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April 6, 2008
Drowsy Drive Awareness Day
Tartan Day
Anniversary - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Wins Game Two Of Double Header 4-2
-ECU Fall In Game One, 6-5 In 13 Innings
-Play Cancelled Saturday At Pirate Intercollegiate
-Softball Series Opener Cancelled Due To Rain

From Bonesville.net
-BVL Box Score: East Carolina 4, Southern Miss 2
BVL Box Score: Southern Miss 6, East Carolina 5 (13)

Southern Miss splits pair
Hattiesburg American

Eagles end long day with a win, 2 losses
Jackson Clarion Ledger

From southernmiss.com
-Golden Eagles Fall in Second Game of the Doubleheader to ECU
-Baseball Defeats ECU in Game One, 6-5 in 13 Innings

Panthers have options in first round
  Another Round 2 possibility is East Carolina's Chris Johnson, who has a very different style from Mendenhall and Stewart.
Charlotte Observer

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Maness helps ECU salvage doubleheader split

  After dropping a 6-5, 13-inning baseball game against Southern Miss Saturday afternoon, East Carolina handed the ball to freshman pitcher Seth Maness to start the nightcap of a doubleheader.
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Chris Carter memorial tournament at BVCC May 9

From the New Bern Sun Journal
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Questions looming over ECU depth chart
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Rookies make noise for Pirates

April 5, 2008
National Birding Day
National Love Our Children Day
Tangible Karma Day
Birthday - Booker T. Washington (educator)

From ecupirates.com
-ECU-Southern Miss Baseball Rained Out
-ECU In Fourth At Pirate Intercollegiate
-Spring Football Notebook No. 12
-Softball Schedule Altered For Weekend
-ECU Tennis Tripleheader Postponed Saturday

Talk FM: TOT (Craig Goess, Jr., Dr. Rick Niswander)
Bonesville.net

Alabama transfer making splash with ECU
Greenville Daily Reflector

Southern Miss baseball rained out vs. ECU
Hattiesburg American

USM-East Carolina baseball rained out
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Bumgarner will pitch in Hickory
  Right-hander Shane Mathews, formerly of St.Stephens High and East Carolina, is in extended spring training in Sarasota, Fla.
Hickory Daily Record

Giants System Roundup- Opening Night
  Adam Witter, getting the chance to be the regular starting catcher for the first time in his career, clubbed a two-run homer down the line as part of the only inning when the Defenders could get anything going at the plate.
scout.com

From YAHOO! Sports
-Virginia DE on the verge of unofficial visits
  "I’ve been in touch with Virginia Tech, Connecticut, Illinois, East Carolina and Stanford. Those are some of the schools showing interest."
-Perez-Means starts to consider visits
  I’m hearing from a lot of other schools including Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, NC State, Illinois, West Virginia, Notre Dame, East Carolina and Tennessee

April 4, 2008
National Walk to Work Day
Alcohol-Free Weekend
Hospital Admitting Clerks Day
School Librarian Day
Victims of Violence Holy Day
Anniversary - NATO
Birthday - Maya Angelou (poet)
National Tomb-Sweeping Day/Qing Ming Festival (China)

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Set To Host Ironwood Pirate Intercollegiate
-Quarterback Brett Clay Announces Retirement
-Pirate Gameday Central

From the East Carolinian
-More experience could mean more results
-Pitching absences have produced a new leader

Knee injury ends ECU QB's career
Raleigh News and Observer

For Conn, it's all about deception
  You think of baseball's most successful closers and you think of big, strapping guys with 96 mph fastballs and dead-eyed stares such as Boston Red Sox phenom Jonathan Papelbon.
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Talk FM: TOT (Dick Couch)
Bonesville.net

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-McElveen Gets Good Look At Clemson
  He will attend one day summer camps at Clemson, USC, Wofford, NC State, Georgia and East Carolina.
-Scott Won't Get To Clemson This Week
  He has offers from Clemson, USC, Virginia, North Carolina, NC State, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, East Carolina and West Virginia.
-Louisville Warming To Frost
  Frost attended a junior day at East Carolina.
-Play Making LB Has USC Offer

