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McNeill, Carden represent East Carolina at C-USA Media Day

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East Carolina head coach Ruffin McNeill and Pirate quarterback Shane Carden represented East Carolina at the Conference USA Football Media Day on Wednesday.

ECU is the preseaseon pick to win the East Division of Conference USA.

"I like the way our team's leaders go about their work," said McNeill in front of the cameras in Irving, Texas.

East Carolina will open the season on August 31st hosting Old Dominion.

A total of 16 teams participated in the event on Wednesday. East Carolina will leave the league after this season to join the American Athletic Conference.

The Pirates will host their own media day in Greenville during the first week of August.

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