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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region

Conference USA

August 17, 2008

Physical Play, Situational Work Keys Scrimmage
ecupirates.com

Penalties a concern for Pirates
Washington Daily News

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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ECU backs adjusting
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Meet the Pirates event lets fans mingle with ECU team

NFL NOTEBOOK Coach sees change in Carr
    Chris Johnson, the Titans running back drafted in the first round out of East Carolina, has set a high standard.
Houston Chronicle

UA loses Smalling, keeps seven prospects
    Duke, North Carolina State, East Carolina and Virginia Tech are possible destinations for Smalling, who is from Raleigh, NC
Arkansas Democrat Gazette

August 16, 2008
Joe Miller's Joke Day
Lunar Eclipse
National Homeless Animals Day and Candlelight Vigils4
Sturgeon Moon
Anniversary - Harmonic Convergence
Anniversary - Elvis Presley's Death
Birthday - Madonna (Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone Richie)

From Bonesville.net
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Bradsher: The Bradsher Beat
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Preseason bonus finally arrives

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Talk FM: TOT (Kevin Miller)

From ecupirates.com
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Light Workout Readies ECU For Scrimmage
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Retailers Recognized In New ECU Program

Hudson revs up Pirates' 'D'
Raleigh News and Observer

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Pirates hit gridiron today for scrimmage
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Former Pirate heading to Babe Ruth series

Lindsay's injury hurts ECU's BCS crashing status
ESPN Blog

August 15, 2008
Assumption of the Virgin Mary/Feast of the Assumption (Catholic)
Best Friend's Day
Chauvin Day
National Men's Grooming Day
National Relaxation Day
World Day of Reiki
Anniversary - Panama Canal
Anniversary - Woodstock
Birthday - Napoleon Bonaparte (French Emperor)
Admission Day (Hawaii)
Festival of Hungary Ghosts (China)

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Continues Prep Work For Second Scrimmage
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Individual Tickets For C-USA Games On Sale

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Bulked-up Dodge could see bulk of kicking duties
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Class starts Wednesday for East Carolina students
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ECU officials examining Chancellor's residence

From the East Carolinian
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Pirates hoping for better result this time
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Five questions in need of answers
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Opinion: Defense is the key to winning Conference USA

Winning seasons and a bowl win raise the bar at ECU
Huntington Herald Dispatch

ECU's Lindsay and Setzer to have knee surgery
espn.com

Cotto hurdles from Waltham all the way to Beijing
    After graduating from East Carolina University last year, Cotto thought his track career might be concluding.
Waltham (MA)
Daily News Tribune

Qualk Talk- Top Five Toughest Non-Conference Schedules in America
Bleacher Report

August 14, 2008
V.J. Day
Assistance Dog Day
Navajo Code Talkers Day (Navajo Nation)

From Bonesville.net
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Myatt: View from the 'ville
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New chip born; RB void gets bigger

Talk FM: TOT

From ecupirates.com
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Injuries Starting To Mount For Pirates
    Bad news came in a double dose for E
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Mack McCarthy's Letters of Marque - Week 13

Injuries fell two Pirate starters
    Bad news came in a double dose for East Carolina football Wednesday.
Greenville Daily Reflector

Titans back wants 'Rookie of Year'
The Tennessean

NCAA Football Preview - East Carolina Pirates
Macon Telegraph (Sports Network)

CFL: Overcoming injuries with character
Regina Leader Post

August 13, 2008
Left Hander's Day
17 Days until Football Kickoff

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Quietly Knock Out Practice No. 13
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Campbell Selected Preseason All-C-USA
    Standout Goalkeeper Honored By C-USA Head Coaches

Opposites man ECU's cornerback positions
Greenville Daily Reflector

Campbell grateful for return
    ECU lineman had blood clot in '07.
Raleigh News and Observer

