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October 26, 2008
Mother-in-Law Day
Mule Day
Reformation Sunday
World Priest Day
Birthday - Hillary Rodham Clinton (US Senator)

C-USA Scoreboard, Standings & Schedule
Bonesville.net

Barkley stops in to see ECU’s McCarthy
Washington Daily News

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Barkley visits Pirates
-Stadium lights spotlight good, bad
-Blaargh!!

NBA legend urges Pirates to run floor
Kinston Free Press

Garrard, Anderson worth a look
jaguars.com

October 25, 2008
Make A Difference Day
Saint Crispin's Day

Talk FM: TOT (Mack McCarthy)
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-A Message From Terry Holland
  In the wacky world of college football today, we all knew that the elevator goes up and down but none of us knew how fast that elevator can travel.

-Pirates Rally For Tie At UAB, 2-2
-Volleyball Battles Golden Hurricane But Falls
-Men's Golf In Third At Landfall Tradition

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Coach in the film room
  Tim Carter spends some lonely nights in the East Carolina football film room, performing the thankless task of breaking down miles and miles of game film, often while the rest of the team is on the road.

-Vice presidential candidate to make Greenville stop
  Biden to visit ECU Monday

From the East Carolinian
-McCarthy hopes Pirates continue improvement
-Baseball ends fall season

Titans RB Chris Johnson fined $10K for celebration
Associated Press

Lakeside-Evans LB Kyle Tudor says East Carolina fans are “louder” than UGA’s
Atlanta Journal Constitution

`Pirates' is a peculiar name for a team. Any arrrrrrgument?
Chicago Tribune Blog

October 24, 2008
United Nations Day

From Bonesville.net
-BVL:
C-USA Standings, Scores, Schedule, TV Listings
Talk FM: TOT (Joe Maverick)

Bryant bounces back from injury
Greenville Daily Reflector

Quiet Kass loud on field
Kinston Free Press

UCF tailgate lots to open at noon for East Carolina game Nov. 2
Orlando Sentinel

Wichita State - First day of practice
  Gabe Blair, a transfer from East Carolina, will miss his one chance to show off this season. He is sidelined with a stress fracture in his back and won’t play in Saturday’s Shocker Madness.
kansas.com

October 23, 2008
National Mole Day
Scorpio Begins
Swallows Leave San Juan Capistrano
TV Talk Show Host Day

From Bonesville.net
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Myatt: View from the 'ville
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Pirates navigating choppy seas

Talk FM: TOT (Randy Parker, Bob Ethridge)

From ecupirates.com
-Tommy Atkinson Joins Baseball Staff
  Former Louisburg Skipper Recorded 124 Wins In Three Seasons

-Abby Bools Named C-USA Golfer-of-the-Week
-Campbell Earns National Weekly Honor
  Senior Selected To National Team-of-the-Week

-ECU Basketball Coaching Clinic A Success

Linkmeister Note: East Carolina, Hawaii, and Middle Tennessee are the only teams that play four non-conference games against teams from BCS conferences this season.

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU's Williams faces assault charges, suspension
-With Williams out, Whitley's role likely to expand

Williams’ legal troubles continue
Washington Daily News

Pirates RB arrested for second time this month
Kinston Free Press

October 22, 2008
Last day of
Ramadan
Day of National Concern About Young People and Gun Violence
International Stuttering Awareness Day
Simchat Torah (Jewish)

From Bonesville.net
-Bradsher
: The Bradsher Beat
– 
Police blotter eclipses good storylines

Talk FM: TOT (Disabilities)

From ecupirates.com
-ECU, Appalachian State To Play Football In 2009
-Pirates Finish Second At Lady Pirate Intercollegiate
-Duncan Shares Weekly C-USA Swimming Award
-Soccer Earns Highest-Ever Regional Ranking

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates' Williams facing charge
-UPDATE- Police make arrests in assault on basketball players

ECU’s Williams arrested
Washington Daily News

ECU's Williams faces misdemeanor
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Kinston Free Press
-ECU back's future in doubt after second arrest
-Pirates to open 2009 season against Appalachian State

