HEADLINES - June 17, 2002

News and commentary on the Tigers, SEC from outside sources


Silliman's Schilling still negotiating with Oakland (By Scott Hotard, The Advocate)

Anatomy of a baseball season (By Carl Dubois, The Advocate)

Duncan begins defense of Western Amateur (By Teddy Paynter, Bluefield Daily Telegraph)

LSU coaches reflect on lessons learned from dad (By Glenn Guilbeau, The Advocate)

Comparisons go beyond position (By Terence Moore, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Lisbon's Wafer making name for himself (By Bill Bumgartner, The Times-Picayune)

Q&A with Dale Brown (By Wright Thompson, The Times-Picayune)


USC regains its power (By Steve Wiseman, The State)

Ask the coach: Ray Tanner (The State)

Harris contributes in return to field (By Steve Wiseman, The State)

MSU tackle to miss 2002 season (By Todd Kelly, Jackson Clarion-Ledger)

Experiments designed to return finesse to hoops (By Jerry Tipton, Lexington Herald-Leader)

Cats' recruit White won't let knee injury keep him down (By Chip Cosby, Lexington Herald-Leader)

Tide in running for recruit (By Thomas Murphy, Mobile Register)

Harris expects bright future with Alabama defense (By Tommy Deas, Tuscaloosa News)

All-Star football outing with a definite Miss. State flavor (By Greg Ellis, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal)


Title IX wrongly blamed for elimination of programs (By Kevin B. Blackstone, Dallas Morning News)

Title IX tip: Bet on horses (By Thomas O'Toole, USA Today)

This year, draft not a distraction at CWS (By Andy Gardiner, USA Today)

Major-league problems in college baseball (By Kirk Bohls, Austin American-Statesman)

Female coaches are rare at NU (Elizabeth Merrill, Omaha World-Herald)

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