When the citizens of Hillsborough County voted in 1996 to build a football stadium for the Buccaneers, I figured that was the last word on the subject. The ability to forecast the future with such accuracy is the reason ...
This game was supposed to be a lifeboat for the Buccaneers, a chance to get things right against a bad team. Perhaps they could set up a fast finish to salvage a dram of respectability from a season that has turned into ...
This is the type of game that gets a coach fired.
Four games remain in the season for the Buccaneers, and that means the speculation about Raheem Morris' job security will likely drag on for at least another month. The Bucs qualify as one of this season's major disappoi...
The college football season was two games old, and already Mark Richt was out of a job. Facts only got in the way of the story.
Under the circumstances, Joe Henderson writes, this was about as good a recovery as the conference could have made as it tries to remain worthy of BCS status.
Losing seasons, even the kind the Buccaneers are enduring, don't always lead to a housecleaning of the coaching staff and front office. It's different, though, when the fans simply stop believing it will get better.
The worst part isn't the losing streak, which has reached six games following Sunday's 38-19 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Nor is it the fact the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had to use backup quarterback Josh Johnson after Jos...
Turn the page on this frustrating USF football season, Joe Henderson writes. Better yet, rip it out of the record book and destroy all traces.
The Bulls close out another disappointing Big East schedule tonight. For columnist Joe Henderson, this season was an opportunity lost.
In college and the pros, Joe Henderson writes, the Sunshine State is mired in a period of its storied football history that's as sorry as it has ever been.
People will overlook a lot of things when you win two national championships. Against that backdrop, Urban Meyer was formally introduced Monday as the new head football coach at Ohio State.
The forecast in Gainesville is for a long winter and a longer spring before the Gators return next season, Joe Henderson writes. Things look a lot better in Tallahassee.