Greg Vacek's Daily Web Roundup

Headlines from East Carolina, the American Athletic Conference, and Beyond

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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region/National

American Athletic Conference

June 30, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

Winning pedigree guides Godwin
Greenville Daily Reflector

New conference, good fit for Pirates
New Bern Sun Journal

Mike Aresco PC Quotes, Part Two
scout.com

Getting to know your prospects- Shawn Armstrong
Fox Sports

Former Gryphon J'Kyra Brown transfers to Virginia
Rocky Mount Telegram

June 29, 2014

From Bonesville.net
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Recruiting thumbnail- WR Justin Strozier
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

New coach Godwin looks to bring LeClair’s spirit, success, back to ECU baseball
Wilmington Star-News

Cliff Godwin Lands His Dream Job (Video)
Greenville Headlines

2014 East Carolina Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players 
College Football News

Lackluster non-conference dates loom
Henderson Dispatch

Miami Dolphins 2014 Training Camp Profile- Derrell Johnson
Rant Sports

June 28, 2014

Tynita Butts to Compete at USATF Outdoor National Championships
ecupirates.com

Godwin's Recruiting Plan
WNCT 9

Pirates Welcome Change During Summer Workouts
scout.com

Woodland's Justin Strozier commits to East Carolina, wants an even better 2014 season
Henry (GA) Herald

A coach's Marine mentality
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

ECU Med School Funding at Stake in Budget Standoff
Greenville Headlines

June 27, 2014

From Bonesville.net
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Godwin arrives where he began
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

ECU Baseball Introduces New Head Coach Cliff Godwin
ecupirates.com

From the East Carolinian
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Club fishing seeks wildcard berth in Ala
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New leaders on defense
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Torbett looks on to future

Godwin meets press, Pirate fans
Greenville Daily Reflector

Ex-UNCW assistant Godwin named ECU baseball coach
Wilmington Star-News

ECU welcomes back Cliff Godwin with open arms
WNCT 9

Former Sharks head coach & former UNCW assistant, Cliff Godwin, named ECU head coach
WWAY 3

ECU Makes Godwin Announcement Official
Greenville Headlines

June 26, 2014

From ecupirates.com
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Cliff Godwin Named Head Baseball Coach At East Carolina
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What Others Are Saying About Cliff Godwin

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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A new Godwin era (sub req'd)
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ECU hires new baseball coach

ECU trading one Godwin for another in its baseball dugout
Wilmington Star-News

From Greenville Headlines
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ECU Makes Godwin Announcement Official
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AAC Commissioner Says ECU Great Asset For League

Pirates hire Godwin as baseball coach
Raleigh News & Observer

East Carolina hires Cliff Godwin as baseball coach
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

East Carolina hires Rebs' Godwin as baseball coach
WTVA

ECU hires Cliff Godwin as new baseball coach
WNCT 9

UPDATE- ECU Hires Cliff Godwin As New Head Baseball Coach
WITN 7

Cliff Godwin named ECU head baseball coach
Washington Daily News

Cliff Godwin Named ECU's Baseball Coach
scout.com

Godwin Named Baseball Coach
rivals.com

June 25, 2014

From Bonesville.net
Bonesville audio- Mike Aresco presser
WTIB audio- TOT (Mike Aresco)
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

American Conference Commissioner Aresco Visits East Carolina
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Reports- ECU to hire Cliff Godwin
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Aresco expects ECU to blossom

Pirates Expected To Hire Cliff Godwin As New Baseball Coach
WITN 7

From WNCT 9
ECU hires Cliff Godwin as new baseball coach
American Conference Commissioner Aresco visits East Carolina

ECU Set To Announce Cliff Godwin Baseball Coach
Greenville Headlines

ECU finally finds its conference love connection with membership in AAC
Wilmington Star News

ECU football team ready for attention that joining AAC will bring
Raleigh News & Observer

From 247 Sports
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ECU to hire Cliff Godwin
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Aresco "thrilled" to welcome ECU into The American

Aresco Ushers ECU into AAC
rivals.com

East Carolina- Aresco welcomes Pirates into new conference
New Bern Sun Journal

Mike Aresco PC Quotes, Part One
scout.com

Vonta Leach, Xavier Nixon on different NFL career paths
Fayetteville Observer

June 24, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

American Athletic Conference Commissioner Mike Aresco stopped by to talk about ECU officially joining the AAC next Tuesday on "Live @ Five".
Pirate Radio 1250

O'Bannon Trial- Conference USA an example of how the other half
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Johnson Recaps ECU Pledge
rivals.com

Teaching towards the future
The Robesonian

Fast Facts About CJ Wilson
Raiders.com

ECU saving money due to struggling construction industry
WNCT 9

June 23, 2014

Aresco expects young conference to excel
Greenville Daily Reflector

NFL players coming to region for Jimmy Raye Youth Foundation football camp Tuesday
Fayetteville Observer

Indianapolis topples Tides 5-4 in 12 innings
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

June 22, 2014

From Bonesville.net
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Recruiting thumbnails- OL Darius Anderson, OL Victor Johnson
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

N&O male athlete of the year- Marquavious Johnson running down his goals
Raleigh News & Observer

College baseball- Former South standout Eric Tyler thrown into fire
Salisbury Post

Pros give back
Washington Daily News

Who Will Be the Next ECU Baseball Coach?
Greenville Headlines (Repost from 6/10)

Cam Gallagher finds success as catcher in Royals organization
Lancaster Newspapers

June 21, 2014

American Athletic 2014 All-Conference Team
athlonsports.com

Pirates land first 2015 offensive lineman
247 Sports

Pros break down autograph ritual
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

An open letter to East Carolina football fans
SportzEdge.com

Sharing the secret of the World Cup
Charlotte Observer

NC Ready To Become Quarterback Factory?
Old North Banter

June 20, 2014

From ecupirates.com
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Kickoff Time For ECU's Season Opener Set For 8-00 p.m
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Butts Named C-USA Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year

Kickoff time for ECU's season opener set for 8 p.m
WNCT 9

ECU under construction
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

Falcons waive quarterback Dominique Davis
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Falcons waive No. 2 QB Dominique Davis - Yahoo Sports
Yahoo Sports

Giants sign pair of ex-Vikings - Steven Baker waived
NBCSports.com

June 19, 2014

East Carolina: 2014's UCF Knights?
scout.com

All-star start for Reinheimer
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

Falcons' wide-open backup-QB race could spill into August
FOXSports.com

What bitcoin and college football have in common
MarketWatch (blog)

ECU Defensive Coordinator, Rick Smith joined the guys in the studio to talk football on "Live @ Five".
Pirate Radio 1250

June 18, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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Track & Field- Looking Back at a Successful Season
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ECU's Joran Vliegen Receives C-USA Postgraduate Scholarship

South Carolina opponent preview- Pirates led by senior quarterback, potent offense
Charleston (SC) Post & Courier

From the East Carolinian
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Pirates ready for AAC jump
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Pirates finish season strong
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Richmond works out in Houston

ECU Strength & Conditioning Coach, Jeff Connors talked about attending the Marine Corps Executive Forum on "Live @ Five".
Pirate Radio 1250

The Kareem Orr Watch is On
rivals.com

ECU Track and Field- Looking back at a successful season
Washington Daily News

Syracuse moves to 5-3 win over Tides
  Former East Carolina star Mike Wright walked three and struck out three.
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Gamecocks stick with football scheduling formula, weigh neutral site
GoGamecocks

June 17, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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Brandt Tosses Scoreless Inning In FSL All-Star Game
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East Carolina Soccer Releases 2014 Schedule

Butts caps stellar season for ECU
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

More neutral-site games may be in Gamecocks future
The Times and Democrat

College notebook- Duke-UConn men's basketball set; ECU lists soccer schedule
Raleigh News & Observer

