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 September 5, 2000

Red-zone O gets perfect score
[Times photo: James Borchuck]
Last year's worst team inside the 20 goes 3-for-3 and shows some innovation.
Solid debut keeps LT platoon intact
TAMPA -- It has been a hot topic all through training camp and preseason. The issue of who will play left tackle for the Bucs isn't going to go away soon.

What they're saying
"The Buccaneers came to Foxboro Stadium with a reputation for having one of the league's best defenses. They left with a better reputation for defense than the Marines."

Rams outgun, outlast Broncos
ST. LOUIS -- It was just what the NFL wanted for Dennis Miller's first official Monday night game: a shootout in St. Louis.

Eagles' juice puts Dallas in a pickle
The Philadelphia Eagles were undoubtedly the biggest surprise of the opening weekend, and they may it owe it all to pickle juice.

NFL briefs
Galloway finished one game into Cowboy career IRVING, Texas -- Joey Galloway was supposed to help turn the Dallas Cowboys around. Instead, his knee injury has turned things upside down.

Around the AFC

Around the NFC

Devil Rays
Devil Rays' bats take holiday off
Offensive drought makes Cleveland look great in 5-1 loss.

Young arms enjoy change of scenery
CLEVELAND -- Dan Wheeler and Travis Harper figured to be pitching forTriple-A Durham in the International League playoffs this week. Instead, they'll be pitching against teams fighting to get into the American League playoffs.

Dorsey goes deep into UM tradition
CORAL GABLES -- Ken Dorsey is well aware of the tradition. He has about committed it to memory. You know, the long list of success at Quarterback U. A legendary line of quarterbacks.

UCF tires of its close encounters
At times, Central Florida coach Mike Kruczek explained, it's easier for a young player to get over an excruciating loss than it is for an old coach.

Coach: USF gets transfer from Florida
TAMPA -- South Florida's receiving corps is about to add a high school All-American to the roster.

A basketball bond
"Gut checks," they call them. Dom against Kelcey, Kelcey against Dom. One-on-one, heated, no-blood-no-foul battles.

Hingis grows more assured
Easy win puts her in U.S. Open quarterfinals.

WTA Tour moves its season finale
NEW YORK -- After 29 years at Madison Square Garden, the WTA Tour's season-ending championship event moves to Germany next year.

Captain's corner
Aquick glance at my records for September reminded me of past summers' late-season tarpon action. For the past two years, dense schools of glass minnows have gathered along the beaches toward the end of summer, from St. Pete to Honeymoon Island. With the glassies come a variety of fish, most notably big tarpon. We have hooked 15 or more tarpon some days while the glass minnows were thick. These are not like the pre-spawn tarpon that roam beaches in large migratory schools during May and June.

Et cetera
Sports digest
Arrest warrant issued for Maxwell

Rookies battle past Montreal
The Lightning showed some scoring punch, and threw a few punches as well Monday night, as it opened a rookie tournament with a 5-2 victory over the Canadiens.

2nd car carries Labonte
DARLINGTON, S.C. -- If Bobby Labonte ends up winning the Winston Cup championship this season, his victory in the Southern 500 on Sunday at Darlington Raceway might be a defining moment.

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