From the Fayetteville Observer (AP)
-Williams' arrest puts ECU future in limbo
-Appalachian St., East Carolina to meet in 2009

ASU will play ECU for 1st time since 1979
Winston Salem Journal

Appalachian Announces 2009 Football Schedule
  Appalachian opens the 2009 campaign on Sept. 5 at East Carolina. This will be the first meeting between the two programs since 1979.

goasu.com

October 21, 2008
Shemini Atzeret (Jewish)
Simchat Torah (begins at sundown - Jewish)

From Bonesville.net
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Bailey: From the Anchor Desk
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No stardust in Garrard's eyes
BVL Audio
: Mack McCarthy Media Day Presser

Talk FM: Monday QB (Phil Petty)
Talk FM: TOT (Bodie Labor Unions)

From ecupirates.com
-Bools Takes Lead At Lady Pirate Intercollegiate
-Quotes From Basketball Media Day
-Campbell Earns C-USA Weekly Defensive Honor

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-McCarthy- Team chemistry a strength
-ECU basketball player victim of armed robbery
-ECU soccer owns first place
-Offense may be on the rebound

From the Washington Daily News
-BASKETBALL- ECU leaning on young guys to step up
-The Pirates’ new king of the Kass-le

From the East Carolinian
-Pirates find redemption at home
-Opinion- Quarterback play dictates Pirate victory
-Women's soccer inches closer to C-USA title
-Students express concern over Pirate football seating

Pirates to open season with stability at the top
Kinston Free Press

Out with old, in with 'Young'
New Bern Sun Journal

October 20, 2008

From Bonesville.net
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O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 361
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Tangible tributes to legends overdue

-BVL:
Harris, AP and Coaches Polls
-BVL:
Denny O'Brien's Harris Poll ballot
-BVL:
Inaugural 2008 BCS Standings

Linkmeister Note: The Dowdy-Ficklen scoreboard was not operational Saturday.  School officials said a blown transformer was the culprit preventing the scoreboard from being repaired in time for the game.

From ecupirates.com
-Soccer Nets Crucial Win Over UTEP, 2-1
-Pirates Rally But Fall To UTEP, 3-1
-Pirates In Second After 18 Holes

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU QBs together forever
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PBS to feature center director

ECU Clipboard
Raleigh News & Observer

Johnson making immediate impact on offense for Titans
Titansonline.com

From the Washington Daily News
-Copper thrilled to rejoin teammates
-AREA COLLEGE ROUNDUP- Wilson adds to sack total in East Carolina’s win

UTEP soccer team loses to East Carolina
El Paso Times

BB&T honors Ken Chalk with gift to ECU
WNCT

 

October 26, 2008

Cavaliers go Coastal
  Virginia (5-3, 3-1) beat host Georgia Tech for its fourth straight victory and first place in the Coastal Division.

Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Roanoke Times
-'Hoos in first- Yep, Virginia
-Virginia Tech- Beaten and battered by Florida State

From the Charlotte Observer
-Wolfpack again done in by late score
-Fifteen years of the Panthers
-Sorensen- Q and no A with Bob Johnson

Blue Devils hold tough, knock off Commodores
Durham Herald Sun

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Canes survive Isles' barrage
-Devils step up on road
-In the Nicks of time

Deacons' revamped offense runs aground
Winston Salem Journal

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers begin search for coach
-Furman University falls to App State

Area college teams remain concerned about MRSA
Fayetteville Observer

No. 4 Wofford crushes No. 3 Elon, 55-20, improves to 4-0 in SoCon
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Alabama blows out Tennessee again, 29-9
Birmingham News

October 25, 2008

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
-Teams that lost to U.Va. get the love from voters
-Cavs face big hurdle with ACC up for grabs

From the Roanoke Times
-After 3 straight wins at home, Cavaliers to try luck on road again
-Virginia Tech reaches its judgment week

ACC title on the line as parity takes hold of league
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Hold on tight, ACC fans
-See the ACC flow chart (PDF)
-Read the N&O's preview of today's games (PDF)
-N.C. State vs. Maryland online
-Tauiliili up to challenge
-Heels need to finish

ACC can change quickly
  It's been a wild year in the ACC this season, with teams bouncing around the standings like a pinball. Virginia and Virginia Tech still are in the mix to win the Coastal division.

