||Bucs see what could've been
After watching Ravens win with their "recipe," Bucs' large Pro Bowl group mulls its missed chance in 2000.
Shame, Butch; you had us convinced
Never, through all the Schnellenberger / Johnson / Erickson championship seasons for University of Miami football, was my approval so universal as during the Butch Davis remodeling of Hurricanes who'd gone bad.
Dunn gets time for photo op
HONOLULU -- Warrick Dunn was a late addition to the NFC squad, but things are going swimmingly for the Bucs running back.
Odom makes it official
With an eye on "things associated with life rather than football," the Bucs tackle retires.
A one-day reprieve
The Lightning caps an otherwise awful January with a 4-3 win over Florida.
Modin, Richards a line apart now
TAMPA -- Don't expect to see left wing Fredrik Modin and rookie center Brad Richards paired on the same line soon, especially with captain Vinny Lecavalier out for 10-14 more days with a broken left foot.
Florida surprises Tennessee
Dupay sparks Gators in unexpected early return to court.
Bulls place Waldon on suspension
South Florida's second-leading scorer punished for "unacceptable behavior."
Cummings starts to settle into starring role
For much of the season, Florida State junior guard Monte Cummings was uncomfortable and uncertain.
Injury becoming dead issue for Halton
GAINESVILLE -- LaDarius Halton started his first men's basketball game in more than two years Saturday, but it ended the way every game does for him.
Crash hits home for USF official
TAMPA -- The Oklahoma State plane crash has deeply affected many people in college sports.
Louisville rescues itself from terrible start
The Bulls host a team that knocked off favored Cincinnati and DePaul.
Tonight: USF vs. Louisville
WHEN/WHERE: 7:30; Sun Dome, Tampa.
Tonight: FSU vs. Clemson
WHEN/WHERE: 7; Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center.
Sosa opts to attend convention after all
U.S. skiier makes history at Worlds
Nicklaus, Irwin in for Verizon
All four major championships no longer are part of his plans, and he might even skip this year's Masters. But Jack Nicklaus could not say no to the Verizon Classic.
Inshore fishing is showing signs of improvement. The water temperature is slowly moving toward 60 degrees, and that means better fishing. Trout should become more active, and redfish should start to return to the flats. Both should be more willing to bite than during our extended cold-water period. Live shrimp remains the bait of choice for reds.
- Bulls get chance to end Eagles' streak tonight
BRANDON -- In the past three seasons, the team with the best shot to end Brandon's winning streak has been Bloomingdale. This season, the Bulls might have their best team ever when they visit the Eagles at 7 p.m. today.
- Family concerns cause Terrier to change mind
TAMPA -- Andra Hoston's grandmother is in and out of the hospital. His grandfather is having his knees replaced. His mother, who is separated from his father, suffers from arthritis. His older brother uses a wheelchair.
- Ridgewood gets tested but pulls out win over Hudson
HUDSON -- Doreen Grote could not have been more conflicted.
- Track district breakdown
CLASS A, DISTRICT 11
- One is enough for Bulldogs
After two scoreless ties with Pasco, Zephyrhills breaks through for a 1-0 win and a semifinal berth.
- Athletes to watch
DANNY BAUER, Largo
- For the fans
ADMISSION: Most schools charge $3.
- Ram records hat trick in victory over Bucs
NEW PORT RICHEY -- In a show of unity, every member of the Ridgewood boys soccer team save one, including acting coach Tony Koutsos, dyed their hair blond for the Class 3A, District 9 tournament.
- Host Vikings seek city title
In the five years Northeast coach Bill Dudley has held the St. Petersburg City Championships, he has never won.
- Gibbs sprinters target state mark
Gibbs' 4x100-meter relay team has hardly registered a blip on the state track scene.
- Buccaneers cruise into final
Berkeley Prep downs Tampa Prep 5-0 to clinch a spot in the state tournament.
- Panthers avoid upset by Chiefs
TAMPA -- Chamberlain didn't care that it came into Tuesday's Class 3A, District 10 boys semifinal against Plant with a 2-10-1 record.
- A Basketball Bond
Dominique Redding and Kelcey Roegiers-Jensen have led parallel -- and often intertwined -- lives. Both are immensely talented and dedicated basketball players who have had almost unqualified success on the court. Both are considered among the top five sophomores in Florida.
- Going in different directions
The mirror always has been kind to Kelcey Roegiers-Jensen.