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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region

Conference USA

March 31, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Time to get the show on the road
Post-game audio- ECU coach Jeff Lebo
Post-game audio- Maurice Kemp & Robert Sampson
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Mabry helps Pirates win 3rd straight
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Advances To CIT Championship Game In Impressive Fashion
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Pirates Take Series From Eagles, 5-1
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Softball Sweeps Series From UTEP
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Spring Football Notebook No. 4
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Pirates Fall To Coastal Carolina, 4-3

From WNCT 9
ECU Pirates win big, move on to CIT championship game
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Pirates take series from Eagles, 5-1

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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ECU advances to CIT final
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ECU sweeps N.C. Central

Aces go cold from the field in season-ending loss at East Carolina
Evansville Courier & Press

Weber State tops Northern Iowa 59-56 in CIT semis
Waterloo Cedar Falls (IA) Courier

CIT basketball tournament 2013 results- East Carolina, Weber State
SB Nation

ECU Advances to CIT Championship
Scout.com

ECU Vaults into Finals of CIT
Rivals.com

ECU routs Aces, heads to CIT final
247 Sports

ECU downs Evansville to advance to CIT final
WRAL Sportsfan

East Carolina routs Evansville, reaches CollegeInsider.com final
Fayetteville Observer

Recap- East Carolina vs. Evansville
Kansas City Star (Sports Network)

ECU defeats Evansville, makes title game of CIT
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

UTEP softball- ECU completes series sweep of Miners
El Paso Times

March 30, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Hoffman masters N.C. Central
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Host Evansville With Right To Play In The CIT Title Game
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Less Than 1,000 Tickets Remain For Saturday's Semifinal Game
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ECU Wins Behind Hoffman's One-Hit Complete Game Shutout, 3-0
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Softball Takes First Game From UTEP, 9-4
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Spring Football Notebook No. 3

ECU wins behind Hoffman’s one-hit complete game shutout, 3-0
WNCT 9

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Pirates play host to Aces
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Carden expands his role
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Hoffman holds Eagles in check

East Carolina Pirates Vs. Evansville Purple Aces

Sports Chat Place

2013 CIT Semi-Final Previews
Mid-Major Madness

UE seniors have taken quite a ride in CIT
Evansville Courier & Press

CIT Tournament 2013 schedule and bracket- Semis Saturday as Evansville, Northern Iowa hope for MVC clash in finals
SB Nation

UTEP softball- East Carolina gets sweep over Miners
El Paso Times

Hoffman Shuts Out NC Central
247 Sports

Pirates take the field
Scout.com

March 29, 2013

From Bonesville.net
Audio- WTIB (TOT- Brian Brown)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Limited Number Of Tickets Available For CIT Semifinals
ECU Men's CIT Highlight Video
ECU Football Pro Day Highlights and Interviews
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Baseball Games 27-28- N.C. Central vs. East Carolina
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Transfers Tanik, Terpko Enjoy Smooth Transition

ECU Pro Day
WITN

ECU wants memorable Minges finale
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

March 28, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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15 Questions for Lincoln Riley
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Updated CIT Scoreboard & Schedule
Audio- WTIB (TOT- Steve Lawler)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU To Join Soon-To-Be Renamed Big East In All Sports
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Long Ball Lifts Pirates To 11-4 Win Over Phoenix
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Softball Splits Doubleheader With N.C. State
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Spring Football Notebook No. 2

ECU granted all-sports membership to reconstituted Big East
Wilmington Star-News

UPDATE-East Carolina will join former Big East in all sports
Winston Salem Journal

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Smith looks to rebuild defense
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Pirates snap losing skid

From WNCT 9
ECU joins soon-to-be renamed Big East in all sports
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Pirates snap skid, beat Elon 11-4

From WRAL Sportsfan
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ECU to join new conference for all sports
With 16 starters back, ECU begins spring practice

ECU to the Big East
WITN

East Carolina joining Big East leftovers in all sports
CBS Sports

ECU to become Big East full-time member
Scout.com

From Rivals.com
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ECU Hammers Elon
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ECU Invited to League

ECU Joins 'Old BE' for All Sports
247 Sports

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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All ECU sports to compete in to-be-renamed Big East in 2014-15
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NC State splits doubleheader with host ECU

March 27, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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ECU zone slows Greyhounds
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P.R. Machine running fast break
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Updated CIT Scoreboard & Schedule
Post-game audio- ECU coach Jeff Lebo
Post-game audio- Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos
Post-game audio- Maurice Kemp & Robert Sampson
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William & Mary extends Pirates' misery
Audio- WTIB (TOT- The Former Chancellor)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Surge Past Loyola To Advance To CIT Semifinals
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Pirates Take Sixth At Briar's Creek Invitational
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Maurice Kemp Named Second-Team All-District 11
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Softball Preview - Games 30-31- North Carolina State

Smith likes Pirates depth
Washington Daily News

From WNCT 9
Pirates Surge Past Loyola To Advance To CIT Semifinals
Diamond Pirates lose 6th game in a row

From WITN
Tuesday 11pm Sportscast
All ECU Sports to the Big East

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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ECU baseball drops sixth straight
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ECU closer to all-sports inclusion
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Pirates march on to semis

From Scout.com
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Pirates Win Again in CIT Tourney
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Baseball suffers sixth straight loss

From Rivals.com
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ECU Outruns Greyhounds 70-58
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ECU Slide Continues

ECU Advances to CIT Semifinals
247 Sports

Loyola falls at East Carolina, 70-58, in CIT quarterfinal
Baltimore Sun

From NBCSports.com
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Suspension to continue through spring for ECU's leading rusher
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Report- Tulsa to join the (old) Big East, East Carolina to join as full member

Recap- East Carolina vs. Loyola-Maryland
Raleigh News & Observer

Recap- East Carolina vs. Loyola-Maryland
Kansas City Star (Sports Network)

March 26, 2013

From Bonesville.net
Audio- Ruffin McNeill Press Conference
Audio- Jeff Lebo Press Conference
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Faces Loyola With Trip To CIT Semifinals At Stake
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Pirates Open Spring Football Practice
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McNeill's Spring Practice Press Conference
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ECU-William & Mary Game Moved To 3 P.M. Start
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ECU Tied For Seventh After 18 Holes At Briar's Creek Invitational
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Pirates Finish 10th At Seahawk Intercollegiate

McNeill heads into critical fourth year
Washington Daily News

From WNCT 9
Pirates to host Loyola in CIT quarterfinals
Pirates kick-off Spring football practice

Monday Sportscast
WITN

ECU Football Kicks-Off Spring Practice
Scout.com

From Rivals.com
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Spring Has Sprung
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Ruff Previews Spring Ball

Ruff- Pre-Spring Press Conference
247 Sports

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Hairston ready to run
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Pirates prepare for Loyola

East Carolina Pirates Vs. Loyola Greyhounds
S
ports Chat Place

On Campus
Sanford Herald

March 25, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Double comeback lifts Cougars
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Updated CIT Scoreboard & Schedule
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Houston Rallies To Sweep Series, 5-3 In 10 Innings
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ECU Defeats Charlotte To Remain Perfect At Home
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Cougars Hand Pirates 14-3 Loss In Softball Series Finale

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Pirates prep for spring
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ECU baseball blows late lead

Pirates winless in CUSA opener
Scout.com

ECU Falls in Houston
Rivals.com

March 24, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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ECU in driver's seat with Rider
Post-game audio- Jeff Lebo
Post-game audio- Ty Armstrong & Maurice Kemp
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CollegeInsider.com Tournament Scoreboard
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Houston wins 9th straight behind Pruitt
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Advances To CIT Quarterfinals With Rout of Rider
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Houston Tops ECU To Take Series, 4-3
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East Carolina Nipped By S.C. State, 4-3
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Pirates Drop Both Games To The Cougars On Saturday

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Pirates fall to 0-2 in C-USA
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ECU rolls to 20th win (sub req'd)

From WNCT 9
ECU advances to CIT Quarterfinals with route of Rider
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Cougars hand Pirates C-USA opening loss, 7-2

Saturday Sportscast
WITN

Pirates Dominate Broncs to Advance in CIT
Scout.com

ECU Rides Broncs 75-54
Rivals.com

ECU Rolls Over Rider to Advance
247 Sports

East Carolina advances in CollegeInsiders.com tournament
Fayetteville Observer

ECU nets 20 basketball wins for first time in 59 years
Henderson Daily Dispatch

COLLEGE BASKETBALL- Rider's season ends with loss
The Trentonian

Missed opportunities doom Rider in CIT
The Times of Trenton - NJ.com

Recap- East Carolina vs. Rider
Kansas City Star (Sports Network)

March 23, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Cougs approach historic mark with 19th win
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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A Message To The Pirate Nation
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Pirates Welcome Rider To Minges For CIT Second Round Contest
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Cougars Hand Pirates C-USA Opening Loss, 7-2
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Pirates Outlast Coastal Carolina 5-2
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Pirates Have Win Streak Snapped By UNCG
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Baseball Games 22-24- East Carolina at Houston (C-USA Opener)

Pirates host Rider today
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

ECU faces similar Rider team inside Minges
Scout.com

Rider University men's basketball looks to keep season going with
Newark Star-Ledger

New coordinator breathes life into East Carolina's defense
USA Today

ECU Falls To Cougars
Rivals.com

Baseball- Houston wins eighth in a row, off to best start since 1989
Houston Chronicle

March 22, 2013

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Falls to Western Kentucky in Overtime in First Round of WNIT
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ECU Will Host Rider In CIT Second Round
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ECU Sweeps C-USA Field Athlete of the Year Honors

From the East Carolinian
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Historic win propels Pirates
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Pirate sports Spring Break updates
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ECU baseball continues to struggle in midweek games

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Rider up next for ECU
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Pirates’ season ends with OT loss (sub req'd)
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ECU baseball starts ‘new season’ (sub req'd)

East Carolina home against Rider in CollegeInsiders.com action
Fayetteville Observer

ECU Women Fall In WNIT First Round
WITN

Lady Pirates fall to Western Kentucky in overtime in first round of WNIT
WNCT 9

2013 East Carolina Spring Football Analysis
College Football News

Pirates travel to Houston for series
Scout.com

East Carolina Pirates Vs. Rider Broncs
Sports Chat Place

March 21, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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High Point deals loss to Pirates
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CollegeInsider.com Tournament Scoreboard
Audio- WTIB (TOT- FCA Banquet)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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High Point Defeats East Carolina On The Diamond, 4-2
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Lady Pirates Open WNIT First Round at Western Kentucky
Second Round CIT Tickets on Sale Now

High Point Defeats East Carolina On The Diamond, 4-2
WITN

Diamond Pirates fall again, Lose 4-2 to High Point
WNCT 9

From 247 Sports
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Pirates Fall to High Point
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Simply The Best

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Pirates punchless against High Point
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ECU women set for WNIT opener

High Point 4 ECU 2
Rivals.com

High Point hands Pirates consecutive loss
Scout.com

March 20, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Pirates charge back to advance in CIT
Post-game audio- Jeff Lebo
Post-game audio- Miguel Paul & Akeem Richmond
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Seahawks thump East Carolina
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Rally To Defeat Savannah State And Advance To Round Two
ECU Men's Basketball Highlights
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UNCW Cruises To 10-3 Victory Over ECU
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ECU Edges Liberty 4-3 To Close Out Roadswing

From the Fayetteville Observer
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East Carolina defeats Savannah State 66-65 in CollegeInsiders.com tournament
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East Carolina football part of ESPN, conference deal

ECU Men Win First Ever Postseason Game 66-65 Over Savannah State
WITN

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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ECU's postseason drought over
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Pirates drop another Tuesday affair

From Scout.com
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ECU captures history in come-from-behind win
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Midweek woes continue for ECU baseball

From Rivals.com
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ECU Advances in CIT
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ECU Roughed up at UNC-W

ECU Opens CIT With Thrilling Win
247 Sports

Seahawks easily handle rival Pirates as Ridge goes 4-for-4
Wilmington Star-News

Seahawks' bats come to life in win over East Carolina
W
ECT-TV 6

March 19, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Lady Pirates headed to postseason
Audio- WTIB (TOT- Joe Friday)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Set To Face Savannah State In CIT First Round
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ECU Earns At-Large Bid in WNIT, Will Play at Western Kentucky
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Women's Hoops Announces Summer Camp Dates
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Pirates Finish Sixth At Insperity Intercollegiate

Pirates excited to tip-off CIT in Minges
Scout.com

ECU Plays Host to Tigers in CIT
247 Sports

Pirates hosts Savannah St. tonight
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

East Carolina Pirates Vs. Savannah State Tigers
Sports Chat Place

ECU Women earn WNIT bid, will play at Western Kentucky
WNCT 9

Right Down the Street
Rivals.com

March 18, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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ECU to host first round game in CIT
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CIT Field of 32 and First Round Schedule
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Lucroy, Lowery help Pirates take series
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Accept Bid To 2013 CIT
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ECU Wins Fourth-Straight Series, 6-4
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ECU Wins Five Events, Sets a Pair of School Records at 49er Classic
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ECU Men's Golf Finishes Eighth At Seminole Intercollegiate
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Softball Loses A Close 2-1 Contest To UAB