Hampton Roads Daily Press

Back on the WVU bandwagon
Beckley Register-Herald

From the Winston Salem Journal
-On the Rebound
  Wake Forest can expect the shortest pregame speech of the season before it plays Miami at noon today

-Appalachian State-Furman likely to be close one
-Duke hits the road to take on Vanderbilt
-Sprint Cup qualifying rained out again
  The rain, the economy and Jimmie Johnson -- three things that nobody seems able to do much about right now -- were the stories yesterday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Even in rivalry week, Saban treats Tennessee like any other opponent
Birmingham News

Board of trustees approves raise for USC baseball coach for third time in four years
Columbia (SC) State

USC extends contracts for Johnson, Tanner
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Furman, App State battle for position in SoCon
Greenville (SC) News

October 24, 2008

Swagger's back for WVU
Charleston Gazette

Mountaineers' Devine runs wild on Tigers
Birmingham News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Beamer nears Bowden's ACC crest
-Banged-up Deacs seek answers
-Yates still hopes to play in '08
-Rays even series
-College notes- Olson steps down

Tech’s Taylor remains a work in progress
Lynchburg News and Advance

Humphries lost for season
  The rash of injuries on Brad Scott’s offensive line took another victim Thursday when junior guard Barry Humphries tore his anterior cruciate ligament in practice

Anderson Independent Mail

Vanderbilt coach Johnson has 'a lot of respect' for Duke receiver he recruited
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Columbia (SC) State
-Fans loyal, even if heading to exits
  Believe it or not, there are things more important than football.

-History puts Felton, Horn at odds

Roasted Nutt: Hogs fans will vent boos when coach returns
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Skins' Rogers is working harder, and smarter, in comeback
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

From the Charlotte Observer
-Kasay closing in on milestones
-Bobcats end preseason winless

Writer apologizes to W.Va.; bigots were supposed to be from N.C.
Wilmington Star News

October 23, 2008

Auburn, West Virginia, in similar situations, to play conservative
Birmingham News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-N.C. State's lost class
  Just seven of the 20 N.C. State players signed in 2006 will be available to play in Saturday's game at Maryland.

-College notes- Pack's Irving won't play
-Where are they now? Dave Odom
-Once again, Yow faces challenges
-Schools accept blame
  Hundreds of hours of interviews led the Pitt County school system to the inescapable conclusion that Jaquan Waller should not have been allowed to play football the day before he died.

-Fox Sports launches Carolinas network

Va. Tech's offensive line faces another key test
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Tar Heels' Wilson a magnet for freak accidents, injuries
-ACC Notebook- Marve will start for Hurricanes vs. Deacs

Simple solution for Heels- Just forget about UVa game
Durham Herald-Sun

Phillips keeping Swinney in forefront of coaching search
Anderson Independent Mail

From the Charlotte Observer
-Rushing attack is a work in progress for Panthers
-Peppers dominant, growing as leader
-Cal Ripken Jr. brings program to N.C.

Appalachian State QB Edwards presents challenge for Paladins
Greenville (SC) News

October 22, 2008

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Cutcliffe focused on Duke
-Wallin assisting Canes
-Durham Bulls support Rays' effort

Phillips- Clemson to 'survey the field'
Greenville (SC) News

Like it or not, USC and Clemson now stuck with spoiler tag
Anderson Independent Mail

Tauiliili appeals to Devils for effort
Dallas Morning News

Wake Forest fights to escape black hole
Greensboro News-Record

October 21, 2008

Unlikely Cavs lead special teams
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Tuberville blasts rumors about job status, health
Birmingham News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Duke athletic chief talks a good game
-Wolfpack's third-down woes continue
-UNC-CH defensive end used to healing
-UNC-CH loses third offensive starter

From the Charlotte Observer
-Bobcats improving, still winless in preseason
-Free agency helping Panthers
-At 200-1 odds, Rays has Vegas worried

From the Columbia (SC) State
-Foul or fair- Ref takes heat for hit on Garcia
-Clemson loses RB commitment to USC
-Duquesne will open USC's new stadium

Clemson Report- Bye week gives Tigers a chance to shape up
Greenville (SC) News

Beamer not pointing fingers after setback
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Greensboro News Record
-Ax falls on another Aggie coach
-What's down road for Martinsville Speedway?

