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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region

Conference USA

October 5, 2008

C-USA Scoreboard, Standings, Schedule
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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Soccer Ends C-USA Road Swing At UCF
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Volleyball Ends Weekend With UCF

Greensboro Teen Dies In Crash; Three Others Injured
  Cameron Scott Wayne, a 17-year-old senior, already had verbally committed to play football on a full scholarship at East Carolina University next year.

WFMY News

Crash kills Southern Guilford football player
Greensboro News-Record

Perry WR tries committing to East Carolina, but told to wait
  Perry wide receiver Trey Smith said he tried to commit to East Carolina, but that the Pirates aren’t taking commitments at this time.

Atlanta Journal Constitution

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Wideouts hopeful offense can regain early form
-New leadership to guide Brody School of Medicine

Ray Lewis Reaches Out To Chris Johnson
RealGM.com

October 4, 2008
St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day (Catholic)
Ten-Four Day
World Card Making Day
Anniversary - Sputnik
Birthday - President Rutherford Hayes Birthday (19th President)

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Blank Southern Miss, 2-0
  The East Carolina soccer team continued its strong start to C-USA play on Friday evening, shutting out Southern Miss 2-0 at the Southern Miss Soccer Complex.
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Volleyball Slips Against Southern Miss
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Teams Split Annual Intrasquad Meet

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Redshirts gone, Jones, Womack eager to hit field for ECU
-ECU officials take measures to curb growth
-Around Campus: Upcoming Palin visit causing a buzz of activity

Here's how to keep swimming when there's BCS blood in water
sportsline.com

Passing Out Some Early Hardware
BlackAthlete.net

Sweeping the Southeast: Travis Bond
superprep.com

Talk FM: TOT (Bailout Program)
Bonesville.net

October 3, 2008
Lee National Denim Day
National Diversity Day

Hargrave Military Defeats ECU Jayvees 22-19
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Hargrave slips past ECU jayvees, 22-19
-Painted pirate snatchers caught red-handed

From the East Carolinian
-ECU receives timely bye week
-Week six- Ranking the Carolinas
-ECU swimmers dive in this weekend

Johnson, Haynesworth receive NFL monthly honors
Titansonline.com

Under Fisher's steady hand, upstart Titans back among elite
USA Today

Talk FM: TOT (Crime Stoppers)
Bonesville.net

October 2, 2008
Fast of Gedalya (Jewish)
Guardian Angels Day
National Custodial Workers' Day
Phileas Fogg's Wager Day
World Farm Animals Day
Birthday - Mohandas Gandhi (spiritual leader)

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Wolfpack official- No ECU-N.C. State game next season
-Pirates host Hargrave for JV contest today
-ECU swim teams look to continue success under Kobe
-Nathan's Notes

Injury to Cotton proves costly
Washington Daily News

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Holtz tackles challenge
-Palin to speak at ECU on Tuesday

Letters Of Marque - The October Edition
ecupirates.com

Three added to ECU Basketball
wnct.com

Zico Pasut Climbs Aboard the East Carolina Pirates Ship
southcharlottesportsreport.com

John Thompson- Coaching without players
Arkansas News

Talk FM: TOT (4-H Candidates Meeting)
Bonesville.net

October 1, 2008
Eid-Al-Fitr (begins at sundown - Celebrating the Fast - Islamic)
UN International Day of Older Persons
World Vegetarian Day
Anniversary - CD Player
Anniversary - Disney World
Anniversary - Model T (Ford)
Birthday - President Jimmy Carter (39th President)

Walk-on gets start for Pirates
Greenville Daily Reflector

From ecupirates.com
-Soccer Ranked 13th In Southeast Region
-Harold Varner Leads ECU At VCU Shootout
-Pirates Find Success At UNC Fall Invitational

After de-committing to Kentucky, Heritage’s Jones sets visit to Alabama
  Jones will now focus on scholarship offers from East Carolina and South Carolina.  And Alabama and Vanderbilt are showing strong interest.
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Titans' Johnson sticking it to those critical of him
Pro Football Weekly

Talk FM: TOT
Bonesville.net

September 30, 2008
Feast of Saint Jerome
Rosh Hashanah

From Bonesville.net
-Bailey: From the Anchor Desk
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Time to reflect, regroup, reload