ECU Pirates accept bid to CollegeInsider.com tournament
Fayetteville Observer

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Roundup- Strong start propels ECU
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Pirates accept CIT bid
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Pirates win in slugfest

From WNCT 9
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ECU Men's Basketball team heading to CIT
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ECU Baseball wins fourth-straight series, 6-4

ECU Men To Play In CIT
WITN

March 17, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Bats gone wild as Bucs outslug Jax
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Spied from the Crow's Nest
-
Web Headlines Roundup

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Evens Series With 16-9 Win Over Jacksonville
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Pirates Fall To Eighth At Seminole Intercollegiate
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UAB Downs East Carolina, 7-4
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Pirates Move Up To Fifth At Insperity Intercollegiate
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Furman Rallies Past No. 72 East Carolina, 5-2
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Softball Takes Game One From UAB, 4-2

Pirates win in slugfest
Greenville Daily Reflector

ECU Tops Dolphins 16-9
Rivals.com

March 16, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Koslowski double lifts Dolphins over ECU
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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East Carolina Drops a 72-59 Decision to Tulsa at C-USA Semifinals
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ECU Drops Heartbreaker To Jacksonville, 3-2
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Softball Preview - Games 24-26- UAB
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ECU In Seventh After Round One of Seminole Intercollegiate
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Pirates Post 6-1 Road Win At Presbyterian

After C-USA tourney loss, ECU waits, hopes to keep playing
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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ECU women fall at Tulsa
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Kemp, Pirates eye hoops futures
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ECU drops opener in Jacksonville

Tulsa women upset East Carolina to advance to C-USA title game
Tulsa World

Lady Pirates drop a 72-59 decision to Tulsa at C-USA Semifinals
WNCT 9

ECU Loses to Jacksonville
Rivals.com

March 15, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Golden Hurricane blows past ECU
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Audio- WTIB (TOT- Policeman Fundraiser)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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No. 2 Seed ECU Takes on No. 6 Seed Tulsa in C-USA Semifinals
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ECU Advances to C-USA Semifinals, Rolls Past Southern Miss, 89-60
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East Carolina Falls to Tulsa in C-USA Tournament, 79-72
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Pairs Play Lifts Davidson Past East Carolina 4-3
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Pirates Roll To Eighth Straight Win

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Tulsa topples ECU men (sub req'd)
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ECU women cruise into semis

ECU collapses. Drops heartbreaker to Tulsa
Scout.com

ECU Falls at Tulsa
Rivals.com

Late Collapse Bounces ECU
247 Sports

Tulsa Tops East Carolina, 79-72
conferenceusa.com

From the Tulsa World
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C-USA Tournament- TU rallies its way into semis with win over East Carolina
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Late run spurs TU into C-USA semifinals
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Tulsa rallies, advances to C-USA semifinals vs. Memphis
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Tulsa women beat Tulane to make C-USA semifinals

Thursday Sportscast
WITN

March 14, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Pirates hit bumpy Trail in Buies Creek
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Audio- WTIB (TOT- Brian Brown)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Opens C-USA Championship Against Tulsa Thursday
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Lady Pirates to Face Southern Miss in C-USA Tournament
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ECU Drops Slugfest To Campbell, 8-6
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Track & Field Begins Outdoor Season at Charlotte
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East Carolina Back In National Women's ITA Rankings

Thursday Sportscast
WITN

Edwards Sisters lead ECU into C-USA tourney
WNCT 9

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Macy expects ‘spirited’ effort
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Camels edge Pirates
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Tourney time for ECU men (sub req'd)

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Vs. East Carolina Pirates
Sports Chat Place

March 13, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Fifteen Questions for Rick Smith
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Monarchs rule behind clutch pitching
Audio- WTIB (TOT- Cypress Landing Military Day)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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No. 2 Seed Lady Pirates Head to Conference USA Tournament
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Pirates Participate in Local Elementary School Pep Rally
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Pirates Late Rally Comes Up Short, 5-3
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ECU Finishes 10th At Tiger Invitational
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Softball Drops 4-0 Contest to No. 20/23 Hawai'i
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Softball Falls To Syracuse, 3-0
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Track & Field- Looking Back on a Successful Indoor Season

Pirates fall to ODU, 5-3
WNCT 9

Tuesday Sportscast
WITN

Pirates set for Campbell after loss to ODU
Scout.com

Diamond Bucs Fall to ODU
247 Sports

ECU Loses to ODU
Rivals.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Midweek woes for ECU
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Seniors lead the way for Pirates

ODU baseball stays hot, beats ECU on the road
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

Rainbow Wahine sink Pirates
The University of Hawaii Kaleo

March 12, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Pirates go treasure hunting in Tulsa
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WBVL Audio- Jeff Lebo Press Conference
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Audio- WTIB (TOT- Shagging for a Cause)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Macy Named C-USA Coach-of-the-Year, Mial Also Honored
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Kemp And Paul Named All-Conference USA
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Pirates Lead Field At Tiger Invitational After Round One
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East Carolina Baseball Notebook
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Cindi Miller Named Assistant Volleyball Coach
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Lucroy Named C-USA Pitcher-of-the-Week

From WNCT 9
Conference USA Honors Kemp, Paul from ECU Hoops
Macy Named C-USA Coach of the Year, Mial Claims Sixth Player Award

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Macy is top coach in C-USA
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Pirates host ODU before road trip
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Kemp on first team; ECU departs

Two Pirates on All C-USA
Rivals.com

NY Jets sign veteran QB David Garrard to compete with Mark Sanchez
New York Daily News

Jets sign David Garrard but still have faith in Mark Sanchez
New York Newsday

From ESPN
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QB David Garrard joins Jets
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Desperate Gang gambles on Garrard
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David Garrard was the best Jets could do

Jet Fans, Worry No More- David Garrard Has Signed
Wall Street Journal

Drummonds signs with East Carolina
Watauga Democrat

March 11, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Compher should consider radical measures
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Lucroy baffles Hawks as ECU takes series
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Lucroy Fans 12 In Complete Game Shutout, 4-0
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Gustafsson Spang Wins JMU Eagle Landing Invitational
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Celeste Stewart, Britny Edwards Earn All-C-USA Honors

Lucroy fans 12 in complete game shutout, 4-0
WNCT 9

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Lights out Lucroy
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Roundup- Stewart earns all-league honors

ECU’s Lucroy and Gosik Highlight Series Win
Scout.com

Lucroy Leads ECU to Series Victory
247 Sports

ECU Shuts Out Hawks
Rivals.com

March 10, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Paul, Kemp shine in regular season finale
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Pirates bounce back with 7-6 win
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Women's Hoops Earns No. 2 Seed in C-USA Tournament
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Pirates To Open C-USA Championship Thursday Against Tulsa
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Kemp And Paul Lead ECU To Record Win On Senior Night
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Softball Downed by No. 21/24 Hawai'i, 8-0
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Pirates Even Series With Hawks, 7-6
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Gustafsson Spang Holds Two-Shot Lead At JMU Eagle Landing

Paul leads East Carolina past Marshall 86-79
Raleigh News & Observer (AP)

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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ECU survives ugly seventh frame
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Record-setting win for ECU

From WNCT 9
Pirates beat Marshall on senior night
Pirates beat Monmouth 7-6 to even series

Saturday Sportscast
WITN

Bombs-away ECU sinks Herd 86-79
Charleston Gazette

Herd ends regular season with loss
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Marshall men's basketball- ECU beats Herd 86-79 in regular season
Charleston
Daily Mail

ECU's seniors lead Pirates to history
Scout.com

ECU Tops Herd, 86-79
Rivals.com

ECU Notches Historic Win
247 Sports

March 9, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Monmouth takes Pirates in 10
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"America 12" in limbo
Audio- WTIB (Boat Show)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Cooper Suspended Indefinitely From Football Program
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Pirates face Hot Marshall On Senior Night Looking For Record Win
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Butts Earns Fifth All-America Selection at NCAA Indoor Championships
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ECU Shutout By Portland State, 9-0
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Softball Comes Back To Defeat TWCPE, 6-5, In Exhibition Contest
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Hawks Trip Up Pirates On The Diamond, 4-3 (10 Innings)
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Island Thoughts - Day 2

East Carolina suspends leading rusher Vintavious Cooper
Fayetteville Observer

From WNCT 9
Hawks trip up Pirates on the diamond, 4-3 (10 Innings)
RB Vintavious Cooper suspended from ECU Football program

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Hawks top ECU in 10th
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ECU women fall to Eagles

ECU leading rusher Cooper suspended after on-campus drug incident
Wi
lmington Star-News

ECU suspends RB Cooper
Winston-Salem Journal

From Rivals.com
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ECU Falls to Monmouth
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Cooper Suspended

From Scout.com
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Pirates host Marshall for senior night
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RB Vintavious Cooper suspended indefinitely

Pirates Fall to Monmouth in 10
247 Sports

ECU indefinitely suspends leading rusher
NBC Sports

East Carolina Pirates Vs. Marshall Thundering Herd
Sports Chat Place

Herd closes out today at East Carolina
Charleston Gazette

Herd closing regular season
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Herd Looks for Season Sweep of Pirates
Huntingtonnews.net

March 8, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Big East forgets to ask- What's in a name?
Audio- WTIB (Humane Society K-9 Walk)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Lady Pirates Fall to Southern Miss, 75-66
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2013 Football Season Tickets Now On Sale
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Baseball Games 12-14- Monmouth at East Carolina
Britny Edwards Feature

From WNCT 9
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ECU to new Big East in all sports, Chancellor "guarantees"
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Lady Pirates fall to Southern Miss, 75-66

From The East Carolinian
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New athletic director announced
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ECU clinches postseason bye
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Swimming and Diving wraps up strong season
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Tennis wins six in a row

ECU women fall to Eagles
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

Lady Eagles down ECU in final regular season game
Hattiesburg American

Herd sails to ECU to face Pirates Saturday
MU The Parthenon

Pirates welcome Monmouth
Scout.com

March 7, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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ECU rises to occasion
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Pirates find their man
Audio- WTIB (Dr. Sturgis, Colon Cancer Screening)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Jeff Compher To Lead East Carolina Athletics
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Pirates Outduel Tulane To Earn First Round Bye
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ECU Closes Out Regular Season at Southern Miss
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ECU-ODU Baseball Game Cancelled

From WITN
New ECU Athletic Director Calls Pirate Fans The "Best Fans In America"
ECU Tops Tulane

First on 9- ECU introduces Jeff Compher as new Director of Athletics
WNCT 9

East Carolina hires new athletic director
Fayetteville Observer

Compher tabbed to lead ECU athletics
Washington Daily News

ACC Insider - Compher takes reins at ECU as Holland's successor
Wilmington Star-News

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Compher's title mindset
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Pirates hold off Wave in Minges
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ACC transfers helping ECU women

East Carolina's new AD has 'national recognition'
Raleigh News & Observer

New ECU athletic director talks about plans
WCTI 12

From Rivals.com
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ECU Tops Wave 88-85
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Comphermed !