April 3, 2008
Tweed Day
Don't Go to Work Unless it's Fun Day
Birthday - Washington Irving (author)
Anniversary - Pony Express Mail Service

From Bonesville.net
-Myatt: View from the 'ville
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Part two: Spring football tour

-BVL Box Score
: East Carolina 11, Campbell 2
Talk FM: TOT (Lee Greenwood)

From ecupirates.com
-Whitehead's Slam Paces Pirates Over Camels
  Pirates Collect 14 Hits In 11-2 Win
-Pirates Stun No. 16 North Carolina In Split
  Pirates Defeat First Ranked Team Of Season
-Spring Football Notebook No. 11
  ECU Preps For Second Scrimmage, Releases First Depth Chart
-Pirates Sail Past Gardner-Webb, 5-2
-Lind Takes Home Third C-USA Weekly Honor

Fresh faces lead No. 24 Pirates
Greenville Daily Reflector

Whitehead helps No. 24 Pirates slam Camels
  Trent Whitehead’s grand slam into The Jungle helped power the No. 24 East Carolina Pirates to an 11-2 thumping of the Campbell Camels.
Washington Daily News

For Raynor, path from Benson to big show is through Zebulon
Raleigh News and Observer

Softball's winning streak comes to an end
  The Tar Heels (33-7-1) split a doubleheader with East Carolina in the last game of an 11-game homestand at Anderson Stadium.
The Daily Tar Heel (UNC-Chapel Hill)

April 2, 2008
International Children's Book Day
National Day of Hope
Paraprofessional Appreciation Day
Reconciliation Day
National Fun Day
National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day

From Bonesville.net
-BVL Box Score: N.C. State 4, East Carolina 3
Talk FM: TOT (Jennifer Holtz, Scott Senatore)

From ecupirates.com
-No. 24 Pirates Fall To Wolfpack 4-3
  Eryk McConnell scattered six hits over five innings and Chris Schaeffer collected a career-high four hits as the N.C. State beat No. 24 East Carolina 4-3 Tuesday night inside Lewis Field at Clark-LeClair Stadium.
-Lady Pirate Tennis Falls At Charleston, 4-2

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU's rally fizzles
  Pirates' comeback attempt falls short against rival N.C. State
-ECU sets course for massive food drive

Pitching Shuts Down No. 24 East Carolina, 4-3
  Sunday's rainout against North Carolina in Cary had unintended consequences for NC State's game Tuesday against No. 24 East Carolina. The rainout meant that Eryk McConnell, the Wolfpack's normal Sunday pitcher, was available to face the Pirates on Tuesday, and McConnell and three of the Pack's front-line relievers combined to defeat the Pirates 4-3 at Clark-LeClair Stadium.
gopack.com

Wolfpack slips past No. 24 Pirates
  When East Carolina and N.C. State meet on the baseball field, two things are certain: one-run games and large crowds.
Washington Daily News

No. 24 ECU falls to N.C. State, 4-3
New Bern Sun Journal

Pack picks off win vs. Pirates
Raleigh News and Observer

April 1, 2008
April Fools Day
National Fun Day
International Tatting Day

From Bonesville.net
-Bailey: From the Anchor Desk
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Important time for spring football
Talk FM: Bailey (Todd Fitch, C. Hemeyer, T. Gibson)
Talk FM: TOT (Gary Dean, Brian Rowsom)

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate Baseball Back In Top-25
-Pirate Gameday Central
-Spring Football Notebook No. 10
  After completing their first official intra-squad scrimmage of the spring Friday, the East Carolina Pirates returned to Hight Field inside the Cliff Moore Practice Complex Monday afternoon and turned in a determined two-hour workout in full pads.

