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September 15, 2001
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Fear close at hand for players

[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
Members of the Lightning, several from other countries, are shaken by the attacks.

Rays must wait 1 more day
Monday's scheduled game against Yankees is moved to final series of the season.

Added down time presents Bucs a test
The NFL's schedule adjustment means Tampa Bay will go 21 days between its opener and its second game.

All quiet on what would have been a big Saturday
On what was supposed to be the biggest day of the state's college football season, the huge stadiums in Miami, Gainesville and Tallahassee will be empty. More than 200,000 fans would have filled those venues, with millions more watching on television. The catastrophic events of Tuesday made such clashes meaningless at this time.

What they're saying
"Nobody in my family is hurt. But our big family, that's what you feel. In New York, everybody's a family right now."

Tiger will not play in Lancome tournament
PARIS -- Tiger Woods pulled out of next week's Lancome Trophy golf tournament because of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in the United States.

USF/Jesuit meet off; football games moved to Monday
TAMPA -- The state's largest cross country meet was canceled due to Tuesday's tragedy, and Hillsborough County athletic director Vernon Korhn said Monday afternoon will serve as the makeup date for Friday's postponed football games.

Canceled events
Selected events canceled or postponed because of Tuesday's terrorist attacks:

Petty doesn't mind the underdog role
His team dominated NASCAR once, but has struggled for years.

One line already looks complete
BRANDON -- Size, speed, vision. If you can get all three on one line, you really have something.

College football
College football roundup
FSU fullback Golightly will miss more time

Daily fishing report
The best week of fishing I have experienced came after a low pressure system that stayed in the Gulf of Mexico for a few days, followed by blue skies and clear dry winds and perfect fishing conditions.

Volleyball notebook
Shorecrest goes from concerned to three-set winner It was late Thursday at the Keswick Christian Invitational and Shorecrest coach Kathy Sessions was worried.

Football schedule

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