June 16, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

Pirates offer 2016 in-state PG
247 Sports

On Campus: Ballard- Medical school critical
Greenville Daily Reflector

June 15, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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Tynita Butts Finishes Second at NCAA Outdoor Championships
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Avion Jones Places Ninth at NCAA Outdoor Championships

June 14, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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Avion Jones Places Ninth at NCAA Outdoor Championships
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Macy Names Eshe Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

June 13, 2014

From Bonesville.net
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McCants could open door for Lebo
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

From ecupirates.com
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Three Pirates Turn in Solid Efforts on Day Two of Nationals
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Connors Nominated to Attend Marine Corps Executive Forum

ECU football- Pirates ready for new challenge in AAC
Raleigh News & Observer

June 12, 2014

From ecupirates.com
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Ryan Williams Garners NCBWA Third-Team All-America Honors
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Murphy Earns Conference USA Spirit Of Service Award
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Relay Teams Unable to Advance on Day One at Nationals

ECU pitcher opts to go pro
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

June 11, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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Akeem Richmond Has Pre-Draft Workout With Houston Rockets
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Curt Kraft Named USTFCCCA Southeast Region Coach of the Year
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Track & Field Set for NCAA Outdoor National Championships

Who Will Be the Next ECU Baseball Coach?
Greenville Headlines

Pirate Track Heads to NCAA's
WNCT 9

Former Kerr-Vance standout signs with Diamondbacks
Henderson Daily Dispatch

Parks continues to favor Clemson
Columbia (SC) State

June 10, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

Akron native Harold Varner III hopes golf career leads to meeting with LeBron James
Akron Beacon Journal

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Pirates get most out of transfers
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Budget proposals concern ECU officials (sub req'd)

Curt Kraft Named USTFCCCA Southeast Region Coach Of The Year
WITN 7

Brady, Buena beat Bernards in Group II final
MyCentralJersey.com

A historical look at the uniform numbers for the new Patriots: #16, Reese Wiggins
patfans.com

June 9, 2014

From Bonesville.net
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Taz is the man with the hands
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

Diamond decisions
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

Evolution of amateurism impacts college arms race
Akron Legal News

Predicting Every Projected Top 25 Team's First Loss of 2014
Bleacher Report

High school baseball- Historic moment
Vineland Daily Journal

Hansley named MVP of 3A State Championship
Port City Daily

Preps Spotlight- NC State star Carlos Rodon visits Hope Mills
Fayetteville Observer

June 8, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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Bolton Selected in 33rd Round By Arizona Diamondbacks
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Houchins Selected In 13th Round By Los Angeles Angels

From Greenville Headlines
Lebo Excited About Move to New Conference (Video)
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Two More Pirates Taken in Major League Draft

From the Beach Carolina Magazine
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Tyler Bolton Selected in 33rd Round By Arizona Diamondbacks
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Morehead City Marlins ninth inning rally falls short in loss to Pilots

Harris Returns To Greenville For Camp
WITN 7

Coaching Search Primer
scout.com

John Jacobs' 'Eventful' Week Highlighted by Invite to Team USA
Bleacher Report

Buena grabs first state title
philly.com

Neville to join Pirates
Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald

June 7, 2014

Williams Selected In 10th Round By Chicago Cubs
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Macy, Pirates prep for AAC (sub req'd)
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Cubs pick ECU's Williams

Williams Selected In 10th Round By Chicago Cubs
Greenville Headlines

June 6, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

Hoffman Selected Ninth Overall By Toronto Blue Jays
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Hoffman makes ECU history (sub req'd)
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New-look Minges unveiled
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Okla. star visits East Carolina (sub req'd)

MLB draft- Blue Jays select RHP Jeff Hoffman and catcher Max Pentecost
Toronto Star

UPDATE- Hoffman Talks About ECU After Being Drafted
WITN 7

Blue Jays select ECU's Hoffman with 9th pick in 1st round in MLB draft
WNCT 9

Hoffman Makes ECU History
scout.com

Hoffman selected ninth overall
247 Sports

First Rounder
rivals.com

Hoffman Picked Ninth By Blue Jays in Baseball Draft
Greenville Headlines

Toronto makes Hoffman ninth pick
Albany Times Union

Jays nab injured pitcher Hoffman, catcher Pentecost in draft
Lindys Sports Annuals

Toronto Blue Jays- A Quick Look at the Team's 1st-Round Draft Picks
Bleacher Report

Wolfpack pulls the plug on 'Our State' campaign
 
Moments after its 42-28 drubbing of the Wolfpack on Nov. 23, in front of mostly visiting purple-clad fans in Raleigh, ECU fans had a billboard up in Wake Forest with the final score and the words: "ARRRRR State."
Raleigh News & Observer

June 5, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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John Wooten Named To Sally League All-Star Squad
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Polonius Named to Big South Conference All-Decade Softball Team

Hoffman May Become Highest Draft Pick in ECU History
Greenville Headlines

High expectations for Hoffman
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

Jeff Hoffman Will End Up Being One of the Best Players in 2014
Bleacher Report

N.C. State's Carlos Rodon a prime catch near top of MLB draft
Fayetteville Observer

Peter Gammons shares 9 things to know before the 2014 MLB Draft
USA Today

Draft gold there for the taking starting tonight- Cleveland Indians
Cleveland Plain Dealer

Texas Rangers face variety of options in MLB draft
Fort Worth Star Telegram

South Carolina wide receiver Jody Fuller has been given his release
247 Sports

Jody Fuller- Former 4-star WR Fuller leaves South Carolina
Rotoworld.com

June 4, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

ECU Announces 2014-15 Pirate Cheerleaders
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)
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Ballard talks baseball
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Pirate duo eyeing the majors

Dismissal of ECU baseball coach a no-brainer … is search for replacement one, too?
Wilmington Star-News

Coaching Search Primer
scout.com

From the East Carolinian
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Godwin will not return as ECU baseball coach
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New AAC Format in 2015
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Minges revamped
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Top-tier quarterback chooses ECU

Exclusive- Billy Godwin talks to 9 On Your Side about departure
WNCT 9

ECU Chancellor Addresses Sports Club
Greenville Headlines

Godwin’s contract not renewed
Washington Daily News

Live@Five Guests: Tony Collins, Dr. Steve Ballard
Pirate Radio 1250

June 3, 2014

Spied from the Crow's Nest
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
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ECU Head Baseball Coach Billy Godwin's Contract Not Renewed
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ECU Athletics To Hold MLB Draft Watch Party
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Pirate Women's Hoops Adds Gray To 2014 Signing Class
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10 Pirates Head to the NCAA Outdoor Championships

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Godwin era ends
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Players reflect on Godwin's tenure (sub req'd)
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Pirates sending 10 to NCAA meet

East Carolina sacks baseball coach Billy Godwin
Fayetteville Observer

ECU parts ways with baseball coach Billy Godwin
Wilmington Star-News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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ECU fires baseball coach after 9 seasons
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Injured ECU pitcher awaits MLB draft

ECU fires Godwin as baseball coach
Winston Salem Journal

Billy Godwin Out As ECU Head Baseball Coach
WITN 7

Billy Godwin not returning as ECU head baseball coach
WNCT 9

ECU, baseball coach Billy Godwin part ways
WRAL

East Carolina fires baseball coach after 9 seasons
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

ECU Head Baseball Coach Billy Godwin’s Contract Not Renewed
Greenville Headlines

Godwin Will Not Return
rivals.com

Godwin's contract not renewed
247 Sports

ECU Will Not Renew Godwin's Contract
scout.com

June 2, 2014

From Bonesville.net
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Linebacker Thomas primed for impact
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Recruiting- Updated thumbnail sketches
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Spied from the Crow's Nest