-BVL:
ECU Football Recruiting Thumbnails (Max Hay)
Talk FM: TOT (Habitat for Humanity)

From ecupirates.com
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ECU-Virginia Game Set For 12 Noon
-Leandersson Leading Pirates At VCU
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Campbell Earns C-USA Weekly Honor

Timely bye week for ECU
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the East Carolinian
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Houston spoils C-USA home-opener
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N.C. State loss still lingers with Pirates

Former ECU star Johnson is excelling in the NFL
Washington Daily News

ECU's Holtz is sports club guest
Raleigh News and Observer

From scout.com
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Community Captain- Kendrick Wiggins
  Wiggins (5-foot-11, 180 pounds) has received a scholarship offer to play for the Pirates at East Carolina University.
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Tabb Swings by State
  East Carolina was the most recent to offer Tabb a scholarship.

Jags have Garrard to thank for Sunday's victory
Pro Football Weekly

September 29, 2008
Michaelmas (Greek/Roman Catholic)
Rosh Hashanah (begins at sundown - Jewish New Year)
Confucius Day

From Bonesville.net
-O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 359
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Week of frustration raises questions

-BVL:
Harris, AP and Coaches Polls
-BVL:
Denny O'Brien's Harris Poll ballot

From ecupirates.com
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Late Goal Lifts Pirates Past Houston, 1-0
-Volleyball Falls To Memphis

Good-bye week for ECU?
Greenville Daily Reflector

Wilson- Pirates can bounce back
Washington Daily News

East Carolina Clipboard
Raleigh News and Observer

Garrard's play for Jags is definition of clutch
Orlando Sentinel

CJ vs. AP closer than expected - AFC South
espn.com

Chris Johnson scores twice in Week 4 win
Rotoworld.com

 

October 5, 2008

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Simply stunning
  One coach figured to be daring, the other gun-shy. Both went against type Saturday night, setting the stage for one of the most confounding college football results the commonwealth has ever witnessed.
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Game notes

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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U. Va's Cavs win easily against Maryland Saturday
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Va. Tech takes two steps forward... three steps back
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Zorn warns Skins not to get ahead of themselves

From the Roanoke Times
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UVa reverses fortune, trounces Terrapins
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Stale Hokies prevail

From the Richmond Times Dispatch
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Shell-shock
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U.VA. NOTES

UVA flabergasts fans by shutting out Terps
C-Ville Weekly

Verica salts Terrapins’ wounds
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Eagles' 'fence wire' tangles up Pack
  In the old days at East Carolina, when Jeff Jagodzinski was an assistant and Steve Logan the head coach, they sometimes used the phrase "fence wire and duct tape" to describe the sort of offensive attack Boston College used Saturday to put away
-BC rides Crane to win
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UNC-CH throws block party
-Blue Devils lay a goose egg

Mountaineers fight off Knights
Beckley (WV) Register-Herald

iTiger puts Clemson game info into more fans' hands
Greenville (SC) News

Gamecocks' offense nixes Rebels
Columbia (SC) State

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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QB rallies Vandy to win, 1st 5-0 start since 1943
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Smelley's 3 TDs lift South Carolina to 31-24 win over Ole Miss

Five reasons ACC football will bounce back
Fayetteville Observer

Leaves may change, but App St. doesn't
Charleston (SC) Post Courier

October 4, 2008

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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Groh, Cavs enter crucial stretch
  With the heat reaching an all-time high, Virginia coach Al Groh has been presented a fortuitous schedule that may determine his ever-fragile future.
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QB woes illustrate UVa slide

Cavs look for a sign
  An important homestand starts for Virginia, which has lost five in a row to Division I-A foes and is hearing fan base disapproval.

