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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region

Conference USA

October 12, 2008

From Bonesville.net
-BVL: ECU-Virginia Game Center
-O'Brien:
Offense stuck in neutral
-BVL:
ECU-Virginia Box Score
-BVL:
C-USA Standings, Scores, Schedule
BVL Audio:
Skip Holtz post-game presser

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Fall To Virginia, 35-20
-Swimming And Diving Opens Season At Marshall

Peerman Leads Cavs to 35-20 Win Over ECU
virginiasports.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Virginia squashes second-half rally by Pirates
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Peerman's long TD runs spark Cavs
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Blaargh!!

From the Washington Daily News
-Inconsistent offense plagues Pirates
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Peerman, Cavs run past ECU

Cavaliers' big plays plunder Pirates
Raleigh News and Observer

Cavs speed past Pirates
Fayetteville Observer (AP)

Cavs top sinking Pirates
Jacksonville Daily News

October 11, 2008
Pirate Gameday

From Bonesville.net
-BVL: C-USA Standings, Scores, Schedule, TV Games
Talk FM: TOT (Kristie Overton)

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Pirates try to right ship
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Pirates look to nickel and dime opponents

Holtz out to keep Pirates focused
Roanoke Times

A laughing matter
  In the pressure-packed moments - just before attempting a field goal -- Ben Hartman huddles with East Carolina football coach Skip Holtz.

Raleigh News and Observer

Pirates seek to right the ship
Fredericksburg (VA) Free Lance-Star

ECU vies to make Cavs their next ACC victim
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

East Carolina hopes to bounce back against Virginia
Fayetteville Observer (AP)

SCOUTING REPORTS
Greensboro News Record

Virginia-ECU
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Win Thriller In Double Overtime
-Pirates Defeated By Cougars

From virginiasports.com
-Virginia Entertains East Carolina at Noon Saturday
-Cavalier Gameday Central

East Carolina @ Virginia
weather.com

Perry WR Trey Smith adds Georgia State to list of offers
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Only tough guys play this sport
Raleigh News and Observer

October 10, 2008
PAINT IT PURPLE Friday

From Bonesville.net
-Monroe: Kevin's Keys to the Game
-BVL:
C-USA Standings, Scores, Schedule, TV Games
Talk FM: TOT (Family Violence)

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Announces 2009 Baseball Schedule
  Pirates Play 11 Teams That Appeared In 2008 NCAA Regionals
-Men's Basketball Visits Boys And Girls Club

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Expansion coming soon
  Dowdy-Ficklen will seat 50K
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Pirates' bell-ringer
  No one on the East Carolina football team lives more of a Jekyll-and-Hyde existence than C.J. Wilson.

Pirates trying to rebound after 'learning process'
Kinston Free Press

Pinkney maintains family's rep at ECU
Roanoke Times

Speedy Pirates take on Cavs
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Virginia Ground Game Showing Life
WCAV

Cavaliers Face Pirates
WSET

UVA's football team hopes last week's win will jump start another winning streak
wdbj7.com

True freshman's path to Virginia filled with turns
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

What to watch- Week 7
ESPN.com

Weekend Preview
USA Today

ACC Week 7 Expanded Preview Blog 
College Football News

Campbell making all the stops
Frederick (MD) News Post

Saying Goodbye To Scotty Wayne
  More than 2,000 people gathered to say goodbye to a Southern Guilford High School teen.
WCAV

Garrard targets other hurdles
Rocky Mountain News

Biofuel company renamed to reflect diversification
  An addition to the General Bio team is former Saskatchewan Roughrider quarterback Marcus Crandell.
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

October 9, 2008
Fire Prevention Day

From Bonesville.net
-Myatt: View from the 'ville
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ECU has Cavs' attention

-Gold: Nuggets of Gold
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Keep your eyes on the prize
Talk FM: TOT (Sarah Palin Wrap-up)

From the ecupirates.com
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ECU Receiver Bryant Suspended Indefinitely
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Puche named C-USA Golfer-of-the-Week

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU's Bryant suspended

-Nathan's Notes- More on Bryant suspension; Campbell sidelined
-The rivalry that never happened…

