Florida State fans storm the field after Friday's 45-38 win over the Gators.
FSU ends a three-game losing streak in the series, and UF loses to Tennessee, FSU and Georgia for the first time in the same year.
Tampa Bay gets out to a quick three-goal lead in bouncing back from Monday’s loss to the Bruins.
The Bucs’ clash with the Browns on Sunday will be their first game in 14 days.
A series that died in 2008 turned into a fun rivalry. It’s going on break after this weekend.


  1. Lakewood receiver Gage Nix shakes off a hit to complete his 12-yard fourth-quarter touchdown catch in the Spartans' 63-42 region final victory over Calvary Christian.
  2. Clearwater Central Catholic struggles a bit in the second half, but still finds a way to top Carrollwood Day and move on to the Class 1M state semifinals.
  3. 4 hours ago• Florida State Seminoles
    Florida State fans storm the field after Friday's 45-38 win over the Gators.
  4. Jesuit running back Joquez Smith sprints free for a long touchdown run during a 31-0 playoff victory over Largo Friday night.
  5. Lightning and Blues players fight in the first period Friday night at Amalie Arena.
  6. Jesuit linebacker Troy Bowles signals a change of downs after stopping Largo in first-half playoff action Friday night.
  7. England's Harry Kane, left, fights for the ball against the United States' Tyler Adams during the World Cup Group B soccer match at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor , Qatar, on Friday.
  8. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady fires up the Allianz Arena audience as he runs onto the field before his team's Nov. 13 game against the Seahawks in Munich, Germany. The Bucs won, 21-16.
  9. Vita Vea, seen here earlier in the season, was back at practice on Friday.
  10. Lightning center Alex Barre-Boulet, left, is back with the NHL team after a successful stint in Syracuse.
  11. The Rays recently added infield prospect Curtis Mead to their 40-man roster.
  12. USF and UCF will play the final "War on I-4" for a while on Saturday. Will the Bulls be celebrating the way they did in 2015?
  13. Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, left, celebrates after scoring a goal during the World Cup Group H soccer match against Ghana at the Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, on Thursday.
  14. Lightning coach Jon Cooper gets kudos from TNT studio analyst Rick Tocchet, who used to be behind the Tampa Bay bench, for keeping his messaging fresh after winning two Stanley Cups.
  15. Bucs rookie running back Rachaad White proved to offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich that he is ready to handle more of the offensive load after his performance against Seattle.
  16. Lightning defenseman Zach Bogosian, also know as the team's grill master, will be hosting Thanksgiving festivities again this year.
  17. Defensive tackle Vita Vea, seen here earlier this season, is dealing with a foot injury and may not be available against the Browns on Sunday.
  18. Bucs receiver Julio Jones makes a catch during warmups before his team's Nov. 6 game against the Rams at Raymond James Stadium.
  19. Clearwater Central Catholic quarterback Jershaun Newton has thrown for 1,822 yards and 20 touchdowns with only one interception and rushed 115 times for 1,046 yards and 13 touchdowns.
  20. An ill-fated attempt to create a new super league of soccer teams in Europe did not endear the Glazers to Manchester United fans, as this sign from 2021 suggests. The Bucs owners announced this week they are willing to consider offers to sell their historic soccer franchise.
  21. Florida receiver Xzavier Henderson takes off for a touchdown during the second half against Georgia on Oct. 29 in Jacksonville.
  22. Florida Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson will try to lead his team past Florida State on Friday.
  23. Bucs tight end Cameron Brate (84) gains yards after catching a pass during a game against the Green Bay Packers in September at Raymond James Stadium.
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