December 6, 2000
A decade ago, the Tampa Bay area got an NHL team. With the looniness that has ensued, the tough part was narrowing the list of weirdest moments to 10.
Line learns on the run
The athleticism of the Bucs blockers is helping to spring Warrick Dunn.
Dunn gets chance as main man
TAMPA -- After toting the ball 42 times for 316 yards in the past two games, running back Warrick Dunn is making a strong case that he is capable of becoming the primary ball carrier.
UF: No title rematch here
The Gators say they are using tonight's game at Michigan State as a measuring stick.
Tonight: no. 8 Florida at no. 2 Michigan State
WHEN/WHERE: 7; Breslin Center, East Lansing, Mich.
UF ends Dupay's suspension
Donovan says Gators guard will play tonight.
USF lets 2nd-half lead slip
BOCA RATON -- Florida Atlantic used long-range shooting to overtake South Florida and then sealed a 93-84 victory with nearly flawless free-throw shooting down the stretch Tuesday night.
Braves, Notre Dame play Rays in spring
ST. PETERSBURG -- Spring training will have a familiar look for the Devil Rays in 2001.
Which team will show up?
The Lightning hopes win over Red Wings helps it erase schizo tendencies.
Tonight: Lightning at Flyers
WHEN/WHERE: 7; First Union Center, Philadelphia.
NASCAR's Waltrip feels driven to run
A way to get in shape has become a passion.
It looks like winter is here already. Almost all the fish have left the flats behind in search of warmer water -- and water, period.
Slain jockey Antley eulogized
Pro basketball roundup
McGrady heats up late for Magic
Change in priorities led Margalis to titles
Stephanie Margalis had everything laid out perfectly for her junior year.
Making an impact
Armwood's offensive line is often overlooked as too short and too slow. The Hawks' opponents would say otherwise.
Desperate shot pays
LECANTO -- In 0.8 seconds, a player barely has time to catch the ball, turn around and shoot, unless he is unguarded.
Leopards survive rally by Central
BROOKSVILLE -- Hernando held an 11-point lead with three minutes to play, but when Central whittled that to two with 1:51 left, Leopards coach Charlie Williams started having flashbacks.
Hurricanes down Rams in 2 OT
NEW PORT RICHEY -- In its short existence, the Palm Harbor University boys basketball team has already had its share of firsts: basket, dunk, winning streak, overtime game, and so on.
Class of the county
RENEA PHELPS, Sickles