The Sports Corner blog is going to be changing it up this week. All of the USF material is moving back to The Bull Rush site. I know, I can’t help myself no matter how hard I try. So what will become of the Sports Corner, well, it will simply just adjust a bit.
Let’s be honest, my care for the Bucs and Magic are very limited. There is enough Bucs talk on the internet and the Magic are just so bad I could care less. With that said, my second favorite team will be taking over for the Sports Blog, renaming it the Rays Corner. The blog will continue to be twice a week, Monday and Friday, and will simply recap the week in Rays baseball and will continue to talk about Durham since it seems half their roster is already now here in the big leagues. It’s a slight change, but the blog will remain on its usual schedule.
Here is latest Sports Corner blog and probably the last in its current state. I will have another blog later today to explain it all, but for now, here is the latest from all of the sports team I cover/follow along. Continue reading
Here is the latest on the Sports Corner. USF MBB got some good news during the week. Meanwhile the Rays swept Detroit as they got back over .500 on the year. Check out the latest in this report as the summer months draw ever closer. Continue reading
Jake Odorizzi is on the 10-day DL with hamstring tightness.
There was a lot going on the diamonds for USF baseball, softball, and for the Tampa Bay Rays. Meanwhile the USF football team had its spring game in front of the home crowd at Corbett Stadium. Here is the latest in this Sports Corner. Continue reading
Here we are, another busy week in sports. USF baseball and softball were in action through the week while the big club in town, the Rays, struggled on the road. In other news, the Orlando Magic’s season finally came to an end. Here is the latest Sports Corner. Continue reading
USF softball, led by Kalen McGill and others, helped the Bulls to get out of the AAC basement.
The Bulls and Rays found a lot of success over the weekend on their respective diamonds. The USF softball team swept ECU to get back to .500 on the year in league play and out of last place in AAC. Meanwhile the Rays moved to 5-2, taking 3 out of 4 games against the Blue Jays. It was a solid weekend overall. And to cap it off, USF baseball swept their series and are now in 2nd place in the AAC standings. Continue reading
Logan Morrison is 6 for his first 13 to begin the year for the Rays.
In the latest Sports Corner, the Rays enter the weekend at 2-2 while USF baseball and softball prepare to get back to work. In the basketball world, USF men’s basketball completed its staff while the Orlando Magic prepare to wrap up another long year. Continue reading