ECU wants 'A' grade against UVa
Raleigh News and Observer

ECU suspends WR Bryant for violating team rules
Fayetteville Observer (AP)

Pirates trying to get back to winning ways
The East Carolinian

East Carolina (3-2) at Virginia (2-3)
Macon Telegraph (Sports Network)

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
-A performance to build on
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Friedgen disappointed in effort against Cavaliers

Cavaliers hope to build on big win over Terps
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Canada gives U.Va. big hope
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Cavs Close Out Non-Conference Schedule on Saturday
WCAV

UVA - ECU Match up Could Show True Virginia Football Team
NBC29.com

Road trip pays off for young Cavalier
Roanoke Times

October 8, 2008
Yom Kippur (begins at sundown - Jewish)

From Bonesville.net
-Bradsher: The Bradsher Beat
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Lady Pirates soccer on the rise

Talk FM: TOT (Representative Pate)

Puche Claims Share Of Sixth Place At Windy City Collegiate Classic
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Early success leads to rush of ECU commitments
-Pirates go clubbing
-Supporters pack Minges to hear VP nominee Palin

Reeling Pirates looking for solutions
New Bern Sun Journal

Holtz lives up to his famous surname
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Well-traveled Mitchell found home with Pirates
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

From ESPN.com
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ECU recharged and refocused after bye week
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Sneak Peek at Week 7

October 7, 2008

From Bonesville.net
-Bailey: From the Anchor Desk
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Dr. Jekyll, meet Mr. Hyde
-BVL: Hoops Recruiting Thumbnails (Wakefield Ellison)

BVL Audio
: Skip Holtz Weekly Press Conference
Talk FM: Monday Night QB (Todd Fitch)

From ecupirates.com
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Weekly Press Luncheon Quotes
-Gameday Central
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Littman Tied For Ninth Heading Into Final Round

Virginia Entertains East Carolina at Noon Saturday
virginiasports.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates have to earn starts
  Holtz says he'll pull poor performers

-Report- Recruit told Pirates in 'holding pattern'

Reeling Pirates looking for solutions
Kinston Free Press

Pirates refocus after week off
Raleigh News and Observer

ECU looking to get back on track after two straight losses
W
ashington Daily News

Pirates hoping time off has helped them regroup
Winston Salem Journal (AP)

Campbell returning to freshman form
The East Carolinian

Groh Recaps Maryland Win, Scout Pirates
WCAV

Mailbag- Fall scrimmages becoming the norm
collegebaseball.rivals.com

October 6, 2008

ECU recruit Wayne dies in car accident
Greenville Daily Reflector

From Bonesville.net
-Batten: Football Recruiting Report
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Ex-tackle found his calling at tight end
-O'Brien: College Football Notebook
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Consistency carries the vote
-BVL: Harris, AP and Coaches Polls
-BVL: Denny O'Brien's Harris Poll ballot
-BVL: Anchor Program Launched

From ecupirates.com
-Soccer Ties UCF, 1-1 In Overtime
-Volleyball Falls In Five Sets To UCF

Monday Night Football always special to Copper
Washington Daily News

Plan on it
  A guide to the coming week

Raleigh News and Observer

 

October 12, 2008

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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Captain Groh’s calm hand sinks Pirate ship
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Off to the races
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Peerman TDs propel Cavs past Pirates
-Virginia linebackers make a statement
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Peerman matches Papit’s mark
-Fourth-quarter trickery pays off big time as UVa ices game
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Slideshow- UVa 35 ECU 20
Podcast- Coach Groh’s ECU post game interview
Video- UVa ECU video highlights

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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Cavs and Groh send another loud rebuke to the naysayers
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Rejuvenated Cavaliers win second in a row

U.Va. runs it up on ECU
Richmond Times Dispatch

Resurgent Cavaliers run past the Pirates
Fredericksburg (VA) Free Lance-Star

From the Lynchburg News and Advance
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Peerman leads UVa to win with a pair of touchdown runs
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UVa notes

UVa Football- Back in Business
WSET

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Peerman recovery leads Cavs' surge
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Virginia progress undeniable
-
four downs

From the Charlotte Observer
-Burton holds off Kahne at Lowe's Motor Speedway
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After further Review- Heels hold off Irish
-Fowler- Nasty officiating
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Blocked field goal jumpstarts Appalachian State
-Carolina's Ken Lucas is emerging from corner
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Okafor- ‘I get my shot blocked?'