Johnson handling the hype after big run
Nashville City Paper

Talk FM: TOT (Brad Crone, Christina Vitale)
Bonesville.net

East Carolina fans go to war with Cracker Barrel
Orlando Sentinel

19 possible upsets
MLive.com

Magill Holds Ten Offers
    “Syracuse and Delaware are definitely my leaders and ECU would be third in that mix.
scout.com

August 12, 2008
UN International Youth Day
Vinyl Record Day
Anniversary - IBM Personal Computer
Anniversary - Sewing Machine

From Bonesville.net
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Bailey: From the Anchor Desk
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Pirates look solid in first scrimmage

Talk FM: TOT

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Returns To Work After Scrimmage
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Smith Qualifies For First PGA Event
    ECU assistant coach earned one of four open spots for 2008 Wyndham Championship

Pirates’ running backs are confident
Washington Daily News

Holtz says depth chart is coming into focus
Greenville Daily Reflector

Ready: Johnson makes big impression
Winston Salem Journal (AP)

Team Noel delivers
    Derrick Wiley, an East Carolina alum, led Team Noel with 23 points.
Durham Herald-Sun

August 11, 2008
Saint Clare of Assisi Feast Day
Elvis Week

O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 353
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Kass maintaining his focus

Bonesville.net

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Johnson looking for first-team playing time 
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Almost $900K coming to ECU grant winners

Nashville: Titans and Falcons both start well
    If this keeps up, the East Carolina product just may become the hottest thing to hit Music City since the steel guitar.
Chattanooga Times Free Press

Johnson leaves impression
Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

Titans can't wait to attack defenses with rookie
WAAY (AP)

 

August 17, 2008

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Big games, big decisions
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What's the formula?
    The Triangle's college football coaches are trying to build a winning program.
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N&O shifts beats
    AJ Carr will cover East Carolina
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No rust on Favre in Jets debut
    East Carolina product David Garrard was 7-for-14 for 63 yards
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Young QBs may get chance
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Withers won't confuse UNC-CH's defense

Hokies plan to expand Boone's horizons
Roanoke Times

WVU makes Top 10 in AP preseason football poll
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

From the Beckley Register Herald
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Defense dominates WVU scrimmage
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Stewart not an optimist or a pessimist

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Offense fizzles with top names sidelined
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Boiling down WVU's preseason camp

FSU freshman start with smooth move
    “I wanted to get away from home,” he explained, when asked why he chose FSU over his hometown school, East Carolina University.
Fayetteville Observer

Blue Devils put on show for fans
Durham Herald-Sun

Clemson holds second scrimmage
    Kyle Johnson, a graduate of East Carolina who transferred to Clemson this year and will be eligible to play for the Tigers as a graduate student
Greenville (SC) News

Spurrier simplifying the offense
Columbia (SC) State

August 16, 2008

From the Times-West Virginian
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Lazear to replace Williams in opener
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Mountaineers getting healthier

Season No. 2 will be huge for Davis
Durham Herald-Sun

August 15, 2008

Whitaker makes most of switch
    Now a wide receiver, the former Virginia Tech quarterback expects to be a contributor at his new spot.
Roanoke Times

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
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WVU's Williams says he expects to miss opener
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WVU football practices travel plans tonight

Lazear ready to contribute to West Virginia cause
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Old man Liebig making a big impact on line
-True frosh Sands sends a message
-Notebook: VMI experience invaluable to Stewart

From the Beckley Register-Herald
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Mountaineers finish two-a-days
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WVU’s Johnson: ‘The foot is a little sore, but it’s OK’

Dave Hart ideal for Bama job
Tuscaloosa News

New executive AD Hart hitting the ground running at Bama
Opelika Auburn News

Schedule close to finalized
    The Seahawks face East Carolina twice at Brooks Field and once in Greenville.
Wilmington Star-News

SEC signs 15-year TV deal with CBS
Birmingham News

From the Virginian Pilot
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Skins ready for Favre circus on Saturday against the Jets
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It's just practice, but ODU's first was a real hot ticket

