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It's all in the details for Brad Johnson
Drive for perfection helps Bucs QB succeed wherever he goes.
Giant collapse upsets Barber
TAMPA -- Bucs cornerback Ronde Barber went from expecting to face the Giants -- up 38-14 in the second half Sunday -- to the shock of preparing for the 49ers.
Meet the 49ers
Gary Shelton: Little plays can bring heartache
Some people aren't happy unless they're unhappy. Some people worry if there isn't anything to worry about.
LIGHTNING 1, WINGS 0: The Tampa Bay goalie makes 30 saves for his 30th shutout.
Boyle out with hand injury
TAMPA -- The Lightning, already without its best defensive defenseman, now must make do without its best offensive defenseman.
Joyful Carter, somber Murray voted into Hall
Catcher in on sixth try, while first baseman, a ballot newcomer, has honor tempered by sister's death.
Gators start strong in SEC
NO. 11 UF 74, NO. 7 MISS ST. 66: Seniors key impressive road win in conference opener.
Sooners deal Huskies first loss
NORMAN, Okla. -- Hollis Price was the clear winner in this matchup of premier guards. As a result, Connecticut isn't unbeaten anymore.
Playing with familiar fire
USF faces aggressive style in C-USA opener: UAB is run by Nolan Richardson disciple.
McNabb again Eagles' starter
Quarterback not worried about mobility after ankle injury.
Broncos' Portis named top offensive rookie
The Broncos just keep finding dominant young running backs. The latest, Clinton Portis, beat college teammate Jeremy Shockey for the Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award Tuesday.
Around the AFC
Around the NFC
Capriati loses in tuneup
SYDNEY, Australia -- Two-time defending Australian Open champion Jennifer Capriati of Wesley Chapel lost to Tatiana Panova 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 in the second round of the Sydney International on Tuesday.
Ohio State's Tressel takes coach of year honor
NEW ORLEANS -- Less than a week after winning the national championship, Ohio State coach Jim Tressel was chosen Division I-A coach of the year by the American Football Coaches Association on Tuesday.
Cash-strapped Senators could file for bankruptcy today
OTTAWA -- The Senators, unable to pay their players last week, might end up filing for bankruptcy.
Grand Prix has work left to do
Organizers still seek sponsors, entertainment for next month's race.
Webber returns to form
MILWAUKEE -- Chris Webber made his return from an injury a strong one.
Plant sneaks past King
TAMPA -- It was everything a Plant-King game was supposed to be: hard-hitting, physical and right down to the wire.
3 goals plenty vs. Lions
TAMPA -- Plant won Tuesday night the way it's won just about every time this season: scoring in a variety of ways with a variety of people.
Donahoe heats up in time
The Jesuit standout scores 11 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter of a 54-49 win over St. Petersburg Catholic.
Call for stats
The Times will publish girls and boys basketball statistics on Thursdays and Fridays. Coaches are encouraged to send stats to John Schwarb (girls) and John C. Cotey (boys) by fax (727) 445-4119 or phone at (727) 445-4170.
Youngsters help Devils feel better
The first half of the season was not gentle for St. Petersburg High. Coach Rui Farias, who saw girl after girl go down, said his team was ravaged by injuries and two of the five on the injured list are out for the year.
Wasn't like the old days
CLEARWATER -- In his days as a Clearwater junior varsity coach and varsity assistant, Rick Nickerson didn't have too many nights in Jack Wilson Gymnasium like he did Tuesday.
Gulf almost lets it get away
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Both teams needed a win. Hudson needed more time.
Daily fishing report
Though snook season is closed, excellent opportunities exist for catch-and-release action.
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