Bulls nation one step closer to stadium

It was during last September’s groundbreaking ceremony for the University of South Florida’s practice facility that Will Weatherford discussed the desire to move ahead with an on-campus football stadium. “Frankly,

Outback Bowl offers intriguing matchup between Penn State and Arkansas

The Outback Bowl is a Tampa tradition and college football fans have the opportunity to ring in 2022 by enjoying, what should be, an outstanding game between Penn State and

Two leaders from Valspar share lessons learned from 2021 and what’s to come in 2022

The Valspar Championship, Tampa Bay’s PGA TOUR event, is a major economic driver to the region and generates millions in charitable contributions every year. The tournament’s charitable initiatives come through

Gasparilla Bowl gears up for Thursday night game

The circumstances surrounding Thursday night’s Gasparilla Bowl are a far cry from last year. That is a good thing. Last year’s Gasparilla Bowl, between South Carolina and UAB, which would

Lightning scores partnerships with TGH, Crown Auto, Florida Blue and more

While the Tampa Bay Lightning opened the 2021-22 season by raising another Stanley Cup banner, the team has been busy tending to partnerships and agreements that are visible to fans

Museum tells the story of Tampa’s rich baseball history (PHOTOS)

Tampa has a rich baseball history and, thanks to the effort of several individuals within the community, the Tampa Baseball Museum at the Al Lopez House in Ybor City will

Valspar Championship generated more than $1.6 million for charity in 2021

The 2021 Valspar Championship, Tampa Bay’s PGA TOUR event, generated charitable contributions of $1,657,000 for charity in 2021. The tournament’s charitable initiatives come through the sponsoring organization, Copperhead Charities. “We

What NIL could mean for USF athletes

University of South Florida sophomore defensive end Le’Vontae Camiel tweeted on the morning of July 1 that he profited from joining Yoke, a gaming company that allows fans to play

Fall football is back — baby!

Are you ready for some football? If not, you will be—that’s a promise—by the time Raymond James Stadium rocks and rolls over the course of 48 hours in early September.

USF athletics director speaks on busy spring season and name, image and likeness rights

As Michael Kelly spoke to the media last week about the state of affairs with the University of South Florida athletics and the collegiate athletic landscape in general, he did

Editorial: Following the Bolts on the road to Raleigh (PHOTOS)

Sports fans who have been missing the roar of the crowds are buying tickets again, and those of us with travel lust are checking airline schedules and happy to travel

Sports roundup: The Lightning and the Bulls charge ahead this week

When the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrated their Stanley Cup win last summer, they did so 2,800 miles away from home in Edmonton’s empty Rogers Place. The way the Lightning have