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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region

Conference USA

May 4, 2008
International Respect for Chickens Day
Bird Day
National Infertility Survival Day

From Bonesville.net
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BVL Box Score
(1): East Carolina 17, UAB 1
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BVL Box Score
(2): East Carolina 8, UAB 7

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Complete Sweep Of UAB, 8-7
-Long Ball Paces ECU Over UAB, 17-1
-Softball Earns Split With UAB

From uabsports.com
-Pirates Escape Blazers Rally, Sweep Doubleheader, Series
-East Carolina Stays Hot, Beats UAB 17-1

Pirates sweep Blazers, run winning streak to nine
Washington Daily News

East Carolina blows out Blazers in series sweep
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Pirates sweep past UAB
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ECU splits doubleheader
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Brant to ECU

Preps: Rhine delivers as Penn Charter tops Judge, 7-5
  The Penn Charter junior, a slick-fielding and hard-hitting shortstop, is hearing from the likes of Stanford, Virginia, Wake Forest and East Carolina.
Philadelphia Inquirer

Preps: Boys swimmer of the Year
  Stauder signed a letter of intent to swim for East Carolina next year and expects to immediately compete for some spots on the relay team.
Lynchburg News and Advance

May 3, 2008
Garden Meditation Day
International Pilates Day
Join Hands Day
Lumpy Rug Day
National Homebrew Day
UN World Press Freedom Day

From Bonesville.net
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BVL Box Score
: East Carolina 13, UAB 6
Talk FM: TOT (B. Everett, G.K. Butterfield, John Hood)

From ecupirates.com
-Wood And Kemp Carry ECU Over UAB 13-6
-Pirate Baseball Gameday Central
  No. 30 East Carolina (34-13, 9-7) and UAB (19-25, 4-12) will play a doubleheader Saturday afternoon with game one starting at 3 p.m. and the second following approximately 45 minutes later.

From uabsports.com
-UAB Can't Keep East Carolina In The Park, Loses 13-6
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UAB Softball Closes Out Regular Season With Series At East Carolina

Pirates keep winning, dismantle Blazers
Greenville Daily Reflector

Pirates bash the Blazers
Washington Daily News

Quarterback Garrard to make camp cameo
Durham Herald-Sun

East Carolina pounds UAB
Charlotte Observer

Johnson Off To Fast Start In Titans Rookie Practice
TitansRadio.com

May 2, 2008
No Pants Day
Robert's Rules Day
Brothers and Sisters Day
Birthday - Dr. Benjamin Spock (pediatrician/author)

From ecupirates.com
-Kevin Brandt Commits To ECU Baseball
-Pirate Baseball Gameday Central

ECU looks to extend win streak
Greenville Daily Reflector

From uabsports.com
-UAB Travels To Play No. 30 East Carolina This Weekend
-With Brother Fighting In Iraq, Oliver Finds Peace Of Mind On The Mound

Big East Football- No Place To Grow
  Independents Army and Navy always come to mind, but now there's noise coming from East Carolina out of Conference USA.
Hartford Courant

NCHSAA urges its schools to purchase defibrillators
  East Carolina athletic director Terry Holland was the first person answering the challenge, donating $100 at the meeting.
Raleigh News & Observer

NCHSAA urges its schools to purchase defibrillators
  East Carolina athletic director Terry Holland was the first person answering the challenge, donating $100 at the meeting.
Raleigh News & Observer

NFL draft recap- AFC South
  Tennessee believes it addressed that in a major way with the 24th overall pick, selecting East Carolina running back Chris Johnson.
USA Today

BASEBALL- NT's Brooks still trying to find niche
Niagara (NY) Gazette

Talk FM: TOT (Hampton Dellinger)
Bonesville.net

May 1, 2008
Pirate Club Season Ticket Priority Deadline
Ascension Day/Feast of the Ascension (Christian)
Executive Coaching Day
Frequent Flyer Day
Labor Day (Most of the World)
Law Day USA
Lei Day
Loyalty Day
May Day
Mother Goose Day
National Day of Prayer
National Day of Reason
New Homeowner's Day
School Principal's Day
Stepmothers Day

Pledge/Order Season Tickets: ECU Online Ticket Office | ecupirateclub.com

From ecupirates.com
-ECU-UAB Series Salutes Military Personnel
-Kemp Named To Johnny Bench Award Watch List
-Viana and Gol Earn All-Conference USA Honors