From the Charlotte Observer
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Panthers stumble in 4th quarter
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Nothing unfair about how Pack decided on QBs

From the Winston Salem Journal
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WFU's running game struggles in scrimmage
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QB Mauk sues NCAA over eligibility question

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Canes' notice limited
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ACC's Fenway foray postponed

August 14, 2008

Road Trip! (Kind Of)
    Bill Stewart and the Mountaineers are leaving town on Friday night.
scout.com

From the Beckley (WV) Register-Herald
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Mountaineers impressive in scrimmage
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WVU’s Morrone battling for starting job
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ESPN confirms WVU, Davidson will face off at Jimmy V Classic

A Goode player, Rodgers, Urban and other notes
Charleston (WV) Gazette

WVU runner never gave up
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Talkin' football
Roanoke Times

Troy's Larry Blakeney gives ousted OU recruit spot on roster
Birmingham News

Beecher struggles in action
Columbia (SC) State

Clemson Notebook
Anderson Independent Mail

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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James learns lesson
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Johnson leaves N.C. State
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Preps: Chapel Hill High School Player dies after practice
    Dehydration is one of the possible causes.

From the Durham Herald-Sun
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Preps: Mystery surrounds football star's death
    Atlas Fraley, a Chapel Hill High School football star who died Tuesday afternoon at his home, apparently made a 911 call for help, but something went wrong.
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Tar Heels will stick to gridiron after bowling gutter balls

What did Panthers training camp tell us?
Charlotte Observer

August 13, 2008

Hokies' TB battle in wrong direction
Roanoke Times

QB races for UVa, Tech hard to predict
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Virginian Pilot
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Va. Tech's first scrimmage ragged, marked by freshman errors
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Washington's happy - and finally healthy

Previewing the ACC: August? We're Starting This in August?
    East Carolina at Virginia Tech: I dislike both of these teams. Correction - I dislike both of these teams' fans. And I could say mean things about them...
Carolina March

Hokies to reload after losing winningest class in school history
ESPN

White happy with offensive progress
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

WVU’s Liebig cleared by NCAA to play
Beckley (WV) Register-Herald

Stew still looking for backup tailback
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Cutcliffe makes recruiting gains for Duke
Fayetteville Observer

From the Durham Herald-Sun
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Devils find themselves hurting at running back
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Half dozen to watch
    I am wondering when the ACC will win a BCS bowl game ... and trying to understand why once-mighty Florida State actually has lost 12 games in the last two seasons ... and, oh yes, trying to imagine what N.C. State might do to South Carolina’s psyche if the Wolfpack wins in Columbia, S.C., on Aug. 28.

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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State QB battle is down to three
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Duke ground game slowed

Injuries piling up for Gators in fall practice
Columbia (SC) State

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Feelin' a Bit Salty
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Real Deal: Pitt's McCoy makes a believer out of Dorsett
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Starting Fresh: Vidovich says WFU won't rest on laurels

New league eyes Michael Vick as its star attraction
Anderson Independent

August 12, 2008

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Hokies lose three to season-ending injuries
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Harris wants lunch pail back
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Groh runs 'tight ship'
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Cavs assistant lets views be known
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A quarterback mystery

Choice Hokies undergo other weight training
Roanoke Times

From the Virginian Pilot
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In the Hokies' back battle, everybody's in the running
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Return of Virginia's Kevin Ogletree well received

Physical day for WVU
Beckley (WV) Register-Herald

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
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Offensive coach pleased with Mountaineers progress
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WVU-Villanova game sold out

Early line wars go to defense
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

New faces, tough season are ahead for Virginia
Staunton News Leader

Clemson's McDaniel to enter pre-trial intervention program
Anderson Independent

Torn tendon sidelines tackle
Columbia (SC) State

Charlotte DB Likes Gamecocks
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

ADs work to schedule 49ers-Wildcats game
Charlotte Observer

UNC-CH'S Rice draws strength from dad
Raleigh News and Observer

44-year-old writer is treated like a real player on the team
Winston Salem Journal

