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Tampa Bay Storm

  1. Storm loses by 44, worst loss in team history

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    TAMPA — The Storm blew a 21-point fourth-quarter lead last week against Orlando, eventually losing on a two-point conversion in overtime 63-62.

    There was no such drama Saturday.

  2. Storm faces Philadelphia trying to forget tough loss

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    TAMPA — Tampa Bay dominated Orlando in every fashion for 50 minutes last weekend. But those last 10 minutes proved the Storm's undoing as Tampa Bay blew a 21-point fourth-quarter lead and lost in overtime to the rival Predators 63-62 in a game that will go down as one of the War on I-4's most entertaining.

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  3. Storm falls to Orlando in OT

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    ORLANDO — That one hurt.

    The Storm looked to be on cruise control. Orlando's fans were streaming for the exits. Even the Predators' in-game hype man sounded defeated. But the Storm snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.

  4. Storm QB Boltus set to face old team, the Predators

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    TAMPA — Jason Boltus' commute will be much easier this week.

  5. Defense leads Storm to rout of nemesis Jacksonville

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    TAMPA — Happy belated birthday, Coach.

  6. Storm braces for Jacksonville's offense

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    TAMPA — Tampa Bay's offense hasn't exactly been as productive as coach Lawrence Samuels would like.

    But his secondary has.

  7. Storm falls to Cleveland in final minute

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    CLEVELAND — Dominick Goodman's touchdown with 52 seconds left broke a 48-48 tie and Donnie Fletcher's interception return clinched Cleveland's 62-54 Arena League victory over the Storm on Friday.

  8. After slow start, Tampa Bay Storm rips New Orleans

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    TAMPA — What a difference a week can make.

  9. Storm offense lacks QB protection

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    TAMPA — Storm QB Jason Boltus likely could describe every nook and cranny of Amalie Arena's ceiling after last week's game against San Jose. That's because he spent the vast majority of the night on his back.

  10. Storm falls to San Jose

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    TAMPA — Turnovers and an insurmountable first-half deficit were the Storm's bugaboos Friday night as San Jose remained unbeaten with a 36-27 win in front of 8,588 at Amalie Arena.