Talk FM: TOT (Tom Campbell, Pat McCrory & others)
Bonesville.net

Pirate statue stolen from bookstore
Greenville Daily Reflector

Two-stars are good, too
Arkansas News

Rookies making their way to Foxboro, two players released
mvn.com

April 30, 2008
Beltane (Wiccan)
Hairstylist Appreciation Day
Louisiana Purchase Day
National Honesty Day
Spank Out Day USA
Walpurgis Night
Admission Day (Louisiana)

From Bonesville.net
-BVL Box Score: East Carolina 14, UNC-Wilmington 7
Talk FM: TOT

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Cruise Past Seahawks 14-7
-Lady Pirates Knock Off No. 18 Virginia Tech

No. 30 East Carolina Races Past No. 24 Seahawks, 14-7
uncwsports.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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ECU topples Seahawks for 2nd time in streak
  The East Carolina Pirates won their sixth consecutive game Tuesday night, routing the same UNC Wilmington club with which ECU began its recent hot streak a week ago.
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ECU, PCC seeing growth
  The state of North Carolina is expecting 80,000 extra college students in the next 10 years, and many of them will end up going to college in Pitt County.
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Boosters to support Laupus Library

From the Wilmington Star-News
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Seahawks roughed up by Pirates again
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Blog: Pirates outslug Seahawks

April 29, 2008
National Dance Day
National Hairball Awareness Day
National Teach Children to Save Day
National Shrimp Scampi Day
Birthday - Dale Earnhardt (racer)
Anniversary - Zipper Patent

From Bonesville.net
-Bailey: From the Anchor Desk
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C.J. sets out on trail blazed by Jones
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Challenger League Takes Center Stage
Talk FM: Bailey (Brian Cavanaugh)
Talk FM: TOT (Mark Johnson, Bob Crumley)

From ecupirates.com
-Women's Golf Headed To East Regional In Georgia
-Sowers Named C-USA Pitcher-of-the-Week
-Pirates Ranked 30th In NCBWA Poll
-Men's Golf Concludes Season At Cavalier Classic

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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ECU trio inks NFL deals
  On Saturday night, a dejected Travis Williams went to bed after the end of the third round of the NFL draft.
-ECU student killed in Sunday wreck

Steelers sign 12 undrafted rookies
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

From the Wilmington Star-News
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Proximity of programs means contentious recruiting trail
  Just like they are on the baseball field, East Carolina and UNC-Wilmington are rivals on the recruiting trail.
-Blog: UNCW-ECU rematch

From witntv.com
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Titans Introduce Chris Johnson To Nashville
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Sneak Peek Inside New $110 Million East Carolina Heart Institute

Top draft picks introduced to local media
titansonline.com

Analysts mock draft picks
  Opinions are all over the board about East Carolina running back Chris Johnson
The Tennessean

April 28, 2008
National Bulldogs Are Beautiful Day
National Cubicle Day
Workers Memorial Day
Birthday - President James Monroe (5th President)

O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 343
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UAB looms as danger game

Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Bring Home Pair Of Victories At Penn Relays
-Softball Series Finale In Memphis Rained Out

Challengers a big hit
  Pirates play ball with special needs kids
Greenville Daily Reflector

Titans think Johnson’s the man they need
Nashville City Paper

A Closer Look at Chris Johnson
Music City Miracles

Heimerdinger Says Johnson Will Compliment Young
  Titans offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger said he may not ask Johnson to play every down, but his versatility is what will make him impressive in the Titans attack.
titansradio.com

Draft often results in slap on the risk
  The Titans might have taken the biggest gamble of the first round by selecting East Carolina running back Chris Johnson with the 24th pick.
Chicago Tribune

What We Learned...The Titans are going to spread the field on offense
  Chris Johnson of East Carolina fit the bill for the Titans.
si.com

Pirate Nation Reacts To Chris Johnson First Round Pick
witntv.com

Johnson makes ECU, Down East proud
Kinston Free Press

Going undrafted doesn’t mean your career is over
Washington Daily News

Five Manatee County grads join NFL teams
  Palmetto's Josh Coffman, an offensive lineman at East Carolina, found a home in the NFL when he signed with the New England Patriots.
Bradenton Herald

