Tampa Bay Storm

  1. Storm eyeing playoff scenarios

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    TAMPA — As playoff time comes into view, most coaches choose to ignore the postseason chatter and focus on the present. A much smaller number of coaches talk openly about what lies ahead.

  2. Storm falls at Cleveland, winning streak ends at five

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    CLEVELAND — The Storm fought back from a bad first-half ending Friday night but fell to Cleveland 48-41.

    Chris Hovan
  3. Storm wins fifth in a row

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    TAMPA — Not much has separated Tampa Bay and Orlando through the years. Saturday night was no exception.

  4. Storm's turnaround puts it in playoff hunt

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    TAMPA — What a difference a month makes.

    The play of quarterback Randy Hippeard has been a big reason for the Storm's turnaround. [KENT NISHIMURA | Times]
  5. Storm squanders lead, wins in overtime

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    DES MOINES, Iowa — After blowing a 14-point lead in the final minute, and getting intercepted to start overtime, the Storm looked to be headed for a heartbreaking and critical loss Saturday night. What it got instead was its fourth straight victory, 62-56 in overtime.

  6. Quarterback Hippeard's return inspires Storm

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    TAMPA — As the final second ticked off the clock, nearly every Storm player jumped in the air to celebrate the win. Not quarterback Randy Hippeard.

    He was looking for a place to sit down.

  7. James Harrell's touchdowns spark Storm's turnaround

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    TAMPA — It didn't take long for James Harrell to learn the ways of Arena Football.

  8. Storm defeats New Orleans for second straight win

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    NEW ORLEANS — Plant High grad James Harrell bridged halftime with two touchdowns Friday to propel the Tampa Bay Storm to a second straight win, 62-48 over New Orleans.

  9. Storm routs Jacksonville 56-35

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    TAMPA — It began with Jacksonville. And Saturday night, it ended with Jacksonville.

    Storm receiver Joe Hills goes over the barrier after catching a touchdown pass during the first quarter.
  10. At midseason, struggling Storm has work to do

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    TAMPA — What began as a promising start for first-year coach Lawrence Samuels has taken a nose dive. The Storm (3-6) is in the midst of a five-game losing streak and hosts the team that started the skid, the Jacksonville Sharks, tonight at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. At the halfway point of the season, it's time to …

    Storm wide receiver/kick returner Michael Lindsey takes off against the Orlando Predators during a March 29 game. He has been one of the club’s few bright spots midway through the season.