Garcia leads University of South Carolina's rally against Kentucky
Greenville (SC) News

An unsatisfying win
  Devine's 92-yard TD run averts embarrassment vs. Orange

Charleston (WV) Gazette

Late rally sparks Mississippi State by Vandy 17-14
Winston Salem Journal

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Panthers, Redskins among best
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For the Cutcliffes, family means something more

October 11, 2008

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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UVa aims to start streak
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Cavs’ Verica comes into his own

UVa finds out today if last week was a fluke
Lynchburg News and Advance

Two-faced Cavs seek an identity
Richmond Times Dispatch

Virginia looking to continue rally
espn.com

Patience pays off for Cavs' Peerman
Hampton Roads Daily Press

College football predictions
Fayetteville Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
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College Football Gameday
-Race has often favored Chase's blue-chippers
-Kyle Busch powers to Friday night win
-Gruden sees Panthers as a formidable foe
-One word can sum up Bobcats' 2nd defeat- Clank

From the Winston Salem Journal
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It's youth vs. youth
  The most storied program in college football will make a rare visit to Chapel Hill
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Skinner kept Clemson guessing
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ASU faces an unknown Samford team

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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ACC still wide open
-Tudor- Midseason grades
-J.P. Giglio analyzes the Big Four and makes bowl predictions
-Amato- Wolfpack was close
-UNC-CH swimmer out of hospital
-Punters wary of Carter
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Canes find offense in season opener

Tar Heels will face a 'huge' challenge
Durham Herald-Sun

WVU seeks seventh win in row against Syracuse
Times-West Virginian

Gameday preview- USC vs. Kentucky
Columbia (SC) State

Add Clemson's season to the list of Halloween horror classics
Anderson Independent Mail

Clemson freshman Willy Korn to start at quarterback against Georgia Tech
Greenville (SC) News

Scotty Wayne's teammates honor his memory
Greensboro News-Record

Back from injury,Skins' McIntosh lets play do the talking
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

October 10, 2008

Deacs smack Tigers
Winston Salem Journal

Wake Forest edges Clemson
Anderson Independent

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Single-minded Wake dusts off single-wing
-Demon Deacons' late rally tames Tigers
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Irish eye return to top in football
-Hurricanes are eager to start over tonight
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Follow the leaders

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Season slipping away for Clemson
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TV networks play havoc with fans

Bowled over by Vandy
  Vanderbilt will become bowl eligible with a win over Mississippi State Saturday.

Memphis Commercial Appeal

The ACC, Brought To You By Univision
sportingnews.com

Devils confident heading into open week
Durham Herald Sun

FSU, UNCP football to meet next year
Fayetteville Observer

Skins' Taylor practices, hopes to play Sunday vs. Rams
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

From the Charlotte Observer
-Rain cancels Thursday's qualifying
-Being top gun - and being gunned for - is tough getting used to, Johnson says

October 9, 2008

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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For Deacs, Tigers, goal remains same
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Deacons rely on Skinner
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Canes' GM wants less injury time
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Goddard- right place, right time

From the Anderson Independent
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Clemson, Wake have varied histories
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Breaking down Clemson and Wake Forest

Clemson's Hairston grew up a Wake fan
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Recent events point to need for renovations to Kenan Stadium
  First it was the press box elevators not working. Then it was lightning causing a small fire to the P.A. system.