Travis, Bobbie Williams off to camps
  Excuse Atlantic High product Travis Williams for being suspicious at first when the Pittsburgh Steelers called him Sunday about 45 minutes after the NFL Draft had ended.
Daytona Beach News-Journal

 

May 4, 2008

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
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Big Brown delivers Derby win
  Fatal injury to runner-up filly Eight Belles a tragic ending
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Tears follow fatal injury to Eight Belles
  Eight Belles broke her cannon and sesamoid bones, which led to her ankles collapsing; filly euthanized

From the Charlotte Observer
-Kim's maturity creates distance

  22-year-old golfer takes four-stroke lead into final day of Wachovia Championship
-Great expectations greet rookie
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Former Wingate tight end hopes to catch break in NFL

Bowyer takes the checkered flag at RIR
  Clint Bowyer was in position to take advantage of the misfortune that befell Denny Hamlin and Dale Earnhardt Jr. last night, and that was enough to put him in victory lane.
Richmond Times-Dispatch

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Tech's Tincher running out of goals
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Failed drug tests reportedly prompted Crews' dismissal

Bresch mess could affect pick of new AD
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

ACC forecast cloudy
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Darnell, Atwood help USC get needed win
-Seminoles top Tigers in 10 innings

Move from Gregg to Greg might not change much for Redskins
The Virginian Pilot

May 3, 2008

Seahawks take plenty of hits
  For the first time this season, the UNC-Wilmington baseball team has given up 10 double-digit runs in consecutive games.
Wilmington Star News

Pack jumps on Camels early, rolls to victory
Raleigh News & Observer

Lou Holtz a bust
  Former Irish coach named to Hall
South Bend (IN) Tribune

Holtz joins college football elite
  “It’s awesome because this game has meant so much to him and has meant so much to his entire life,” Skip Holtz, the East Carolina coach, said in a phone interview Thursday. “Him being inducted in is a great honor.”
South Bend (IN) Tribune

Defending champ LSU tosses QB Perrilloux off team
Houston Chronicle

'Experts' like WVU for Top 25
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Huggins signs new 11-year contract
Beckley (WV) Register-Herald

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Crews kicked off Tennessee team
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U.Va. play-by-play announcer resigns

Clemson baseball program to celebrate its past
Greenville (SC) News

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bohn takes Wachovia lead
-Wachovia to stay at Quail Hollow through 2014
-Delhomme armed for fight
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Shakedown cruise starts at minicamp

Gators use small ball to nip USC
Columbia (SC) State

May 2, 2008

Georgia Tech series critical for No. 1 seed
  Coastal Carolina begins a three-game series today at Georgia Tech, where the Chanticleers will attempt to lock up their case for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Myrtle Beach Sun News

National: Pat Fitzgerald and Lou Holtz selected for College Football Hall of Fame
  "Someday I'll be known as Skip's dad," he said of the East Carolina coach.
Chicago Tribune

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Devils add late recruit
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Hatchell to remain with Heels

From the Charlotte Observer
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Toms leads field; Mickelson in the mix
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Brown's not thereason Vincent's out
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Shakedown cruise starts at minicamp

May 1, 2008

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Friday night fights- Shame on Appalachian State
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Tiger-less Wachovia begins

NCAA downplays Heels-Obama hoops issue
Greensboro News-Record

From the Greenville (SC) News
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Clemson looks into possible NCAA violation
  Clemson University said it is investigating whether one of its assistant men's basketball coaches committed an NCAA violation during the recent recruitment of a player at North Augusta High School.
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USC's new baseball stadium taking shape

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Building suspense- Tour points to progress
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Morris- Fans will pay for elite aspirations
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Baseball stadium Q&A
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Spurrier strikes a different tone at Chapter meetings

National: Agreement will keep College World Series in Omaha through 2030
Omaha World-Herald

What's in a number?
  Other than convicts, few are so associated with their numbers as NASCAR drivers.
Hampton Roads Daily Press

WVU baseball needs big finish for NCAA bid
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Keller verdict thrown out
  Circuit Judge William Gordon overturned the $5 million jury verdict awarded to former University of Alabama booster Ray Keller for defamation and invasion of privacy by the NCAA.
Birmingham News