Roanoke Times

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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Cavs face uncertain reception in first home game in a month
-Foster is seeking more from his young Hokies' defense
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For Redskins, it's all about hanging onto the ball

From the Richmond Times Dispatch
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Suddenly, Cavs' pain is physical
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Three keys for Virginia vs Maryland

Maryland sees U.Va. as rival
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Coach's reunion doesn't concern Wolfpack
Burlington Times News

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-N&O's preview of today's games (PDF)
-Injury-depleted Pack trying to plug holes
-The spread of the spread
-It may be new to you ...
-Gillies hopes to make an impact

From the Durham Herald-Sun
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Devils take the show on the road
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UNC-CH closing in on '07 win total

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-ACC's Atlantic Division race still wide open
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UNCP shows major progress in second football season
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Backups play key roles in Campbell's first win since 1950

WVU/Rutgers: It will come down to the QBs
Charleston (WV)
Gazette

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Nix is a Rebel with a cause
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Gameday preview- USC vs. Ole Miss

USC-Ole Miss- 3 story lines to watch
Spartanburg Herald Journal

Samford, Western Carolina looking for SoCon streak-breaker
Birmingham News

Paladins hope to solve Elon's Riddle
Greenville (SC) News

From the Winston Salem Journal
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ASU opens conference play
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Earnhardt wipes out when tire explodes

From the Charlotte Observer
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Peppers fined $10,000 for hit on QB
-Gym is Morrison's refuge from doubts
-Doubleheader is afamily affair for Carters

No. 8 BYU wins 15th straight
Wilmington Star News (AP)

October 3, 2008

From espn.com
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Last-second FG lifts Utah
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Utah survives, remains unbeaten
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Panthers bounce Bulls
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Positive sign- Virginia reverses banner banishment

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Tech's Whitaker suspended
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Insulated in the hot seat
  Virginia coach Al Groh doesn't read e-mail as he faces lots of criticism with his team floundering offensively.

Groh Must Go- Virginia football is in a downward spiral
Winston Salem Journal

Who are these guys?
  Vanderbilt and Kentucky both 4-0 for the first time in more than 20 years.

Birmingham News

Football- Holtz returns for one more game
Notre Dame Observer

To BC, Tom O’Brien stands for ’old business’
Boston Herald

College football- which teams could bust the BCS Busters?
Carson (NV) Times

FSU-Miami rivalry has lost its luster
Anderson Independent Mail

Devils' holder has support of wife, brother-in-law in program
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-USC's Spurrier taps Smelley to start against Ole Miss
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Spurrier tops Fox Sports’ whiniest list
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Wofford's Seth Goldwire named Southern Conference's defensive player of the month

Clemson issues linger during scheduled pause in weekly games
Greenville (SC) News

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-Duke recruiting looks peachy
-No. 23 UConn plays a little football, too
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Canes fend off Predators

October 2, 2008

From the Roanoke Times
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Carries may increase for UVA's Jackson
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Negativity talk on hold

Davis- The earlier, the better with non-conference challenges
  Heels 2009 schedule includes East Carolina and The Citadel at home and a trip to Connecticut.

Durham Herald-Sun

ACC football truly 'offensive'
Hampton Roads Daily Press

ACC football seems to be climbing up to mediocrity
Winston Salem Journal

Gamecocks eager to face former coach Nix
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Morris- Calls for Bowden's job are premature
Columbia (SC) State

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-Duke, Alabama to be at Wade
-Blue Devils' defense on alert
-NCSU students reject fee increase
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O'Brien fond of BC's Toal

ASU's Edwards returns to practice
C
harlotte Observer

October 1, 2008

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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Always vigilant, Groh continues to fight negativity
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After battling Eagles, Skins will face weaker foes

Not good to be Al right now at Virginia
Roanoke Times

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-Beleagured Groh faces difficult days
-Helmet mishaps 'alarming'
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Heels' rally at Miami one for the books
-The state of LBs
  N.C. grows strong in linebacker talent

No Hokies bailout from top ACC official
  Nebraska coach Bo Pelini was not pleased with a couple calls in the Huskers' loss to Virginia Tech. The calls were correct, the ACC's top official said.
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Charlotte Observer
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Local franchises could suffer from economy, gas woes
-Culture is changing for Bobcats
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Heels QB Sexton gets 2nd chance as starter

Cutcliffe has Devils' focus on Yellow Jackets
Durham Herald-Sun

Strange days for Spurrier and his No. 1 defense
Greenville (SC) News

Bowden defends offense, Spence
Columbia (SC) State

Deacons eager to show their resilience
Winston Salem Journal

September 30, 2008

Cavaliers seeking course correction
Richmond Times Dispatch

Groh encouraged by freshmen
Lynchburg News and Advance

Wrong man for the job
  When Al Groh's Virginia coaching obituary is penned -- sooner rather than later? -- his worst blunder arguably will have been promoting his son to offensive coordinator.
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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UNC-CH, Pirates set Oct. 11 games
-Sexton's patience pays off for Heels
-Beck still tabbed to start
-NCSU seeks increase in athletics fee
-Wachovia sale felt by N.C. sports
-NCHSAA to up return to schools