Durham Herald Sun

Close contests continue for Hokies
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

Cheers & Jeers- Repair service is delayed
Fayetteville Observer

Bobcats miss shots, refuse to attack rim
Charlotte Observer

October 8, 2008

Which Cavs will show up?
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Highlights from Al Groh's Weekly Press Conference
virginiasports.com

From WCAV
-Cavaliers Set Sights on East Carolina
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Verica Finding Rhythm, Gaining Confidence

Virginia QB rebounds from his bad week
  Shutout against Maryland builds Marc Verica’s confidence

Staunton News Leader (AP)

From the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot
-U.Va.'s Long is back, ex-roommate enjoys a big game
-Addition of football buoys ODU's athletic program
-Va. Tech's Whitaker says punishment doesn't fit crime

From the Richmond Times Dispatch
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U.Va. trying to put win in perspective
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U.VA. NOTES

From the Lynchburg News and Advance
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Morale soars as UVa prepares for East Carolina
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Virginia notes

Cavs want to build momentum off big win
Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star

After Big Win, Virginia Tries to Keep Even Keel
Washington Post

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Optimistic Cavs seek results
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What's the big deal with kickoff time?
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Possession receiver? That's not Ogletree

Virginia continues dominance in night games
University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily

Tigers trying to shake Thursday night struggles at Wake
Anderson Independent Mail

Gearing up to tame Tigers
Winston Salem Journal

USC can get back in the conversation against Kentucky
Greenville (SC) News

Vols suspend two players for two games
Columbia (SC) State

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Wolfpack picks up three big commitments
-Which N.C. college football team is the best story this season?

From the Raleigh News and Observer
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Duke student racing for championships
-St. Aug's tackles violations
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Camels savor that winning feeling
-Walker's injury felt down the lines
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Sexton's sleeve will stay

From the Charlotte Observer
-2 execs leave Bobcats organization
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Best in Carolinas?

Duke trying not to beat itself up before big games
Durham Herald-Sun

Caution used with White's injuries
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Purnell says Tigers won't sneak up on anyone this season
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Producer says sequel to 'Bull Durham' in the works
Greensboro News-Record

October 7, 2008

Cavs’ offensive line clicks
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
-U.Va. football players found not guilty of theft charges

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Hokies receiver arrested after suspension

Big game, but not one for the ages
Greensboro News-Record

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-Joe Montana's reputation born at UNC-CH
-UNC-CH fans saw Irish legend unfold
-Walker has surgery, out six weeks
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Redskins riding high

From the Winston Salem Journal
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A Challange- Fighting Irish coming to Kenan
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A Nice Break- Open dates have permitted Deacons to get extra work for some of their young linemen

Troy travels to FAU for TV game tonight
Birmingham News

Nashville reveling in football success
Columbia (SC) State

Elon mayor receives sports honor
Burlington Times News

No concussion for White; status for Syracuse unclear
Beckley Register-Herald

From the Greenville (SC) News
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Clemson University reaches fork in the road
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Tigers get extra practice for Deacons
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USC report- Smelley earns SEC weekly honor

October 6, 2008

Cavs slowly getting better
Richmond Times Dispatch

The power of Peerman
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Terps' coach- Cavs 'came to play' after loss at Duke
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

From the Roanoke Times
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Virginia's play not total surprise
-Peerman answers question
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Hokies' Lewis lost for season

From the Raleigh News and Observer
-No Justice in UNC-CH's loss to Irish in 1949
-UNC-CH Clipboard
-N.C. State Clipboard
-Duke Clipboard
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Canes end preseason with win

Mountaineers still fighting for respect
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Bowden, Tigers can still salvage season on the brink
Anderson Independent

'GameDay' at Vandy smart choice for ESPN
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Beasts of East
  The Skins heed Jim Zorn's cry for patience and rally from 14 points down to beat the Eagles and go 2-1 on the road vs. the NFC East.

Hampton Roads Daily Press

Carolina clobbers KC
Charlotte Observer

3,000 fans watch Bobcats scrimmage in Wilmington
Wilmington Star-News

Tony Stewart breaks 43-race winless streak with victory
Birmingham News

 

October 12, 2008

West optimistic after Tigers' loss
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From conferenceusa.com
-October 11 Football Roundup
  Tulsa was held to its lowest point total of the season, but improved to 6-0 with a 37-31 victory at SMU.
-The Miners Win Shootout Over Tulane, 24-21

-Tulsa Rallies Past SMU For 37-31 Win
-Southern Miss-Boise State Post Game Quotes

Second quarter lethal as Golden Eagles fall
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Hattiesburg American
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Third straight loss
  For the first time since 1977, the Southern Miss football team has lost three consecutive games at Roberts Stadium
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USM retires Reggie's 10
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Boise State AD impressed with USM facilities