Shane Carden Makes East Carolina Pirates an AAC Contender in 2014
Rant Sports

June 1, 2014

10 Pirates Head to the NCAA Outdoor Championships
ecupirates.com

A Future Barely Dimmed by Elbow Surgery
New York Times

ECU Placed in East Division of AAC
Greenville Headlines

Pirates discuss NFL tryout process
Greenville Daily Reflector (sub req'd)

June 30, 2014

Moving Day Ahead- Appalachian will complete move to FBS on Tuesday
Winston Salem Journal

From the Charlotte Observer
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Davidson to A-10- ‘This is a big-league leap’
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Southern Conference regroups as powers depart
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Has conference realignment at last reached a lull?
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US World Cup players buoyed by large audience
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U.S. - Belgium- No second chances now
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US plays Belgium for place in World Cup quarters
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5 things to know about Belgium ahead of US clash
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Dutch, Costa Ricans advance to quarterfinal match

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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NC State freshman Caleb Martin undergoes foot surgery
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Former Auburn star Lutzenkirchen killed in car crash
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At a glance- Last 10 years of FBS realignment
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At a glance- Latest wave of conference realignment

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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Upton powers Braves to sweep
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Clemson opponent preview No. 10- Georgia Tech has been a rude host, but Clemson now a road warrior
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Clemson opponent preview No. 9- Who's afraid of the dark- Not Tigers on Thursday

New quarterback eager to lead N.C. State
Greensboro News-Record

June 29, 2014

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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DeCock- Second-generation Wesley a Tar Heel hockey trailblazer
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With draft complete, Carolina Hurricanes GM Ron Francis turns focus to free agency
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Liberty Bowl moving up to Dec. 29 this season
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Duke baseball loses Chris Marconcini to Florida State
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Latest Slam loss for Williams comes at Wimbledon
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TJ Warren a perfect fit for high-scoring Suns
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Saved by the woodwork, Brazil lives another day

From the Charlotte Observer
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World Cup- Bold moves, and some minor ones, propel U.S
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Free agency- Hornets, armed with cap space, hope to score big
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Panthers' Thomas Davis would retire rather than play elsewhere
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Mistake-free run gives Keselowski win at Kentucky

From the College Football News
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2014 NC State Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players 
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2014 Wake Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players  
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2014 Duke Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players 
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2014 North Carolina Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players
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2014 Virginia Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players
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2014 Virginia Tech Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players

Louisville's arrival likely to bring welcome stability to ACC
Hampton Roads Daily Press

College recruiting- Next promise could be paycheck
Baton Rouge Advocate

For Cajuns, conference alignment a matter of timing
The Advertiser

Week 3 in college football- Rivalry games for MU, WVU
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

June 28, 2014

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Canes draft defenseman Haydn Fleury in first round
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DeCock- In face of NHL inactivity, Canes' pick offers reason for optimism
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P.J. Hairston convinces Hornets he has owned up to his mistakes
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Nadal battles back on a rainy day at Wimbledon
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Phils announcer catches HR ball during broadcast
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Team of the World Cup after the group stage
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Soccer gets boost in US from young, informed fans
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Belgium- One team, divided nation

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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College of Charleston baseball coach Monte Lee faced with tough decisions
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College of Charleston baseball ends season nationally-ranked
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South Carolina opponent preview- Florida trying to bounce back from worst season in three decades
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South Carolina finishes ahead of Clemson in Learfield Sports Director's Cup standings


USA Today

June 27, 2014

From the Charlotte Observer
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Hornets draft Vonleh No. 9, trade for Hairston
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Wiggins, Parker lead off NBA draft
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Sorensen- Hairston a natural on court
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PJ Hairston lands in Charlotte
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Hornets fans pleased with draft
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Hornets' new court design features honeycomb pattern
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Panthers' Cam Newton a model for new generation of QBs
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US advances to World Cup's 2nd round despite loss
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Five questions for Herschel Walker

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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NBA draft- ACC Triangle teams have it covered
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Carolina Hurricanes- Ron Francis takes charge of Canes’ draft
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US ready to take on Belgium in World Cup

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Greensboro native Hairston headed to Charlotte
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FIFA bans Suarez for 4 months for biting opponent

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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South Carolina opponent preview- Tennessee hoping to climb out of historical rut
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South Carolina establishes Marcus Lattimore scholarship

Will U.Va. baseball climb final step to a national championship?
Hampton Roads Daily Press

June 26, 2014

Virginia falls short in CWS championship game
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Richmond Times Dispatch
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Virginia season not a disappointment
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With U.S. fans stuck at work, today could be a streaming milestone

From the Winston Salem Journal
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World Cup- U.S. coach, players have deep ties with German team
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NBA Draft set for Thursday

From the Charlotte Observer
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Draft loaded with Hornets' biggest need- Shooters
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Hornets’ best draft option at No. 9- Trade down
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Hairston, Hornets looking for right match
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Panthers unveil first round of stadium renovations

Will Jabari Parker go No. 1 in NBA draft?
Fayetteville Observer

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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College of Charleston's Monte Lee signs new deal to remain Cougars' baseball coach
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Gamecocks approaching sellout of 2014 season ticket allotment
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South Carolina opponent preview- Gamecocks' trip to Auburn could have SEC, national implications
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South Carolina, Clemson neutral-site baseball game staying in Greenville through 2018

2014 CFN Preview - Virginia Tech Hokies 
College Football News

June 25, 2014

Virginia defeats Vanderbilt to force decisive Game 3 in CWS finals
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Virginia repels Vanderbilt 7-2 in Game 2 of College World Series finals
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Time for Daniel Snyder to change Redskins name

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Carolina RailHawks top LA Galaxy 1-0 in OT
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Playing RailHawks in Cary a 'different' soccer experience for Landon Donovan
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Hurricanes re-sign defenseman Hainsey and forwards Gerbe, Terry
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NC State's basketball court gets a makeover

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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College of Charleston's Monte Lee not going to Arizona State; Sun Devils hire Indiana coach
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Clemson opponent preview No. 7- Golden Eagles on the rise
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South Carolina oppponent preview- Gamecocks get bye week to prepare for ... Furman
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Bobby Cremins honored as Naismith Outstanding Contributor to men's college basketball

From the Charlotte Observer
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Pursuit of LeBron could be Charlotte Hornets’, and city’s, Super Bowl
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LeBron tells Heat he will become free agent
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Panthers confident with young guards Amini Silatolu, Trai Turner
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Hardy trial set for July 15; victim subpoenaed
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NBA draft- Duke’s Rodney Hood, Clemson’s K.J. McDaniels frequent sparring partners
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Soccer's bad boy bites opponent at World Cup

Football- Western Carolina invades Havelock for camp
New Bern Sun Journal


USA Today

June 24, 2014

Schramm- Taking stock of Pinehurst's memorable two weeks
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Pinehurst's back-to-back US Open golf tournaments a triumph
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Orange County DA considers dropping criminal charge in UNC fraud case
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RailHawks look to continue Galaxy dominance
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US-Portugal game scores viewership goal
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Brazil beats Cameroon 4-1, reaches 2nd round
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Mexico beats Croatia 3-1, advances in World Cup
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Former Oilers coach Steve Smith joins Peters' staff as Canes assistant

Virginia rally falls short in first game of CWS championship series
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Will Roy Williams' Successor Come From the Carolina Family?
Keeping It Heel

From the Charlotte Observer
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Wimbledon updates
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Carolina Panthers- Wide receiver Jason Avant ready to prove himself again at 31
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Hornets coach Steve Clifford’s priorities in roster-building- More size and experience
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U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann rejects notion of conspiracy theory with Germany at World Cup

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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College of Charleston baseball coach Monte Lee faced with tough decisions
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South Carolina opponent preview- Kentucky carries 16-game SEC losing streak into fall
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Gamecocks duo A.J. Cann, Mike Davis named preseason All-Americans by Athlon
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South Carolina quarterback Dylan Thompson in 'optimal environment' to improve NFL Draft stock
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Gamecocks' Chad Holbrook already looking ahead with high expectations for next season
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Clemson opponent preview No. 6- Really, how strong are Petrino, Louisville?