From Scout.com
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ECU names Compher new AD to succeed Holland
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Pirates survive Wave, clinch first round bye

From 247 Sports
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Compher Era Begins
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ECU Outlasts Tulane

NIU AD Compher accepts East Carolina job
Chicago
Tribune

Compher introduced as East Carolina AD
Dekalb Daily Chronicle

NIU's Compher takes post at East Carolina
Chicago Daily Herald

Lady Eagles set for East Carolina
Hattiesburg American

Tulane men's hoops loses to East Carolina, 88-85
New Orleans Times Picayune

Tulane drops heartbreaker at ECU, 88-85
SportsNOLA.com

ECU hires Compher to replace Holland as AD
Winston Salem Journal (AP)

ODU baseball game vs. ECU rained out
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 6, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Pirates take see-saw fracas
Audio- WTIB (TOT- Arts Center)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Looks To Clinch First Round Bye Against Tulane
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ECU Outlasts UNCG On The Diamond, 11-9
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Softball Preview - Games 20-23- Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament
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Celeste Stewart Revolutionizes Basketball at ECU
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Pirates Shut Out UNC Asheville

From WNCT 9
FIRST ON 9- ECU Set to introduce Jeff Compher as new Director of Athletics
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ECU Set to introduce Jeff Compher as new Director of Athletics
Pirates outlast UNC Greensboro, 11-9

From WITN
ECU to introduce Jeff Compher new AD
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ECU Wins 11-9 Slugfest against UNCG

NIU AD Compher appears headed to East Carolina
Chicago Tribune

Source- NIU AD Compher leaving for ECU
Dekalb Daily Chronicle

Sources- NIU's Jeff Compher picked as ECU's new AD
WCTI12.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Source- Compher the front-runner at ECU
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ECU claws past UNCG
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Pirates return home for stretch run

NIU’s Compher to be named new ECU athletic director
W
ilmington Star-News

Tulane men's basketball vs. East Carolina capsule
New Orleans Times Picayune

Tulane faces East Carolina in final road game of regular season
SportsNOLA.com

Wilmington Sharks Announce New General Manager
Beach Carolina Magazine

Pirates return home to host Green Wave
Scout.com

From Rivals.com
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Compher Watch Is On
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Streak Continues

Diamond Bucs Outslug Greensboro
247 Sports

March 5, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Weekend mound rotation emerges
Audio- WTIB (TOT- Ronald McDonald House)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Baseball Game 11- UNCG at East Carolina
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East Carolina-UNCG Baseball Game Moved To 3 P.M. Start
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Two For One Ticket Offer For Final Two Men's Basketball Games
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East Carolina Baseball Notebook
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Men's Tennis Match Moved To River Birch Tennis Center

ECU looking for midweek win
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

ECU v UNCG Tuesday
W
ITN

Former Rose/ECU star joins Dad on coaching staff at FIU
W
NCT 9

March 4, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Lucroy hurls Pirates to sweep
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Women's Hoops Rolls Past Memphis, 69-52, on Senior Day
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ECU Completes Sweep Of St. John's, 7-3
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Softball Defeats North Dakota 6-0
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ECU Track & Field Enjoys Successful Weekend

Juco all-American RB Breon Allen commits to East Carolina
Orlando Sentinel (blog)

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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ECU women set home record
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ECU completes sweep

From WITN
ECU completes sweep of St Johns
Womens Hoops Rolls on Senior Day

From WNCT 9
ECU Baseball completes sweep of St. John’s, 7-3
ECU Women’s hoops rolls past Memphis, 69-52, on senior day
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ECU student killed in four-car wreck on Highway 264

East Carolina Uses Five-Run Second To Defeat St. John's, 7-3
RedStormSports.com

Pirates calm the Red Storm, sweep series
Scout.com

ECU Sweeps St. John's
Rivals.com

For Sanford woman, actor proves to be more than just a pretty face
Fayetteville Observer

March 3, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Watson sinks Pirates with perfection
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Williams takes command in 8-1 win
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Lady Pirates Host Memphis on Senior Day
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ECU Falls at Southern Miss Ending Road Winning Streak
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ECU Takes Series From St. John's, 8-1
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ECU Men's Tennis Blanks Christopher Newport, 7-0
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Softball Dropped By No. 3 Arizona State, 13-0

From WNCT 9
ECU Men's Basketball falls at Southern Miss
ECU Baseball takes series from St. John’s, 8-1

From WITN
ECU vs USM
ECU v St Johns

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Williams wins again for ECU
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Watson, Southern Miss bury Pirates
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ECU women entertain Memphis

Pirates come up short in Hattiesburg
Scout.com

From Rivals.com
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USM Beats ECU 88-69
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ECU Navigates Red Storm 6-3

ECU Takes Game 2 Against St. Johns
247 Sports

Eagles savage Pirates
Hattiesburg American

Southern Miss downs East Carolina 88-69 in C-USA
Raleigh News & Observer (AP)

March 2, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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Hoffman, ECU tame Red Storm
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Defeat Red Storm, 6-3
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Softball Edged Out By North Carolina
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Softball Defeats Binghamton in Extra Innings
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Pirates Look To Extend And Break Streaks Against Southern Miss
Pirate Football Winter Workouts

East Carolina AD to Big East- TV plan could help 'court' BYU, others
CBS sports.com (blog)

Big East still trying to 'court' BYU, email shows
SB Nation

Diamond Bucs defeat Red Storm, 6-3
WNCT 9

Friday Sportscast w/ ECU Highlights
WITN

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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ECU sails past Red Storm (sub req'd)
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Pirates hope for continued road success (sub req'd)

ECU Knocks Off St. John's in Game 1
247 Sports

ECU Navigates Red Storm 6-3
Rivals.com

Southern Miss Hosts East Carolina
SouthernMiss.com

USM can wrap up 2nd place with win over ECU today
Biloxi Sun Herald

Golden Eagles take on Pirates
Hattiesburg American

Mills defies expectations for Southern Miss both on, off court
Jackson Clarion Ledger

Southern Miss Golden Eagles Vs. East Carolina Pirates
Sports Chat Place

St. John's Offense Strands 10 Runners In 6-3 Loss To East Carolina
RedStormSports.com

March 1, 2013

From Bonesville.net
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THREE AMIGOS LEAD ECU INTO SOUTHERN MISS
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Notches 20th Victory with 53-52 Win Over UAB
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Baseball Game 8- St. John's at East Carolina
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Softball Preview - Games 15-19: Wilson/DeMarini Invitational

ECU Women notch 20th victory with 53-52 win over UAB
W
NCT 9

Lady Pirates 'Play 4 Kay'
WITN

From the East Carolinian
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Pirates torched by Flames
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Pirates lose to Elon for fifth straight loss

UAB women fall at East Carolina
al.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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ECU women notch win No. 20 (sub req'd)
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Pirates happy for fast turnaround (sub req'd)

Norview names ex-ODU football aide Cotton coach
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 31, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke needs Cook to take control against Louisville
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As Plumlees roll on, small hometown wonders what could have been
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DeCock- ACC’s future on display in Duke vs. Louisville
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Louisville and Duke meet in national championship game kind of atmosphere
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Final Four nice but not good enough for Boeheim
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Wichita State upsets OSU 70-66 for Final Four trip
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BracketRacket- Shockers, Coach K and sportsmanship
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Former NC State coach, quarterback inspire new line of dress shirts

BIG DAY FOR DUKE
Durham Herald-Sun

Orange heading south to Final Four in Atlanta
Syracuse.com

From the Watauga Democrat
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Southern Conference weighs its options
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ASU faces financial considerations
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Other sports to be affected by move
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Behr- Just win, baby

From the Charlotte Observer
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App. State, Charlotte bringing major-college football near you
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Comparison- Appalachian State Mountaineers and Charlotte 49ers
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76ers shake off Bobcats, 100-92

March 30, 2013

Curry, Blue Devils roll into regional final
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke beats Michigan State 71-61 to advance to Elite Eight
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DeCock- Indy’s good vibes racing back for Duke
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Go to bed! Duke plays 'tomorrow' after late finish
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Paul Klee- When winning makes you queasy
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Canes’ Skinner struggles for consistency
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Rodon strikes out 11 as N.C. State trims Maryland

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
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Louisville Cardinals defeat Oregon Ducks 77-69
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Rematch with Duke won't be a day at the beach
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Cards vs. Duke in Elite Eight- What to expect?

Sunk City- Gators end FGCU run; UF moves on to third straight Elite Eight
Gainesville Sun

From Kansas.com
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Jayhawks’ season ends with overtime loss to Michigan
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Wichita State plays for Final Four relying on its strengths
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Bob Lutz- Shockers try for Final Four with recruits big-time schools don’t see

From Syracuse.com
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Scouting Report- Syracuse zone familiar to Marquette
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Football- 2013 schedules are out; Kickoff Classic Sept. 6-8

From the Charlotte Observer
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Ric Flair’s son, Reid Flair, found dead in SouthPark hotel
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Henderson's 35 for naught in Bobcats' loss to Knicks

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Clemson baseball faces test at No. 1 North Carolina
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Chipper-less Braves expect to go right on winning

March 29, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke’s Kelly looks to regain shooting touch
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DeCock- Coach K, Izzo share much in common, including mutual respect
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Lorenzo Brown leaving NC State for the NBA; Gottfried 'committed' to Pack
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Marquette muscles Miami out of NCAA
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Hurricanes drop seventh straight in 6-3 loss to Maple Leafs

From the Charlotte Observer
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Tar Heels enjoy sharing the wealth in Charlotte
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Earnhardt Jr. riding the wave

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Author of Miami's NCAA report says nothing amiss
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N.C. State coach Mark Gottfried won't discuss UCLA opening
-
ESPN poses the question: Is N.C. State's fan base the most delusional about its program's national prestige?

Urinal video game; 'white man's perspective' on hoops
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

New Virginia Tech coaches raise the intensity in spring football practice
Roanoke Times

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Former College of Charleston assistant leads Wichita State to Elite Eight
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Clemson needs Battle to seize starting job on offensive line
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Ellington ready to play football, basketball for final season
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Fixing the college conference realignment mess

Wake Forest guard Chase Fischer to transfer
Winston Salem Journal

Error-prone Seahawks fall to Wolfpack
Wilmington Star-News

March 28, 2013

From the Watauga Democrat
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Appalachian State makes it official
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Eagles first to take the FBS plunge
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SoCon releases statement on ASU, GSU

From the Winston Salem Journal
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It's official- Appalachian State joins Sun Belt Conference
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Heat's winning streak ends at 27 in Chicago

From CBS Sports
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Atlanta, three others bid for college football playoff
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Georgia Southern makes Sun Belt '14 move official

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Plumlee, Coach K credit Sulaimon for helping Duke reach Sweet 16
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Collins will stay with Duke through NCAA tourney, then take over as head coach at Northwestern
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Canes trying to find a way to score goals
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'The Shot' is still hot topic 26 years later
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Miami missing middle piece of the puzzle
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Appalachian State to move to Sun Belt Conference starting July 1, 2014

Appalachian State moving to FBS Sun Belt Conference
Fayetteville Observer

Krzyzewski- Northwestern getting a ‘terrific’ coach in Chris Collins
Wilmington Star-News

Error-prone Seahawks fall to Wolfpack
Wilmington Star-News

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Five months after his injury, Marcus Lattimore returns to South Carolina, hopeful as ever
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No rest for Boyd- Clemson quarterback spends spring break at camp
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USC’s Holbrook wants to see team respond from adversity
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Clemson falls to Georgia in baseball

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bobcats come back from 19 down to beat Magic
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Ex-NBA player who mentored Wilt Chamberlain lives quiet life of service in Charlotte
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Carolina Panthers, Jordan Gross agree to restructure lineman’s deal
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Appalachian State to move to Sun Belt Conference starting July 1, 2014
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The 11 others schools to make up the new Sun Belt Conference

From Philly.com
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Best move La Salle didn't make
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La Salle expects a battle from Wichita St

Shaka Smart staying at VCU
Richmond Times Dispatch

George Mason to play in CBI title game
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 27, 2013

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Appalachian will make move official Wednesday
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Appalachian State's move to the FBS and Sun Belt
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Mountaineers' spring practice schedule includes scrimmage in Charlotte and closing spring game
-
INTERACTIVE- NCAA Bracket

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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NC State's Brown, Warren still undecided on NBA future
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Jets keep Canes grounded; Canes winless in sixth straight
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Michigan State 101- 5 things to know about Duke's Sweet 16 opponent
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Harper out as NC State women's basketball
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Coaches survive show-cause orders
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UNC's Bernard on NFL role- 'I don't want to come off the field'
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Tar Heels outlast VCU in 10 innings
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Canes put Jokinen, Wallace on waivers

Wake Forest’s AD Ron Wellman has coach Jeff Bzdelik’s back
Greensboro News-Record

DUKE IN SWEET 16
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bobcats' Biyombo makes slow, steady progress
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Despite opposition, Bank of America Stadium financing bill advances

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Gamecocks down Cougars, 3-1
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Old Dominion stuns Charleston Southern in ninth for 4-3 baseball win
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Clemson rips Georgia, 9-1, in baseball
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Clemson’s Chad Morris said there will be no extreme makeover with his offense this fall; Morris likes the No.2 QB battle

From the Richmond Times Dispatch
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Woody- UCLA job might not be all it seems for Smart
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Virginia’s bright future illuminated by NIT run
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UNC edges VCU; VMI blisters Tech
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UR QB Rocco denied waiver

Region baseball roundup- No. 27 Campbell defeats Duke 6-3
Fayetteville Observer

Big bats hibernating, but UNCW winning anyway
Wilmington Star-News

March 26, 2013

Source- Appalachian to leave SoCon for Sun Belt
Winston Salem Journal

From the Watauga Democrat
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ASU's FCS program may be ready to accept FBS bid
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ASU opens spring football practice

From CBS Sports
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Sun Belt Conference to add four teams in 2014
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SEC burning questions

From the Charlotte Observer
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Report- App. State making leap to Sun Belt, FBS
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Penske bristles at 'petty' criticism toward Logano
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Tiger Woods back at world No. 1
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Florida Gulf Coast’s Graf riding Sweet 16 wave
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Charlotte restaurant group backs tax for Panthers
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Charlotte goal- Millions to keep Panthers
-
NFL teams score big on public money for stadiums

Miami Dolphins offer to repay portion of public costs to renovate stadium
Miami Herald

GSU fans, say hello to your new neighbors
Atlanta Journal Constitution

GMU rejoins ex-CAA foes
Richmond Times Dispatch

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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Official- George Mason to join Atlantic 10 in July
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Virginia baseball team completes series sweep of N.C. State