August 11, 2008

Virginia Tech still has two starters at quarterback
Philadelphia Daily News

'Football 101' week for WVU
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Groh: Contest at quarterback is wide open
The Virginian Pilot

Groh limits access to QBs
Roanoke Times

Devils' Boyette out indefinitely
Durham Herald-Sun

Zorn has Redskins confident, excited
Philadelphia Daily News

Stars come out to join fight against cancer
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Football coach makes his pitch
    David Cutcliffe, the dynamic new Blue Devils football coach, is on an Olympic-size mission. The upbeat conversationalist has been crisscrossing the state and beyond, talking up Duke football, trying to convert doubters into believers -- even before the first kickoff.
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Staff evaluating Pack QBs

    Junior Harrison Beck and sophomore Justin Burke didn't play Sunday during N.C. State's second preseason football scrimmage.
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Deacons' defense dominant

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Tiger fans swoon as Bowden preaches humility
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USC practice report: Smelley, Garcia banged up

 

August 17, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
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Southern Miss Completes Second Full Scrimmage of Fall Camp
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Day Nine of Tulane Football Camp Features Controlled Scrimmage at Saints Indoor Facility
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Blazers Scrimmage For Second Time In Fall Camp
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Miners Scrimmage, Work on Buffalo in the Sun Bowl

From the Birmingham News
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UAB coach not pleased with defense's performance
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UAB football receivers disappoint coach

From the Dallas Morning News
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SMU defense designed to produce big plays
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SMU gets pledge from Mandeville, La., OL

From the Houston Chronicle
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Cougar football- Scrimmage notes
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Owls camp- the turk is coming

From the Hattiesburg American
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Former USM baseball coach still going strong at 90
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Defense draws praise

McRath, Abanikanda will anchor defense
Jackson Clarion Ledger

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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MU notebook- Offense shows muscle in scrimmage
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Wide receiver Thompson regains his focus
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QB Club membership party slated for Saturday
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Herd has a productive scrimmage

Offense shines in Herd’s practice game
Beckley Register Herald

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Notebook- Youngsters have their day at Herd scrimmage
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Score a victory for Herd offense
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Big day for Cann as Herd scrimmages

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Talented receivers the pride of Tigers
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Andre Turner a Tiger feel-good story
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No slow summer for Tigers

From the Orlando Sentinel
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Aftermath of UCF death- Wrongful death lawsuits can take years to reach their conclusion
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Weams stands out as offense falters
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UCF defenders bond, have fun off field

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Jones fretting over lost recruits
    Tulane baseball coach Rick Jones didn't sleep well Friday night. In fact, he said, he didn't sleep at all.
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TULANE NOTES

August 16, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
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SMU Alum Nordenstam Wins Bronze Medal
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Four C-USA Players Named To Butkus Award® Watch List
-Cougar Scrimmage Time Altered
-Tulane-Alabama Football Kickoff Time Set for 6-07 p.m.
-Tulsa-Boise State to Renew Football Series
-Blazers Workout Friday Afternoon, Prepare To Scrimmage Saturday

June Jones takes on another challenge
Raleigh News and Observer

TCU, SMU players named to watch list for Butkus award
Dallas Morning News

Beach boy to Blazer
Birmingham News

Check out an in-depth look at WVU, Marshall football schedules
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

From the Hattiesburg American
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The quiet battle
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MU notebook- Young players take spotlight

From the Hattiesburg American
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Break's over; Eagles back on field
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Season poses many questions
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USM sets ticket record

August 15, 2008

Herd sticking to ground
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
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Snyder turns up heat in Herd drills
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Herd foursome bands together as players, friends

Thompson up to speed on, off the field
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Leggett likes Herd chemistry
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Sharing the load
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Linemen have been battling from the start

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
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Tulane quarterback Scott Elliott handling his new role
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Moore named Tulane's starting QB

Junes Jones era has Dallas excited about SMU
Honolulu Advertiser

SMU RB Martin sings offense's praises
Dallas Morning News

Tigers look to reach Conference USA championship
Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

UAB offensive line coach seeks five for line
Birmingham News

Fedora, Eagles take surprise movie break
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

UCF practice notes: O'Leary promoting early signing day
Orlando Sentinel

Clement, Dillard lead Rice one more time
sportingnews.com

From the Houston Chronicle
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Owls camp- Bailiff pulls a fast one
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Cougar football: Scrimmage Saturday, etc.