Wofford approaching Elon showdown like a championship game
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Surprisingly, ground game has powered Skins so far
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Coach K's Olympic success may help Duke recruiting
Fayetteville Observer

October 20, 2008

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Late Hits
-Tar Heel Clipboard
-N.C. State Clipboard
-Duke Clipboard
-Demon Deacons looking for offense
-College notes- UNCA's George out for season
-Canes play hard in victory
-Ball St. remains undefeated with 24-7 win over WKU

Cavaliers facing road test
Richmond Times Dispatch

Will thrilling win silence Groh critics?
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Cutcliffe encouraged by Duke's ball-control offense, physical play
-Duke Monday Morning Quarterback
-This time, UNC-CH goes for 'the cheese' and doesn't get late break on defense
-UNC-CH Monday Morning Quarterback

Beamer not pointing fingers after setback
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Bowden fallout hits Clemson class hard
Columbia (SC) State

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Clemson University QB Harper has successful surgery on shoulder
-Kiffin is available as Clemson University's next head coach
-Spurrier laments USC's execution problems

Sources- A&T will fire Fobbs
Greensboro News-Record

Martinsville marvel
  Jimmie Johnson has won four out of the track's last five races.

Roanoke Times

Skins hang on, bounce back with ugly win over Browns
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Panthers march past Saints
Charlotte Observer

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Up and Down- Deacons can't get it together from one week to the next
-One for the Ages- Apps pull a great escape against Eagles
-Rays make it to World Series

 

October 26, 2008

From the Orlando Sentinel
-Big Hurricane looms
  UTEP Coach Mike Price compared it to getting hit by a hurricane.

-UCF at Tulsa preview capsule
-Up next for UCF- C-USA heavyweight Tulsa
-Rashad leaves lasting mark with talent, morals
-Neal, Daly named UCF team captains
-FIU inks four-year deal to play UCF
-Mid-Morning Links- Tulsa-UCF claim national spotlight Sunday

From the Tulsa World
-TU aims to even score with UCF
-TU: 3 Storylines
-Gameday Tips

Weekend Football Roundup
conferenceusa.com

From the Hattiesburg American
-Eagles' Magee arrested, faces burglary charge
-Losing skid reaches 5 for Eagles

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers put hurt on Golden Eagles
-Tigers postgame: Helton coached up a storm
-U of M-Southern Miss Postgame

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Golden Eagle freefall continues
-USM has much to learn
-Rice too much for Tulane 42-17

Rice stops Tulane's rushing attack in 42-17 win
Houston Chronicle

Owls soar, Wave sinks in loss
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Dallas Morning News
-SMU isn't slingin' in the rain - or winning
  Driving wind and monsoon-like winds were the last things SMU and its pass-dependent offense needed against Navy. Sure enough, the Mustangs fell, 34-7, to the Midshipmen, and their losing streak hit seven games

-Navy QB's keepers foil SMU's defensive scheme

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Old friends clash Tuesday
-C-USA has become the ArenaBall of college football
-Injuries cancel Herd scrimmage
-Reserves could play role in rough stretch
-Hark helps build a faster, stronger Herd

Dads on duty- Players balance football, families
El Paso Times

Blazers' week off gives coaches time to reflect
Birmingham News

October 25, 2008

2008 Midseason Report & Picks - CUSA
scout.com

Previews and Predictions for the Week 9 C-USA Games
CollegeFootballNews.com

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Struggling Eagles take on ailing Tigers
-Look out for...
-Eagles land on All-C-USA team