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Manning says roster turmoil won't make Deacons alter course
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Instead of resting, U.S. has to regroup
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Wie’s victory could be a watershed moment
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Duke’s AD looking for bigger year

Snoop Dogg sends Texas A&M new Adidas shoes
Houston Chronicle

BYU Media Day- The Cougars are happy with independence, but are ready to join a Power 5 conference
Deseret News

June 23, 2014

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Michelle Wie wins 2014 U.S. Women's Open
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Schramm- Long road from Pine Needles to Pinehurst makes Wie'S U.S. Women's Open sweeter
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Stacy Lewis rallies to second-place finish
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Americans wilt, lose lead in closing seconds of World Cup draw vs. Portugal
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Offside Trap- United States 2, Portugal 2- The aftermath

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Scenarios in Group G of the World Cup
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Carolina Hurricanes schedule released for 2014-15
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NASCAR- Edwards holds off Gordon for 1st road race win
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Earnhardt tries it loose, picks up 3rd

Rested starters give Virginia edge over Vanderbilt in College World Series
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Postseason road takes Virginia coach back home
Hampton Roads Daily Press

June 22, 2014

From the Charlotte Observer
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Michelle Wie falls into tie with Amy Yang at Open
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Hornets assets- Jefferson, Clifford top list
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Hornets put priority on finding outside shooter
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Underdog teams see Sonoma as door to Chase
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Panthers- What we know after minicamp
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World Cup star Clint Dempsey traces path through Furman
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US can clinch advancement with win over Portugal

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Schramm- One more championship ending to be written at Pinehurst
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U.S. Women's Open- What to Watch for Sunday, June 22
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U.S. Women's Open- Tough day for Lexi Thompson adds insult to injury
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U.S. soccer team can make history with victory

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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Virginia defeats Ole Miss to reach CWS championship series
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Cavalier pitching weathers the storm
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CWS notebook- Sborz survives back to back duty

Virginia makes College World Series finals vs. Vanderbilt with 4-1 win against Mississippi
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Vanderbilt outlasts Texas in extra innings to advance at CWS
Houston Chronicle

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Ex-prof in UNC academic scandal due back in court
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Juli Inkster, 53, turns back the clock in Pinehurst at the US Women’s Open
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Canes hire a new coach, but Francis faces more tough decisions on players

June 21, 2014

From the Charlotte Observer
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Wie grabs lead at US Women’s Open
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World Cup of big surprises smiles on Americas
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Panthers linebacker A.J. Klein looks to make more impact
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Gettleman- Panthers ready to tackle unfinished business
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Kenneth Wainstein is ‘in the thick of it’ on UNC academic fraud probe
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Time for Stewart’s summer surge?
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NASCAR- Even midseason, accolades are pouring in for Jimmie Johnson

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Big Ten head paints dire picture of paying players
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Canes’ new coach Bill Peters understands the challenges
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Landon Donovan says he is “sick of losing to” RailHawks, will play Tuesday for the LA Galaxy

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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Virginia-Ole Miss game suspended by weather
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Tobacco use still high in college baseball, off the field

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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USC AD Tanner gets extension, raise
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College football analyst Phil Steele picks Gamecocks No. 10 in preseason countdown
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South Carolina opponent preview- September closes with memorable rematch against Missouri
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Clemson opponent preview No. 5- Finally, a breather after brutal September
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Citadel aims for new AD by August

Big Ten commissioner at O'Bannon trial- 'There is no athlete's share of broadcast rights'
New Orleans Times Picayune

June 20, 2014

Stacy Lewis leads after first round of U.S. Women's Open with score of 67
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Stacy Lewis takes lead at Women’s Open in Pinehurst
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DeCock- In heat of Women’s Open, 11-year-old Lucy Li holds her own
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Canes name Detroit’s Bill Peters as new coach
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Canes to play 7 preseason games
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NCAA president- Pay could destroy college sports
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Duke changes name of dorm that honored Aycock

From the Charlotte Observer
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Charlotte Hornets unveil new uniforms
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Gettleman- Panthers ready to tackle unfinished business
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Panthers notes- Newton a little ‘sluggish’ at practice
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Charlotte as Super Bowl host- City’s leaders hear how Minneapolis did it
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Ex-Panther Steve Smith's peace offering- Donuts
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Altidore won't play for U.S. against Portugal

From the Charlottesville Daily Progress
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Sborz gets the call as UVa tries to secure spot in championship series
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CWS notebook- Bunting abundant in Omaha

Teel Time- Virginia, Vanderbilt on collision course at College World Series
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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Capital One Bowl proves to be profitable for South Carolina Gamecocks
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South Carolina opponent preview- Gamecocks take first road trip of 2014 season to Vanderbilt
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Clemson opponent preview No. 4- No hangover allowed vs. North Carolina

RGIII building bigger presence in D.C
Roanoke Times

June 19, 2014

Schramm- USGA's puzzle- Finding balance between men, women and par
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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US Women's Open set to begin at Pinehurst No. 2 - with some interested observers
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DeCock- Women's golf will never have another chance like this
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US Patent Office finds Redskins' name offensive
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Spain's World Cup reign ended by 2-0 loss to Chile
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Many fans of Mexico at World Cup come from US
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Suarez the target for both Uruguay and England
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Americans' defense does job in win against Ghana
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World Cup stars get creative in celebrating goals
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Some schools in northeastern North Carolina make a deal with Spalding
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NCAA president to take stand in O'Bannon trial

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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NCAA calls South Carolina president Harris Pastides to witness stand in Ed O'Bannon trial
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South Carolina opponent preview- Georgia stands between Gamecocks and SEC East crown
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Clemson opponent preview No. 3- Can Florida State be beaten?

From the Charlotte Observer
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Hornets fans still swarm to old logo
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Panthers WR Underwood fights to beat the odds
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Cho- Hornets will have good draft day
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Sorensen- Hornets need to keep McRoberts
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Pete Rose opens up about baseball career to a crowd at the Duke Mansion

CWS notebook- Déjà vu for Lewicki, Cavaliers
Charlottesville Daily Progress

June 18, 2014

Virginia edges TCU in 15-inning CWS marathon
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Youngsters in 2007, now Creamer, Pressel, Thompson and Wie at the top of their games for U.S. Open
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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At 11, Lucy Li is youngest player in US Women's Open but says she's not nervous
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DeCock- American flag flying high again over women’s golf
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DeCock- Pine Needles will always hold special place in LPGA lore
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Jacobs- Former Wake Forest star Tim Duncan is fundamentally great
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Canes to play 7 preseason games
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Spain playing for World Cup survival vs Chile
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Brazil, Belgium tough day; Russia-Korea draw

Morris- UNC’s alleged academic fraud just the tip of the iceberg
Columbia (SC) State

From the Charlotte Observer
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Kuechly shrugs at his ranking among NFL’s top players
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Newton on pace to be ready for training camp
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Panthers slip and slide around practice field
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Carolina Panthers, Cam Newton make 6-year-old’s wish come true
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Duke-UNC showdown at Hornets workout interrupted by illness
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Charlotte Hornets- Evolution of new uniforms won’t leave you in stitches

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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Falcons' Roddy White still mourning loss of brother killed in Charleston
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Clemson opponent preview- Stoudt glad to see S.C. State again
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Clemson 2014 game preview No. 1- at Georgia, Aug. 30