It's all conference all the time for NC State
Burlington Times News

Tar Heels to take on undefeated Huskies
Winston Salem Journal

First things first
  Before Notre Dame comes to Kenan Stadium next weekend, UNC-CH has the small matter of Saturday's game against Connecticut to attend to.
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Charlotte Observer
-49ers halfway to goal
  Charlotte sells 2,558 seat licenses for football in the first two weeks of the program.
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Duke a candidate for Charlotte's bowl game?
-Brown's big challenge
-5 questions for the Bobcats
-Gross could miss 2 games

They're not laughing at Blue Devils football now
Greensboro News-Record

West Virginia coach Bill Stewart Q&A
Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger

Can WVU's defense keep rolling?
Beckley Register-Herald

Bowden still believes in Tigers despite difficult loss
Anderson Independent Mail

Bowden expects no big changes before Wake Forest game
Greenville (SC) News

UNCW looks for some swagger (with a 3.0)
Wilmington Star News

September 29, 2008

Becoming obvious fast
  It's way too early to write off teams
Boston Globe

Tigers’ stunning loss just part of a much larger trend
Anderson Independent Mail

Hokies causing fewer groans
Roanoke Times

Surprising Duke gets one vote in the coaches' poll
Greensboro News-Record

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-CFB Late Hits
-N.C. State Clipboard
-UNC-CH Clipboard
-Duke Clipboard
-Camels get over the hump
  Because of Milton Brown's big play, Campbell is celebrating a football victory for the first time in 58 years.
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Canes break through
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Scobee delivers again

Vols starting quarterback spot up for grabs
Memphis Commercial Appeal

WVU ready for Big East
Beckley Register-Herald

Skins look legit
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Jake-Steve-Moose- Panthers let good times roll
Charlotte Observer

Johnson wins, leads standings
Winston Salem Journal

 

October 5, 2008

October 4 Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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ABOUT-FACE
  Seeking its third straight win and facing winless Army, the Green Wave gets knocked flat
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Wave can't contain all of Army's options
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Tulane gets knocked flat by Army

From the El Paso Times
-UTEP 2-0 in C-USA after win in double-OT
-UTEP notes- Fake-punt gamble pays off for Price
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Final- UTEP beats Southern Miss in overtime

From the Hattiesburg American
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Tough to take
  There's no better description of Southern Miss' double-overtime defeat to UTEP on Saturday other than it was an absolute heartbreaker for the Golden Eagles.
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'The Rock' features major upgrades

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Missed field goals haunt Eagles
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Magee's knee keeps him out
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Unconventional style works out for Price
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Special teams good, atrocious

USM falls to UTEP in double overtime
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Tulsa World
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TU wins; a Top 25 spot next?
-Golden start
WEB EXCLUSIVE- Listen to interviews with coach Todd Graham and running back Tarrion Adams after a 63-28 win over Rice
-Turnover battle goes to TU
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Tulsa, Graham bump off the MOB
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TU Notebook

From the Houston Chronicle
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Rice football player sets touchdown record with 51st
  Career TD mark falls as Rice loses 63-28 in C-USA
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Recap- Tulsa 63, Rice 28
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Cougar football- Photoshop magic, Pt. II

Knights halt slide- Michael Greco leads UCF to a much-needed victory
Orlando Sentinel

From the Dallas Morning News
-Mixed results for SMU running game
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Still no magic for SMU in fourth straight loss, 31-17

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Marshall back to square one
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Herd takes some time off
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MU notebook- Losses leave Herd faithful seeking answers

Tigers, Kansas battling for Henry, Robinson
Memphis Commercial Appeal

October 4, 2008

From the Huntington Herald Dispatch
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Herd whitewashed by Bearcats
-Herd still shoots itself in the foot
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MU Notebook- Cann's struggles compound Herd's woes
-Grading the Herd
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MU-UC Game Balls

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
-Marshall falls to Cincinnati in Friday night showcase
-White Out night is wipeout of Marshall by Cincinnati