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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As schools leave, SoCon and Colonial leagues under pressure
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South Carolina pitcher Colby Holmes gets chance to right himself tonight at College of Charleston
-
Clemson’s football staff visits Arizona State and hosts Ohio State and the Atlanta Falcons in search of answers

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Canes sign Semin to 5-year, $35 million contract extension
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Duke knows it can find way to win in NCAA basketball tourney
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Pursuit of Gottfried would cost UCLA
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Roy Williams, Tar Heels look ahead, wonder who will be back next season
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Minnesota fires coach Tubby Smith
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BracketRacket- Dickie V and dolphins, oh my!
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Clayton High baseball team copes with death of teammate

From the Roanoke Times
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Virginia Tech spring football preview
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Virginia Tech tackles toughness in spring workouts

Mountaineers' soul-searching has begun
Charleston (WV) Gazette

BEYOND THE ARC- And then there were two
Wilmington Star-News

La Salle, Wichita State both battle-tested
philly.com

March 25, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke beats Creighton 66-50 to advance to Sweet 16
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Kansas ousts UNC from NCAA tournament, 70-58
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Florida Gulf Coast's Cinderella story continues with victory over San Diego State
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FGCU becomes first 15 seed to reach round of 16
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Kansas survives, La Salle surprises in Kansas City

From philly.com
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FGCU steals spotlight in Philly
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A very Sweet 16 for La Salle

From the Miami Herald
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Sweet Sunday for state of Florida
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Miami Hurricanes not surprised by success of FGCU
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Sweet history for FGCU
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Gators' Sweet trip routine

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bobcats can't stop James, Heat, fall 109-77
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Kyle Busch drives past wreck to win
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Time for Panthers to consider successors to Steve Smith

South Carolina falls to Arkansas in 11 innings, suffers first three-game weekend series sweep at home since 1999
Charleston (SC) Post and Courier

March 24, 2013

Michigan inflicts its own brand of havoc on VCU
Richmond Times Dispatch

INTERACTIVE- NCAA Bracket
Winston Salem Journal

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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DeCock- Lawrence, Ks. still special to UNC's Roy Williams
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Duke's Kelly, Plumlee well-versed with Creighton's versatile McDermott
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Gottfried on Pack’s problems- ‘You can put it all on me’
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Boychuk clears waivers; reassigned to Checkers

From the Charlotte Observer
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Which Curry is the best shooter? Take your pick
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Bobcats can’t assist themselves, fall to Pistons

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Clemson splits doubleheader with Duke
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Gamecocks fall again to Arkansas
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Cougars bounce back against Mountaineers

March 23, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Temple ends NC State's season in NCAA disappointment
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Poor start dooms NC State in NCAA tourney loss to Temple
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Fowler- Inconsistent Wolfpack's season comes to maddening end
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UNC survives Villanova 78-71 to advance in NCAA tournament
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DeCock- Win 700 for UNC's Roy Williams is special afterward
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UNC’s Paige comes up with another big shot
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Duke beats Albany 73-61 to open NCAA tournament
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Sorensen- Duke toughens up when it matters
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Florida Gulf Coast stuns Georgetown 78-68
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Ole Miss, La Salle pull off NCAA upsets in KC

From Philly.com
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La Salle's Wright is 'in' to win
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'Nova goes down fighting

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Five Clemson football players springing ahead
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As South Carolina’s offense tries to improve, Cody Waldrop adjusts to playing center

James Madison falls to Indiana 83-62
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Bobcats' bigger version of inside game shows promise
Charlotte Observer

March 22, 2013

From the Charlotte Observer
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Davidson falls 59-58 to No. 3 Marquette
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Aggies hit wall against tournament’s top-seed
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Panthers boost return game
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Charlotte Bobcats center Brendan Haywood out for the season

Louisville’s pressure ends A&T’s NCAA run
Greensboro News-Record

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Louisville rolls past N.C. A&T 79-48
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Davidson blows late lead in one-point loss to Marquette
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Villanova to face deep threat from UNC
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Duke keeping 2012 NCAA opener in the past
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INTERACTIVE- NCAA Bracket

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Game Day- UNC vs Villanova
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Game Day- Duke vs. Albany
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Game Day- N.C. State vs. Temple

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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NC State’s C.J. Leslie rolls with criticism
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DeCock- UNC’s Lennie Rosenbluth remembers '57 title, Wilt Chamberlain
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Duke players tour their Hall of Fame, set off to add own history

Virginia's basketball coaching tree set its roots in 1984
Roanoke Times

Seahawks have no shortage of options out of bullpen
Wilmington Star-News

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Citadel baseball goes high-tech
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Clemson batters not hitting with power
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South Carolina freshman lefty Jack Wynkoop could get first big stage vs. Arkansas this weekend

Group Analysis- ESPN Experts Sort Through The Chaos Of March Madness
Hartford Courant

March 21, 2013

Final Four no longer a birthright for state ACC schools
Wilmington Star-News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Unsung hero Richard Howell leads Pack into NCAA tournament
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Hurricanes’ stagnant power play worrisome
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Underwater treadmill gets Duke basketball players back on court
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Raleigh math guru Cannon is Butler basketball’s secret weapon

From the Winston Salem Journal
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N.C. A&T comfortable in its role as underdog against Louisville
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Supposed parity adding no clarity to NCAA Tournament

N.C. A&T wins ... whatever the Aggies score is tonight
Greensboro News-Record

From the Charlotte Observer
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Brooks could be difference for Davidson
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Davidson to pick up tab for student bus caravan
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Charlotte Bobcats win second game in a row
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No win-or-else ultimatum for Panthers’ Rivera

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Clemson defeats Morehead State in baseball
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Power display boosts No. 5 USC to 9-5 win over Citadel at Riley Park
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Cougars walk to victory over Citadel, 11-7
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Traded for ‘nothing,’ ex-USC star Mike Cisco eager for new start

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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Weird twist to Heat streak; school loses on beer
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Teams from Va. have pulled off many NCAA upsets

March 20, 2013

From the Greensboro News-Record
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N.C. A&T tops Liberty for first NCAA Tournament win
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Veteran Davidson team is on a roll

Liberty falls to North Carolina A&T in NCAA Tournament
Lynchburg News-Advance

From the Charlotte Observer
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N.C. A&T notches 1st NCAA win, 73-72
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Newton will shed 'running QB' label, Chudzinski says
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Pargo, McRoberts fitting in as Bobcats fill-ins
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UNC hires new head of athlete tutor program
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Pack’s Doeren finds coaching rhythm early

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Roy 'confused, stunned' about UNC's low seed in NCAA tournament
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South's No. 8 seed UNC better not look past Villanova to Kansas
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Mindful of Lehigh loss, Duke won't overlook Albany
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This season's Wolfpack cooler, calmer, still hungry
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Robert Morris stuns Kentucky in NIT, 59-57
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Canes fall to Panthers 4-1, reach tipping point in season

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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George Mason tops College of Charleston, 78-77
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Power display boosts No. 5 USC to 9-5 win over Citadel at Riley Park
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Former Clemson QB Willy Korn to join Charleston Southern staff as an assistant

From the Richmond Times Dispatch
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VCU notes- NCAA experience not new for veterans
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UR takes on upstart Bryant in CBI

Buzzer-beater sinks Hawks
Philly.com

Spartans' dream season ends with loss to U.Va
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 19, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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UNC, NC State, Duke, Davidson face NCAA challenges and men of mystery
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DeCock- Wolfpack still a good bet in Vegas
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Column- Tournament one thing NCAA gets right
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'Would've been more pleased if he ate my homework'
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SEC seeking answers after getting only 3 NCAA bids
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Duke gets No. 2 seed, UNC sees No. 3 seed in NCAA women's tournament
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NC State, new football coach Doeren set for first practice
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Carolina Hurricanes lose shootout to Rangers, 2-1

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bobcats close out Wizards in 119-114 win
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Gettleman- Panthers will be 'thoughtful, methodical'
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Atlantic 10- Savor the good times while they last?

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Alexander's way is working for North Carolina A&T
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Deacons’ spring focus will be building depth

From the Fayetteville Observer
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NCAA tournament- 5 things to know about N.C. A&T
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TV times set for North Carolina teams in NCAA tournament
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Nation's stolen-base leader Ben McQuown has Campbell baseball off to fast start

March 18, 2013

From NCAA.com
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Conference Championship Central
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Men's Tournament Bracket
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NIT

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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NC State, UNC, Duke took winding road to NCAA tournament
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South's No. 8 seed UNC better not look past Villanova to Kansas
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DeCock- Moving forward, Tar Heels remain a mystery
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ACC fouls data- Why Duke and UNC thrive
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No. 8 seed NC State hopes experience helps against Temple in Dayton
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Duke gets No. 2 seed in Midwest Region, will meet Albany in Philadelphia
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Louisville top overall seed in NCAA tournament
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Ohio State beats Wisconsin for B10 title
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'That's 1 MILLION times bigger than 9 TRILLION!'
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The bracket lives before the games
-
Get a printable PDF of the official NCAA men's bracket

From the Charlotte Observer
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Davidson takes on Marquette
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DeCock- NCAA snubbed the ACC
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NCAA bracket is born, exciting and new
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Sorensen- Miami will win NCAA national title
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Kasey Kahne wins Food City 500

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Clemson’s Jack Leggett likes what he sees despite series loss to No. 22 Virginia
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From Gamecocks glory to coaching glory- Watson, Davis and McKie continue success
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NCAA tournament picks- Louisville over Kansas, and bracket buster upsets

Virginia left at home to play in NIT
Roanoke Times

Poor seeding proves what committee really thought of ACC
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 17, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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UNC survives Maryland 79-76, will play Miami in ACC final
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Hairston is tough when the Tar Heels need him
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Miami ousts NC State from ACC tournament, 81-71
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Pam Valvano Strasser embraces March Madness, past and present
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Wolfpack running out of chances for redemption
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Tampa Bay Lightning top Hurricanes 4-1

From the Charlotte Observer
ACC championship preview- UNC vs. Miami
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Kyle Busch wins Nationwide race
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2 shows to watch Selection Sunday

From the Roanoke Times
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‘Everbody is on egg shells’ as NASCAR takes it's Gen-6 car to Bristol 
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Commentary- Greensboro may lose its footing as ACC's heart

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Charleston Southern, College of Charleston to learn postseason fate
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Driesell- Citadel basketball must take ‘baby steps’
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Clemson beats Virginia in bottom of ninth
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From Gamecocks glory to coaching glory- Watson, Davis and McKie continue success

Louisville beats Syracuse 78-61 to win Big East championship
Louisville Courier-Journal

March 16, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Maryland ousts Duke from ACC tournament, 83-74
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Fowler- Duke's big run never materialized
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UNC cruises to 83-62 win over Florida State at ACC tournament
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DeCock- Shortage of big men still worrisome for Tar Heels
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NC State beats Virginia 75-56 in ACC tourney, faces Miami next
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Some legislators hope North Carolina will finally allow hunting with guns on Sundays
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Syracuse to face Louisville in Big East finale
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UNC's top lawyer to be reviewed

After blowout defeat, U.Va. waits to find their postseason fate
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Is technology to blame for college basketball’s scoring decline?
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No. 12 Virginia edges Clemson, 6-5, in 11 innings
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No. 5 South Carolina opens SEC play with 4-1 win over Missouri

March 15, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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NC State beats Virginia Tech 80-63 in ACC tourney
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NC State Notebook- Howell eager to see Virginia again
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DeCock- Wolfpack's Lorenzo Brown meets defensive challenge
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Wake Forest falls to Maryland 75-62 in ACC tournament
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Duke- Title hopes rest on a defense that doesn’t rest
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UNC confident it can recover (again) from recent loss to Duke
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Ribeiro's late goal lifts Capitals over Hurricanes

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Florida State hangs on, defeats Clemson in ACC first round
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Amid uncertainty about starting pitching, USC’s hitting remains hot

March 14, 2013

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Miami, Duke get ready for tournament push
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Deacons expecting Terrapins to get physical
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Wolfpack has gone from favorite to long shot

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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In a surprising spot at ACC tournament, NC State addresses expectations
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ACC tournament- NC State, Duke, UNC still have plenty at stake
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Coach K- Nobody does ACC tourney better than Greensboro
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Once Canes teammates, Tlusty, Kaberle on different paths

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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South Carolina fails to advance past first round
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No easy fixes for Clemson entering ACC Tournament

Sports gravestone banned; golfer has malaria
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

Seahawks shake off slow start to whip rival Coastal Carolina
Wilmington Star-
News

March 13, 2013

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Notre Dame to join ACC next season, earlier than expected
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WFU lineman out indefinitely because of blood disorder
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Analysis- Six who could have big impact in ACC tourney

Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski- ‘I love Greensboro’
Greensboro News-Record

