Tampa News Saturday, March 31 St. pete, 44th avenue ne, Trask & more…
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- Residents in a St. Pete neighborhood are reporting that dogs are falling ill and dying after mysterious bags of dog food are being dropped in their yards, believed to be poisoned.
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- Kyle Trask showed he belongs in Florida Gators’ quarterback race
- GAINESVILLE – The most impressive quarterback in Florida’s scrimmage wasn’t the incumbent, quarterback Feleipe Franks.It wasn’t the blue-chip early enrollee, Emory Jones, either.If three hours
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- The owner says the kidney failure was caused by wet dog food laced with Acetaminophen, known best as Tylenol, which is extremely toxic to dogs.
- Rob McCahan says he believes the contaminated food was tossed into his yard from the alley behind his home on 44th Avenue North in St. Pete.
- Just a few houses down from McCahan’s, on the 700 block of 44thAvenue NE in the North East Park community of St. Pete,another dog apparently died in the exact same manner.
- This pet owner shared her devastating experience on social media online with her neighbors, saying their dog died this past Monday, and wanted to warn others that someone was doing this.
- St. Pete Police were out in the neighborhood again Friday trying to confirm this second report of a dog’s death, but have not yet been able to.
- If three hours in the rain Friday night at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium was any indication, the Gators’ best chance to rebound from last year’s 4-7 flop might be the former high school backup whose next pass in a college game will be his first.
- The last coaching staff raved about Trask’s accuracy, which is why Jim McElwain offered a scholarship to an unheralded three-star recruit who was the No. 2 quarterback at his own school (Texas’ Manvel High).
- Trask redshirted in 2016, then lost the quarterback competition to Franks last season.
- Although Trask is built like a pro-style passer (6-foot-4, 238 pounds), he’s comfortable running, as Mullen’s quarterbacks typically do.
- That means Franks’ experience might not help him much, especially with a different system one Trask seems to know a little about already.