HEADLINES - July 15, 2002

News and commentary on the Tigers, the SEC and college sports


Keeping up with LSU problem for ULL (By Dave Moorman, The Town Talk)

And the winner of the award is... (By Joe Schiefelbein, The Advocate)

Ex-LSU standout to be first Haitian-American All-Star (By Marissa Silvera, Knight-Ridder Newspapers)

Larson looking like a prospect again (By Mike Strom, The Times-Picayune)

Magazines not as positive on 2002 Tigers (By Scott Rabalais, The Advocate)

Toms expands golfing domain (By Scott Rabalais, The Advocate)

Title IX (By Robin Fambrough, The Advocate)

Former coaches: Title IX didn't ax men's sports (By William Weathers, The Advocate)

Title IX: LSU, SU look to improve (By Robin Fambrough, The Advocate)

Louisiana lawmakers keep eye on Title IX (By Joan McKinney, The Advocate)


Q&A with Mike Slive (By Ted Lewis, The Times-Picayune)

Riggs' transcript approved, enrolls at UT (By Mike Griffith, Knoxville News-Sentinel)

Cleared to play, Carter is now ready to lead (By Cecil Hurt, Tuscaloosa News)

Alabama recruiting class jumps to seven (By Cecil Hurt, Tuscaloosa News)

Grossman, Graham head backfield (By Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)

Whoever foots the bill  (By Jerry Tipton, Lexington Herald-Leader)

Catching up with Jones not so difficult (By Rob Keys, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

Bombers, USC might share field (By Jeff Wilkinson, The (Columbia, S.C.) State)


Panel: BCS might be on way out (By Sheldon Mickels, The Advocate)


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