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The first 100 guests in Carrollwood on Dec. 12 received free Aussie Grill for a year. TAMPA, FL - Aussie Grill by Outback is now open in Tampa's Carrollwood neighborhood at 14777 N. Dale Mabry Highway and is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily for dine-in, drive-thru, online ordering and pick-up.The signature item behind the concept is the ability to grab a perfectly cooked steak in under 5 minutes from a drive-thru. The menu also features salads, burgers, chicken sandwiches, and more. Delivery is available through Grubhub, Do...
TAMPA, FL - Aussie Grill by Outback is now open in Tampa's Carrollwood neighborhood at 14777 N. Dale Mabry Highway and is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily for dine-in, drive-thru, online ordering and pick-up.
The signature item behind the concept is the ability to grab a perfectly cooked steak in under 5 minutes from a drive-thru. The menu also features salads, burgers, chicken sandwiches, and more. Delivery is available through Grubhub, DoorDash, and Uber Eats. A favorite item on the menu list is the Crispy Sriracha Chicken Sandwich, which is a hand-breaded chicken breast topped with a tangy, sweet, and spicy sauce.
Nearly 150 people waited in line waiting to get into Aussie Grill on opening day to win “A Taste of Aussie Grill for a Year.”
The first 100 guests on Dec. 12 received a certificate book containing $10 a week for 52 consecutive weeks.
"We’re excited to introduce Aussie Grill’s adventurous and award-winning tastes to the Carrollwood community," said Suk Singh, President of Aussie Grill, prior to the opening.
Suk Singh was named President of Aussie Grill in 2019 after serving as Executive Vice President, Chief Development Officer – International and Franchising for Bloomin’ Brands. As President of Aussie Grill, Suk is responsible for the strategic growth, positioning, operations, and profitability of the company’s only fast-casual brand. In addition, Suk provides leadership for international franchising.
Bloomin’ Brands International operates more than 250 restaurants in 19 countries and territories.
Glen Helton has years of experience and a vast knowledge of the restaurant industry, joining the Aussie Grill team as a consultant in early 2022. He was quickly identified as the right leader to oversee Aussie Grill operations as a permanent member of the Leadership Team, charged with taking the brand from feasibility to a profitable growth plan.
Chef Efrem Cutler is the Vice President of Research & Development for Bloomin’ Brands Inc. (BBI), Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Outback Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, and Aussie Grill Inspired by Outback. With nearly four decades in the industry, Chef Cutler is the mastermind behind all Aussie Grill’s favorites. He holds a degree from Baltimore International Culinary College, where he graduated on the dean’s list with honors.
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GAINESVILLE — Florida’s biggest college football programs got better Wednesday on early signing day.The Gators signed a class that lacked superstars but was deeper than usual. Florida State boasts the nation’s No. 2 transfer class, while the Miami Hurricanes had their best haul since 2008.But are any of them enough to return those programs to glory? That’s the question that will linger long after an eventful Wednesday.Here are six takeaways from the start of the early signing period:1. The...
GAINESVILLE — Florida’s biggest college football programs got better Wednesday on early signing day.
The Gators signed a class that lacked superstars but was deeper than usual. Florida State boasts the nation’s No. 2 transfer class, while the Miami Hurricanes had their best haul since 2008.
But are any of them enough to return those programs to glory? That’s the question that will linger long after an eventful Wednesday.
Here are six takeaways from the start of the early signing period:
Billy Napier’s first full class is 12th nationally and seventh in the SEC (including future members Texas and Oklahoma). That’s on par with recent rankings from Dan Mullen and Jim McElwain, but the 18 blue-chip recruits are tied for UF’s most since 2010.
Fourteen of the 20 signees are from Florida. However, the Gators were relatively quiet Wednesday and failed to land any of the state’s top 20 prospects (including those at Bradenton’s IMG Academy.
“Obviously, there’s a lot of others out there we’d like to have, too,” Napier said of his in-state recruiting, “but I do think this group reflects our philosophy, if that makes sense.”
The philosophy is an inside-out approach that must continue to improve.
The Gators’ biggest win happened last month when they flipped quarterback Jaden Rashada from Miami. The California native is the nation’s No. 56 overall prospect and UF’s highest-rated quarterback since Will Grier in 2014. Napier said Rashada is a football junkie with a great arm.
But Napier also said UF will pursue a passer through the portal. That passer will be Wisconsin’s Graham Mertz. The Kansas native was a top-100 national recruit and had a historic first start (20-of-21 passing for 248 yards and five touchdowns against Illinois in 2020). His career numbers with the Badgers, however, are pedestrian: 38 touchdown passes, 26 interceptions and a 127.7 passing efficiency.