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Notre Dame to join ACC in 2013-14
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A long way from his native Venezuela, South Carolina’s Michael Carrera is making his family proud
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No. 5 South Carolina rolls past USC Upstate, 12-3, in baseball
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Gonzalez back to Falcons; Fitzpatrick cut by Bills
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Sammy Watkins’ spring plans- Be like DeAndre Hopkins

Seahawks beat Elon as Scalf earns win No. 700
Wilmington Star-News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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UNC's Reggie Bullock left Kinston's streets, but carries their memory
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DeCock- Howell, Strickland, Thornton are working men
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Peters pitches shutout as Canes beat Capitals 4-0
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Davidson’s win might not be its last

From the Charlotte Observer
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Henderson scores 35 as Bobcats end losing streak
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USA Today ranks Panthers dead last in likely free agent activity
-
MEAC- N.C. A&T vs. N.C. Central
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Check out NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon's wild ride
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Knights' new uptown ballpark is a fitting addition
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Bull rider Jerome Davis, paralyzed for 15 years, still ready to rise up

Sinkhole swallows golfer; Wright's 5 RBIs for Team USA
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

March 12, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Unsealed warrants on UNC athletes show world of sports agents wooing college students with cash, favors
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ESPN documentary chronicles NC State's 1983 championship run
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Duke, UNC, NC State combine for 13 on all-ACC basketball teams
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Duke football seeks WR Cordell Broadus - Snoop Dogg's son

Redskins GM- Cap penalty is 'travesty'
Roanoke Times

Vick death threats; Notre Dame to ACC next season
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

From the Charlotte Observer
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Davidson wins SoCon title, claims a spot at Big Dance
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Gamble taking early retirement
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Bobcats giving Reggie Williams more time at point

From the Charlotte Observer
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Davidson downs Charleston, 74-55, in SoCon Finals
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Davidson, again- No storybook bookend exit for C of C at SoCon Tourney
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Former five-star linebacker prospects Steward and Anthony looking to break out for Clemson
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South Carolina’s Joey Pankake takes SEC honor
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Flooded NFL free agent market, but no superstars

Scandal cost Penn State $41M through end of '12
CBS Sports

Duffie leaves WFU football staff
Winston Salem Journal

CAA's good ol' days seem very far away
Wilmington Star-News

James Madison wins CAA title, heads to NCAA tournament
Richmond Times Dispatch

Campbell fires basketball coach Robbie Laing
Fayetteville Observer

March 11, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Blood pressure soars, productivity plummets during March Madness
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Duke, UNC, NC State seeds set for ACC tourney
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N.C. State relegated to ACC tournament’s opening day again
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Three points- Desperate times, the blame game, a Miami comparison

From the Greensboro News Record
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ACC men’s basketball tournament returns to the hostess with mostest
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Wake men avoid a last-place finish
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Elon comes up short in SoCon semifinal

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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No. 11 seed Clemson will play Florida State on Thursday in ACC Tournament
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South Carolina again bookends series with strong pitching
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College Baseball- N.C. State 4, Clemson 1
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No Big Dance- Stunned Charleston Southern looks ahead to the NIT after Big South loss
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Charleston beats Elon, 68-60, advances to SoCon finals

From the Charlotte Observer
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Davidson escapes App State
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Tiger Woods cruises to win at Doral

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press (sub req'd)
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Virginia's exhausting NCAA tournament hopes continue in win over Maryland
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Guard play lifts Northeastern, JMU into CAA championship game
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Tribe's future bright, but improvements necessary

UNCW tops VCU 7-2 on Ramsey's complete game
Wilmington Star-News

MWC nears seven-year, $116M media rights deal
CBS Sports

Gabby made $10.25M; players sent to find coach a date
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Big East Tournament gets fond farewell
Cincinnati Enquirer

March 10, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke dominates UNC for 69-53 win
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DeCock - Williams on Duke's Seth Curry- ‘He toyed with us’
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NC State falls at Florida State, 71-67
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Hurricanes thrash Devils 6-3

Duke-UNC- Devils win men's game; women to meet in ACC finale
Durham Herald-Sun

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bobcats losing streak hits double digits
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Panthers to be frugal in free agency
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Odds favor more Edwards success
-
Cohen keeps Davidson Wildcats purring

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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No. 6 Miami tops Clemson for outright ACC title, 62-49
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Vanderbilt fends off South Carolina rally, 74-64
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College of Charleston downs Western Carolina, 78-70
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Charleston Southern advances to Big South tournament title game
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College Baseball- Clemson 7, N.C. State 4
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College Baseball- USC 9, Rider 5
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College Baseball- Charleston 11, Elon 6
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Brisco continues legacy of wrestling greatness

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Wild baseball brawl; bottle-throwing N.C. State fan
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CAA finishes Richmond run a shadow of its former self
-
MEAC hopes its hoops tournaments can settle in Norfolk

ASU men blast Furman in quarterfinals
Watauga Democrat

UNCW hands VCU 1st baseball defeat of season
Wilmington Star-News

Nothing assured for Big East
Philly.com

March 9, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke, UNC rivalry comes full circle
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DeCock- Two freshmen going different directions may be deciding factor for UNC, Duke
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NC State's incentive- an extra day off
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Hurricanes attendance jumps after lockout

From the Charlotte Observer
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Thunder lowers the boom on Bobcats 116-94
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Gamble’s release puts Panthers under salary cap
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Editorial Profits, perception and the Panthers
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Good for Hamlin refusing to pay NASCAR fine

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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College Baseball- Clemson 10, N.C. State 5
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College baseball- USC beats Rider, 2-0
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Walk-up and pitcher entry songs for Clemson Tigers, South Carolina Gamecocks
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Clemson QB Tajh Boyd will work with QB guru Georgia Whitfield again

W&M looks to finish what it starts at CAA tournament
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Virginia Tech AD Weaver satisfied with men's and women's basketball coaches
Roanoke Times

March 8, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Hurricanes fall to Canadiens 4-2
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NC State’s Howell, Wood remember the beginning

From the Charlotte Observer
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If Bobcats’ season were a prize fight, it would be over
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Kidd-Gilchrist finding his way back
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Hamlin vows not to pay $25K fine
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Duke’s Seth Curry survives and thrives

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney obtains $5 million insurance policy
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Struggling Clemson faces N.C. State ace Carlos Rodon

Gardner-Webb beats Campbell 71-57 in Big South tournament
Fayetteville Observer

Hokie Exum stays positive about knee
Roanoke Times

March 7, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Leslie leads NC State to 81-66 win over Wake Forest
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New documentary brings Duke-Carolina basketball rivalry to life
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UNC beats Maryland 79-68 for sixth straight win
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Marc Staal injury reopens debate on NHL visors

Wolfpack gets even, hammers Deacons 81-66
Winston Salem Journal

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bobcats’ 2nd-half shooting hits frigid in loss to Nets
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Panthers will bring back Jordan Senn
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NFL commissioner talks player safety

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Charleston Southern sets sights on Big South tournament title
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Southern Conference tournament- Can anyone beat Davidson?
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Clemson tops Wofford, 9-2, in baseball
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No. 6 South Carolina rolls past Ball State, 14-4
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Clemson coach Dabo Swinney- ‘We are way ahead of where we were’

ACC would accept Irish this summer
ESPN

Vick’s new dog; cheerleading not a sport- WWE death
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 6, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke dispatches Virginia Tech on senior night, 85-57
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DeCock- Uncertainty surrounds all-ACC voting
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Duke football notes- Plenty of changes under way
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5 questions as UNC opens spring football practice
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Wood, Howell set for NC State senior night game against Wake Forest
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Elon baseball doubles up NC State 24-12
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Canes beat Sabres 4-3 to sweep season series with Buffalo
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DeCock- Ellis can backstop Hurricanes, but he needs help
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Canes’ Cam Ward out six to eight weeks

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Schramm- Blue Devils bid farewell to cozy Cameron, brace for challenges of March
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Campbell escapes Presbyterian in Big South tourney 81-73 in OT

As spring practices open at South Carolina, Jadeveon Clowney’s new coach takes hands-on approach

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Five questions as Clemson opens spring practice
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No. 6 South Carolina blanks Ball State, 10-0
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Cougars score three times in ninth to rally past UNC Wilmington, 6-5
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SAPAKOFF COLUMN- College of Charleston at the SoCon tournament- freaky failure

Lack of improvement forces UNCW to inspect ‘every phase’ of flagship basketball program
W
ilmington Star-News

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Deacons standing still
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College Roundup- UNC Charlotte nips Wake Forest

Speed channel to become all-sports network
Charlotte Observer

March 5, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Duke's Mason Plumlee is Krzyzewski's go-to guy
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Canes’ Cam Ward out six to eight weeks
-
Ellis can backstop Hurricanes, but he needs help

From the Charlotte Observer
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Keith Hornsby- A rock star on free-throw line
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Knee forces Mullens out of Bobcats' loss at Portland
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McCrory- No state money for Panthers stadium upgrades

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Five questions as South Carolina opens spring football practice
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High expections took toll on Clemson seniors Milton Jennings and Devin Booker

NRA to sponsor NASCAR race; seat for POW/MIAs
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

San Diego shuts down punchless Seahawks in 10 innings
W
ilmington Star-News

Deacons standing still
Winston Salem Journal

Trey Freeman leads Campbell into the Big South tournament
Fayetteville Observer

March 4, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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NC State grinds out 70-57 win over Georgia Tech
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Duke football team to start spring practice
-
UNC routs Florida State 79-58
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Hurricanes lose Ward, but finish home-and-home sweep

From the Charlotte Observer
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Edwards ends Sprint Cup drought
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Gettleman's work has just begun
-
Bobcats' slide continues with rout at Sacramento
-
Charlotte's amateur sports plan could get booted in stadium debate

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Nolan Belcher pitches South Carolina to series win over Clemson
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Gamecocks, Tigers make baseball progress
-
Clemson’s frustration continues with another series loss to South Carolina
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Braves closer Kimbrel looks to duplicate dominant 2012 season

March 3, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Kelly returns, carries Duke to 79-76 win over Miami
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Hurricanes shell Panthers 6-2
-
N.C. State needs strong finish – and some help

From the Wilmington Star-News
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College decision comes down to miles for many local athletes
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UNCW relies on familiarity to draw athletes

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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Clemson freshmen end streak, show promise in win over South Carolina
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Clemson adds series seriousness to baseball rivalry with South Carolina
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CSU wins regular season crown, at least NIT berth
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Virginia Tech tops Clemson, 69-61
-
South Carolina falls to Texas A&M, 74-56

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Maryland ruins party for Wake Forest
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ASU grabs SoCon bye

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bowie State underachievers reach potential with CIAA men’s title
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CIAA ends 7-day run Sunday
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Can NASCAR keep new fans?
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Matthews kid Bryan Moore chases NHL dreams

NCAA slams wrestler; Dale Jr.’s carrot juice diet
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 2, 2013

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Storming the court is becoming a hazard for ACC basketball
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After bad loss, Duke prepares for Miami
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Canes likely to play Florida Panthers far less often next season

Coach K cursed U.Va. fans- MJ sued for paternity
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Leggett’s gamble, Clemson’s defense fall short vs. South Carolina
Charleston (SC) Post and Courier

Matchups key when UNCW takes on Drexel
Wilmington Star-News

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Martin shows no signs of slowing down
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Bowie State derails WSSU's hope for CIAA repeat

March 1, 2013

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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Virginia dunks No. 3 Duke for 'signature win'
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UVa fans storm the court, to Coach K's dismay

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Virginia upsets No. 3 Duke 73-66
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Hurricanes top line pummels Penguins 4-1
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Dancin’ Granny, a fan favorite at Canes games, dies
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Duke’s Connor Vernon prepares for NFL draft
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Duke settles in lacrosse suit
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NC State football drill turns into team-building exercise
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UNC gets by Clemson 68-59 despite rebounding woes

From the Charleston (SC) Post and Courier
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North Carolina rout of Clemson has Tigers in danger of first losing season in nine years
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Spreading the USC-Clemson baseball series to more neutral sites
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USC board approves new contracts for football coaches
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South Carolina’s defense miserable in 90-68 loss to Missouri
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College of Charleston tops Wofford, 55-50

From the Wilmington Star-News
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Krzyzewski’s ugly postgame scene raises issue of court rush safety
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After 2 slow weeks, UNCW can't overreact to struggles with bats
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UNCW fee increase will add $1.2 million to athletic budget

From the Charlotte Observer
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J.C. Smith falls in CIAA quarterfinals
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Full CIAA coverage- The parties, the games
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New plan would use existing taxes to upgrade BofA stadium
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‘Edwards Boys’ likely down to one in 2013

Poisoning at dog show? NASCAR driver’s racial slur
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 31, 2013

March 30 C-USA Softball Roundup
conferenceusa.com

From the Birmingham News
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UAB splits doubleheader at Marshall, wins series as John Frost has big day
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UAB spring practice report- Linemen relish practicing in full gear (with video)

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd splits two vs. UAB
-
Marshall defense motivated to improve

Herd settles for split
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Homers carry Southern Miss to win
-
Johnson settles in with familiar role in Southern Miss defense

From the Tulsa World
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John E. Hoover- It's all in the scheme for TU's defense
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Dane Evans tabbed as TU's No. 2 quarterback
-
Danny Manning has plans to end TU's NCAA Tournament drought

Cedric Thompson eager to bring downhill power to UCF running back rotation
Orlando Sentinel

Analysis: Memphis Tigers' first NCAA tournament win under Pastner made season a success
Memphis Commercial Appeal.

