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July 13, 2001
Baseball
How far can power take him?
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As he chases Mark McGwire, Barry Bonds also is taking note of his evolving image.
College football
BCS panel changes formula for standings
If the adjustments were in place last season, Miami would have had a shot at the national title.

Devil Rays
For once, Rays win a laugher
The second half starts flawlessly for Tampa Bay, winning 10-0 behind Tanyon Sturtze on the mound.

McGriff on trade: 'We'll see.''
The hometown first baseman hems and haws while the Cubs and Rays wait.

Yan's return finds bullpen stabilized
MONTREAL -- The Rays said their bullpen should be considerably better now, and not just because they activated closer Esteban Yan off the disabled list Thursday.

Rays on deck

Soccer
WUSA exceeds expectations
More than halfway through its 1st season, the women's soccer league lags in TV ratings but attendance is better than expected.

Lightning
Veteran Ledyard not gone for long
Four months after being traded to Dallas for the playoff run, veteran defenseman Grant Ledyard will return as expected to the Lightning next season.

Arena football
Storm goes to its bench strength
Backup QB Shane Stafford has a history of entering a game and taking charge.

Motorsports
NBC aims to improve NASCAR broadcast
NBC wants NASCAR fans to know it is listening, and not just to the Nielsen folks who said Saturday's broadcast of the Pepsi 400 was the highest-rated prime time Winston Cup race in history.

Olympics
Olympic bidders put Net to good use
No sporting event brings a more global audience than the Olympics, and as the world waits to see which city will be awarded the 2008 Games today, all five contenders have used the Internet to show the world a little more about their cities.

Preps
Third 72 lifts Code into tie for second
The Chamberlain junior sits two shots off of the lead entering today's final round of the Rolex Tournament of Champions.

FHSAA awards Tampa state championships
The meets for all four classifications will be held at Ed Radice Park, just north of Citrus Park.

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