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ON THIS DAY IN BUCCANEER HISTORY August 21, 1993  Tampa Bay 32 Buffalo 12 This pre-season game was played in Orlando at the Citrus Bowl as part of owner Hugh Culverhouse’s attempt to really piss off all the loyal fans of the franchise. He had announced an intention to take regular season games to Orlando because of poor attendance in Tampa.  Maybe if he had spent money on the team instead of lining his pockets ... But back to the football - The Bucs scored 26 second half points to take an easy victory thanks to a pair of touchdown runs by fullback Anthony McDowell. Click here for the gamebook and stats from this game
Time to show some support for the Buffalo fans Brian Smith of the Buffalo Fan Alliance has asked Buccaneer fans around the world to join their campaign to keep the Bills in Buffalo.  Whether you're a Bills fan or not, Buffalo asks for your support in protecting the Bills in Western New York. For more than 50 years, the Bills have been an integral part of the community. They've united us in both good times and bad. From the early days of the AFL through our run of four straight Super Bowls, Buffalo has played an important role in making the NFL the success it is today. Help us protect the Bills by urging the NFL to only consider approval of a pro-Buffalo ownership group. Join Buffalo Fan Alliance advisory board members Andre Reed, Steve Christie, Joe Delamielleure, Billy Shaw and many others in supporting this important effort. Sign the letter and show your support to the NFL.     BUCPOWER.COM is happy to offer its support to this campaign. Click here for more information on this group
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