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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UC Defense didn't rest in scrimmage
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QB Kiel, transferring from Notre Dame, visits UC

Navy has plenty of options with talented slotback corps
Annapolis Capital

March 30, 2013

Metro Conference 2.0?
Cincinnati.com (blog)

Big East mailblog
ESPN

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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Former ODU star Verlander signs deal to become top-paid pitcher in baseball history
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Monarchs fall to UNCW in pitchers' duel

From the Birmingham News
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UAB wins series opener at Marshall
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UAB spring football practice open to public, not fully to media
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Oregon's Arsalan Kazemi alleges Rice athletics director of racial discrimination (report)

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Chuck Landon- No blaming MU, WVU for missing FGCU star
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Scott loses weight, gains speed

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Though 'multiple' Memphis Tigers testing draft status, Pastner expects 'core group' to return
-
Houston Cougars' Poncedeleon stops Memphis Tigers with five-hitter
-
Bobby Parks, University of Memphis' No. 19 all-time leading scorer, dies

Tulane's baseball team loses its series opener to Rice, 4-2
New Orleans Times Picayune

Golden Eagles edge Knights
Hattiesburg American

March 29, 2013

Deadline for old Big East's new name
ESPN

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd hosting UAB for weekend series
-
Coach's stature bigger than size

Is MAC a better fit for MU?
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Hattiesburg American
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Golden Eagles edge Knights
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USM QB corps learning ropes

Southern Miss QBs learn Monken's system
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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University of Memphis Notebook: Baseball team facing weekend challenge
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Geoff Calkins' Take 5: An interview with Josh Pastner
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Young Memphis Tiger receiver Mose Frazier ready to make impact

Tulane baseball loses opening game in Rice series, 4-2, on the road Thursday night
New Orleans Times Picayune

UCF athletic director Todd Stansbury sends email to fans, alumni
Orlando Sentinel

March 28, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Pirates Surge Past Loyola To Advance
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Today in Conference USA

East Carolina Joins 'Soon To Be Renamed' Big East In All Sports; Tulsa Reported To Be Next
Hartford Courant

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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BYU ends Southern Miss' run short of NYC
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BYU spoils Southern Miss' party
-
Southern Miss baseball looks to rebound at UCF

Spring is Sloter's opportunity to shine at USM
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd wants more offense
-
Herd baseball team falls to Wildcats 8-2
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Chuck Landon- If you build it, will they donate?
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ECU joins Big East for all sports
-
Memphis, Pastner reach deal

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Memphis AD Tom Bowen sought to be 'proactive' in getting Pastner to agree to extension
-
Geoff Calkins: Time for Pastner to shift Tigers into high gear
-
Josh Pastner cleaning up in bonus money for 2012-13

UAB football program looks to keep getting better as spring practice begins
Birmingham News

Who’s ranked? Coogs are – for first time in seven years
Houston Chronicle

ODU schedules football series with North Carolina State
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 27, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Tulane Heads to Auburn for WNIT Sweet 16
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Outdoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week
-
Tennis Athletes of the Week

Soon-to-be-renamed Big East signs TV deal with CBS
Cincinnati Enquirer

Aresco- Big East Has Deal With CBS For Men's Basketball
Hartford Courant

Big East, CBS ink hoops deal
Philly.com

Sources- Tulsa to join old Big East
ESPN (Blog)

Old Big East expected to add Tulsa as member
CBS Sports

From the Tulsa World
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TU has no new information to report about conference affiliation; ESPN reports move to Big East is imminent
-
ESPN reports Big East switch is ‘imminent,’ but TU has ‘no new information’

Moving On Up- Hurricane's Shift To Big East A No-Brainer
News On 6

Big Apple bound- Southern Miss counting on rowdy crowd again tonight
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Hattiesburg American
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Finding a way- Eagles overcome obstacles to advance in NIT
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Errors doom USM in 10th inning rally

One win away from NYC trip, Tyndall rallies Southern Miss basketball fans
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Birmingham News
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Five UAB pitchers shut out Alabama as Blazers snap five-game losing streak
-
Four UAB players changing positions as spring practice begins Wednesday

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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MU team undergoes significant remaking
-
Herd takes the field
-
MU breaks ground on indoor practice facility on April 26

Marshall football- Herd opens spring practice
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Marshall's Brooks makes switch to offense
Charleston (WV) Gazette

From the Tulsa World
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Done in a hurry- LSU bolts to quick lead, gets a solid start from Russell Reynolds to blast Tulane 14-1
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Done in a hurry- LSU bolts to quick lead, gets a solid start from Russell Reynolds to blast Tulane 14-1

UH baseball- 24 games down – comparing last year to this year
Houston Chronicle

March 26, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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March 25 Men's Basketball Recap
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March 25 Baseball Players of the Week
-
March 25 C-USA Softball Players of the Week

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Southern Miss rocks Louisiana Tech, advances to NIT quarterfinal
-
NIT- Southern Miss cruises past Louisiana Tech

Bulldogs bounced- Southern Miss smothers La. Tech in NIT
Shreveport Times

Old Big East faces decisions on new name, Tulsa as 12th school
CBS Sports

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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MU spring football is full of questions
-
MU spring football practice begins

Two exit as Herd starts spring ball
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Marshall football- Herd coaches starting to mesh
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

From the Birmingham News
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UAB hosts Alabama at Hoover-Met; Blazers looking to snap five-game losing streak
-
UAB head coach Garrick McGee has more familiar feel with this year's coaching staff
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Quick hits and notes from Garrick McGee's pre-spring press conference

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Geoff Calkins' Take 5: A little advice for Tigers trying to decide whether to stay or go
-
Kyle Veazey's Daily Dish: Comparing Pastner's resume after four years to other successful coaches

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP football- Miners back on field after productive scrimmage, break
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UTEP football- Miners search high and low for fullback

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane and LSU collide for the first time in 2013, with two Parkview Baptist alums in the spotlight
-
ON DECK- LSU at Tulane

Why the UC bubble came down
Cincinnati Enquirer

March 25, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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March 24 Baseball Weekend Roundup
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Tulane Advances To 3rd Round of WNIT
-
Tulsa Ends Season with Solid Game Against Stanford

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Southern Miss ready for rematch with Louisiana Tech
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Rice rallies late, takes series from Southern Miss

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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University of Memphis seeks to extend Pastner's contract amid possible outside interest
-
Seniors might not be the only ones leaving this Tigers team

Owls can't close the deal vs. Indiana
philly.com

CBI quarterfinals- Houston at George Mason
Houston Chronicle

FIU Panthers’ Jake Medlock shows off arm, has plethora of weapons
Miami Herald

Charlotte pulls away late, tops Davidson 72-60 in WNIT
Charlotte Observer

Bearcats' RB competition will 'be fun to watch'
Cincinnati Enquirer

March 24, 2013

Memphis Falls to Michigan State, 70-48, in Third Round of NCAA Tournament
gotigersgo.com

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Memphis Tigers' NCAA run ends in 70-48 loss to Michigan State
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Seniors might not be the only ones leaving this Tigers team
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Memphis football team's effort is offensive to coach Fuente
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Geoff Calkins' Take 5: Jackson, Johnson showed grit; Stephens showed he'll be missed

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH baseball- 24 games down – comparing last year to this year
-
Cougars hold first scrimmage of spring

Tulane baseball plays poorly in all phases Saturday, loses 16-0 to Memphis in mercy rule-shortened game
New Orleans Times Picayune

Rice's Stephens quiets Southern Miss bats
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Birmingham News
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UCF claims series with strong pitching in win over UAB
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Former UAB player, assistant Anthony Blevins getting chance to coach for NFL's Arizona Cardinals

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd rides coaching carousel
-
MU, WVU do little to improve the mood

From philly.com
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Upset-minded Temple braces for Indiana
-
Scootie Randall must play well for Temple
-
Wichita St. upsets No. 1 Gonzaga
-
Cinderella Florida GC enjoying ride

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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Bearcats one and done in NCAA tournament
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Doc- Fresh start just what UC needs?
-
Bearcats' RB competition will 'be fun to watch'

La. Tech works out in full pads
Shreveport Times

Parker a 'Pup' no more in MTSU spring practice
Murfreesboro (TN) Daily News-Journal

March 23, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Memphis Advances in NCAA Tournament
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Dr. Derrick Gragg Introduced as Tulsa AD
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Talking C-USA Basketball

Temple holds off N.C. State
Philly.com

From the Tulsa World
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New TU AD Derrick Gragg impressed school by handling NCAA issues at Eastern Michigan
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TU introduces new AD Derrick Gragg

Pierce, Southern Miss shut down Rice in C-USA opener
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane baseball Coach Rick Jones to miss tonight's game because of illness
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Tulane baseball team pulls off comeback to win Conference USA opener against Memphis on Friday

UAB shut out in series opener by UCF
Birmingham News

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Radford shuts out Marshall, 5-0
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Chuck Landon- Hilltoppers to blow out Hurricane in C-USA

March 22, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Memphis Advances in NCAA Tournament
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Tulane Advances In WNIT

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Tigers hold off Saint Mary's for Josh Pastner's first NCAA tourney win
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Geoff Calkins: Tigers survive despite late scare
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Coach's talk fuels Tarik Black's resurgence
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University of Memphis baseball opens C-USA season at Tulane

From the Birmingham News
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UAB baseball team looking for more consistency as Conference USA play begins (with video)
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UAB, Birmingham Barons in talks to host Blazer baseball games at new Regions Field
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Why can't Alabama, Auburn or UAB keep the state's best basketball players at home? (Josh Bean)

From the Hattiesburg American
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USM turns focus to La. Tech
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Duggan wants swagger back for Eagles defense
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Eagles open C-USA play against Rice

La. Tech to face Southern Miss in second round of NIT
Shreveport Times

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Memphis avoids late collapse
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Herd visits Radford for four-game series
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MU hires Brown to coach RBs

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane baseball opens Conference USA action against Memphis
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Tulane men's basketball to play Saturday at Bradley in second round of CollegeInsider.com Tournament

From the Dallas Morning News
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Why was Tim Tebow working out at SMU’s football facilities on Wednesday?
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SMU adds offensive guru Hal Mumme to football coaching staff

UCF, USF should get same amount of money in Big East revenue split
Orlando Sentinel

From the Houston Chronicle
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Rice’s Bailiff gets contract extension
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Cougars to face George Mason in CBI quarterfinals (with bracket)

From the Tulsa World
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Eastern Michigan’s Derrick Gragg named TU’s new athletic director
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Wright State ends Tulsa's season, 72-52

A 'job fair' of sorts at ODU for local football players
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

From the Charlotte Observer
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49ers win in WNIT opener
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Updating 49ers' football schedules

CBS will retain rights to Navy football games through 2017, 2018
Annapolis Capital

Early exits haunt Owls
Philly.com

Bearcats, Creighton at a crossroads for prestige
Cincinnati Enquirer

March 21, 2013

March 20 Men's Basketball Recap
conferenceusa.com

C-USA teams win 3 of 4 in tourney action
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Southern Miss holds on against Charleston So., moves on
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Charleston Southern falls to Southern Miss in NIT
Charleston (SC) Post and Courier

UH throws House party at Hofheinz, nips UT 73-72
Houston Chronicle

From the Tulsa World
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This time, Derrick Gragg gets the TU athletic director job
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TU gets handled in CBI loss at Wright State

Preview: (6) University of Memphis vs. (11) Saint Mary's
Memphis Commercial Appeal

49ers can’t keep season going in NIT defeat
Charlotte Observer

Tulane men's basketball beats South Alabama, 84-73, for CIT win
New Orleans Times Picayune

First ODU football practice brings energy back
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 20, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Five C-USA W-Basketball Team Set For WNIT Action
C-USA High Five 3.19.13
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March 19 C-USA Softball Roundup

From the Murfreesboro (TN) Daily News-Journal
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One & done- Blue Raiders exit Big Dance in first round
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Gael Force- St. Mary's ends Raiders' NCAA trip
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Dellavedova heats up quickly in Saint Mary's win over MTSU

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH's new conference, ESPN reach $126 million agreement
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Cougars hang on, beat Longhorns for best start in 20 years

UCF's new conference, ESPN announce TV rights deal
Orlando Sentinel

From the Lynchburg News-Advance
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Tulane's future conference inks television deal with ESPN
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UNO baseball beats Tulane 5-4 for fourth win of season