From conferenceusa.com
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Cougars camp Continues With Eye On Second Scrimmage
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Southern Miss Breaks Its All-Time Football Season Ticket Sales Record
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Tulane Holds First Two-A-Day Practice In Day Seven Of Preseason Camp
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UAB Continues Camp With Thursday Afternoon Practice

From the El Paso Times
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Sellout expected- Tickets go fast for University of Texas game
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Experience necessary- UTEP Miner defensive line much improved
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UTEP Miner kicker again shows off strong leg

August 14, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
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Tigers Practice Twice on Wednesday
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Golden Eagles Complete 14th Practice of Fall Camp
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Tulane Goes Full Pads In Day Six Of Preseason Practice
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Blazers Continue Preseason Work With Two Practices Wednesday
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UCF Football Preseason Report - Aug. 13
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UTEP Practice Q/A #8: Jeff Moturi

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Kitchens looking strong in the middle
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Notebook- McClellan's looking like his old self again

Marshall names Myers assistant football trainer
Beckley (WV) Register-Herald

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Landon- Hoskins at tackle a sight for sore eyes
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Defensive linemen cleared to play after season of academic ineligibility
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MU Notebook- McClellan inspires encouraging words

Newfound depth fueling position battles for Herd
The Parthenon (Marshall)

Eagles starting to show wear, tear of practice
Jackson Clarion Ledger

Defense rules in USM workout
Biloxi Sun-Herald

From the Hattiesburg American
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USM's Fedora- 'We better have a sense of urgency'
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Golden Eagles' Byrd aims to be 'Rock'-solid
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Intensity is picking up for Eagles

Big Three face tough conference schedules
Kosciusko (MS) Star Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Four-star football recruit to transfer from Auburn to Memphis
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New Tiger aide doesn't hold back

Furr to play for Memphis
    Left Auburn after last week's fight during practice
Columbus (GA) Ledger-Enquirer

UCF practice notes- Weatherford enjoys competition at QB
Orlando Sentinel

Webb sure thing at quarterback; other positions still shaking out
Birmingham News

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP Miners shift gears to prepare for Buffalo
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Two UTEP seniors look to lead the way for linebackers
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Ex-Montwood High star finds niche in UTEP football

SMU sophomore enjoying switch to linebacker
Dallas Morning News

TU kicker gets advice from ex-Sooner
Tulsa World

Owls camp: Adios, sine and cosine
Houston Chronicle

From the Myrtle Beach Sun-News (Sports Network)
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NCAA Football Preview - UCF Knights
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NCAA Football Preview - Marshall Thundering Herd

NCAA Football Preview - Houston Cougars
keyetv.com (Sports Network)

NCAA Football Preview - Tulane Green Wave
Raleigh News and Observer (Sports Network)

From the ESPN Blogs
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Morning Coffee- Marshall trying to return to prominence
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Chat with Graham Watson

August 13, 2008

From USA Today
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Marshall's Herd ready to thunder again
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Around Conference USA - Football

From conferenceusa.com
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Cougar Divers Win Silver At Beijing Olympics
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Memphis Chosen C-USA Women's Soccer Preseason Favorite
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First Scrimmage In The Books For Houston
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Mustangs Wrap Up First Week Of Practice
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Golden Eagles Complete Second Two-A-Day in Rainy Conditions
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Wave Picks Up Pace In Day Five Of Preseason Practice
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UTEP Practice Q/A #7: Adam Vincent

