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February 6, 2001
Devil Rays
Toe’s tale sours
[Times photo: Michael Rondou]
Phenom Toe Nash has five arrests in the past year. The Rays feel they can turn him around, assuming he can avoid prison.

Rays uniforms
ST. PETERSBURG -- The Devil Rays will give fans the new shirts off their backs today.

Hubert Mizell
As a person, Capriati comes back strongest
We hoped, as Jennifer Capriati's tennis flame went cold at age 17, it was nothing uglier than a quick-to-be-cured fit of juvenile rebellion.

Rugged Barnaby has goals in mind
Can the tough Lightning acquisition bring offense too?

Don’t dim the spotlight
Give Rick Dudley credit.

Tonight: Lightning vs. Wild

College football
College football recruiting roundup
In his first season at North Carolina State, coach Chuck Amato installed a pass-happy offense like the "Fast Break" attack at his former school, Florida State.

Florida WR has knee surgery
GAINESVILLE -- Florida wide receiver Kelvin Kight had arthroscopic surgery on Monday to correct chronic cartilage damage in his right knee.

XFL’s good (yes, it exists) and bad
Even if XFL rules don't allow it, league founder Vince McMahon might want to find a way to give Brandon Sanders a raise.

Lagos traded to San Jose; Kinnear retiring
The Mutiny gained seven players in Monday's Major League Soccer draft, but lost two as well. Offensive midfielder Manny Lagos was traded to San Jose for two draft picks minutes after the Mutiny selected forward Ali Curtis with the second overall pick.

Mutiny get help in front, back
Forward Ali Curtis and defender Craig Demmin arrive in the first round.

College basketball
For Nelson, it’s all a blur
And the UF guard is teaching opponents that speed (with a little control) kills.

College basketball roundup

Around MLB
Jeter says he wants to stay put

Captain’s Corner
The trout in lower Tampa Bay are starting to react to the recent warming of area waters.

Et cetera
Sports digest
IOC won't restore medal to swimmer

Recruiting hardly an exact science
Offensive linemen are the hardest to project.

Two more Cowboys commit to colleges
TAMPA -- With one day remaining before national signing day, three Gaither players have chosen colleges.

Regional girls soccer breakdowns

New lineup, same old confidence
Wharton shuffles its singles rankings, but the team has plenty of depth.

Only a title will satisfy Sponger
Tarpon Springs senior Ben Kronk, the son of a former professional tennis player, is focused on the final reward.

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