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It wasn’t time to cut Koetter

Macy McClintock, Sports Editor

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Opinion, Perspectives, Pro Sports, Sports

As a beaming Bucs fan and aggressively passionate feminist, I've found myself morally torn throughout this season. And it's left me with a huge dislike for Jameis Winston. Yes, he served his suspension, yet he continues to make wrong life choices on top of not playing up to the hype that continuously...

Hiring is a new coach is a smart move for the Bucs

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Pro Sports, Sports

As an emotionally exhausted Bucs fan, I am relieved that they moved on from Dirk Koetter and signed Bruce Arians as their new head coach. It was time for a fresh start and Arians is perfect for the job. History shows that Arians can lead a team and produce wins, as he only had one losing season in...

Should the Buc get Cut?

Should the Buc get Cut?

Macy McClintock and Jack Kirk, Sports Editor and Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


Filed under Football, Opinion, Perspectives, Pro Sports, Sports

This past December, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired Head Coach Dirk Koetter after going 5-11 throughout the season. Two staffers face off to debate whether or not it really was time for Koetter to go.

Tampa Bay Lightning looking for another playoff berth in 2018-2019 season

Tampa Bay Lightning looking for another playoff berth in 2018-2019 season

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018


Filed under Pro Sports, Sports

Last season, the Tampa Bay Lightning had a very successful season as they were the number one seed in the Eastern conference and made to the Eastern Conference Finals, losing the series 4-3 to the Washington Capitals. Going into this season, the Lightning kept their core players and are eyeing another...

Despite Struggles, Lightning Can’t Panic

Despite Struggles, Lightning Can’t Panic

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

November 12, 2015


Filed under Pro Sports, Sports

Seventeen games cannot prove that the Tampa Bay Lightning are a bad hockey team. Sure, 17 games into the season, Tampa Bay holds just a 7-8-2 record (16 points), but with 65 games to go, there is plenty of time for head coach Jon Cooper’s club to right the ship. “You can’t hang your head,...

Five Observations From Week Two of Buccaneers Preseason

Five Observations From Week Two of Buccaneers Preseason

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

August 25, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Pro Sports, Showcase, Sports

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers picked up their first home win of any sort since 2013 last night as they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 25-11 on ESPN's Monday Night Football. Below are five things worth noting as the preseason rolls on into week three for the Bucs. 1. Offense improving Offensively, things clicked f...

San Francisco Wins 2014 World Series

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

October 30, 2014


Filed under Baseball, Pro Sports, Sports

For the third time since 2010, the San Francisco Giants are World Series champions. Kansas City was able to force a Game 7 with a win on Tuesday night, but the Giants came back to win the series  on Wednesday with a 3-2 victory at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. Sacrifice flies by Michael Morse...

San Francisco Evens World Series

San Francisco Evens World Series

Bailey Adams, Sports Editor

October 26, 2014


Filed under Pro Sports, Sports

Trailing 4-2 through four innings on Saturday night, the Giants rallied to an 11-4 victory to even the World Series at two games apiece. Hunter Pence singled in a run in the fifth inning before Juan Perez’s sacrifice fly tied the game at four just three batters later. The Giants then scored three...

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