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Rowdies lose another despite new head coach Stuart Campbell’s debut

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One second, you are planning one thing. You are shaping and scheming. You are trying to help a team out of a hole. And the next, everything changes. Suddenly, it is your team, and your game, and your opportunity. Quick as that, life is on the counter-attack. Which is sort of the way Stuart Campbell’s week has gone. All of the sudden, a new script has been written. Just like that, a game and a life have become a blur,…

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Would third time be a charm for the Rays, Delmon Young?

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Do the Rays need a hitter in the worst possible way? And if so, are they open to giving a third strike to outfielder Delmon Young? Young, the No. 1 overall pick by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2003, was released by the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday, marking another pothole in what has been a rough road for the outfielder. He does not play the outfield well enough to be an everyday player, and he has not hit well enough…

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Could Josh McCown be Bucs’ latest regret?

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The first thing you do is marvel at the mismatch. A bad quarterback, a bad team. We have seen what that combination can do. Josh McCown was terrible last year, winning only one game, struggling mightily to overcome an offense that was stuck in place. The Cleveland Browns were terrible. Not as bad as the Tampa Bay Bucs – no one was – but it was another year in which no playoff tickets were printed. This couldn’t amount to anything,…

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This time, can the Bucs develop a QB?

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They have been here before. They have smiled the same smiles, and nodded the same nods, and used the same adjectives. They have thought about the future in the same way. They have dared the same dreams. Now, it is Jameis Winston who is the darling of the Tampa Bay Bucs. Once, it was Doug Williams. Then Steve Young. And Vinny Testaverde. And Trent Dilfer. And Josh Freeman. This time, can the Bucs get it right? Winston is young, even…

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Washington Times slurps Marco Rubio

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Wash Times’ Adam Guillette on Marco Rubio…Any commentary which includes the sentence “Jeb Bush recently said that the party needs to stop looking back to Reagan and start looking toward the future. Marco Rubio is that future” is just going to be bad for Charlie Crist. The full article: On the surface, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist appears to be the rising star in the Sunshine State. Mr. Crist won a landslide election, maintains high approval ratings and was considered as…

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