August 22, 2000
||Bucs cut Culpepper
[Times photo: Toni L. Sandys]
The popular, productive lineman is let go to make room for Anthony McFarland.
This move filled with questions
Tell us more, Tony.
Bucs offense still a work in progress
As a result, starting quarterback Shaun King is likely to get extra snaps Friday against the Chiefs.
Milanovich cut, so Hamilton's on board
TAMPA -- If the Bucs lose quarterbacks Shaun King and Eric Zeier to injury this season, a rookie may have to step up and guide the offense.
Dolphins win, but QB picture still muddled
MIAMI -- Without stepping on the field, Jay Fiedler might have gained ground on Damon Huard in the Dolphins' quarterback competition.
Double pleasure for Rays in win
Tampa Bay scores in double figures again, 11-4 over the White Sox.
Rupe's early woes serve as 'reminder'
CHICAGO -- Ryan Rupe returns to Minnesota tonight a changed man.
Wife-assault charge won't bench Rekar
CHICAGO -- Bryan Rekar will continue pitching for the Devil Rays the rest of the season despite his arrest early Sunday on a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery.
Tennis frees Blakes from mean streets
Brothers James and Thomas Blake have risen from the courts of Harlem to the pros.
Saddlebrook Resort helps pros prep for U.S. Open
WESLEY CHAPEL- After a couple of lean years, Saddlebrook Resort in Pasco County has re-established itself as a prime training facility for some of the world's top pros.
The flats fishing has been awesome lately. Bill Sullivan and his two daughters, visiting from Pennsylvania, had a day to remember.
Wallace is exceeding early goals
For someone with 49 career wins and a Winston Cup championship, Rusty Wallace began the 2000 season with modest goals.
Esposito returns behind the mike
The former Lightning general manager will also continue to do work for Fox Sports Net.
Spartans look forward, not back
TAMPA -- The University of Tampa volleyball program is coming off its second national runner-up finish in the past four seasons.
County's leading receiver to sit out
He has made several recruiting lists this season -- usually as a wide receiver from Largo.
Area team wins AAU national title
The Tampa Tornadoes 15-under AAU baseball team captured the national title in Kingsport, Tenn., earlier this month. The Tornadoes, who had a previous-best national finish of third in 1998, went 10-2 in pool play in the 56-team tournament before rattling off four consecutive victories in elimination play to win the championship.