From the Biloxi Sun Herald
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USM out to repeat history in NIT
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USM hits the field running in Monken's 1st practice

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Monken, Southern Miss get to work
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USM Spring Football- Five Questions

Bucs ready for NIT battle with Southern Miss
Charleston (SC) Post and Courier

From the Charlotte Observer
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49ers pitcher switches to football, his 'first love'
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49ers, Major looking for ‘one more’ in NIT
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Soon-to-be-renamed Big East, ESPN complete TV deal

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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On the road with the Memphis Tigers: lucky seats and lots of time to chill
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Assistant coach Aki Collins has played a big part in Memphis Tigers' success
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Two newcomers making impression for University of Memphis football

TU's Danny Manning sees benefits of playing CBI road game
Tulsa World

Temple's Randall saves his best
Philly.com

UConn's Casey Cochran Puts Last Season Behind Him
Hartford Courant

From the Charleston (WV) Daily Mail
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College baseball- Blair, Marshall shut out WVU
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Chuck McGill- Thundering Herd pitcher dazzles after a rocky start
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C-USA basketball- Quality of conference shouldn't diminish

Wilder says ODU's impending move to FBS means Monarchs will "pick up the pace" in spring practice
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

UAB athletics director Brian Mackin reflects on helping select women's NCAA Tournament field
Birmingham News

Herd shuts out Mountaineers 8-0
Charleston (WV) Gazette

March 19, 2013

Tulsa Women Draw Stanford in NCAA First Round Action
conferenceusa.com

TU meets Stanford in NCAA first round
Tulsa World

First step- MTSU men aim for victory in Big Dance return
Murfreesboro (TN) Daily News-Journal

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Kyle Veazey's Daily Dish: Tigers among biggest spenders at Big Dance
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Geoff Calkins: Stellar season for Memphis Tigers, sure, but it's a victory shy
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Black, Goodwin's struggles to stay on floor limiting Memphis' effectiveness inside
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Memphis OL Devey is center of NFL scouts attention

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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No. 1 NIT seed helps ease NCAA disappointment for Southern Miss
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New Southern Miss coach Monken sees plenty of room to grow

USM basketball coach buys 1,000 student tickets
Hattiesburg American

Tyndall buys 1,000 tickets for students for NIT opener
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Birmingham News
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Former UAB lineman Chris Hubbard impresses at Alabama Pro Day, waits for next call
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UAB shut out by Dartmouth; Blazers go 1-2 in Orlando
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Auburn hosting UAB in first round of Women's NIT

Marshall renews rivalry vs. WVU
Huntington Herald Dispatch

UCF freshmen quarterbacks impress in early days of spring
Orlando Sentinel

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane hoping to build on two-game win streak against UNO on Tuesday
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Tulane women's basketball earns WNIT berth, will host Sam Houston State on Thursday

SMU women to face Bowling Green in WNIT
Dallas Morning News

La. Tech set to face Florida State
Shreveport Times

49ers focus on QBs in 1st spring practice
Charlotte Observer

March 18, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Memphis Receives No. 6 Seed in NCAA Men's Basketball Championship
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Southern Miss Earns No. 1 Seed in National Invitation Tournament

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Pastner's Tigers confident, whether opponent is Saint Mary's or Middle Tennessee
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Geoff Calkins: Stellar season for Memphis Tigers, sure, but it's a victory shy
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Tigers' potential foes -- Middle Tennessee, St. Mary's -- have strong resumes

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Southern Miss lands No. 1 seed in NIT
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Southern Miss gets No. 1 seed in NIT, hosts Charleston Southern
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Southern Miss snaps 5-game skid with win over Central Arkansas

CSU to face Southern Miss in NIT; Cougars host George Mason in CBI
Charleston (SC) Post and Courier

From the Charlotte Observer
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Charlotte 49ers earn 5th seed in NIT, to face Providence Wednesday
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Charlotte 49ers' spring practice- What to watch

UH, Texas to meet in first round of CBI
Houston Chronicle

TU to visit Wright State in CBI opener
Tulsa World

Tulane offense comes alive Sunday for 8-3 victory vs. UTSA to clinch series
New Orleans Times Picayune

MU roundup- Hively's homer leads Herd to victory
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Bearcats didn't wait long to learn fate
Cincinnati Enquirer

Dunphy rains on Temple's party
Philadelphia Enquirer

March 17, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Memphis Wins C-USA Men's Basketball Championship
MBK CH Game 10 Highlights USM-Memphis
MBK Champ Game 10 Postgame Pressor
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Host Tulsa Claims 2013 C-USA Women's Basketball Championship With 75-66 Win Over UCF
WBK Champ Game 11 Postgame Pressor

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Memphis Tigers win third straight C-USA title in double OT against Southern Miss
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Geoff Calkins: Pastner's positive thinking keeps Memphis Tigers charged up
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Numbers Game: University of Memphis diverse, dangerous heading into Big Dance

From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger
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Southern Miss comes up short of C-USA title, bid
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Southern Miss coach Tyndall makes case for bid
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Davis-led Central Arkansas deals Southern Miss 5th straight loss

USM falls in double OT
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Tulsa World
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Memphis wins C-USA title with OT win over Southern Miss
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TU women win Conference USA Tournament title
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College Basketball Invitational a possibility for Tulsa men's team
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TU hoping for CBI bid on Sunday

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd feels frustration
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Central Michigan beats Herd again

Tulane baseball team atones Friday night's loss with a 2-1 victory over UTSA on Saturday
New Orleans Times Picayune

March 16, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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C-USA Men's Basketball Championship
  Southern Miss will make its first C-USA Title game trip and face Memphis, playing in the championship game for the eighth time in nine years.
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W-Basketball Final Set

Memphis Tigers, Crawford give all for teammate D.J. Stephens in 85-74 win over Tulsa
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Tulsa falls to Memphis in C-USA semifinal
Tulsa World

Shout it out loud- Southern Miss in C-USA title game
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd baseball team falls twice to Cent. Michigan
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Chuck Landon- Herrion working on lack of WV talent
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Rick McCann- Martin decides to leave Marshall

From the Birmingham News
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UAB, head coach Jerod Haase have higher expectations for the future
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UAB's season ends with quarterfinal loss to Southern Miss

ODU's bullpen falters in loss to Ga. State
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 15, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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C-USA Men's Basketball Championship
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W-Basketball Quarterfinals Tip 11 a.m

Southern Miss soars into C-USA semifinals with win over UAB
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

UAB's season ends with quarterfinal loss to Southern Miss
Birmingham News

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP men's basketball- Miners plan to attack So. Miss
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UTEP men's basketball- Miners' effort guides men over Houston

From the Houston Chronicle
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Houston ousted from C-USA tournament by UTEP
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Season might not be over as UH explores postseason options

Memphis Tigers move on to semifinals vs. Tulsa after 81-68 win over Tulane
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane men's hoops loses to Memphis in C-USA tourney, 81-68
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Tulane baseball hitters hoping to turn it on this weekend vs. UTSA

Rick McCann- Marshall team takes long road home
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Vicious hits ensue in Hurricane football practice
Tulsa World

From the Charlotte Observer
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49ers stun Richmond at A-10 tourney
Controversial finish

March 14, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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C-USA Men's Basketball Championship
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W-Basketball Wraps Up Day 1

From the Tulsa World
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Tulsa basketball on a March mission
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Tulsa hopes to go from C-USA to the NCAA
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Memphis will be tough foe in C-USA tournament
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Conference USA Men's Tournament notebook- Ex-Texas Tech coach Billy Gillispie taking in tournament games

From the Birmingham News
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Conference USA Tournament Preview- Day 2
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Following win over SMU, UAB's attention now focused to Southern Miss
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UAB survives and advances in close first-round win over SMU

SMU knocked out of Conference USA Tournament in final seconds; 'It was a typical loss for SMU'
Dallas Morning News

Double billing: C-USA's top honors go to Pastner, Jackson
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH men oust Rice in C-USA tourney
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Rice men’s basketball heading to Canada for summer tour
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Video- See UH catcher Caleb Barker’s amazing catch
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Video- Final game for UH star Landry

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane men's basketball team wins thrilling C-USA Tourney opener
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Tulane baseball finally gets clutch hitting in 3-2 extra-inning win

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Tulane knocks out Marshall
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Kane may have played last game for Herd
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NFL scouts visit Marshall

Southern Miss used to must-win scenarios
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Eagles aim to keep 'edge'
Hattiesburg American

Change, excitement abound as UCF opens spring practice
Orlando Sentinel

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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Babcock- ‘UC would like to host conference tourney’
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UC to scrimmage at Paul Brown Stadium
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Judge rejects request to delay trial involving Tuberville

Blaine Taylor speaks for first time since ODU dismissal
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

March 13, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
C-USA Men's Basketball Specialty Awards Announced
C-USA Basketball Student-Athletes in the Community

From the Tulsa World
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Conference USA realignment a puzzling mess
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TU's Scottie Haralson has 'satisfying' senior year
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Conference USA men's basketball tournament team previews
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Three storylines for the C-USA men's tournament
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2013 Conference USA Basketball Championships- Practice schedules, tickets, shuttles information
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Three storylines- Conference USA women's tournament

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF AD says Big East refugees have not discussed revenue split
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UCF 2013 football schedule set, Knights to host USF on Black Friday
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UCF spring football preview- Five things to watch

From the Birmingham News
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UAB brings out the bats, snaps Troy's 5-game winning streak
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UAB will pay Hoover $3,200 to hold game against Alabama at Hoover Met
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UAB arrives in Tulsa; Blazers are familiar with first-round opponent (with video)
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UAB must win four games in Conference USA Tournament, but can't look ahead

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Pittman can make Herd go far in tournament
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Herd opens vs. Tulane

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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University of Memphis basketball managers revel in behind-the-scenes dirty work
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Tigers dreamed of deep C-USA tourney run

Nichols- Despite rocky season, Larry Brown's goal remains getting SMU over the top
Dallas Morning News

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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Big East Conference Tournament preview
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‘We’re somewhat close to being a decent football team’

Belk Bowl interested in rotating conference ties
  The Belk Bowl’s contracts with the ACC and Big East expire at the end of next season.
Charlotte Observer

March 12, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
C-USA Men's Basketball All-Conference
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March 11 Men's Basketball Players of the Week
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March 11 Baseball Players of the Week
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C-USA Women's Basketball Specialty Awards

2013 Conference USA basketball championships
Tulsa World

Tigers jump three spots in coaches poll; five spots in AP poll
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Basketball coming easier for UAB's Alexander Scotland-Williamson
Birmingham News

Minutes add up for Kane
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Predawn, offseason workouts sharpen Monarchs players
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 11, 2013

All-C-USA Women's First Team
conferenceusa.com

From the Tulsa World
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C-USA's promise unfulfilled
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Support of C-USA Tournament would help prove Tulsa capable of hosting NCAA Tournament again
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Tulsa men's basketball update

Pastner, Memphis Tigers take time out to celebrate
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Is Garrett Gilbert the biggest question mark for Big East-bound SMU in 2013?
Dallas Morning News

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane freshman Tim Yandel's game-winning hit propels Tulane past High Point, 11-10
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Tulane men's basketball loses heartbreaker to Houston, 96-94, to close regular season

All-Conference USA picks, preseason predictions and a bit of tourney history
Charleston
Gazette

Marshall basketball- Herd ready for a fresh start
Charleston
Daily Mail

From the Charlotte Observer
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49ers to play noon Thursday in A-10 tourney
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Fatigue factors into Charlotte loss

UAB will be the No. 7 seed in Conference USA Tournament and open with SMU
Birmingham News

Louisiana-Lafayette rips error-prone Southern Miss
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Smooth-talking Tuberville winning PR game
Cincinnati Enquirer

Big East mulls putting new name to social media
CBS Sports

March 10, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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2013 Men's Basketball Championship Pairings
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2013 Women's Conference USA Championship Bracket Set
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W-Basketball Coaches Championship Quotes
-
March 9 C-USA Women's Basketball

From the Tulsa World
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TU holds on for 77-71 win at Rice and opens C-USA on Thursday
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TU holds on for 77-71 win at Rice
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Hurricane opens spring practice with 'really physical' scrimmage

From the Birmingham News
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D.J. Stephens again a hero as Memphis Tigers finish 16-0 C-USA season
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C-USA Men's Basketball Tournament Pairings
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Big fifth inning boosts Memphis Tigers to 7-4 baseball win

From the Birmingham News
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UAB will be the No. 7 seed in Conference USA Tournament and open with SMU
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UAB rallies to split doubleheader at Arkansas State

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane men's basketball loses heartbreaker to Houston, 96-94, to close regular season
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Ed Conroy talks about key plays and the sting of the Houston loss
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Tulane baseball team loses to High Point, 4-2, on Saturday

Rice draws Houston in first round of C-USA men’s hoops tournament
Houston Chronicle