From the Dallas Morning News
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Upset eludes SMU in loss to Tulsa
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SMU gets more from rushing game

From the Tulsa World
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Tulsa escapes SMU
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Late gamble pays off for TU
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TU Notebook
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SMU quoteboard

Defense is only bright spot in Knights' 20-14 loss to Hurricanes
Orlando Sentinel

UTEP Miners top Tulane Green Wave for third win in C-USA
El Paso Times

Herd hopes for magical season
Huntington Herald Dispatch

October 11, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Commissioner's Contract Extended
-Men's Basketball Television Schedule Announced
-Memphis Falls to Louisville, 35-28
-C-USA All-Access Launches New Streaming Multimedia Player

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Cardinals survive scare from Memphis, 35-28
-U of M-Louisiville Postgame

From the Orlando Sentinel
-UCF at Miami
-UCF kicker Daren Daly eager to battle former team, Miami
-UCF QB Michael Greco pushes for start against childhood favorite Miami
-UCF gets a healthy portion of its football players from Miami and its surrounding areas
-I've got a gut feeling UCF Knights will upset Miami Hurricanes today

UTEP Miners look to keep rolling against Tulane
El Paso Times

INSIDE THE GAME
New Orleans Times Picayune

Eagles take on Boise
Biloxi Sun Herald

Golden Eagles can't afford to continue penalty spree
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

These guys are good
  For teams that aren't in BCS automatic-bid conferences, Boise State is the nation's model to attain national respect

Hattiesburg American

From the Birmingham News
-Blazers' second-half performances seal team's fate
-Callaway needs to send a message

From the Tulsa World
-Tulsa aims for a 'W' in the big 'D'
-TU-SMU- 3 storylines
-Tu Notebook

SMU linebackers get physical
Dallas Morning News

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Herd sets sights on UAB
-Madness starts today at Marshall

October 10, 2008

From the Houston Chronicle
-UH rallies from halftime deficit to crush UAB 45-20
-Recap- Houston 45, UAB 20
-'Brick' paves way for UH offense
-Owls set for some R&R

From the Birmingham News
-Cougars roll in 2nd half belt Blazers
-GRADING THE BLAZERS

Conference USA Week 7 Expanded Preview Blog 
College Football News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers vs. Cards: A rivalry revived
-Friday night lights shining
-UM vs. Louisville preview
-Five memorable Memphis-Louisville matchups
-C-USA football rankings for Oct. 10
  It's worth repeating: Pirates 2-1 against BCS-conference foes. Rest of league: 0-15.

Houston recruits just as good as South Florida's
Miami Herald

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Broncos set standard for non-BCS
-Abanikanda fills bill at strongside

Saunders satisfied with fight probe
Hattiesburg American

Knights beat- UCF kicker Daren Daly eager to battle former team, Miami
Orlando Sentinel

SMU sophomore moves into nation's receiving elite
Dallas Morning News

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Team taking stock with C-USA games on horizon
-Herd hoops TV broadcasts set

Herd welcomes off week
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Herd's Jones ready to bring pieces together
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Outside looking in?
  A weak schedule is holding Tulsa back in the national football rankings.

Tulsa World

From the El Paso Times
-Receivers repay coach for his faith
-UTEP tight end becomes a father

October 9, 2008

Spotlight is on UAB, Houston QBs
Birmingham News

UH welcomes UAB for a Thursday night soiree
KHOU

From the Houston Chronicle
-Beall paves way for UH offense
-Cougar football- Kevlar previews UAB
-Owls potpourri
-College Notes- Rice's Bradshaw to start vs. So. Miss

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Receiver's loyalties true blue
-Unorthodox game day is no problem for Louisville
-Tiger notebook: Just what the Dr ordered

From the El Paso Times
-Toledo rebuilds Green Wave program
-Senior overcomes adversity
-Tulane offense faces stiff challenge

Southern Miss getting rare home game against ranked opponent
Mobile Press Register

From the Hattiesburg American
-'Time to step up'
-Eagles' pass rush has been largely absent
-Saunders- Two clubs off limits

Defense is merely bent
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-C-USA- Unbeaten Tulsa left out of both national polls
-Saunders- Team safe at complex

From the Orlando Sentinel
-UCF's Ian Bustillo breaks out of rut, starts
-For UCF's Troup, name is everything

League's top QBs await Herd
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Mark Cann’s problems are fixable
-Herd faithful fired-up for season

TU Notebook
Tulsa World

NO TURNING BACK
  Tulane defensive tackle Julian Shives-Sams could accept Coach Bob Toledo's stinging criticism of the Green Wave's defensive play in Saturday's 44-13 loss to Army.