Mertz announced the move late Wednesday. He wasn’t the top quarterback in the portal — North Carolina State’s Devin Leary chose Kentucky, while Coastal Carolina’s Grayson McCall is still weighing his options — but perhaps Mertz needs only a change of scenery to live up to his potential.
The Seminoles had an eventful day, beating Miami for top-500 athlete Edwin Joseph but losing top-100 recruit Keldric Faulk to Auburn. FSU also held onto Hykeem Williams, the program’s first five-star signee since 2017 (a class that included Cam Akers).
FSU’s recruiting ranking (20th) doesn’t tell the full story. The Seminoles picked up six players through the transfer portal in a class that’s only behind Michigan. Two of those players, South Carolina tight end Jaheim Bell and UTEP offensive lineman Jeremiah Byers, were among the top 20 players in the portal, according to 247Sports. Add in Colorado offensive lineman Casey Roddick, Miami defensive lineman Darrell Jackson and Auburn offensive lineman Keiondre Jones, and the Seminoles gained 105 career Division I-A starts.
Many of FSU’s best players, including running back Trey Benson, defensive end Jared Verse and offensive lineman Dillan Gibbons, were portal pickups under coach Mike Norvell. Their success has made FSU a top destination for transfers.
New Bulls coach Alex Golesh had only two and a half weeks to prepare for the early signing period, so it’s unfair to expect too much. He did, however, add 16 signees (12 from high schools or junior colleges and four transfers) in a class that’s ninth among current AAC members.
One of them was James Jenkins, a three-star offensive lineman from Carrollwood Day. He decommitted from Cincinnati last week and was also pursued by East Carolina. Golesh also got Clearwater Academy International offensive lineman Nikola Milovac to flip from Old Dominion.
USF’s transfer acquisitions include a pair of former blue-chip recruits from blue-blood programs: cornerback Kendall Dennis from Oklahoma and edge rusher Lloyd Summerall from Florida. Summerall is a Lakeland native who appeared in 28 games for the Gators.
Most of the area’s top prospects stuck with their oral commitments: Five-star Berkeley Prep linebacker Keon Keeley (Alabama), four-star Jesuit High linebacker Troy Bowles (Georgia), four-star Clearwater Academy International offensive lineman Lucas Simmons (Florida State) and four-star Wiregrass Ranch receiver Bryson Rodgers (Ohio State). Four-star Carrollwood Day offensive lineman Clay Wedin was Auburn’s first signee.
One exception was Lakewood High edge rusher Isaiah Nixon. The No. 267 overall recruit flipped from Florida to UCF, where he first committed over the spring.
The Hurricanes kept a pair of five-star offensive linemen, Francis Mauigoa and Samson Okunlola, and beat Alabama to secure four-star cornerback Damari Brown. The class was fourth nationally, which would be the Hurricanes’ best haul since finishing No. 1 in 2008. If it stands.
The uncertainty stems from the nation’s No. 2 overall recruit, Lakeland High cornerback Cormani McClain. He picked the ‘Canes over Florida and Alabama in October but did not sign Wednesday. Mario Cristobal’s first full class is good either way but will be elite if McClain sticks.
TAMPA — Apps that use Global Positioning System, or GPS, to provide directions are pretty good at finding destinations like office buildings, but are not much use once you enter.That’s not a problem in most offices, which have directories in the lobby and signs on doors and corridor walls. But it is a problem for the visually impaired who often have no way to navigate buildings without help.That was what inspired Tampa startup Lazarillo to spend five years enhancing a GPS app that provides audible navigation cues fo...
TAMPA — Apps that use Global Positioning System, or GPS, to provide directions are pretty good at finding destinations like office buildings, but are not much use once you enter.
That’s not a problem in most offices, which have directories in the lobby and signs on doors and corridor walls. But it is a problem for the visually impaired who often have no way to navigate buildings without help.
That was what inspired Tampa startup Lazarillo to spend five years enhancing a GPS app that provides audible navigation cues for the blind and visually impaired.
Now, through a partnership with the city of Tampa, the app can be used to navigate Old City Hall, the Tampa Municipal Office Building and Julian B. Lane Park. The city plans to expand the service to more locations in the upcoming year.
Raquel Pancho, Tampa’s Americans with Disabilities Act coordinator, said she’s seen visually impaired students at the University of South Florida who had to learn a path of travel to a classroom. But the unknown of going to new places can be a tremendous barrier, she said. Florida has more than 500,000 visually impaired residents, according to the National Federation of the Blind.
“This Lazarillo app will provide this incredible independence, so a person can actually go solo if they wanted to,” Pancho said.
Once inside a building, the app communicates with wall-mounted Bluetooth beacons that tell the software the exact location of the user. In multistory buildings like Old City Hall, it can provide different information on every level, including which departments and offices are on each floor and the location of bathrooms, elevators and exits.