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates host Wolfpack
  After winning its first Conference USA series this season at UCF over the weekend, the East Carolina baseball team goes back out of league for a couple of games this week, beginning with tonight's home contest against N.C. State.
-Breaking- Quarterback pleads guilty to DWI

Kass sentenced
  East Carolina quarterback Rob Kass pleaded guilty to driving while impaired on Monday morning.
New Bern Sun Journal

Pirates to battle the Wolfpack
Washington Daily News

From the East Carolinian
-New season produces same quarterback situation
  No decision on starter has been made yet
-Baseball team evens conference record
-Founders Week continues with commemorative celebration of the Centennial Convocation
  Highlighting the spirit of ECU's first 100 years

Howell mentions favorites
Yahoo! Sports

March 31, 2008
Bunsen Burner Day
National "She's Funny That Way" Day
Seward's Day
Take Your Parents to the Playground Day
Anniversary - Eiffel Tower

From Bonesville.net
-O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 341
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Football can't replicate hoops frenzy

-BVL Box Score
: East Carolina 10, Central Florida 1

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Takes C-USA Series From No. 19 UCF
-Softball Tops Tulsa In Series Finale
-Pirates Finish 12th At Furman Intercollegiate

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU takes series against UCF
-Magazine ranks ECU among top primary care medical schools

Baseball Drops First Home Series of the Year in 10-1 Loss to ECU
ucfathletics.com

 

April 6, 2008

KU cools heels
  Kansas beats tar out of UNC-CH
Lawrence (KS) Journal-World

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Tar heels deflated
-Jayhawks jump on, wear down Tar Heels

No doubt about which team played better
Durham Herald-Sun

Sophomores shine in scrimmage
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Hokies inch closer to a few answers after scrimmage
Hampton Roads Daily Press

New AD gets taste of Tiger football
New Orleans Times Picayune

Gruden joins USC's coaching clinic
Greenville (SC) News

Presbyterian WR dies in accident on I-26
Columbia (SC) State

Seahawks finally lose, and win, too
Wilmington Star-News

April 5, 2008

Wilmington is knocking on door
Omaha World-Herald

Roy, this isn't Kansas
  School is still in his heart, although his departure broke a few
Charlotte Observer

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-This title would belong to Roy's own boys
-It's time to focus on present, not past
-Chapel Hill plans for fans
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Now, it's a waiting game for Canes
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Duke's Alleva hired by LSU
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Tar Heels cancel scrimmage
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Shunick hurls Pack past Demon Deacons

LSU picks Alleva as athletic director
Durham Herald-Sun

April 4, 2008

McKillop wins national award
Charlotte Observer

Other Curry close by
  Liberty landed the Davidson star's younger brother.
Roanoke Times

Do Heels have the edge in Duke rivalry?
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Final Four teams benefit from playing close to home
  The road to the Final Four this year was a short one and not just for the Tar Heels.
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Town prepares for celebrations
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Chapel Hill mayor sends gift to Kansas
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Canes need to win, or else
  For the Carolina Hurricanes, a win tonight over the Florida Panthers will clinch their fourth division title in the past nine seasons. A loss, and their playoff fate is out of their hands.

More theft charges for ex-USC women’s basketball players
Greenville (SC) News

A word of caution in midst of USC honeymoon
Anderson Independent

From the Columbia (SC) State
-Strictly business | Darnell piles up homers as he eyes future
-Do you believe in miracles- Nike does not

Rich Rod's lawyer uses slavery analogy in regard to coach's buyout
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Arnett might be answer for home-run threat
Charleston (WV) Gazette

UNCW, Moss talking about a new deal
Wilmington Star-News

Zorn busy convincing skeptics he's ready to lead Redskins
Hampton Roads Daily Press

April 3, 2008

Young receivers aim to fill big shoes
  "We're going to create as much competition with those guys as we can," said wide receivers coach Kevin Sherman. "If we go against our defense every day … we'll be ready for the season opener against East Carolina."
Virginia Tech Collegiate Times

Groh removes J'Courtney Williams from Cavaliers
Roanoke Times

College baseball notes: Rams are struggling in all phases of the game
Richmond Times Dispatch

There will be no winners in Rodruiguez, WVU battle
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-Don't fret- WVU offense won't be all that different
-Thursday hearing will be first round in Rodriguez legal battle