Defenders of the realm
CBS Sports

June 17, 2014

From the Charlotte Observer
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Dempsey, Brooks give US 2-1 win over Ghana
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Altidore leaves opener after hurting leg
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Nigeria held 0-0 by Iran in World Cup's first draw
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Mueller scores 3, Germany routs Portugal 4-0
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Charlotte Hornets like Syracuse’s Jerami Grant’s size
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Stephen Curry has eye on future NBA championship
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Carolina Panthers adding retired Jordan Gross to radio team

Teel Time- Pitchers figure to rule in U.Va.-TCU College World Series clash
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Waddell takes the mound against home-state TCU
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Women finally have Pinehurst No. 2 to themselves for US Open practice rounds
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LPGA golfers concerned about Pinehurst No. 2 conditions after men's event
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DeCock- Women making most of sneak peak at how Pinehurst plays
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Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, Padres' wizard with a bat, dies at 54
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Spurs could stick around, even if Duncan doesn't
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Miami's Chris Bosh says Heat season was a grind

From the Winston Salem Journal
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One down, one to go for Pinehurst
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Minor-league umpires have no regrets about career choices

College Football Countdown | No. 78: West Virginia
USA Today

South Carolina opponent preview- Aggies preparing for life after Johnny Manziel
Charleston (SC) Post & Courier

June 16, 2014

Martin Kaymer wins 2014 U.S. Open title
Fayetteville Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
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Martin Kaymer cruises to U.S. Open title
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Erik Compton’s story inspired thousands
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Fowler- Kaymer squelches final-day drama
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DeCock- Kaymer beat Pinehurst at its own game
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NASCAR- Michigan no longer the pits for Johnson
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Spurs beat Heat 104-87 in Game 5 to win NBA title
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World Cup- Jozy Altidore in spotlight as US team begins play
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Messi scores and lifts Argentina 2-1 over Bosnia
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France beats Honduras 3-0 at World Cup
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Switzerland beats Ecuador 2-1 at World Cup

Women begin their practice sessions at Pinehurst No. 2
Winston Salem Journal

Papi's day- Virginia takes CWS opener on walk-off winner
Charlottesville Daily Progress

June 15, 2014

From the Charlotte Observer
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US Open- Kaymer struggles but protects lead
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Fowler- Miracle at Pinehurst
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Was Pinehurst No. 2 too easy? Not Saturday
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McDermott & Warren- Same position, different skills
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Panthers DBs have much to prove – again

U.S. Open- What to Watch for Sunday, June 15
Fayetteville Observer

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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NCAA governance issues will have trickle-down effect on smaller Division I conferences, schools
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Pitching-rich U.Va. serious threat to win College World Series

Cavaliers come full circle facing Ole Miss
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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DeCock- US Open a special time for fathers and sons long before Sunday
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Carolina Railhawks top MLS Chivas USA in US Open Cup soccer
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France has a point to prove; Messi set for action
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Iran, Nigeria look to end 16-year winless run
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Costa Rica upsets Uruguay at World Cup
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Balotelli goal gives Italy 2-1 win over England

June 14, 2014

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Martin Kaymer has record six-stroke advantage after two rounds of U.S. Open
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Schramm- Kaymer's round an underappreciated thing of beauty
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Phil Mickelson loses grip on shot at first Open title

From the Charlotte Observer
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US Open- Kaymer needs challenge from field, or it could get boring
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Hornets’ Jordan- Giving Cho more power led to Higgins leaving
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Bonnell- Odd, ill-timed press release
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Michael Jordan is N.C.'s 4th billionaire
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World Cup updates
-
Ex-Panther Steve Smith has seen everything, and very little, change
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Montoya making a NASCAR cameo at Michigan

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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Retained but not extended, Leggett must prove progress
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Jadeveon Clowney undergoes surgery for sports hernia
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Clemson football favored in six of nine 2014 matchups listed by Las Vegas casino

June 13, 2014

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Phil Mickelson shoots even-par 70 in first round of U.S. Open
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Martin Kaymer shoots Pinehurst's lowest U.S. Open round of 65 for first-round lead
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Schramm- New-look Pinehurst No. 2 still roughs up U.S. Open field
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Triple bogey on No. 8 spoils Chad Collins' solid round
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Pinehurst's fifth hole inviting to many, forgettable for a few

From the Charlotte Observer
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US Open- Martin Kaymer pulls away from field
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Hornets can Higgins two weeks before NBA draft
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Spurs take 3-1 lead with 107-86 victory over Heat
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Panthers RB Stewart healthy, looking to contribute
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NASCAR- Has Kurt Busch turned the corner?

CWS notebook- Cavaliers arrive in Omaha
Charlottesville Daily Progress

McCants’ message clouded by self-serving agenda
Wilmington Star News

June 12, 2014

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Practice is over; historic U.S. Open begins Thursday at Pinehurst No. 2
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U.S. Open notebook- Adam Scott looking to change Open luck

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Pinehurst No. 2 is a mystery that awaits US Open
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Back on ESPN, McCants responds to Williams, UNC players
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Rangers beat Kings 2-1, stay alive in Cup finals
-
Brazil aiming to put World Cup focus on the games

World Cup Preview- Capsule Looks At Each Group
Hartford Courant

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Masters champ Watson says he is feeling confident as U.S. Open set to begin
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Newton says his focus is on his ankle, not his contract

From the Charlotte Observer
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Panthers- Newton wants ankle to 100% when he shoulders the load
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Newton says receiving group knows it's projected 'sorriest receivers in the NFL'
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Are Charlotte Hornets, Michigan’s Nik Stauskas an ideal fit?

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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Howard's Rock- One year after vandalism, tradition still lives
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Four changes to Clemson baseball program outlined by Radakovich, Leggett
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Video- Ex-Citadel player Dan McDonnell gets emotional as Louisville makes CWS
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A.J. Cann, Mike Davis headline list of six Gamecocks on Athlon's preseason All-SEC teams

Virginia looks to duplicate super regional confidence in College World Series
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Notebook- CWS trip will be the first for most UVA baseball players
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Why this is no longer "Our State"
N.C. State University Technician Online

June 11, 2014

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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UNC-CH leadership calls for patience after Rashad McCants' allegations
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Three NC retailers to sell gear at U.S. Open
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Payne Stewart remembered with award at Pinehurst No. 2
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Bubba Watson expects US Open golf challenge on Pinehurst No. 2
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2005 US Open golf champ Michael Campbell remains a mystery
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Ex-UCLA star O'Bannon takes stand in antitrust suit against NCAA
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Brazil leader defends World Cup in speech
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The heat will be on, and the US is happy
-
Fashion experts weigh in on World Cup jersey style

AD Cunningham issues statement as UNC circles its wagons around Williams
Wilmington Star-News

Virginia's talented juniors savor their Omaha moment
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Charlotte Observer
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Robot will encourage recycling at 49ers football games
Cam Newton appears in World Cup promo video
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Greg Olsen picks up pizza tab for scouts
-
Clifford- Al Jefferson can help Hornets sign top free agent again

Leonard sets career-high with 29 as Spurs re-take lead in Finals
San Antonio Express News

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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Jadeveon Clowney plans to buy mother 'whatever she wants' after signing $22 million contract
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Holbrook- 'In time, you'll see the Gamecocks back in Omaha'

With 35th arrival at CWS, Texas only mainstay in crowd of new faces
Houston Chronicle

Bad PR week for the NCAA
philly.com

William and Mary, Richmond prove worthiness of FBS-FCS games
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Wilson DE Kareem McDonald commits to Old Dominion
Washington Post

June 10, 2014

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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U.Va. plays like champion in reaching third College World Series in six years
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Virginia cruises past Maryland 11-2, heads to College World Series

