Bonesville The Magazine

The 2015 Bonesville The Magazine is rolling out this week in a brand new way. In its 15th year, Bonesville's official preseason kickoff publication will come to readers in the format of a subscription-based Web magazine. In moving away from the digital flipbook format of the last few years, this year's digital edition will incorporate a range of social media functions, allowing readers to comment on articles and interact with other readers in response to any and all of the magazine's feature content. Additionally, the new online magazine will be fully mobile-responsive, which means the magazine will be read easily on any device, from desktop computers to mobile phones.

Although there will not be a print version of the magazine this year, the publication is scheduled to return to both print and Web format for 2016. The decision to not print the magazine this year is based on a variety of factors, not the least of which is that Bonesville's creative team has been occupied behind the scenes planning the all new, which will debut a totally redesigned site this fall. The new site will be similar in style and function to this year's Bonesville The Magazine.

Below is a sneak peek at the homepage of the Bonesville The Magazine website. Readers will be able to see teasers for much of the content on the home page as soon as the site launches. Subscribing will allow for instant and unlimited access to all content. Stay tuned to grab your subscription.

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Answer at QB may be surprise

Ruffin McNeill may or may not have been a Boy Scout, but he is a firm believer in the organization’s motto of “Be Prepared.” It’s a philosophy that’s going to be severely tested ... More from Brett Friedlander...


Pirates must adjust at QB

Al MyattThe concept of developing depth and position competition at East Carolina may be facing its biggest test in the tenure of Ruffin McNeill as he enters his sixth season as football coach of the Pirates. ... More from Al Myatt...


Herschel Walker likes Trump ... Louisville plans to add seats ... Harbaugh makes rivalry burn hotter ... Struggle over Paterno's legacy continues ... Florida State undecided on QB ... Bret Bielema admits he hates Auburn ... LSU finds success with Australian punters ... Scully continuing with Dodgers ... Encarnacion powers Jays ... McIlroy returns to No. 1 ... Eaton breaks decathlon record ... Bolt streaks on ... More from Al Myatt...



What a difference a week makes

The offensive timing was back for East Carolina’s final scrimmage of the preseason on Saturday. That timing was a big part of five scores for the offense in the scrimmage. It was a far cry from a week before, when the Pirate defense dominated play. ... More from Brian Bailey...

Audio: The Brian Bailey Show

The Brian Bailey Show airs on Pirate Radio 1250 on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. Brian's guest this week was ECU offensive coordinator Dave Nichol (right): Replay show...



Pirates generate alarming numbers

Al MyattFor a fan base that counts the hours to the start of the football season, there is a paucity of statistics this time of year. The only numbers generated since preseason camp started at East Carolina earlier this month were from a scrimmage Saturday at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. ... More from Al Myatt...



Questions surface about offense

The East Carolina offense hit the snooze button one time too many on Saturday morning. The Pirate defense dominated the first scrimmage of the 2015 fall campaign. ... More from Brian Bailey...

Audio: The Brian Bailey Show

The Brian Bailey Show airs on Pirate Radio 1250 on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. Brian's guest this week was ECU athletic director Jeff Compher: Replay show...



Pirates rigging for difficult seas

Al MyattThe 2015 East Carolina football schedule is quite a conversation piece. There's a rematch with Florida from the Birmingham Bowl in the Swamp on Sept. 12. The trip to Navy for the Midshipmen's first ever American Athletic Conference contest ensues Sept. 19. ... More from Al Myatt...



Pirates pad up and pop

East Carolina head coach Ruffin McNeill says camp is flying by. I’m not sure if the players agree, but the calendar continues to peel off the dates as we get closer to the season opener. ... More from Brian Bailey...

Audio: The Brian Bailey Show

The Brian Bailey Show airs on Pirate Radio 1250 on Mondays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Brian's guests this week were ECU assistant head football coach Donnie Kirkpatrick (left), ECU QB Kurt Benkert (right) and Eastern Carolina 4A/3A high school coaches: Replay show...



Pirates have questions to answer

GREENVILLE — The pertinent questions were asked at East Carolina's football media day on Saturday. The Pirate coaches essentially said we'll have to get back to you.

The quarterback situation in the absence of Shane Carden and the potential impact of Minnesota/Rutgers transfer Philip Nelson as well as the competition for placekicker are among the issues ECU is dealing with as the 2015 season approaches. Nelson walked on with the Pirates and his status for this season is to be determined. ... Story & pictures from Al Myatt...

Pictured: ECU Coach Ruffin McNeill expressed his excitement that the program is into preseason camp while addressing reporters on media day. (Photo by Al Myatt)



Links of Interest from ECU & Beyond

View Greg Vacek's daily compilation of headlines & links from around the Web...



"You argue with the umpire because there is nothing else you can do about it." — Leo Durocher, baseball manager [Archives]


ECU Pirates 2015 Football Schedule

Sept 5 6 pm Towson ESPN3
Sept 12 7 pm at Florida ESPN2
Sept 19 3:30 pm at Navy CBSSN
Sept 26 TBA Virginia Tech TBA
Oct 3 TBA at SMU TBA
Oct 10 TBA at BYU TBA
Oct 17 TBA Tulsa TBA
Oct 22 7 pm Temple ESPN2
Oct 30 7 pm at UConn ESPNU
Nov 19 7:30 pm at UCF ESPN
Nov 28 TBA Cincinnati TBA
Dec 5 12 pm Championship ABC/ESPN



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Dan Gonzalez
Leander Green
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Jim Gudger
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Daren Hart
Eddie Hicks
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Neal Hughes
Danny Kepley
Wayne Lineberry
Sean McConnell
Mike Myrick
Damon Pope
Norman Quick
Jody Schulz
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