College basketball notes- Larranaga signs extension
Greensboro News-Record

Walk-ons ready for some football at ODU
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Georgia sweeps Clemson
-Rivals say USC's Horn brings total package

Canes bounce right back
Raleigh News and Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
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LeBron leaves; Bobcats still lose
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Curry returns favor, watches LeBron play
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Curry to appear on `Late Night with Conan O'Brien'
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Chanticleers pull away from Deacs

April 2, 2008

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Clemson assistants top $1.5 million

  Despite a dramatic surge in football coaches' salaries during the past decade, Clemson University's athletic department remains on solid financial footing, athletic director Terry Don Phillips said Monday, but he wonders "where it's going to stop."
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Horn could make $1.19 million in a season at USC

From the Columbia (SC) State
-‘This is a great job’

  Horn hits the ground running as he sets forth high goals standards for men’s program
-Multi-year deals offer assistants stability
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Womens basketball duo faces charges

Horn plans to make USC relevant nationally
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Jayhawks are just an opponent ... right!
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Roanoke Times
-Lewis eyes opportunity
  In a new role as starter, Virginia Tech tailback Kenny Lewis Jr. wants to make defenders miss.
-UVa linebacker Williams charged with larceny

2008 Big East Team-by-Team Schedule Breakdown
  After a warm-up against Villanova to kick things off, the Mountaineers non-conference schedule gets nasty the rest of the way with trips to East Carolina and Colorado along with the mid-season showdown against Auburn.
College Football News

WVU to take on Liberty in ’09 opener
  West Virginia University has scheduled a football game with Liberty University for Sept. 5, 2009, in Morgantown.
Beckley Register-Herald

WVU QBs will be on field at the same time
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

3 recruits cleared to play for WVU
Charleston (WV) Gazette

New facilities boost to program
  A new locker room and training complex has the Tribe fired up for spring football.
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Buckeyes bounce Ole Miss from NIT
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Duke's Alleva a finalist for LSU AD post
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NHL: Canes letting it slip away
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NBA: Johnson supports Vincent

21 and counting for Seahawks
Wilmington Star-News

April 1, 2008

Duke AD will meet with LSU
Durham Herald-Sun

LSU cuts list of AD hopefuls to six
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Gamecocks will introduce Horn as men's basketball coach today
-Clemson, USC, Furman take short trips to face rivals in baseball

From the Columbia (SC) State
-The new face of USC hoops
  USC finds its man in WKU coach; Darrin Horn brings trapping, up-tempo style to Gamecocks
-Spurrier reserved in judgment

It’s about time we see all No. 1s
Anderson Independent

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-KU fans can't forget
-Olympic medal survives blaze

  Two-time Olympic medalist Michelle Burgher was happy to find her bronze medal amid the ashes of her home at the Trestles Apartments in Raleigh on Sunday.
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Bobcats' Richardson honored

From the Charlotte Observer
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Davidson loss cleared up some brackets
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Facing Kansas awkward for Williams, Tar Heels
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Historic final weekend in hoops
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Hansbrough, Beasley top AP All-America picks
  Curry makes second team; for first time ever, no seniors on first team
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Panthers gain pair of 7th-round draft picks

A Run for the Ages- Davidson's dazzling streak of victories in NCAA Tournament inspired many
Winston Salem Journal

Back at Davidson ...
  On the scene as a community soars with every basket
SI.com

Drawing women's crowds challenge
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Wake recruit doesn’t face suspension
Greensboro News-Record

UNCW student killed in 2-car crash; 3 injured
  After a year at East Carolina University, McLeod transferred to UNCW
Wilmington Star-News

March 31, 2008

From the Charlotte Observer
-Wildcats' run comes to an end
  Underdog Wildcats miss last-second shot as No. 1 Jayhawks secure Final Four berth
-Wildcats one shot away
-When pain fades, Wildcats could savor their ride
-Curry earns Regional honor, NCAA record