Ratcliffe- The dragon has awakened, and it's heading to Omaha
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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Cavaliers punch ticket to College World Series
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Former Texas Tech QB adjusting quickly for Hokies

From the Baton Rouge Advocate
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Rebels get last yell
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Vandy sails on into CWS

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Simpson feels a bond with Pinehurst No. 2
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There's pressure to spare, even for caddies

From the Fayetteville Observer
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Payne Stewart's U.S. Open victory was moment that changed Pinehurst
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Schramm- Pinehurst No. 2 is the same course, but during U.S. Open week it's completely different
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Strelow- Credible or not, Rashad McCants raises questions with claims

UNC Still Holds the Cards in Academic Fraud Scandal
athleticscholarships.net

College football schedules- Florida State ranks No. 1
newsok.com

South Carolina football- (Cautiously) predicting 2014′s wins, losses
Garnet and Cocky

Monster, 754-pound marlin reeled in at Big Rock
Wilmington Star-News

Future looks bright for Cougars after historic season
Charleston (SC) Post & Courier

From the Charlotte Observer
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Panthers’ Jansen earns respect for ‘specialists everywhere’
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Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan hopes to add a superstar this summer
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NCAA reaches $20M video games settlement
-
MLB Draft 2014- Draft picks with ties to the Carolinas

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Quick pushes Kings to brink of Stanley Cup
-
World Cup fans face rough landing in Brazil

June 9, 2014

U.Va. beats Maryland 7-3, evens super regional
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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David Teel: Virginia will try to repeat Game 3 magic of 2011 | Video
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Teel Time- Assessing ACC's latest tax filings and record 2013-14 revenue

Texas Tech blanks College of Charleston, 1-0, to advance to College World Series
Charleston (SC) Post & Courier

Rebels tops Cajuns 5-2, force decisive game with Omaha at stake
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the Charlotte Observer
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Earnhardt Jr. wins second race of the season at Pocono
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U.S. Open preview- Pinehurst No. 2 – golf the way it should be
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Jimmie Johnson thwarted by pit road incident

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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UNC coach Roy Williams offers more complete response to Rashad McCants allegations
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James carries Heat past Spurs to tie NBA Finals
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Adidas and Nike jostle for edge at the World Cup

Chuck McGill- Luck's first four years marked by change, solidifying
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

June 8, 2014

McCants tale's familiar ring- selfishness, chicanery at North Carolina
Sporting News

UNC's McCants- 'Just show up, play'
ESPN

From SI.com
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McCants allegation brings up case NCAA should have already handled
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HAMILTON- After McCants allegations, time for NCAA to find truth at UNC

Roy Williams, current and former UNC players deny McCants' claims
CBS Sports

Berghaus- Don't listen to McCants, watch what he does
Asheville Citizen Times

From the Hartford Courant
-
California Chrome denied win at Belmont Stakes, losing historic bid for Triple Crown
-
Jeff Jacobs- California Chrome Owner Shows Lack Of Horse Sense

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Hole by hole for the US Open
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Johnson is on a roll heading into Pocono
-
Sharapova perseveres in final

Pinehurst Link- U.S. Open Championships site a city to itself
Fayetteville Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
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Mickelson eager for final piece of Grand Slam puzzle
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Carolina Panthers’ DT rotation- Can Star Lotulelei, Kawann Short play well together?
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Kahne struggling to match Hendrick teammate
-
Charlotte Hornets must find more offensive weapons

Virginia baseball's postseason reckoning has arrived, must win 2 in a row
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Cavaliers can't capitalize on key chances in Super Regional setback
Charlottesville Daily Progress

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Spurs try to drop Heat into unfamiliar 2-0 hole
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DeCock- Francis comfortable with slow pace of coaching search
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LA Kings outlast Rangers 5-4 in double OT
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Williams 'shocked' by McCants' interview on UNC academics

June 7, 2014

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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2005 UNC champs relied on suspect classes, records show
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DeCock- War of words between McCants, Williams has historic stakes
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Attorney- Julius Nyang’oro to cooperate with investigation of UNC academic fraud
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Roy Williams denies academic claims by former UNC hoops star Rashad McCants

From the Winston Salem Journal
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UNC football recruit arrested
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Williams denies McCants' UNC academic allegations

Commentary- Enough with the college athletics charade
Greensboro News-Record

Large haul of ACC players selected in MLB draft
Wilmington Star-News

June 6, 2014

From the Fayetteville Observer
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N.C. State's Carlos Rodon taken No. 3 overall in MLB draft; ECU's Jeff Hoffman goes ninth
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Louisiana Tech to hire Campbell baseball coach Greg Goff
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For Gore, Goosen 2005 U.S. Open collapses didn't leave scars

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Wolfpack duo, ECU pitcher go early in MLB draft
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Heading to the US Open in Pinehurst- Have a little fun with what you wear
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Spurs handle Heat, win 110-95 in NBA Finals Game 1

Teel Time- U.Va., Virginia Tech among top 40 nationally in athletics revenue
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Charlotte Observer
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Hugo the Hornet mascot unveiled by the Charlotte Hornets
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Cam Newton’s next contract with Carolina Panthers unlikely to mirror Colin Kaepernick’s new deal

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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South Carolina AD Ray Tanner credits great coaches, fans for financial growth
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Gossett goes second round to Oakland; Clemson top recruit taken in first round by Red Sox
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Gamecocks senior guard A.J. Cann voted 'most underrated' player in SEC
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2012 champ Sharapova awaits Halep in French final

Super Regional notes- Did Virginia learn anything from Mississippi State
Charlottesville Daily Progress

June 5, 2014

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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If Carlos Rodon goes to Marlins, it would be 'story and a half,' father says
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Heading to the US Open in Pinehurst? Have a little fun with what you wear
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Williams puts LA Kings past Rangers in OT opener

From the Charlotte Observer
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Former Tar Heel P.J. Hairston auditions for Charlotte Hornets
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Charlotte Hornets’ Al Jefferson named 3rd-team All-NBA
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Carolina Panthers covet two-TE sets, but Greg Olsen and who?
-
Sterling drops NBA lawsuit, agrees to Clippers sale

VCU, W&M to visit ODU basketball next season
Norfolk Virginian Pilot

Redskins expect big things from defense
Roanoke Times

Stadiums Are Improving, And Hartford Is Up Next
Hartford Courant

June 4, 2014

From the Charlotte Observer
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Panthers’ Cam Newton challenges Richard Sherman to game of Madden
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Compelling Finals have everything but a villain
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Is an NBA team worth $2 billion? It is now
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Charlotte Hornets- Charlottean Ian Miller helps christen new practice court
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ESPN.com names Davidson’s McKillop 24th-best coach
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Chicago Bears sign Armanti Edwards after Hixon injury
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California Chrome on target for Belmont Stakes
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NCAA super regionals will feature surprise teams
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California Chrome defies winning odds
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Winthrop hires Tennessee Tech assistant Kloman

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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Texas two-step for Charleston
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Toughness, unshakable confidence help Terrapins upset Gamecocks at Carolina Stadium

Morris- Fans should lay off Chad Holbrook and Jack Leggett
Columbia (SC) State

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Trea Turner- NC State star overlooked no more
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Jacobs- ACC baseball gravitates toward Durham
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Canes' Rutherford won't comment on Penguins' GM report
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Saban's new deal worth nearly $7 million a year

Attitude, persistence keep Secrest hopeful for baseball future
Wilmington Star-News

Bennett inks new seven-year deal
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Pinehurst Link- Top players practice on No. 2 before U.S. Open
Fayetteville Observer

June 3, 2014

From the Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
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College of Charleston dumps Dirtbags, will face Texas Tech in super regional
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Charleston submits bid to host
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'Good is not good enough'
Holbrook vows to do better after losing in regional

