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  • Hyperloop in Florida? Look into transportation’s far-flung future
    • TAMPA — Imagine being able to move at the speed of sound.This far-flung idea could be reality in as little as three years, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies co-founder and CEO Dirk Ahlbor
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  • Ten observations from 10 USF spring practices
    • Though Bulls coach Charlie Strong has limited what the media can observe this spring (typically the last 15-20 minutes of practice), we nonetheless have seen, heard and sensed enough to deduce a few
    • redshirt freshman, redshirt freshman Elijah, redshirt sophomore Mi’Cario, Sophomore tackles Kelvin, redshirt freshman Darrien
  • School staff saves life of Wesley Chapel 16-year-old who suffered cardiac arrest during gym class
    • A 16-year-old high school student has a second chance at life thanks to the well-trained team of school employees that saved his life when went into cardiac arrest during gym class.
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  • The Hyperloop concept was developed by Elon Musk, who open-sourced the design so that companies like Ahlborns could actually create the systems.
  • While some consider Hyperloop an outlandish concept the idea of putting 40 people in a tube and shooting them off from Orlando to Miami in 25 minutes can be hard to grasp other ideas like Ubers Pool service are aimed at making smaller changes to transportation networks that could have…
  • Moshkani said the company plans to bring the service to Tampa Bay in the future.
  • TAMPA BAY TIMES COVERAGE: BUS RAPID TRANSIT Tampa Bays transit future: Light rails out.
  • Here are three examples (March 19, 2018) Tampa Bays new transit goal: Dedicated BRT lanes from St. Pete to USF Tampa (March 28, 2018) The implications of ridesharing, whether as an individual, as part of a carpool, or in driverless cars, go beyond the cost and environmental impacts, Moshkani said….

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  • Though Bulls coach Charlie Strong has limited what the media can observe this spring (typically the last 15-20 minutes of practice), we nonetheless have seen, heard and sensed enough to deduce a few things.
  • For the second consecutive spring, redshirt freshman Elijah Mack has turned heads, busting loose for a 70-yard run during situational third-down scrimmage work Tuesday.
  • Sophomore tackles Kelvin Pinkney and Kevin Kegler continue progressing after promising rookie seasons (26 combined tackles), redshirt sophomore Mi’Cario Stanley is coming along, and veteran Kevin Bronson has been un-blockable at times (functional phrase: at times).
  • No one has been especially consistent during the open portions of practice, though John Carroll University transfer Jake Vivonetto has had some nice moments (including 40- and 45-yard field goals Tuesday).
  • The Tarpon Springs High alumnus practically has been a possession receiver during some open portions of practice, catching four TD passes in one day.

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  • WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla. At 6-foot-5, Samuel Mazzeo stands above most of his classmates at Cypress Creek High School in Wesley Chapel.
  • She did CPR, while Secretary Hannah Hall brought the AED device and delivered a life saving electric shock to Mazzeos heart.
  • Thanks to this dream team of everyday school employees, Mazzeo regained consciousness and got to the hospital just in time.
  • Doctors say Mazzeo suffered cardiac arrest and hasa heart ailment called ARVD.
  • But after surgery, and a little time to rest, Mazzeo is back at school.

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