From the Charlotte Observer
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Mickelson rested, ready to attack Quail Hollow
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His way or don't play
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Sources- Davidson signs a top recruit

Bowden pays visit to Spartanburg
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Mid-week pitching woes continue
Wilmington Star-News

April 30, 2008

From the Charlotte Observer
-Larry Brown named new Bobcats coach

  Charlotte will be Brown's 10th pro team
-Jordan, Johnson find gold in Brown
-DTs Walker, Scott signed to contracts
-W. Carolina tops Tennessee, former coach Raleigh
-Rain could soften Quail Hollow's edge
-Bowl aims to expand board, up ticket sales

From the Charlotte Observer
-ACC will look at 18

  Conference games to be discussed.
-Obama game odd but OK

  Despite rule to the contrary, the NCAA isn't worried that Williams watched UNC-CH play
-Karmanos' involvement to increase
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NCHSAA penalties to grow

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Corso jumps on Gamecocks bandwagon
  The man South Carolina fans love to hate might be warming up to the Gamecocks.
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Tar Heels look to keep Hatchell
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Spurrier, Sharpe win Alma Mater title

In tournament bidding war, ODU willing to lose a battle
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Clemson says fans buying into new ticket plan
  Not many people are rooted as deeply in Clemson University football as Bill Barbary, so imagine how he wrestled with the decision to retain his tickets under the school's new seat equity plan.
Greenville (SC) News

Wallace Wade improvements put on hold
  Duke's first phase of improvements to Wallace Wade Stadium will have to wait until next year. The school had hoped to have the first of four new buildings that will house both a concession stand and restrooms ready for this upcoming season, but a delay in gaining approval for the project from the city of Durham will prevent that from happening.
Durham Herald-Sun

April 29, 2008

Sweep by LSU hurts Gamecocks' chance of super regionals
Anderson Independent

From the Charlotte Observer
-Source- Larry Brown to coach Bobcats
-Panthers bring Walker home

From the Durham Herald-Sun
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Person familiar with decision says Brown to coach Bobcats
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Some favorite sports movies

The learning process
  UNC-CH's Alex White taking on a much greater role in 2008
Greenville Daily Reflector

Two Hokies sign free-agent deals
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Graham’s Baldwin signs with Queens
  He recently took a visit to East Carolina and played pickup games with some of that team's players.
Burlington Times News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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South Carolina courts Hatchell
-Lad Vols' coach ends marriage
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Skins welcome draftees

Report- ODU got better CBI deal
Roanoke Times

April 28, 2008

From the Charlotte Observer
-Panthers add defensive players on 2nd day of draft
-Draft helps Panthers fill most needs
-PLUS-ONE NEXT FOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL
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Silas- Bobcats' helm would be `dream job'
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13 athletes picked for U.S. slalom squad

Sunday's UNCW Roundup
  UNCW continues its 9-game homestand Tuesday against rival East Carolina at 7 pm
Wilmington Star-News

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Heels walk to win over FSU
-Williams unsurprised by Green's move

N.C. State's Morgan headed to Kansas City
Raleigh News & Observer

Clemson sweeps Virginia Tech
Anderson Independent

From the Greenville (SC) News
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There's tying in SEC baseball
-LSU completes sweep of Gamecocks
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Paladins rally to sweep Catamounts

Simpson expected to play early
  While the selection of Jerome Simpson raised eyebrows among the Cincinnati and national media Saturday, the Bengals coaches touted the talents of the small-school prospect they selected 46th overall in the NFL draft and expect him to contribute immediately.
Myrtle Beach Sun News

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
-A glance at the Redskins' draft picks
-Ravens stake future on Flacco

5 Hokies taken on draft day 2
Roanoke Times

WVU's Slaton, Schmitt, Mundy drafted
Charleston (WV) Gazette

VIDEO- What a pro baseball scout looks for in players
The Virginian Pilot

 

 

May 4, 2008

From conferenecusa.com
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Entergy Named Title Sponsor of 2008 C-USA Baseball Championship
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Houston Earns 7-4 Win over Memphis On Saturday
-Houston Fends Off Tigers' Late Rally for 7-4 Decision
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Southern Miss Evens the Series with Marshall, Winning 12-8 Saturday Evening
-Marshall Falls to No. 28 Southern Miss, 12-8