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
-Herd shaky in loss to UC
-UC QB, negative plays hurt Marshall
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Cincinnati-Marshall statistics

Marshall Falls to Cincinnati, 33-10
conferenceusa.com

From the Houston Chronicle
-Owls remain calm heading into game against Tulsa
-Football- Anyone for Rice at Tulsa
?
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Rice vs. Tulsa- Five things to watch

From the Tulsa World
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Chapman showdown
  It wasn't long ago when Tulsa and Rice were doormats of the college football world.
-TU- 3 storylines
-TU Notebook
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State schools going for unprecedented 5-0 starts to season
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TU in BCS race? Help wanted

From the Birmingham News
-Callaway takes blame for players' penalties
-COLLEGE BEAT

UTEP's dual-QB system poses challenge for USM
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Gray leads black and gold d-line
Hattiesburg American

Golden Eagles plan to revive running game
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP hopes their confidence carries over
-UTEP wants to see better results away from El Paso

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Anderson running on common ground
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Undefeated '98 Wave assumes place in Hall
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Wave ready for a breath of rare air

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Tigers recover 'swagger,' shake off 0-3 start to reach .500
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Tigers notebook: To go or not to go

October 3, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
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Late Field Goal Lifts Memphis over UAB
  Vinny Zaccario kicked a 25-yard field goal with two seconds left to give Memphis a 33-30 Conference USA victory over UAB at Legion Field on Thursday night.
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Clutch Field Goal Gives Tigers Third Straight Win

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Buzzer-beater- U of M boots late field goal to beat UAB
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UM-UAB postgame

Conference USA Week 6 Lookaheads Blog 
College Football News

From the Charleston (WV) Gazette
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Game 6 capsule- Cincinnati at Marshall
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Hogan's no hero yet, but he's making strides
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C-USA notebook- Rice-Tulsa hot matchup

From the Huntington Herald Dispatch
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Herd looks to bounce back
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Expect a big game atmosphere
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There's more than one way to skin a Bearcat
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This week in C-USA

Marshall defense needs to improve
Beckley Register-Herald

Returns could play a big part this week
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Scouting report- UC at Marshall
Cincinnati.com

From the Hattiesburg American
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Incident under review
  Hattiesburg police reported to the apartment complex housing Southern Miss football players early Friday morning, the same night that Southern Miss linebacker Korey Williams suffered a broken jaw.
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Eagles lose RB Kirksey

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Choices, choices
  For many hunters, the beginning of deer season means they will have to juggle two passions on the weekends.

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Stout Gray anchors Eagles' defense
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Miners' defense poses challenge

Mistakes hurting Southern Miss defense
Mobile Press Register

From the El Paso Times
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Running back spot becomes strength
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UTEP Notebook

UH linebacker McGraw inspired by Favre
Houston Chronicle

No bailout needed
Tulsa World

From the Orlando Sentinel
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Speed, confidence could give Rob Calabrese edge over Michael Greco in UCF starting QB competition
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Knights beat- SMU Coach June Jones says Knights will be tough to beat

SMU QB puts emphasis on red-zone efficiency
Dallas Morning News

October 2, 2008

Banged-up Blazers face Memphis in Battle for the Bones'
Birmingham News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Tiger football preview: Four things to watch
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Legs of Steele- Tigers running back a sight for sore eyes
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Tiger basketball freshmen wait for word on eligibility

From conferenceusa.com
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Tulsa's Holloway Nominated for FedEx Orange Bowl Courage Award
-Women's Soccer Notebook
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C-USA Golf Notebook

C-USA Fearless Predictions, Oct. 4 
College Football News

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Jaw broke, shots heard, no arrests
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Rice vs. Tulsa puts defenses on alert

Estes works way back to No. 1
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the El Paso Times
-MIRROR IMAGES- UTEP, Southern Miss, works in progress
-UTEP Notebook- Eagles trying to keep pressure off their QB

Brown pure gold for Southern Miss
Mobile Press Register

SMU offense's future is on the line
Dallas Morning News

Minter condition
  Herd assistant goes against his former team and son

Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
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Cann must throw darts against Bearcats' defense
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Herd football on edge about playing 'the edges'