From the Hattiesburg American
-Eagles look to halt streak
-USM needs a win in worst way
-Dynamic duo excel for Eagles

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers must get creative vs. USM
-Evans showing Tigers he can step up on 'D'
-U of M vs. Southern Miss preview

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-This week in Conference USA
-Ball control key for a Herd victory

Cann has similar mental approach as Pennington
Charleston Daily Mail

West Division teams putting up wild stats
Charleston Gazette

Rice to face physical, tough Tulane squad today
Houston Chronicle

Tulane must find way to stop high-flying Owls
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Orlando Sentinel
-Tulsa carries C-USA
-Rashad leaves lasting mark with talent, morals
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UCF's rivalry against Tulsa brewing
-Ranking C-USA

From the Tulsa World
-Largent returns as honorary TU captain
-TU Notebook

Clement Named Finalist for Lowes Senior CLASS Award for Football
conferenceusa.com

From the El Paso Times
-UTEP Miners lose Dew, Huntley for season
-UTEP Miners football changes defensive plan

October 24, 2008

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-C-USA football rankings
-Pressure's on defense at University of Memphis
-U of M home game suites will be offered on per-game basis

Eagles fired up to play Memphis
Hattiesburg American

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
-Dynamic duo developing at USM
-
Tulsa breaks into polls but keeps its focus
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Homecoming date irks Eagles

From the Orlando Sentinel
-Rashad leaves lasting mark with talent, morals
-Does Tulsa have the strangest nickname and mascot in college sports?

From the Tulsa World
-UCF tough test for TU
-TU Notebook

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Losses test loyalty of Herd fans
-Wilkerson has broken hand
-Football recognized for graduation rate
-Houston averaging almost 40 points per game

From the Charleston Daily Mail
-Milligan becomes solid option for Herd
-Ridpath lawsuit rescheduled for February
-Tulsa's Wojcik brings life experience to the court

From the Charleston Gazette
-Herd coach pushing new players hard
-Ex-Herd linebacker suspected in killings

Former Katy QB Mitchell builds on success at SMU
Houston Chronicle

SMU preps for triple-option
Dallas Morning News

October 23, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
-C-USA Football Coaches Join The Fight Against Muscular Dystrophy
-CBS College Sports Announces Nov. 8 C-USA Football Game Selection
  Tulane and Houston Contest to be featured in game two of C-USA doubleheader

-Oct. 22 C-USA Golfers of the Week
  UTEP's Sloan and East Carolina's Bools Honored

-Golden Eagles Return to Road with Memphis This Weekend
October 22 Update

From the Hattiesburg American
-Struggles continue for Eagles' defense
-New week; new game plan
-Rice crowd little hard to believe

From the Jackson Clarion Ledger
-Opponents torching Eagles
-CB Willingham should be ready

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-University of Memphis quarterbacks Bass, Toney thrown into hurry-up offense
-Notebook: WR Maurice Jones to be third-team QB
-Big man Pierre Henderson-Niles weighs in on bid for playing
-Tiger Basketball Camp report

From the Orlando Sentinel
-UCF QB Michael Greco eager to get off sidelines
-ECU's top running back faces legal woes, may miss UCF game in two weeks
-Are Tulsa's stellar offensive stats inflated?

From the Tulsa World
-The beat goes on
-TU Notebook

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Herd faces top passer in Keenum
-Herd still experiencing 'growing pains'

From the Charleston Daily Mail
-'Thumper' Harvey cuddly only when tackling
-Herd's Jones keeping up with big-name C-USA coaches

From the Houston Chronicle
-Houston's Carrier perfect fit for Cougar offense
-Why has Tulane dominated Rice in football?

SMU's Gansz finding a special voice
  For 37 years, SMU special teams coach Frank Gansz has coached at the pro and college level and is regarded in football circles as the greatest special teams coach ever.