-
Ten South Carolina football newcomers attend classes on first day of summer semester
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Gamecocks picked to meet Alabama in SEC championship by league sports information directors

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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UNC falls, eliminated from NCAA tournament
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Another $15 UNC team
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Ogilvie, Blaum of Duke, Wilson of UNC qualify for U.S. Open
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Pinehurst adds 9th golf course to lineup

From the Charlotte Observer
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Bryan to transfer from Charlotte 49ers’ basketball team
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Spurs’ nightmare is a dream rematch
-
California Chrome defies winning odds

June 2, 2014

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Gamecocks end Campbell’s special season
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Mother Nature gives North Carolina another day in Gainesville Regional
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NC State’s Carlos Rodon- Triangle's latest baseball prodigy
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US Open qualifying- Area golfers vie for spots
-
Kings advance to Stanley Cup finals vs Rangers

Johnson builds track on record with 9th Dover win
Winston Salem Journal

From the Charlotte Observer
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Johnson wins at Dover, maintains momentum
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NASCAR- Chunk of concrete halts Dover action
-
Charlotte woman, 91, sets marathon record in San Diego
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Federer loses to Gulbis in French Open's 4th round

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Morris- Promising season fell apart for USC baseball team
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Season over- Terrapins topple Gamecocks 10-1

AD Dan Radakovich to discuss future with Jack Leggett, promises Clemson baseball
Charleston (SC) Post & Courier

In just six years, ODU is playing with the big boys
College Football News

SEC announces $20.9 million average payout per school
CBS Sports

Proposed $40 million settlement would pay NCAA players for likenesses in videogames
New Orleans Times Picayune

June 1, 2014

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Tar Heels get past rain, Gators, 5-2 in NCAA baseball regional
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Campbell Camels defeat Old Dominion, win first-ever NCAA tournament game

Campbell rallies for 12th-inning win, first NCAA tournament victory
Fayetteville Observer

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Gamecocks facing elimination after 4-3 loss to Maryland
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TCU tops Sam Houston St. 3-2 in 22 innings
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'The Fridge' inducted into S.C. Football Hall of Fame
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Davis keeps Clemson rolling in recruiting

From the Norfolk Virginian Pilot
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Virginia tops Arkansas in NCAA baseball tourney
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ODU baseball eliminated at NCAA tournament
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ODU's stadium plan stuck in neutral
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Redskins make Santos director of pro personnel

From the Charlotte Observer
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Panthers’ Cotchery found strength in tragedy
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Recent Charlotte history in NBA draft- 8 lottery picks, no all-stars
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Rematch time- Spurs vs. Heat in NBA Finals
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At Dover, Tony Stewart looks to ditch winless tag

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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ODU's first year in Conference USA- Expenses rise, along with competition and opportunity
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William and Mary, Richmond prove worthiness of FBS-FCS games

Ron Wellman looks for fresh start as he assesses 22 years at Wake Forest
Winston Salem Journal

Staff Roundtable- Way Too Early Bowl Predictions
Gobbler Country

June 30, 2014

Tulsa's leap to AAC is best possible scenario for Hurricane
Tulsa World

Bulls CB Durden transferring
Tampa Bay Times

The American Announces Staff Promotions
theamerican.org

June 29, 2014

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane to enter a bigger-money world when it joins the American Athletic Conference July 1
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A look at Tulane's new sports league -- the American Athletic Conference

John Klein- TU's old league homes keep shifting, too
Tulsa World

The American up for Seven Different ESPYs
theamerican.org

From the College Football News
- 2014 SMU Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players  
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2014 Temple Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players
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2014 Tulane Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players
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2014 UCF Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players

- 2014 Connecticut Preview | What You Need To Know & Top Ten Players

UH Baseball Ends 2014 Ranked No. 11 in the Nation
Houston Chronicle

June 28, 2014

From the Tulsa World
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American Athletic Conference is knocking on the door of the power five
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TU's Football Four- Top QB in program history – Jerry Rhome or Paul Smith?

UCF's Jordan Akins makes big transition from minor league baseball to college football
Orlando Sentinel

Justin Martin transferring from Xavier to join Larry Brown, SMU
Dallas Morning News

June 27, 2014

Find out what 2014 American Athletic Conference schools spent the most in 2012-13
New Orleans Times Picayune

Father of TU coach Bill Blankenship dies
Tulsa World

UConn's Napier Drafted By Hornets, Traded To Heat; Daniels To Toronto At No. 37
Hartford Courant

Cosby to hold benefit for Temple gymnastics
philly.com

June 26, 2014

Duke draws Temple in Brooklyn hoop tourney semifinals
Wilmington Star-News

2014 CFN Preview - Connecticut Huskies
College Football News

Shawnee offensive lineman Tristan Wyatt commits to TU
Tulsa World

Rick Brunson to join Temple's staff
philly.com

June 25, 2014

Date set for 2014 Military Bowl in Annapolis
Annapolis Capital

Tulane's Cairo Santos battling hard against Ryan Succop for Kansas City Chiefs PK job
New Orleans Times Picayune

From philly.com
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Temple offers Imhotep's Raynor
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Temple tops Miller's list, for now

USF athletics- The year in review
Tampa Bay Times

June 24, 2014

Mick Cronin signs 7-year contract extension
Cincinnati Enquirer

UConn to play UMass at Gillette Stadium in 2016
The UConn Blog

UCF football eager to schedule games against Florida's Big 3
Orlando Sentinel

Tigers Basketball Ranked In NCAA Division I Top-10 For 2013-14
gotigersgo.com

UConn Women's Freshmen Learning Ropes From Upperclassmen
Hartford Courant

June 23, 2014

From philly.com
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Temple, Penn State vying for Pa. recruits
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Temple offers Imhotep's Raynor

Knights 2014 tickets sales on the rise
Central Florida Future

Tigers Basketball Ranked In NCAA Division I Top-10 For 2013-14
Memphis Official Athletic Site

June 22, 2014

From the Tampa Bay Times
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Tarpon Springs' Wilcox commits to USF
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Afternoon home kickoffs a rarity for Bulls

UMass conference alignment- AAC commissioner Mike Aresco
MassLive.com

TU's Johnson sees move to AAC as 'huge challenge'
Miami News Record

June 21, 2014

Houston Cougars Place Eleven on Preseason All-AAC Team
 
The Coogs garnered five first-team selections, tying for the league best with East Carolina and UCF.
House of Houston

Tulsa Ready for Big Things in the American Athletic Conference
FanIQ (blog)

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF lands commitment from Hallandale RB Taj McGowan
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Georgia linebacker Patrick Jasinski commits to UCF
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UCF visit nearly ends in commitment for Osceola LB Riley Nicholson

Cincy getting a home game vs. Alabama would be huge for Bearcats
NBCSports.com

Birmingham Bowl executive director confident team can secure title
al.com

Bitcoin is the new title sponsor of the St. Petersburg Bowl
Bay News 9

June 20, 2014

Times, TV Announced For Numerous American Football Games
theamerican.org

From the Tulsa World
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OU-Tulsa kickoff time set for 11 a.m. Sept. 6
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TU football schedule
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TU basketball newcomers involved in summer work

Tulane announces television schedule, times for four games
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane football finds out game times and television info for four games this fall
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Tulane's football opener at Tulsa to be televised by CBS Sports Network -- other game times and TV games announced by AAC
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Tulane football 'learning to win' and 'on the rise', website reports
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Preseason football annuals predict rebuilding years for LSU, Tulane

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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AAC announces two UC football game times
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Bahamas trip will give Bearcats more practice time

From the Tampa Bay Times
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New blood brings new excitement to USF Bulls
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Jun 19 5-28 PM Afternoon home kickoffs a rarity for Bulls

Two more Temple kick offs announced
philly.com

UConn football cracks list of teams you'd “Least like to be a fan of”
SportzEdge.com

