Tampa Bay Storm

  1. Storm falls to Predators again


    ORLANDO — For the second time this season, the Storm put up plenty of points against the rival Predators.

    For the second time, it wasn't enough.

  2. Storm hopes to avoid repeating mistakes


    TAMPA — Tampa Bay travels to Orlando for the latest installment of the "War on I-4" and in what has been the case over the years, the series is tight and tonight's game carries significant weight.

    Returner Michael Lindsey of the Storm takes a Predators kick to the end zone for a touchdown against Orlando on March 29.
  3. Storm loses to Jacksonville Sharks


    JACKSONVILLE — The Storm turned the ball over five times Friday night in a 60-41 loss to the Sharks at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

  4. Storm-Jacksonville preview



  5. Storm tops Philadelphia


    TAMPA — The last time the Storm took the field, it fumbled while trying to run out the clock and watched as Orlando scored a pair of touchdowns in the final 50 seconds to steal a victory.

  6. Chris Smith starts strong for Storm


    TAMPA — From one-on-one coverage to receivers moving forward as the ball is snapped, Arena Football's rules are slanted toward the offense.

    No defensive back has been better the first three weeks of the season than the Storm's Chris Smith.
  7. Sports in brief


    College football

    pa. court denies sandusky appeal

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court said it would not review Jerry Sandusky's child molestation conviction, but other legal avenues remain open to the former Penn State assistant football coach.

  8. Storm blows late lead in loss to Orlando


    TAMPA — Tampa Bay was 45 seconds and a couple of rushes up the gut from starting the season 3-0 for the first time since 2001.

    The Storm’s Amarri Jackson beats Predators defensive back Phillip Thomas for one of his five touchdown catches.
  9. Lawrence Samuels has long history with Storm-Preds battle


    TAMPA — Tampa Bay's long-standing rivalry with Orlando ranks as the greatest in Arena Football League history, and few know the "War on I-4" better than the Storm's rookie coach.

    Lawrence Samuels celebrates after scoring a touchdown during a 2006 game against the Orlando Predators.
  10. Storm beats San Antonio, moves to 2-0


    SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Amarri Jackson's 12-yard touchdown catch with four seconds left gave the Storm a 48-45 win over San Antonio on Friday at the Alamodome.