Dallas Morning News

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Green Wave favors Stelly plan
-Stockton a constant for Tulane program

From the El Paso Times
-Nu'u Punimata pays tribute to fellow linebacker
-UTEP Miners football young on defense

October 22, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
-Women's Soccer Notebook
-Cross Country Notebook
-Swimming and Diving Notebook
-Volleyball Notebook
October 21 Update

From the Tulsa World
-C-USA INSIDER
-C-USA Power rankings
-UCF tough test for TU
-Central Florida at Tulsa
-Fill it up

From the Orlando Sentinel
-George O'Leary says UCF will stay the course on offense
-UCF Athletic Director Keith Tribble copes with economic downturn, says no one is satisfied with football team's status

From the Birmingham News
-Richard Williams to join UAB as director of basketball operations
-UAB players get some rest during the bye week

Tuesday game adds academic pressure
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Herd needs to forget about UAB debacle
Charleston Gazette

Jones getting D'Antoni's input on Herd basketball
Charleston Daily Mail

From the Hattiesburg American
-No decision made about USM kicker
-Fedora not making excuses
-Ex-USM player on Rays

Frustration mounts for Eagles, fans
Jackson Clarion Ledger

From the Houston Chronicle
-Rice offense not just two-man aerial show
-College Notes- Rice DE Williams moved back to LB
-UH Notebook- Cougars lick wounds, plug roster spots

Time off leaves Wave refocused to tackle Rice
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers Notebook- Team finally gets break as Jones returns
-Taggart finally feeling confident about knee, role with Tigers
Tigers- Third-string quarterback time

SMU freshman back adds spark to run game
Dallas Morning News

Trevor Vittatoe to get much-needed time to heal up
El Paso Times

October 21, 2008

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

Conference USA News and Notes
Sports Network

From the Charleston Daily Mail
-MU players have confidence in Snyder
-Marshall hoping to avoid long skid

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Herd has work cut out
-Herd uses time to prep for rare mid-week game
-C-USA teams getting respect

Snyder focusing on positive after disastrous loss at UAB
Beckley Register-Herald

Houston needed rally to stay unbeaten in C-USA
Charleston Gazette

From the Hattiesburg American
-Advice for USM fans- Be patient
-Eagles at bottom of standings
-Two Memphis quarterbacks won't play against USM

Change possible at place-kicker
Jackson Clarion Ledger

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Injured Tiger quarterback Hall out 4-6 weeks; backup Hudgens out for season
-UM football notes- Hurting on defense, too
-Taggart finally feeling confident about knee, role with Tigers
-Tiger basketball freshman Angel Garcia out 3-4 weeks

From the Orlando Sentinel
-Player's dismissal leaves UCF's offense with more questions
-Tulsa coach lavishes praise on UCF
-O'Leary says Greco is in the Knights' game plan for Tulsa

From the El Paso Times
-Trevor Vittatoe to get much-needed time to heal up
-UTEP Miners to use open week to regroup

From the Tulsa World
-TU to honor Largent and former coach
-Up close: Brennan Marion
-From the blogs
-Know the foe: Central Florida
-TU Notebook
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Listen to interviews with TU coach Todd Graham, receiver Brennan Marion and defensive end Moton Hopkins

Rice Notebook- Dillard re-establishes dominance
Houston Chronicle

Jones says SMU must learn to finish
Dallas Morning News

October 20, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
-Tulsa Ranked 19th in USA Today/Coaches Poll and 22nd in Associated Press Poll
-Women's Soccer Weekend Recap
-C-USA Volleyball Roundup

From the Tulsa World
-Lots of factors in Tulsa's fate
-TU cracks Top 25
-TU Notebook
-TU: Know The Foe

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
-Herd faces tough road ahead
-Offensive line woes linked to team's woes

Snyder hits rock bottom at UAB
Charleston Gazette

Southern Miss at Memphis
Jackson Clarion Ledger

UTEP Miners confident they'll rebound from loss
El Paso Times

Cougar football- SMU talk
Houston Chronicle

Kragthorpe- Utah in control of its BCS destiny
Salt Lake Tribune

5 Thoughts - Bustin' Up The BCS
College Football News

Change in 3-pointers may help out Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Herd's Williams a real positive for college hoops
Charleston Daily Mail