Marshall pushing for ‘whiteout’
Beckley Register-Herald

From the Huntington Herald Dispatch
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Family on hold until after the game
  Rick Minter and his son, Jesse, aren't on speaking terms these days.
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Special teams take spotlight
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MU notebook- Small avoids insider info

From the Tulsa World
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Monster coming to Tulsa
  Rice's record-setting passing duo is a monster that University of Tulsa football coach Todd Graham created.
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TU Notebook
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Yes, Picker takes requests
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TU's Johnson named semifinalist for Draddy Trophy

Knights beat- Coach George O'Leary says QBs are finding their tempo
Orlando Sentinel

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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CAN'T FACILITATE
  Some Tulane fans want an on-campus football stadium but that's not an immediate option
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Tulane eyeing practice facility

Broken and Tacitly Unfair- The BCS and Antitrust
Bleacher Report

October 1, 2008

From the Tulsa World
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C-USA INSIDER
-C-USA- Game of the week
-C-USA Power rankings
-TU Notebook

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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UAB seeks redemption after tough opening
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West, Walton restore old defensive magic for Tigers
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Calipari uneasy about roster

UAB's Brandon Carlisle gets ready for Memphis receivers
Birmingham News

Snyder confident in Cann
Beckley Register-Herald

Passmore cares about wins, not stats
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Snyder sizes up Friday's competition
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Not much 'run' in SMU's Run and Shoot
Dallas Morning News

From the Orlando Sentinel
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The good and the bad of UCF Coach George O'Leary
-UCF bulletin board material- ESPN ranks the Knights among 10 worst Division I teams
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Don't count the Knights out of the C-USA title race
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UCF falls to No. 10 in the On Campus Conference USA power rankings

From the Hattiesburg American
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Fedora- Focus on little things
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USM, Carey set to play exhibition

USM assesses its C-USA standing
The Student Printz (USM)

From the El Paso Times
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Soleyjacks, Brown spark UTEP Miner defense
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Things will be noisy at Southern Miss game

From conferenceusa.com
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UTEP Football Notes/Game 5/Southern Miss
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Cougar Baseball Begins Fall Practice Wednesday

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Williams out with broken jaw
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Fletcher eager to bust loose

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH banking future on donor dollars
-UH Notebook- Turner make his punts count
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Numbers don’t tell Rice’s story on defense
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Injuries- good news and bad

Tulane denies revenge factor vs. Army
New Orleans Times Picayune

September 30, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
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C-USA Football Notebook
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C-USA Football Coaches' Press Conference Quotes- Week Six

Fedora surfs for new ideas
Jackson Clarion Ledger

Golden Eagles focus on second chance
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Houston Chronicle
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Rice Notebook- Owls familiar with Tulsa's D
-Return of the Black Knight-
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Cougar football- Glimpses of ECU

From the Tulsa World
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TU's Graham- Rice game critical in C-USA football race
-TU's G raham 'pretty jacked' about 4-0 start
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Know the foe- Rice owls
-TU Notebook
WEB EXCLUSIVE- Listen to interviews with coach Todd Graham, defensive end Moton Hopkins and running back Tarrion Adams

Knights trying to forget embarrassing loss to UTEP
Orlando Sentinel

Herd preparing for Friday night game
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Tigers? Try night owls
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Birmingham News
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Callaway frets about Memphis
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UAB's Conference USA game against Memphis to be televised nationally by CBS College Sports

SMU's suspension of DE satisfies C-USA
Dallas Morning News

From the El Paso Times
-Mike Price thrilled with improvement
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Martinez honored for 64-yard field goal
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Less than 10 incidents reported to police at UTEP-UCF game
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Turn Up the Orange Blog- Coach Mike Price's weekly press conference

September 29, 2008

Around Conference USA - Football
USA Today

Conference USA roundup
College Football News

Suspensions hit SMU football team
Dallas Morning News

UAB football team faces quick turnaround
Birmingham News

Owls ready to take fireworks show on road to Tulsa
Houston Chronicle

Defense tested, more to come
Tulsa World

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-A pledge of allegiance to a winning Herd team
-Credit WVU, says Marshall
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MU Notebook- Herd must leave frustrations in Morgantown

Green a welcome color for WVU
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF at a glance- Knights have backs against wall
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Can UCF recover from its loss at UTEP?

Fans have reasons to cheer
El Paso Times

'The Pete' set for a makeover
Hattiesburg American