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Tampa Bay Rowdies fight Indy 11 to 0-0 draw in season opener

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Good and frustrating. That about sums it up. Everything you want to know about the Tampa Bay Rowdies’ opener Saturday night was etched in the final 0-0 score. The goaltending was solid on those few occasions it needed to be. The defense was superb. Still, the Rowdies were unable to score, which led to bits of frustration for the Rowdies at the start. Despite several chances, the Rowdies were unable to take advantage of a game in which it clearly…

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Tampa Bay Rowdies open their season tonight against Indy

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He has taken over disappointing teams. He has gathered teams in the clubhouse to say farewell. He has wandered the sideline, urging this player to be better than he was yesterday. What Stuart Campbell has never done, however, is coach a season opener. He has never directed a team toward a new season. He has never felt the eagerness of the fans at the start of the journey. He has never opened the wrapping on a new team. Until tonight.…

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Mitch Perry Report for 11.9.15 – Peyton Manning in autumn

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It was an interesting weekend as the Donald Trump skits flopped on Saturday Night Live and Ben Carson media scrutiny reached a new intensity, but can I talk about football? Actually, how about people who watch football? I was at a tavern yesterday afternoon which was unusually crowded, due to the fact that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were playing a rare 4 p.m. game. Unlike in other cities, many Tampa fans since I’ve lived here like to go to bars instead of friend’s…

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Rowdies travel to Pittsburgh to play in U.S. Open Cup

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A busy schedule just got a little busier for the Tampa Bay Rowdies. The Rowdies will have to jam in a mid-week game when they travel to play the Pittsburgh Riverhounds Wednesday for the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open. Three days later, they travel to play against Indianapolis. If Tampa Bay could get past Pittsburgh – which beat West Virginia 3-0, costing the Rowdies a chance at hosting the game, they would be at home against D.C. United in the next…

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