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November 23, 2001
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Recent disappointments can't slow 10K winners
[Times photo: Krystal Kinnunen]
CLEARWATER -- Though only 21, Tom Kunish wishes he was young again.
College football
USF admirer isn't a secret anymore
The South Florida bandwagon has a new passenger. You might have heard of him, and he might drown out the others.

Running back set to return for Miami
MIAMI -- Running back Willis McGahee expects to play Saturday for Miami after missing the past two games with a sprained left knee.

Up and down season for LW Andreychuk
TAMPA -- Veteran Dave Andreychuk knew his first season with the Lightning would be challenging.

NCAA Men's soccer
WHAT/WHERE: South Florida (14-6), Akron (10-6-1) and Penn State (13-4-1) in three-team region at Penn State.

Devil Rays
Rays are No. 1 ... on the Web
It's not often the Rays find themselves honored as baseball's best in anything, so even though it amounts to just a college research project, Matthew Abt gave the Rays a pleasant surprise last week.

On The Air
Lackluster matchups hurt 'MNF'
Though the Bucs may not seem worthy of an appearance on Monday Night Football at the moment, at least they're not the first this season to share that distinction.

Glavich not short of wins
TAMPA -- Jefferson quarterback Matt Glavich runs around the field before practice, but he's not throwing footballs. He's catching them.

Keys to victory

Seminole seniors know success
SEMINOLE -- When T.J. Layfield arrived on the Seminole High campus four years ago, he didn't know much about the football team's past, which was a good thing because the rest of the school would just as soon forget it.

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