Lazarillo Chief Executive Officer René Espinoza said the app is free to download and works on both iPhone and Android smartphones. He said it was inspiring for a small startup to have the opportunity to partner with the city.
The company’s app is already used by more than 250,000 people, according to the company’s website, and has worked with several organizations to configure it to provide additional navigation options at sites including sectors of Detroit and the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. The company’s name is Spanish slang for “guide dog” in some Latin American countries.
Espinoza founded the company in Chile but moved to Tampa in 2019. It is among more than 434 startups that have received support through Tampa Bay Wave, the city’s technology incubator and accelerator known for its cohorts and training programs.
“We are focused on inclusivity in our city,” said Tampa Mayor Jane Castor at a news conference Wednesday. “To have this Lazarillo app that is invented right here as an innovation in a hub like Tampa Bay Wave is really exciting.”
Local residents with disabilities helped the city to beta test the app at city locations. Among the features they requested was information about accessibility for the disabled such as wheelchair ramps.
One of the testers was Carrollwood resident Janet Bayer, who began to lose her vision about 10 years ago.
Bayer, who uses a cane to walk, said she’s tried five different smartphone navigation apps designed for the visually impaired. They all had one thing in common: “Once you get to the address, it stops there. It doesn’t recognize anything inside,” she said. “That’s what’s unique about Lazarillo.”
One of the tests she did was at Julian B. Lane Park, where the app was able to inform her of the location of the dog park, the water, the trash cans and shelters from the sun.
She would love to see the service expanded to more destinations like malls so her phone can direct her to Macy’s.
“This is what we’re looking for,” she said. “We don’t want to be a burden to our families and friends. We want to be independent and this application is giving us that.”
AUBURN — For the first time in half a decade, Auburn football coach Hugh Freeze signed recruits to an SEC program.Freeze, who returned to the conference and ...
AUBURN — For the first time in half a decade, Auburn football coach Hugh Freeze signed recruits to an SEC program.
Freeze, who returned to the conference and became the coach of the Tigers in November, added some talent Wednesday with the early signing period opening. The two biggest moves of the day for Auburn were the acquisitions of four-star recruits Kayin Lee and Keldric Faulk, who were previously committed to Ohio State and Florida State, respectively, before flipping to the Tigers.
Faulk instantly became the highest-rated player in Auburn's class, according to the 247Sports Composite, and Lee is in the top four.
In total, Auburn officially added 18 players to the class.
Four-star running back Jeremiah Cobb was the only player with a verbal commitment to Auburn who did not have the signing of his NLI announced, which was expected coming into the day. He may or may not have put pen to paper, but it wasn't made public by either him or the university. Cobb may be waiting until February to make things official, as that's when Montgomery Catholic hosts a ceremony to honor all of its players moving on to the next level.
Here's a list of every player that signed to Auburn on Wednesday.
Hometown/School: Tampa, Florida (Carrollwood Day School)
Vitals: 6-foot-6, 295 pounds
247Sports Composite: Four stars; national ranking: No. 412; position ranking: No. 28
Hometown/School: Fayetteville, Georgia (Whitewater)
Vitals: 6-foot-4, 320 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 1,359; position ranking: No. 148
Hometown/School: Auburn, Alabama (Auburn)
Vitals: 6-foot-2, 330 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 472; position ranking: No. 33
Hometown/School: Munford, Alabama (Munford)
Vitals: 5-foot-11, 195 pounds
247Sports Composite: Four stars; national ranking: No. 222; position ranking: No. 17
Hometown/School: Columbus, Georgia (Carver)
Vitals: 6-foot-4, 270 pounds
247Sports Composite: Four stars; national ranking: No. 188; position ranking: No. 26
Hometown/School: Natchitoches, Louisiana (Natchitoches Central)
Vitals: 6-foot-6, 300 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 686; position ranking: No. 53
Hometown/School: Auburn, Alabama (Loachapoka)
Vitals: 6-foot-2, 175 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 677; position ranking: No. 68
Hometown/School: Acworth, Georgia (Kennesaw Mountain)
Vitals: 6-foot-3, 280 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 514; position ranking: No. 38
Hometown/School: Nashville, Tennessee (Lipscomb Academy)
Vitals: 6-foot-4, 195 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 1,370; position ranking: No. 68
Hometown/School: Fairburn, Georgia (Langston Hughes)
Vitals: 6-foot-3, 195 pounds
247Sports Composite: Four stars; national ranking: No. 275; position ranking: No. 24
Hometown/School: McDonough, Georgia (Eagles Landing Christian Academy)
Vitals: 6-foot-1, 175 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 529; position ranking: No. 54
Hometown/School: Opelika, Alabama (Opelika)
Vitals: 6-foot-4, 245 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 966; position ranking: No. 92
Hometown/School: Fort Pierce, Florida (John Carroll)
Vitals: 6-foot-4, 245 pounds
247Sports Composite: Four stars; national ranking: No. 397; position ranking: No. 48
Hometown/School: Highland Home, Alabama (Highland Home)
Vitals: 6-foot-5, 240 pounds
247Sports Composite: Four stars; national ranking: No. 81; position ranking: No. 10
Hometown/School: Summit, Mississippi (Southwest Mississippi Community College)
Vitals: 6-foot-5, 320 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national juco ranking: No. 11; positional juco ranking: No. 4
Hometown/School: Campbellton, Florida (Chipley)
Vitals: 6-foot-2, 190 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national ranking: No. 477; position ranking: No 63
Hometown/School: Ellenwood, Georgia (Cedar Grove)
Vitals: 5-foot-11, 185 pounds
247Sports Composite: Four stars; national ranking: No. 209; position ranking: No. 25
Hometown/School: Council Bluffs, Iowa (Iowa Western Community College)
Vitals: 6-foot-4, 280 pounds
247Sports Composite: Three stars; national juco ranking: No. 31; positional juco ranking: No. 5
Richard Silva is the Auburn athletics beat writer for the Montgomery Advertiser. He can be reached via email at email@example.com or on Twitter @rich_silva18.