June 19, 2014

The AAC will be big jump up for Tulsa basketball
Tulsa World

From the Tampa Bay Times
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Two-a-days- AAC football team previews
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Men's hoops- Omogbehin leaves Bulls

UCF football fans set record for Golden Knights Club
Orlando Sentinel

Highly rated QB among new UC football commitments
Cincinnati Enquirer

SMU hoops promotes new director of player development to replace Eric Snow
Dallas Morning News

College Roundup- Navy draws early ranking as No. 43 football team in nation
Annapolis Capital

June 18, 2014

TU’s Blankenship on lowered expectations- ‘Do we have to respond and deliver- Absolutely, yes’
Tulsa World

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
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UC-Alabama among potential football matchups
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Former UC interim AD rejoins Babcock at Va. Tech

UCF football hosts Hometown Huddle for fans this week
Orlando Sentinel

June 17, 2014

Two-a-days- AAC football team previews
Tampa Bay Times

Louisville eliminated from College World Series
theamerican.org

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Three Tulane football players named to Phil Steele's preseason first team All-American Athletic Conference
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How Tulane's baseball players fared last week in their summer leagues

June 16, 2014

Louisville drops opener at College World Series
theamerican.org

UCF lands commitment from Hallandale RB Taj McGowan
Orlando Sentinel

Temple lands 3 oral commits
philly.com

New baseball coach Kingston plans to put Bulls to work
Tampa Tribune

Kingston- USF baseball will be 'elite'
Tampa Bay Times

June 15, 2014

TU football gets fifth commitment in a week with Texas lineman
Tulsa World

UCF basketball lands Tennessee transfer A.J. Davis
Orlando Sentinel

June 14, 2014

Temple lands QB Marchi
philly.com

June 13, 2014

Two-a-days- AAC football team previews
Tampabay.com (blog)

Louisville Opens College World Series Saturday
theamerican.org

New Tulane baseball coach David Pierce is an initial hit for Green Wave
New Orleans Times Picayune

Tyler Davis, 6-5 QB From Bellmore, N.Y., Going To UConn
Hartford Courant

June 12, 2014

Former TU basketball player Pat Swilling Jr. to play one season of Hurricane football
Tulsa World

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane's new senior AD Barbara Burke hits the ground running Green Wave's day-to-day operations
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Tulane baseball coach David Pierce transports entire former staff at Sam Houston State to Tulane

Geno On WTIC- UConn Made Mistakes With ACC; XL Has Problems
Hartford Courant

Report- Big East, Big 12 almost merged
Cincinnati Enquirer

UCF lands commitment from Texas QB Bo Schneider; Blake Bortles comparisons begin
Orlando Sentinel

Justin Martin- 'My ultimate goal is to win a national championship' at SMU
Dallas Morning News

June 11, 2014

College Football Countdown | No. 83- Tulsa
USA Today

New Tulane baseball coach David Pierce assured greater aid in luring recruits, report says
New Orleans Times Picayune

Power Ranking College Football Conferences by Coaching Stability
Bleacher Report

Chiefs rookie kicker Cairo Santos of Brazil has a personal interest in World Cup
Kansas City Star

Little Rock QB Will Hefley commits to TU
Tulsa World

Memphis Tigers basketball team to play four August exhibition games in Canada
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Temple freshman sees better days ahead
philly.com

June 10, 2014

UConn Celebrates NCAA Basketball Titles At The White House
theamerican.org

From the Hartford Courant
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Dropping In- UConn Hoop Teams Visit Obama At White House
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Defensive Tackle From Pa., Commits To UConn

Bearcats might have point guard of tomorrow in Jenifer
Cincinnati Enquirer

June 9, 2014

Tulane hires Sam Houston State's David Pierce as its new baseball coach
New Orleans Times Picayune

College Football Countdown | No. 86- Temple
USA Today

TU gets commitments from OKC receiver, Texas defensive back-receiver
Tulsa World

Rhule joins in mourning Katz
philly.com

June 8, 2014

From theamerican.org
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Houston’s season ends in NCAA Super Regionals
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Louisville advances to College World Series

Early lead helps Texas eliminate Houston
Houston Chronicle

Tuberville scores hole-in-one
Cincinnati Enquirer

C-USA Has 35 Players Taken in 2014 MLB Draft
conferenceusa.com

From the Tulsa World
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Royals take a flyer on TU left-footed kicker
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Lew Evans leaving TU basketball program

From the Dallas Morning News
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SMU lands class of 2015 four-star California quarterback Kyle Kearns
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ESPN ranks SMU's Larry Brown in top-50 coaches in America, but is he too low?

Two-tight set- McFarland, Price both earn preseason love
Tampa Bay Times

June 7, 2014

No. 5 Baseball Falls in Super Regional Opener
Houston Cougars Athletics

From theamerican.org
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Louisville one win away from College World Series
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Two Wins to Omaha

UConn- running back McCombs 'no longer with team'
Winston Salem Journal

June 6, 2014

Cornerback Darnell Walker Jr. dismissed from TU football program
Tulsa World

Bearcats land 3 on Phil Steele preseason AAC first team
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF, Penn State Ireland ticket sales on pace for sellout
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Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles and his family adapt to new routines

Temple to hold camps for high schoolers
philly.com

June 5, 2014

ISU's Kingston hired as USF baseball coach
Tampa Bay Times

Bulls hire Kingston as baseball coach
Tampa Tribune

Tulane interviews Southeastern Louisiana coach Matt Riser
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
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Tulane interviews Southeastern Louisiana baseball coach Matt Riser for vacant job
Tulane interim baseball coach Jake Gautreau talks about uncertain future- video

Bulls can succeed in new AAC division
The Oracle (USF)

SMU launches mini season ticket packages for football
Dallas Morning News

June 4, 2014

Money talks- Why Cougars forced to travel for super regional
Houston Chronicle

Tulane interim baseball coach Jake Gautreau gets interview with Green Wave for permanent job
New Orleans Times Picayune

Jake Gautreau interviews at Tulane; Mark Kingston a no-show
Baton Rouge Advocate

Kiel, Hendrix named Top 10 QB transfers
Cincinnati Enquirer

USF athletics 2013-14- A season of change
Tampa Tribune

Year One in the American for SMU was okay, but now there's work to do
College Football News

June 3, 2014

Houston routs LSU, moves on to Super Regionals
theamerican.org

From the Houston Chronicle
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Cougars trounce LSU to roll into super regional
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Cougars should host super regionals with No. 2 RPI in country

Houston routs LSU 12-2 to win Baton Rouge regional
Baton Rouge Advocate

Paralyzed former Tulane football player Devon Walker to join college football advisory committee
New Orleans Times Picayune

Photo gallery- OU, OSU and TU players in NFL offseason camps
Tulsa World

Tuberville to stage Fantasy Camp
Cincinnati Enquirer

Jun 2 3-17 PM Preseason mags give little love to Bulls
Tampa Bay Times

June 2, 2014

Houston beats LSU 5-4 in wild 11-inning game, forces Monday rematch
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH double dips to stave off elimination, setup Monday game
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Wild finish sees Owls' postseason come to an early end at hands of Aggies

Louisville advances to NCAA Baseball Super Regionals, Houston wins in extras
theamerican.org

June 1, 2014

Louisville Stays Unbeaten, Houston Falls at NCAA Baseball Championship
theamerican.org

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH bats sputter in 5-1 NCAA regional loss to LSU
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Texas edges Rice in extra innings

Navy football assigned to West Division of American Athletic Conference
Annapolis Capital

Rice LB Cameron Nwosu, a former All C-USA pick, transfers to SMU
Dallas Morning News

Paying College Athletes- A Movement Grows
Hartford Currant