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Hello there, back to blogging
Posted May 4, 2010 by Scott Carter
Updated May 4, 2010 at 03:36 PM
After more than a week away from Shootin’ the Bull, I’m back. And like Jason Pierre-Paul, my back hurts.
His back aches from returning to football; mine from some rare physical labor.
I’m no longer a Tallahassean living in part-time in Tampa. There is not a lot to say other than moving really stinks.
Finally back in the Tampa Bay area full-time, I’m officially relaunching my little blog here on tbo.com.
OK, I’m done. That statement should suffice. The blog is officially relaunched.
I plan to have some sort of summer contest that I’ll post on here soon, but for now, a few tidbits from the headlines today:
USF lost out to Marquette for coveted 6-foot-8 center Davante Gardner of King’s Fork (Va.) High.
“I liked the atmosphere there and all the people up there,’’ Gardner told the Suffolk (Va.) News-Herald. “It’s a whole lot of stress off me.’’
For more on this story, click here to read about Gardner’s decision.
USF has officially responded to former football coach Jim Leavitt’s lawsuit, filing a motion to dismiss the complaint. I’ll have more on this in Wednesday’s Tampa Tribune.
Anyway, when I returned to work today I had more than 500 e-mails to decipher. I noticed several are from regular readers of the blog and newspaper. I promise to respond to them all and thanks for checking in.
Glad to be back.