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Rowdies disappointed after earning a draw with last-place Indy

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The new kids were pretty good, but the Tampa Bay Rowdies were not quite good enough in a midweek match Wednesday night at Al Lang Stadium. The Rowdies drew 1-1 with the last-place Indy 11, letting a perfect opportunity to slip back into fourth place in the combined NASL standings. Tampa Bay’s lone goal came when newcomer Long Tan one-timed a shot in off a corner kick from Freddie Adu, who has spent most of his time with the Rowdies…

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Rowdies come from two goals down to earn a draw

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A tie was something, at least. And for a team that has had a lot  of nothing over the last several weeks, it will do. The Tampa Bay Rowdies rallied from a two-goal deficit to gain a 2-2 tie against first-place Ottawa Saturday night in Ottawa, giving new coach Stuart Campbell the first point of his regime. Tampa Bay scored the equalizer on a goal by Darwin Espinal in the 87th minute. Tampa Bay had been in a horrid slump,…

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Rowdies snap three-game losing streak with tie against Carolina

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Well, it beats losing. The Tampa Bay Rowdies tied the Carolina Railhawks Saturday night, 1-1, ending a three-game losing streak in the NASL. The Rowdies, who have been challenged offensively for most of the season, have only four goals in the Fall Season. This time, they got a go-ahead goal from Georgi Hristov, who scored on a one-timer on a cross from Darnell King. The Railhawks tied the score three minutes later, however, on a goal by Mark Anderson. Neither…

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Rasmussen: Charlie Crist, Marco Rubio tied (which really means Crist is winning)

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Republican Marco Rubio and Republican-turned-independent Charlie Crist are tied this month in Florida’s topsy-turvy race for the U.S. Senate. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in the Sunshine State finds Rubio and Crist each earning 37% of the vote, while Democratic hopeful Kendrick Meek trails with 15% support. Eleven percent (11%) are undecided. A month ago, Rubio held an eight-point advantage over Crist. Sixty percent (60%) of Florida voters now approve of the job Crist is doing…

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