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF's season ends with 70-62 loss at Southern Miss
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New football uniforms help mark new era at UCF | Photos

'Gritty, scrappy' Southern Miss bounces back to beat UCF
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Biloxi Sun Herald
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USM ends regular-season on good note
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ULL routs Golden Eagles in baseball

UTEP men's basketball- Miners beat SMU in regular-season finale
El Paso Times

Chuck Landon- Holliday's staff hit with high turnover
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Henry's double-double leads 49ers past Saint Joseph's
Charlotte Observer

March 9, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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March 8 C-USA W-Basketball Recap
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2013 C-USA Men's Basketball All-Acade
Talking C-USA Basketball

From the Hartford Courant
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Big East Breakup Finally Official- Basketball Schools Move On
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Where Will UConn Play Future Postseason Tournaments?
-
Big East Breakup Q & A- Impact On UConn

Big East breakup official
Philly.com

Big East completes football-basketball breakup
Boston.com

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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Doc- UC needs to get out of 'America 12'
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Babcock- ‘It’s time to move on’
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Big East split is official

From the Houston Chronicle
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Big East, Catholic 7 schools announce separation
-
Jackson leaves Rice with legacy beyond his stats

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane baseball scores winning run after reversed base-running call vs. High Point
-
Curtis Johnson evaluates Tulane's defense with one spring practice left

Nick Montana eager for second D-1 shot at Tulane
Shreveport Times

Golden Eagles snap losing streak
Hattiesburg American

No blaming Seider for going back with WVU
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

O'Leary says Knights have most competitive schedule of his tenure
Orlando Sentinel

UTEP football- New faces on offensive line
El Paso Times

Despite Big East split, SMU remains committed to new league
Dallas Morning News

TU has plenty of motivation for Rice game
Tulsa World

Which 49ers team will finish up?
Charlotte Observer

March 8, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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March 7 W-Basketball Results/Highlights
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C-USA All-Academic W-Basketball Team

Official Big East Breakup Announcement Should Come Friday
Hartford Courant

Big East eyes new league name
ESPN

“America 12 Conference” could be new name for Big East football
Dallas Morning News (blog)

Does the name America 12 excite you?
Tampabay.com (blog)

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane baseball faces new opponent in three-game home set with High Point
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Tulane's new conference reportedly to be called "America 12"

From the Houston Chronicle
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Video- Rice offensive line coach has toe amputation
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UH’s new conference may be called America 12

John Klein- TU sliding headlong into C-USA tournament
Tulsa World

UCF defensive lineman Victor Gray suffers career-ending injury
Orlando Sentinel

Report- Presidents considering 'America 12′ as name for new
NBCSports.com

Memphis Tigers to be in the America 12 Conference?
NBCSports.com

America 12 reportedly favorite to replace Big East name
Orlando Sentinel (blog)

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Furrey hiring official
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Goff had help from sixth man

UTEP spring football- Kugler waits for pads to evaluate
El Paso Times

March 7, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
-
March 6 Men's Basketball Recap
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C-USA Set For NCAA Track

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Chuck Landon- For Herrion, beating So. Miss was in his zone
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Herd sharpened focus

UCF scores 20th win with 74-70 victory at UAB
Orlando Sentinel

Three-point shot dooms UAB in Senior Night loss to UCF
Birmingham News

From the Houston Chronicle
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Houston AD Rhoades- ‘We have some options’ if Reliant unavailable
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Gibson’s senior moment caps Cougars’ win

Memphis football schedule has a homelike feel
Memphis Commercial Appeal

UTEP spring football- Kugler waits for pads to evaluate
El Paso Times

Eagles drop 3rd straight
Hattiesburg American

Big East announces 2013 football schedule
Cincinnati Enquirer

March 6, 2013

March 5 Men's Basketball Recap
conferenceusa.com

From the Tulsa World
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Bill Haisten's Conference USA Insider
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TU marks 15 seasons of the Reynolds Center, which spurred development on campus

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Herd shoots down Eagles
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Marshall seniors put team over top
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Chuck Landon- Why can't Marshall always play like this?
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Herd students get in on 'Harlem Shake'
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Wamsley, one of best hitters ever to wear Marshall green, dies at 71

From the Hattiesburg American
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Marshall smacks Eagles
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USM on the road at South Alabama

From the Houston Chronicle
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Owls have spring in step as practices kick off
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Cougars search for consistency as season closes

UTEP men's basketball- Miners fall in final seconds to No. 25-ranked Memphis
El Paso Times

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Drama high as U of M hangs on against Miners
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Memphis football strength coach flexing his muscle

Tulane baseball shuts out Northwestern State, 3-0
New Orleans Times Picayune

UConn, USF And Cincy Will Reap Big Payouts When Big East Breaks Up
Hartford Courant

Catholic 7 deal may land UC big bucks but
Cincinnati Enquirer

From Philly.com
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Big East, A-10 won't be the same
-
'Nova lucky with conference moves

From the Birmingham News
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UAB offense comes alive in win over St. Joseph's
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UAB guard K.C. Whitaker has another ankle surgery

Remaining Big East schools could receive $100M payout for
Dailyrecord.com

ODU, Corrigan move on after early end to season
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Charlotte 49ers’ slide- Where did season go wrong?
Charlotte Observer

March 5, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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March 4 C-USA Women's Basketball Players of the Week
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March 4 Men's Basketball Players of the Week
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March 4 C-USA Softball Players of the Week
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March 4 Baseball Players of the Week

Report- Catholic 7 will keep Big East name, MSG tournament site
Sportingnews.com

From the Hattiesburg American
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Tyndall- USM 'on the bubble' for NCAA bid
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USM's Davis named Howell Trophy finalist

Golden Eagles travel to Marshall
Biloxi Sun Herald

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Pride on line for Herd vs. So. Miss
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Outgoing players want win
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Bios for Goff, Spikes, Tinnon

From the Birmingham News
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UAB firing Mike Davis is working out for UAB - and Davis
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Quad injury slows UAB linebacker Marvin Burdette at Pro Day

From the Houston Chronicle
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Rice takes tumble in Baseball America Top 25 poll
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UH greats Olajuwon, Drexler, Hayes to be honored Wednesday night

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Report from Tulane's Monday football practice- RB Orleans Darkwa thrills
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Tulane vs. Northwestern State baseball on Tuesday and Wednesday capsule

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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UTEP hopes to slow University of Memphis down for win
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Preview: No. 25 University of Memphis vs. UTEP
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University of Memphis falls to No. 25 in AP poll, No. 20 in coaches poll

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP to take on Memphis tonight
-
UTEP football- Coach Kugler pushes team hard in their 1st practice
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UTEP football camp won't be in Socorro this year

From the Orlando Sentinel
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Penn State's Bill O'Brien credits UCF's George O'Leary for help in first season
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UCF baseball set to host North Florida after weekend sweep
-
What kind of crowd will show up for UCF-Memphis on Saturday?

College Football- TU spring preview
Tulsa World

March 4, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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Mar. 3 Weekend Baseball Roundup
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March 3 C-USA Softball Roundups
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March 3 C-USA W-Basketball Results

Big pay day coming for Big East 3
ajerseyguy.com

UAB baseball swept at Georgia, Blazers host St. Joseph's in midweek series
Birmingham News

SMU's Margus Hunt on blocking kicks, his wolf tattoo, and learning to play football through video games
Dallas Morning News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Memphis Tigers wrap up longest road swing in four seasons under Pastner on Tuesday at UTEP
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Fuente turns up intensity on Memphis Tigers spring practice

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Thundering Herd ready to avenge loss
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Ex-Herd coach Rippon joins staff at Columbia

Long ball sinks Southern Miss against Troy
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Biloxi Sun Herald
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Keep up with USM -- Keeping Score with Patrick Magee
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Watson sets three-point record in USM

From the Houston Chronicle
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It was a weekend to forget for Rice baseball
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Video- UH pitching struggles in loss to California
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Defensive scheme, QB battle on UH spring football watch list

Tulane baseball team misses opportunity to sweep Alabama, loses 12-6
New Orleans Times Picayune

UTEP spring football- Quarterbacks starting season with clean slate
El Paso Times

Future of UC, U of L rivalry unknown
Cincinnati Enquirer

March 3, 2013

From conferenceusa.com
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March 2 Men's Basketball Recap
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March 2 C-USA Softball Roundups

Southern Miss clinches No. 2 seed in C-USA tourney
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Memphis Tigers clinch outright C-USA title with Josh Pastner's 100th win, 76-67 over UCF
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Memphis football staff returns intact for head coach Justin Fuente

Tulsa rocks Tulane with historic comeback
Tulsa World

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane men's basketball falters in second half at Tulsa, loses 78-66
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Tulane quarterback Nick Montana scores two touchdowns in Saturday's spring game

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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NCAA says Marshall must limit its green
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Marshall routed by Houston, 103-76

From the Hattiesburg American
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Troy rallies to beat Southern Miss, 6-3
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1950s-60s USM hoops team honored

From the Houston Chronicle
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SMU sends Rice to seventh loss in a row
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Thomas, Young pace UH to skid-snapping win over Marshall
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UH turns Baylor's wildness into 15-4 rout

Sentinel Exclusive- UCF coach O'Leary on the verge of signing extension
Orlando Sentinel

UTEP men's basketball- Miners step up game, jet past Rice for key victory
El Paso Times

SMU basketball falls back below .500 after UAB pulls away late
Dallas Morning News

From the Birmingham News
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Rod Rucker double-doubles for 10th time, UAB tops SMU for fourth straight win
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UAB baseball drops second game at Georgia

Sour season ends sweet as ODU stuns Northeastern
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

March 2, 2013

From the Hartford Courant
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No Resolution To Big East Breakup As Meeting Ends
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Jeff Jacobs- Big East's Breakup Not The End Of The World For UConn
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Name The New Conference! Weigh In With Your Suggestion Here
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The Big East- What Does The Future Hold?

From Philly.com
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Big East pondering details of schism
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'Catholic 7' get Big East name

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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Big East's Aresco- 'Catholic 7' negotiations 'ongoing'
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Tuberville happy with first UC football practice

Sources: Catholic 7 to add 2, keep 'Big East'
ESPN

From conferenceusa.com
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March 1 Men's Basketball Notebook
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March 1 C-USA Softball Roundups

From the Birmingham News
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Blazer Hoops Buzz- SMU at UAB
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UAB falls big in series opener at Georgia
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UAB confirms changes to future schedules

Chuck Landon- UAB gave blueprint to Marshall opponents
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

From the Tulsa World
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Athletic director opening at TU attracts more than 200 applicants
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John E. Hoover- Strong finish to season would boost TU and Danny Manning

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Five things to watch in Tulane football's spring game Saturday
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Tulane guard Ben Cherry helping power Tulane down hotly contested final stretch
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Tulane shuts out Alabama, 4-0, in the series opener

UTEP men's basketball- Rice weak, but Miners wary of zone defense
El Paso Times

UCF senior Keith Clanton says he has no regrets as tough season nears end
Orlando Sentinel

Cougars rally in fifth inning to knock off Aggies in College Classic
Houston Chronicle

March 1, 2013

From Conference USA
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Date Changes Announced for 2013 C-USA Football
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Feb. 29 W-Basketball Results/Highlights
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Tulsa's Chris O'Hare Appears In Sports Illustrated

From the Hartford Courant
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Catholic Schools Appear To Be Taking Big East Name With Them
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The Catholic Seven
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Jeff Jacobs- Conference Realignment Is Worse Than Any Storm
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Evolution Of The Big East

From philly.com
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Big East breakup nearly complete
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Four A-10 teams to join new Big East

Big East breakup picks up speed
WHNS Greenville (AP)

What's in a Name?- New name ideas for old Big East
Memphisport

From the Huntington Herald Dispatch
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Marshall schedule shifts for television
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MU's Tinnon to enjoy basketball reunion

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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Reports: Catholic schools to leave immediately, take Big East name with them
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Tigers coach Josh Pastner turns up the intensity in preparation for Central Florida on Saturday

From the Orlando Sentinel
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Reports- Catholic Seven set to depart in 2013, take Big East name with them
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UCF to use lessons from loss in rematch with No. 19 Memphis

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane vs. Alabama baseball series preview capsule
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Recruiting Corner- Tulane coaches talk about hitting the trail

It’s all about consistency for UH pitcher Pruitt
Houston Chronicle

Jordan Swing playing at a high level for UAB, winners of three straight
al.com

From the Hattiesburg American
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USM's arms face Troy's bats
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Monken axes two Eagles

Two SMU football assistant coaches are leaving
Dallas Morning News

TU moves two football games to Thursdays for TV
Tulsa World

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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UC, Xavier react to possible Big East split
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Practice begins for Tuberville's Bearcats

Monarchs close home slate in defeat
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

49ers get record 12th straight win
Charlotte Observer

Marshall-MTSU game moved to Oct. 24
Murfreesboro (TN) Daily News-Journal