzone.com

From the Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
-Snyder era off to winning start
-Morris shows veteran poise on opening night
-A win, but still a long way to go
-Tulane trip in jeopardy

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
-Timely takeaway for MU
-Snyder, MU can toast win — quietly
-Marshall football notebook

Golden Hurricane Fall to Golden Gophers
tulsahurricane.com

Room for improvement
Tulsa World

Cougars Fall To Oregon In Season Opener, 38-24
uhcougars.com

From the Houston Chronicle
-Cougars shut down in second half, lose to Ducks
-Cougars' defense gives Oregon room to roam
-UH associate AD denies claim

Weary Eagles land in Memphis
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Eagletalk focusing on storm aftermath
Hattiesburg American

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers lose Pratcher for season
-O'Brien handles the spotlight
-What they're writing about DeAngelo's Heisman hopes
-Lineman wants to end on high note

On the defense
Birmingham News

Blazers, not high ranking, concern Vols
Birmingham Post Herald

Miners will try to end pair of streaks Saturday
El Paso Times

SMU, TCU find new neighborhoods
Dallas Morning News

September 1, 2005

Conference USA Establishes Relief Fund
conferenceusa.com

Tulane's football season in question
El Paso Times

Tulane football sets up in Dallas
Dallas Morning News

With Tulane game off, USM hits road
Jackson Clarion Ledger

Eagles ready to move on to Memphis
Hattiesburg American

Around Conference USA
USA Today

Central Florida looking to snap 15-game slide
Florence Morning News

Golden Knights Ready to Open the 2005 Campaign
ucfathletics.com

UCF seeks to end skid in spotlight
Orlando Sentinel

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Spurrier vs. Central Florida
-Matchups
-Quick hits
-Keys to victory

From uhcougars.com
-Reliant Park And The University Of Houston Offer Free College Football Tickets To Hurricane Katrina Victims
-Cougar Athletics To Provide Free Shirts To Hurricane Victims

From the Houston Chronicle
-
C-USA- Change — and a lot of footballs — in air
-
Cougars open Duck season tonight
-
UH CLOSEUP
-
UH rolls sevens
-UH, C-USA newcomer Rice are conference rivals again

Questions linger for UH football team
Galveston Daily News

University of Houston vs. University of Oregon
Oregon Daily Emerald

Tulsa's Skelly Stadium celebrates 75th Anniversary in 2005 Football Season
tulsahurricane.com

Minnesota-Tulsa Football Preview
Yahoo Sports

From the Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
-Herd starts season with a clean slate
-Talented Herd facing new challenges
-Ross flashing speed at the point

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
-
Could the Herd see its streak of non-losing seasons end this year?
-Herd wary of I-AA underdog

William & Mary at Marshall
Kentucky.com

Key to stopping Williams' Heisman campaign- Stopping Williams
Biloxi Sun Herald

Evacuated Tulane students take refuge at Atlanta, Dallas colleges
Commonwealth Times

August 31, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-C-USA Teams Find A Temporary Home Away From Home
-Tulane-Southern Miss Football Game Postponed

From the Hattiesburg American
-Hurricane alters plans
-Area native relishes being back as Southern Miss assistant
-KILLER KATRINA'S VICIOUS PUNCH

Favre family home destroyed
Raleigh News & Observer

Storm's aftermath has teams packing
Ft Worth Star Telegram

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Katrina forces Eagles north for practice
-Tiger coaches hope to increase Doss's involvement in the offense this season

Professor says Spurrier will lose to Knights
Orlando Sentinel

Not so fast
Birmingham News

Smith knows it is time to lead
Birmingham Post-Herald

Mumme's tricks concern Price
El Paso Times

View from sideline frustrates UH LB Everson
Houston Chronicle

ROLE REVERSAL
Marshall University football fans can relate to that first-time feeling so well.
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
-Marshall linemen have tall order
-New QB takes over potent William & Mary offense

August 30, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-Green Wave Teams Weather the Storm in Jackson
-2005 Conference USA Football Weekly Release

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Katrina puts sports in its place
-USM-Tulane threatened
-USM's Chatelain has Tulane insight

Katrina could force alterations for weekend game plans
USA Today

Hurricane weighs heavily on some players
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Green Wave Teams Weather the Storm in Jackson
tulanegreenwave.com

Hurricane alters plans
Hattiesburg American

Hurricane puts games in question
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Katrina throws kink into practice schedules
Dallas Morning News

Knights' O'Leary looks past 0-11 mark
Greenville (SC) News

UCF, coach move past their pasts
Columbia (SC) The State

After last season, Tigers becoming familiar with playing on National TV
Memphis Commercial Appeal

UAB's ready to tackle Vols
Birmingham News

Miners hope to continue hot start
El Paso Times

Lopez- Every day's casual day for UH's Briles
Houston Chronicle

Skinner named starting QB
Huntington (WV) Herald Dispatch

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
-Skinner to start at QB in Herd opener
-UAB, UTEP tackling great expectations

August 29, 2005

Katrina may wreak some C-USA havoc
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
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Plans change for USM, Tulane
-Center of USM O-line looks solid

From the Birmingham News
-Sizing up Conference USA East, West
-Top 5 list for C-USA
-Top 5 list for UAB

Little polish seen in sloppy session
Orlando Sentinel

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Spincer a Tulane big hitter, defensive foundation
-Further review might be successful

UH erects stop signs
Houston Chronicle

Top prep star chooses Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Huntington (WV) Herald Dispatch
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Herd in new role- Underdog
-A mix of old, new

Herd Rebounds With Great Sunday Night Workout
goherd.com

Women's Soccer Weekend Roundup
conferenceusa.com