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Skip’s Yard Sale

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

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Skip’s Yard Sale

Since Skip Holtz stepped away from ECU and our Purple and Gold, many have wondered and asked, what in the world did he do with all his Pirate gear? Well, after a little shopping trip earlier today I have found the answer.

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Skippin’ town…

Thursday, January 14, 2010

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Skippin’ town…

According to Fanhouse.com, Skip Holtz has accepted the head coaching position at USF. Sure, he presented many valid points for being interested in the Bulls but when you are a god in Greenville, why would you want to leave? Vent your frustration in the comment section below. Two questions: who are we going to get as a head coach and how bad will this affect our recruits' decisions? UNC already scooped up a UT recruit after Kiffin got off of the Rocky Top.

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A Slap In The Face

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

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A Slap In The Face

According to reports Skip Holtz is emerging as the top candidate for the University of South Florida. The job became open after USF concluded in an investigation that Jim Leavitt slapped a walk-on player. While there are conflicting accounts to what really happened the fact remains Leavitt is out and the coaching carousel stops at an all too familiar place for Pirate fans, Greenville, NC.

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Good Tidings To You Fellow Pirates

Thursday, December 24, 2009

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Good Tidings To You Fellow Pirates

The 200YTL crew would like to wish you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year. This past year, Pirate Nation has been stronger than ever. Even in the face of adversity, we have continued to stand strong and have all hands on deck. We have received many early holiday gifts from our football team included a C-USA championship, an invitation to the 2010 Autozone Liberty Bowl and the great news that Skip feels Greenville is the place for him for the next few years.

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Back-to-Back C-USA Champions!

Monday, December 21, 2009

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Back-to-Back C-USA Champions!

For the first time in Conference USA history the ECU Pirates are back to back champions of the gridiron. After a Van Eskridge interception, the Pirate sealed the deal and booked their ticket to Memphis for the second consecutive year.

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Holtz turns down more cash; Bleeds purple.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Holtz turns down more cash; Bleeds purple.

According to ESPN, and many other local sources, Skip Holtz has turned down the head coaching job at Cincinnati. Butch Jones, the former head coach at Central Michigan, will be announced as the new Cincinnati head coach later today.

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Pirates with a chance to host…

Monday, November 23, 2009

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Pirates with a chance to host…

After the Pirates' victory over UAB this past weekend and a loss by SMU, the Pirates now control their own destiny on the road to the C-USA Championship. If ECU is able to earn a W this weekend against Southern Miss, ECU would win their division of C-USA and host Houston in the conference championship game at Dowdy Ficklen on December 5th. However, Southern Miss is no easy test.

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ECU Homecoming: 100 Years of Treasured Traditions

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

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ECU Homecoming: 100 Years of Treasured Traditions

There really is no better time to head to Greenville for a football game than Homecoming (unless we land home field for the Conference USA championship). I can't wait. I have spoken to a lot of my friends that are setting up big plans for the game. We are all getting prepared to stir-fry Rice.

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The Bizarro Pirates

Monday, September 21, 2009

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The Bizarro Pirates

I have to think that Pirate Nation is on deck with me when I ask this question: Why does a different Pirate team walk out of the locker room for the second half?

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Ol’ “Skip to my Lou” may have found another career.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

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Ol’ “Skip to my Lou” may have found another career.

Lou Holtz , the father of our beloved ECU football coach, has met with top Republicans in Washington DC and is supposedly considering a run for Congress in Central Florida. The 72 year old Hall of Fame coach and current ESPN analyst is interested in challenging first-term U.S. Rep. Suzanne Kosmas, D-New Smyrna Beach.

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