New Orleans Times Picayune

SMU set to retire Meredith's jersey
Dallas Morning News

October 8, 2008

From the Orlando Sentinel
-O'Leary puts his UCF team on the clock
  The Knights are getting ready for a track meet when they face Miami on Saturday.

-Getting motivated to play Miami will be easy for UCF

From the Tulsa World
-C-USA INSIDER
-Power Rankings
-Central Florida at Miami
-Tulsa likes Johnson's third strikes
-TU Notebook
WEB EXCLUSIVE- Listen to TU coach Todd Graham and offensive lineman Rod Thomas during interviews Monday.

C-USA Fearless Predictions, Oct. 11 
College Football News

Blazers Wrap Up Preparations For Thursday's Game At Houston
conferenceusa.com

UAB's Callaway cracks down on penalties with new policy
Birmingham News

UH Notebook- Kohn makes run at redemption
H
ouston Chronicle

Tulane’s Toledo ‘baffled’ by team’s reaction to bad plays
New Orleans Times Picayune

SMU's Willis catching on as receiving option
Dallas Morning News

From the Hattiesburg American
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Fan appreciation
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Fedora- No charges filed against Eagles

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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True freshmen find big roles for Tigers
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Foot, knee injuries keep Henry off Tiger rotation
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Tigers notebook: Pitts practices

UTEP defense is improved, but more is expected
El Paso Times

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd hard at work
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MU notebook- Coaches mixing it up along the offensive line

Changes possible in Herd line
Charleston (WV) Gazette

October 7, 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

Conference USA News and Notes
sportsnetwork.com

From the Tulsa World
-TU's Graham says he isn't worried about top 25 football snub
-Unranked Hurricane motivated
-TU Notebook
-Know the foe- SMU MUSTANGS
-Up close- Mike Bryan
-Ask the beat writer
-What they're writing

Eagles in strange territory
Hattiesburg American

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Fedora- Players absolved in fight
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Fedora focuses on positives

From the Biloxi Sun Herald
-Eagles await Boise invasion
-Damion Fletcher on the run again for Southern Miss

Broncos prepare for Southern Miss.
Twin Falls Times-News

U of L regroups for rival Memphis
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader

From the Houston Chronicle
-Rice Notebook- Owls plan to use week off to recover
-Cougar cornucopia (this 'n that...)

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Tigers going quarterback hunting and getting winning results
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Tigers' Vinny Zaccario gets kicks, C-USA nod

UTEP Miners have road map for continued success
El Paso Times

Bye week at good time for Herd
Beckley Register-Herald

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Marshall using idle time for self-study
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UAB a friends and family game for Burns
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Herd focuses on itself
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A struggling quarterback is nothing new for Herd

Herd must regroup to stay in first place
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Running game woes dog SMU
Dallas Morning News

October 6, 2008

Around Conference USA - Football
USA Today

Conference USA conference roundup, standings, player and game of the week
C
ollege Football News

UCF at a glance- Knights face former national powerhouse Miami
Orlando Sentinel

Defensive pressure leads way to Knights' triumph
Central Florida Future

TU adds injuries to insult
New Orleans Times Picayune

Rice loss to Tulsa- Excuses for the gaffes
Houston Chronicle

UTEP Miners get clean win on sloppy afternoon
El Paso Times

Southern Miss vs. Boise State
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Hargrave beats Herd reserves, 20-0
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MU Notebook- Relationship with Hargrave goes way back

Coaches facing test of adversity
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Tulsa World
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TU Notebook
-TU- Know The Foe
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Running game gaining steam

From conferenceusa.com
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Women's Soccer Weekend Recap
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C-USA Volleyball Weekend Roundup