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Super Bowl 55 Moves From Los Angeles To Tampa

NFL owners voted unanimously to move Super Bowl LV in February 2021 from Los Angeles to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on Tuesday.
March Madness

March Madness Is Coming To Amalie Arena In 2020

Tampa Scores Rounds 1 & 2 Of March Madness Tournament Hang onto the edge of your seat basketball fans, March Madness is coming to Tampa...

All You Need To Know About The NFL Combine

Groups, Times And Dates. Everything You Need To Know For The NFL Combine It's always sad to see another football season come to an end,...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Safety Decisions Could Make or Break 2017 Defense

Focus this offseason on defense will lie on the safety position, and the decisions made could make or break the Buccaneer defense in 2017 One...

Could B.J. Daniels Become The First USF Bull To Receive Two...

B.J. Daniels Could Receive His Second Super Bowl Ring On Sunday Former USF quarterback B.J. Daniels could receive a second Super Bowl ring as early...

East-West Shrine Game: Meet The Teams

Meet The Teams Of The 2017 East-West Shrine Game This weekend the East-West Shrine Game, the nation's first college all-star football game, will kickoff and feature...

USF Fires Orlando Antigua As Men’s Basketball Coach

USF Fires Orlando Antigua According to Brett McMurphy with ESPN, USF has reportedly fired men's basketball head coach, Orlando Antigua. Murry Bartow has been named the...
Bryan Anger Buccaneers

Buccaneers Sign Punter Bryan Anger To Five-Year Extension

Bryan Anger Rewarded For Impressive Campaign The Buccaneers announced Saturday  that the team has signed punter Bryan Anger to a multi-year contract extension. According to...

A Bowl Win, Recruiting Top The Bulls’ Wish List

USF Bulls Look For A Bowl Win And Recruitment For Christmas The Birmingham Bowl With the hire of Charlie Strong it seems a bowl win and good recruitment...
Mike Evans Buccaneers

Bucs’ Mike Evans, Gerald McCoy Named To Pro Bowl

Buccaneers Also Have Four Named Alternates The National Football League announced Wednesday that Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy have been...
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