TAMPA (WFLA) – The new coaching staff at USF football showed their recruiting prowess adding 16 student-athletes to the Bulls’ roster Wednesday – including 12 high school and junior college recruits and four-year college transfers – when the NCAA Early Signing Period began. USF added five offensive lineman, three wide receivers, a running back, a tight end, three defensive backs and two defensive linemen.Six players are from the Tampa Bay area – including two through the transfer portal – and nine p...
TAMPA (WFLA) – The new coaching staff at USF football showed their recruiting prowess adding 16 student-athletes to the Bulls’ roster Wednesday – including 12 high school and junior college recruits and four-year college transfers – when the NCAA Early Signing Period began. USF added five offensive lineman, three wide receivers, a running back, a tight end, three defensive backs and two defensive linemen.
Six players are from the Tampa Bay area – including two through the transfer portal – and nine players from the state of Florida. Three of the Division I-transfers to join the Bulls came from the SEC, Big Ten and Big 12 – with two being four-star prospects out of Lakeland High School – and the fourth was an all-conference wide receiver at the FCS level.
The Early Signing Period runs through Dec. 23. The Late Signing Period for Division I college football begins on February 1.
USF opens the 2023 season on the road at Western Kentucky (Sept. 2) before returning to Raymond James Stadium to face Florida A&M (Sept. 9) and perennial national title contender Alabama (Sept. 16). The Bulls finish the non-conference slate at UConn (Sept. 21). In AAC conference play, the Bulls will have home games vs. Rice, FAU, Charlotte and Temple with road dates at UTSA, Memphis, UAB and Navy.
2023 USF Football Early Signing Class
HIGH SCHOOL & JUNIOR COLLEGE ADDITIONS
POS. HT WT. Elig. HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL
Tawfiq Byard S 6-1 197 Fr. Hyattsville, Md. (DeMatha Catholic)
Jarvis Lee CB 5-11 173 Fr. Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy)
Stantavious Smith DL 6-1 261 Fr. Albany, Ga. (Dougherty HS)
Deonte Bowie OL 6-4 325 So. Pflugerville, Texas (Hendrickson HS/Blinn College)
Demitrius Carter Jr. WR 6-3 175 Fr. Lutz, Fla. (Steinbrenner HS)
James Jenkins OL 6-5 270 Fr. Tampa, Fla. (Carrollwood Day HS)
Jaylen Johnson RB 5-9 190 Fr. Baxley, Ga. (Appling County HS)
TJ Lawrence OL 6-5 285 Fr. Orange Park, Fla. (Fleming Island HS)
Nikola Milovac OL 6-6 280 Fr. Clearwater, Fla. (Clearwater Academy International)
Keshaun Singleton WR 6-3 190 Fr. Norcross, Ga. (Meadowcreek HS)
Cole Skinner OL 6-5 305 Fr. Point Pleasant, N.J. (Point Pleasant Boro HS)
Trey Dubuc LS 6-2 220 Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons HS)
FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE TRANSFER ADDITIONS
Kendall Dennis CB 5-10 187 Jr. Lakeland, Fla. (Lakeland HS/Oklahoma)
Lloyd Summerall DE 6-5 220 Jr. Lakeland, Fla. (Lakeland HS/Florida)
Naiem Simmons WR 5-10 175 Jr. Cherry Hill, N.J. (Cherry Hill West HS/Wagner)
Weston Wolff TE 6-4 240 So. Venice, Fla. (Venice HS/Maryland)