Herd Falls To No. 28 So. Miss, 12-8
  The Green Wave is 10-5-1 in league play and is second to Rice, while ECU is now 11-7, UH and Southern Miss are both 10-7 and Marshall is 10-9-1.
scout.com

Southern Miss storms past Marshall 12-8
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Q&A with Marshall Head Coach Mark Snyder
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Bitner balances softball, school and motherhood
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Big Green picnic focuses on kids

Stephen F. Austin to play at SMU in '09, '12
Dallas Morning News

One bad move may be hurting Morris' NFL bid
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Ewing's 5 RBIs spark USM
-Giannini sees self in AD post another 4 years

Never too early to talk Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Out-of-step Jay Bergman had to go
Orlando Sentinel

Hunt, homers power Wave
New Orleans Times Picayune

UTEP Miners' Williams suffers injury in contest
El Paso Times

May 3, 2008

From conferencusa.com
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Marshall Swings Past No. 28 Southern Miss, 16-10
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Late Home Run Downs Tigers at Houston, 7-4
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Tulane Opens C-USA Series vs. UCF with 5-2 Friday Victory
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Zornes Added To Johnny Bench Award Watch List For Nation's Top Collegiate Catcher
-Blue Defeats Orange, 10-3, In UTEP Spring Game

From the Orlando Sentinel
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Sources- UCF baseball coach Jay Bergman harassed staffer
  The University of Central Florida fired baseball coach Jay Bergman because he was accused of sexually harassing a team equipment manager, a university source has confirmed.
-PDF- Jay Bergman denies allegations
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Bergman firing contributes to UCF's malaise

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Not using draft for Green-White game unfair
  MU's Green-White game crowd of 6,107 was the second-best spring game attendance in Conference USA. Only Southern Miss' turnout of 11,126 to witness the debut of new head coach Larry Fedora bettered Marshall.
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Both tackle spots wide open for the taking
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Herd strikes early in win over Southern Miss

Bowden to pitch Sunday
Hattiesburg American

Buying into U of M athletics
  When University of Memphis athletic director R.C. Johnson launched the Ambassador's Club in 1997, he thought it "would be a really good coup" if he could get half a dozen high-dollar donors to sign up for it.
Memphis Commercial Appeal

UTEP Spring Game- Defense dominates
El Paso Times

May 2, 2008

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF fires baseball coach Jay Bergman
  "It's a personnel issue," UCF Associate Athletics Director Joe Hornstein said. "We're not going to get into it beyond that."
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UCF attorneys begin interviews with players

Bowden back on mound for Southern Miss
Biloxi Sun Herald

Bowden returning to rotation
Jackson Clarion Ledger

From the Charleston Gazette
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Three more MU football games added to TV schedule
  Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast will televise three Marshall football games this fall.
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Southern Miss looks to cool Herd's hot bats

Big East, C-USA add bowl, trade other spots
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Conference USA Has Bowl Adjustment
scout.com

From conferencusa.com
-Tulane To Host C-USA Foe UCF In Three-Game Weekend Series
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Houston Ready to Face C-USA Rival Memphis This Weekend
-Jones To Be Honored With Leadership Award

Middle infield duo no small benefit
Birmingham News

College baseball- St. Clair glad he returned to Rice
Houston Chronicle

Tiger infielder won't be hurried back
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Dinner tonight for first class of SMU's hall
 The inaugural class of the SMU Athletic Hall of Fame – Forrest Gregg, Martina Moravcova and the late Payne Stewart and Lamar Hunt – will be honored at a dinner tonight at the Hotel Palomar.
Dallas Morning News

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Wave's Petiton back in rhythm
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TULANE vs. CENTRAL FLORIDA

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP football to host its spring game today
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UTEP's Jackson declares for NBA draft

May 1, 2008

From conferencusa.com
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Two C-USA Players Added to Johnny Bench Award Watch List
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Houston Drops 12-Inning Heartbreak vs. UTSA on Tuesday
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Marshall Falls To No. 16 Kentucky, 9-6
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Southern Miss Defeats Southeastern Louisiana 12-7
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Bullpen Comes Through As Tulane Downs Nicholls State, 10-3

New Orleans Bowl moved to Sunday slot
New Orleans Times Picayune

Football- NCAA approves St. Pete bowl
St Petersburg Times

From the Tampa Tribune
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Bowl Game Is Approved For St. Petersburg
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Do We Really Need Another Bowl Game?