Starting UTEP safety Walker may be out for season
    UTEP may have suffered its first big loss of the season as safety Roddray Walker, who began workouts as a starter, could be facing season-ending shoulder surgery.
El Paso Times

Golden Eagles, coaches pick up intensity level
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the Hattiesburg American
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USM's D-line seeks consistency
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USM signee heading to Pearl River

2008 brings brutal schedule for Blazers football
The Kaleidoscope (UAB)

From the Birmingham News
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UAB's long snapper, Jeff Hamby, wonders what it would be like to be in the spotlight
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UAB's Townsend, 11 others to be inducted

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Albert's back?
    McClellan resumes stellar career -- but with concern
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NFL presence another sign of optimism in Herd camp

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Freshmen seek playing time
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MU Notebook: Scouts are returning to Herd practices

Herd playmakers trade touchdowns and turnovers
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Marshall brings more to MU’s table
Beckley Register-Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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UTEP Miners hope to step up on defense
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Tigers' backfield thin

SMU's linebacker depth gets tested early
Dallas Morning News

From the Houston Chronicle
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Owls camp: double the workload
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Cougar football: Scrimmage report

DT Delery chooses Tulane
New Orleans Times Picayune

August 12, 2008

From collegefootballnews.com
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Vacek: Conference USA East News
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C-USA Players to watch
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Blog ... Analyzing the Two New Bowl Games

From conferenceusa.com
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Cougars Set For Scrimmage #1 On Tuesday
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Tigers Hold First Scrimmage Monday
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Southern Miss Football Battles Rain in Full Pads Monday
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UCF Football Preseason Report - Aug. 11
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UTEP Practice Q&A # 6: Aaron Price and Bob Connelly
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Blazers Wrap Up First Two-a-Day Practice
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Tulsa Football Team Holds First Scrimmage
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Bad Weather Thwarts Progress In Day Four Of Tulane's Football Camp
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Mustangs Wrap Up First Week Of Practice

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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No more weak stuff
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MU Notebook: For several reasons, preseason practices are not the same

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Herd hoping for Hall's emergence
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Notebook: Will few true frosh play?

Herd offensive line has familiar feel to Leggett
Beckley (WV) Register-Herald

Spreading the wealth is more the plan
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Golden Eagles not hindered by rain
Biloxi Sun Herald

Fedora looking for consistency on young D-line
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF transfer student vies for kicking job
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UCF linebacker Richards has healthy outlook this season
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UCF practice notes: O'Leary delays naming his starting quarterback
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Greco, Weatherford still battling for starting quarterback job

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Mistakes plague first Tiger scrimmage
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Tiger football notebook: Walk-on impresses
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QB question mark for Tulsa

From the Birmingham News
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Is Joe Webb ready to be the next face of UAB football?
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COLLEGE BEAT
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UAB football aims to crack top 50

Tulane lining up to prove a point
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP Miners offensive line expects to be better this year
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Slew of injured UTEP football players getting back to practice

From the Tulsa World
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Practice Report: Tulsa
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TU: No QB decision yet
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Tulsa offense looks make encore

SMU quarterback race wide open
Dallas Morning News

From the Houston Chronicle
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Cougar football: Open Scrimmage
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Owls camp: competition heats up

August 11, 2008

Newcomers impress at five positions
Birmingham News

From the Houston Chronicle
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Cougar football: Fan Appreciation Day notes
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Owls camp: scrimmage and special teams

A big week ahead for Herd QBs
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Offensive line copes with practice struggles
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MU Notebook: Herd alums liked what they saw at practice

Sporting News Reports Leftwich To Steelers
scout.com

Knights' defense dominates practice
Florida Today

Pressure is on young UCF running backs
Orlando Sentinel

Tulsa: Three Storylines
Tulsa World

UTEP Miners have big shoes to fill at end
El Paso Times