From the Detroit Free Press
-No magic left at end; Curry's great ride over with double team, pass
-Jayhawks gang up to defend Curry
-Coach McKillop leads Davidson with honesty and integrity

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Heels will play Kansas
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Jilted Jayhawks remember Roy

From the Columbia (SC) State
-Schools mum on Horn hiring
-Gamecocks brush off cold to quiet Kentucky
-Southern Cal stakes out S.C. talent

WVU resumes spring practice
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Special delivery
  Denny Hamlin is the first Virginian to win at Martinsville since Ricky Rudd in 1998.
Roanoke Times

WrestleMania delivers knockout performance
Orlando Sentinel

 

April 6, 2008

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Douglas-Roberts, Rose lead Tigers into title game
-Dorsey delivers boards, tough-Love defense
-Douglas-Roberts slams doubters
-Unstoppable Rose: Tiger freshman scores 25 points, continues NCAA run to greatness
-Tigers' defense frustrates Collison at every screen
-Tiger scrimmage a mixed bag

Memphis Advances to the NCAA Championship
conferenceusa.com

We can all see why Tigers are smiling
St Louis Post-Dispatch

Tigers prove how good they can be
Raleigh News and Observer

From the Houston Chronicle
-Memphis crusades for its dreams
-Rice takes 2 in baseball; UH, A&M also win

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-AD shoots down Eustachy reports
  Southern Miss athletic director Richard Giannini said Saturday that there has been no contact made by Oregon State to interview USM men's basketball coach Larry Eustachy for its head coaching position.
-Walk-on RB Kirksey shines in scrimmage

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-DE Scott stands out in TU scrimmage
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Tulane's hitters miss the mark

From the Tulsa World
-After CBI win, TU eyes its future
-Antle antes up at TU

Every position available at UTEP
El Paso Times

Fans, former stars turn out for Marshall practice
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Herd shows toughness in Hoot ‘n’ Holler drill
Beckley Register-Herald

From the Dallas Morning News
-SMU football strictly business, not for show
-Even without QBs, SMU's Jones has options

April 5, 2008

From the Tulsa World
-TU wins title
  The wild frenzy began shortly after the Reynolds wrap.
-Hurricane home crowd enjoys a Reynolds wrap
-TU fans show up in droves

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers loose, free in trip to San Antonio
-Rose's phenomenal tournament run has drawn attention of NBA, nation
-Tigers, fans have reason to be giddy
-Tigers sport elaborate galleries of body art that depict their origins, attitudes, influences, families

From the Houston Chronicle
-UCLA, Memphis get ready for heavyweight tilt
-UH's McKiver scores 20 in coaches' showcase game

Herd excited about coaching additions
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

April 4, 2008

Breakdowns and analysis of each Conference USA team's schedule
College Football News

Around Conference USA  - Football
USA Today

From the Tulsa World
-CBI championship is on the line
-Sleeper dream team- Tulsa's elite seven

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Calipari 'disappointed' in Allen, but 'it's not as though we'll abandon him'
-Cal: Look deep when considering my team
-Thursday's wrap at the Final Four

Run to Final Four helps unite city
  Memphis rallies around basketball team.
Raleigh News and Observer (AP)

Final Four contenders ready to decide true No. 1
Houston Chronicle

Snyder has LBs, plans to use them
Charleston (WV) Gazette

MU's Snyder not concerned with loss at center
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Finding the Keyes to success
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Murder charges brought in shooting of Memphis football player
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Positions changes, injuries and surprises at UCF spring practice
Orlando Sentinel

April 3, 2008

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers' guard Allen suspended
  Backup point guard Andre Allen was suspended Wednesday from the University of Memphis basketball team and did not make the trip to San Antonio for the Final Four.
-Overdue hug can't heal hurt for Dorsey
-Team tragedy: '85 Tigers had talent, but troubles haunt them
-Jesse Jackson visits Tigers
-Rebels turn back Tigers in baseball

From the Tulsa World
-Bradley gets even
  Tulsa's championship hopes were drowned in a sea of red on Wednesday night.
-Cost to host CBI is high, but result is priceless

