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Should Tampa Bay Bucs be interested in Adrian Peterson?

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When it comes to the next destination for free agent Adrian Peterson, the Tampa Bay Bucs look like a possible place to run toward. But should they be? Peterson, who has rushed for almost 12,000 yards in his career running for the Minnesota Vikings, certainly has the name for the job. He has seven 1,000 yard seasons. He has scored 97 touchdowns. He is, arguably, the best running back of his generation. Still, there are warning signs to Peterson. He’ll turn…

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Rowdies’ Keith Savage provides game-tying goal in stoppage time

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With their season on the brink, the Tampa Bay Rowdies turned to their favorite Savage Wednesday night. The Rowdies earned a crucial 2-2 draw late Wednesday night when Keith Savage scored the equalizer in stoppage time. Tampa Bay trailed Minnesota United FC until Savage’s goal. “I was in the right spot at the right time,” Savage said of his goal. “It could have fallen to anyone. We were pushing for that goal and I’m really glad we got it. It means we’re still in it, right…

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Rowdies lose again in road match against Minnesota, 2-0

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Goals continue to be a challenge on the road for the Tampa Bay Rowdies. The Rowdies fell 2-0 to Minnesota Wednesday night. The Rowdies dropped to a tie for 10th in the NASL standings, ahead of only Puerto Rico. Tampa Bay surrendered a goal in each half in its latest defeat. It lowered the team’s record to 6-7-6 on the season. Ben Speas of Minnesota scored after a defensive mistake by Walter Ramirez in the 18th minute, and Christian Ramirez scored in…

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Rays finally break losing streak with victory over Minnesota

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It didn’t matter that the opponent is the worst team in the American League. It doesn’t matter that that win came late. It didn’t matter that the Tampa Bay Rays squeezed it out late. What matters is that the Rays won. Finally. The Rays beat the Minnesota Twins, 4-2, to snap a five-game losing streak. The Rays had lost 10 of 12 games coming in, and had settled into last place in the AL West. Tampa Bay got just enough…

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Newcomer Joe Cole leads the Rowdies past Minnesota United on the road

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This was the kind of game the Tampa Bay Rowdies had in mind when they signed Joe Cole. The Rowdies blanked Minnesota United, 2-0. The victory left the Rowdies tied for sixth in the NASL, but they are only two points out of second place. Cole headed the ball in for one goal, then assisted on the other to lead the way for the Rowdies. “For most of our games, we’ve performed pretty well and the results haven’t matched it,”…

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Indiana leads Kentucky; Little Rock ready

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The Latest on the third full day of the men’s NCAA Tournament, including games being played in Raleigh, North Carolina; Providence, Rhode Island; Des Moines, Iowa; and Denver (All times EDT): • • • 6:25 p.m. Indiana has a 33-32 lead over Kentucky at halftime in this much-anticipated second-round matchup in the East Region. The catalyst for the Hoosiers has been the reserves. Indiana’s five starters combined to shoot 6 for 18 from the floor, including 0 for 6 from 3-point range…

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Viewer’s Guide: GOP debate about Donald Trump vs. everyone else

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And then there were four. Ben Carson‘s departure from the GOP presidential race means the quartet of remaining Republicans on the debate stage Thursday night get more time for attacks as Donald Trump treads a path to the GOP nomination and his three rivals try to trip him up. Cheered on by many Republican leaders, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich are racing the primary clock to March 15, likely their last chance to stop Trump in a series…

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