From the Hattiesburg American
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USM whips SE Louisiana 12-7
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USM to bid for Regional and Super Regional
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C-USA will play in new St. Petersburg Bowl
  Game will be played on either Dec. 20 or Dec. 21 at Tropicana Field and will pit a C-USA team against a Big East squad.
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USM's Rowley picked as NCAA representative

Papajohns.com Bowl plans to serve up SEC-Big East match on Dec. 29
  The C-USA slot now moves to a new bowl against the Big East in St. Petersburg, which was approved Wednesday.
Birmingham News

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH sets softball wins record with 45
-Cougars fall to Texas-San Antonio in 12 innings
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BCS officials reject four-team playoff; 2 bowls added
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Big 10, Pac-10 play roles of villains at BCS summit

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd fails to hold big lead on Wildcats
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Voluntary workouts to test dedication of Marshall players

Conn Artist
  USM reliever crafting saves at record pace
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

CLOSER IS QUITE THE SAVER
Biloxi Sun-Herald

April 30, 2008

From conferencusa.com
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Houston Enjoys 3-2 Win at Lamar on Tuesday
-Marshall Claws Past Ohio, 10-3
-No. 25 Ole Miss Rolls Past Memphis, 10-1
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Zornes Added To Johnny Bench Award Watch List For Nation's Top Collegiate Catcher
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Southern Miss Falls to UNO, 9-3
-Bullpen Comes Through As Tulane Downs Nicholls State, 10-3
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UCF Tumbles at USF in 14-6 Loss

SEC pursued as bowl affiliate
  C-USA has two years remaining on its contract with the Papajohns.com Bowl but would move to a new ESPN-owned bowl in St. Petersburg, Fla., if it is approved this week by the NCAA.
Birmingham News

Special teams strength
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

From A to Z
  Marshall defensive line coach carving his place among state folk heroes
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Golden Eagles sign juco lefty; Wise staying
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Ole Miss pounds out 10 hits to sweep Tigers
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CSS to show two Tiger football games

TU prepares for NCAA home bid
  The University of Tulsa men's tennis team is two wins away from reaching the NCAA championship round of 16, and those two matches will be on TU's home court.
Tulsa World

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP signs crafty guard from Queens
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Miner defense tries to make up for losses

April 29, 2008

From conferencusa.com
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Baseball Notebook
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Houston to Face Lamar in Beaumont on Tuesday
-Southern Miss Baseball Jumps Back Into the National Rankings at No. 28
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Tulane Goes For Sweep of Nicholls State On Tuesday
-Softball Notebook
-Calipari To Guest Host On Fox Sports National TV Show Tuesday and Wednesday
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Three C-USA Teams Selected for NCAA Women's Golf Regionals

Snyder pleasantly surprised by backups
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

MU football veterans hurt but still working
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Legursky no surprise to Pruett
Beckley Register-Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Memphis freshman Zurcher showing he's no lightweight
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Analysis: BCS may finally take a look at plus-one

CLOSER IS QUITE THE SAVER
Biloxi Sun Herald

April 28, 2008

From conferencusa.com
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Eight-Run Eighth Inning Lifts Marshall Past UAB, 10-6
-Owls Hang On For 7-6 Victory Over UCF Sunday To Claim Weekend Series
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Southern Miss Completes the Series Sweep Over Houston with a 7-6 Come From Behind Win
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Tiger's C-USA Series Versus Tulane Cancelled Due To Rain

Former UCF RB Kevin Smith drafted by Detroit Lions
Orlando Sentinel

Eagles sweep Cougars
Hattiesburg American

Marshall defeats UAB 10-6 in baseball with eight-run eighth inning
Birmingham News

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Herd comes back to beat UAB, 10-6
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Redshirt freshmen blossom

In some spots, depth charts are futile
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Tulsa World
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Big-league dreams
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Paul Smith signs free agent deal with Jaguars
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Rams select former TU linebacker Chamberlain

From the El Paso Times
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Stefon Jackson apparently does not enter NBA Draft
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3 UTEP Miners headed for NFL
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Lorne Sam commits to Broncos as undrafted rookie free agent