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Herd's first day a success
-Snyder seeing a more athletic Herd

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-Snyder is all smiles after day No. 1
-Marshall press box renamed to honor Salvatore

Keedy's streak ends, but Blazers bop Tide
Birmingham News

No. 15 Rice baseball drops 3-2 decision to Dallas Baptist
Houston Chronicle

April 2, 2008

From the Tulsa World
-CBI title possible tonight
  A Tulsa win will wrap up the championship series.
-Ready to lead
-Cox unable to acquire CBI game
  Subscribers of the DirecTV satellite service can watch the game on channel 669.
-TU Notebook- Making adjustments
-Tulsa changes schedule

Sutton sits out Troy game after injuring back
  Whether or not he will suit up Friday for the first game of the series against East Carolina is up in the air.
Hattiesburg American

Shuffle changes UAB football schedule
Birmingham News

Memphis, UAB dates switched
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From conferenceusa.com
-Memphis Basketball/NCAA Final Four Notes
-Southern Miss Opens 10 Game Homestand with a 7-4 Win over Troy
-Tulane Uses Team Effort To Down McNeese State, 10-3
-Record Crowd Watches UCF Baseball Falter to USF, 17-4

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers' run in NCAA tourney puts city in spotlight for all the right reasons
-Tigers in it to win it
-U of M using inside track to win games
-Douglas-Roberts, Rose Wooden Award finalists
-Tales of the Tigers: Fans share favorite stories

From the Hattiesburg American
-Bowden has been dominating
-Nebraska to return in 2013

From the Houston Chronicle
-Rice capitalizes on five errors by Texas for 7-3 win
-State of Cougars won't make Maggard run for hills

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Pass-happy C-USA ushers in Herd's new 3-4 defense
-Marshall baseball cruises past Flyers

Herd begins quest to find new QB
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Depth a source of excitement for Snyder
Beckley Register-Herald

UTEP Miners feature depth at QB
El Paso Times

April 1, 2008

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Storylines off the court, and teams on it, make for great Final Four expectations
-Douglas-Roberts named first-team All-American
-U of M's success benefits campus
  Publicity may boost donations, students
-In their third straight Final Four, these Bruins certainly look a lot like the Tigers
-Previewing Tiger baseball this week

From the Tulsa World
-Game 1 goes to TU
  Tulsa ushered championship basketball's return in style on Monday night.
-TU tops Bradley in Game 1 of CBI Finals
-Home a haven for Hurricane
-TU Notebook- Series shifts to Bradley

Marshall begins spring football practice
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-Herd could be strong at defensive line
-Chan Gailey thinks Garner will help Herd at QB

Owls baseball team has plenty of questions to answer
Houston Chronicle

From the Orlando Sentinel
-Positions changes, injuries and surprises at UCF spring practice
-UCF runner Philip Smith injures knee

DB play more critical than ever
Charleston (WV) Gazette

March 31, 2008

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Memphis advances to Final Four with 85-67 win over Texas
-Tiger victory provides sweet relief
-They're back: After 23-year absence, Tigers in Final Four
-None better: Tigers' Rose puts on a show vs. Longhorns
-Tigers' Douglas-Roberts finds a way
-For a change, shooting not foul for Tigers
-UM Replay: Tigers vs. Longhorns

From the Houston Chronicle
-UT guards find Memphis' defense hard to handle
-Rice drops baseball series in C-USA; Tech, Texas win

From conferenceusa.com
-Memphis Advances To NCAA Final Four
-Weekend Baseball Roundup
  Southern Miss Ends Rice's 40-Series Home Winning Streak
-Cougars Swept at San Diego State Sunday
-Southern Miss Rallies For 8-7 Win Over Rice Sunday
-Tulane Wins C-USA Series At UAB With 12-10 Sunday Victory

Blog: CUSA-Jeckel and Hyde
espn.com

MU coaches stay busy during spring break
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

From the Tulsa World
-CBI- A sign of tournaments to come
-Ready to lead