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July 23, 2012 @ 9:19 am
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Bucs' Individual Game Tickets On Sale This Week

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Mark Cook

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The Buccaneers announced today that tickets for individual games will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. and those who follow the team on their social network sites will get a 24-hour head start. Tickets prices begin at $30.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that individual game tickets for the team's 2012 home slate will go on sale Friday, July 27, at 10 a.m. with individual game tickets starting as low as $30.

"The 2012 season is finally upon us, and we can't wait to welcome Bucs fans back to Raymond James Stadium to be a part of it. We're looking forward to the start of a new era and are counting on our fans to play a role in the team's success by helping to maximize our home-field advantage," said Buccaneers Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer.

Season Pass, Stadium Club and Luxury Suite Members will have the advantage of a presale, which will start today, Monday, July 23, at 10 a.m. This presale is part of an ongoing effort to provide exclusive membership benefits.

Digital Buc Nation, those fans who follow the official Buccaneers Twitter feed or "like" the team's official Facebook page, will enjoy a 24-hour presale, starting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 26.

The Buccaneers kick off the 2012 regular season with a home opener against the Carolina Panthers on September 9, where the club will celebrate the NFL's Back to Football initiative and also honor CB Ronde Barber for the achievement of his 200th consecutive start. As part of the event, fans will be treated to half-priced food and non-alcoholic drinks, free parking in select lots, and a commemorative Barber giveaway.

Other gameday themes include the Breast Cancer Awareness game, to be held on October 14 versus the Kansas City Chiefs. This year, the game will also feature the induction of Buccaneers great Paul Gruber into the team's Ring of Honor at halftime.

The annual fan-favorite Throwback Game returns on October 21, as the Buccaneers face the NFC South rival New Orleans Saints. Tampa Bay celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Super Bowl XXXVII Championship, when the Philadelphia Eagles - the team the Buccaneers defeated in the 2002 NFC Championship Game - travel to Raymond James Stadium on December 9.

To purchase individual game tickets, fans may visit www.Buccaneers.com or call (800) 745-3000. Tickets will not be sold at the Buccaneers Ticket Office or Raymond James Stadium. Those interested in becoming season pass members can also visit the team's website, or may call 866-582-BUCS.

2012 Home Game Schedule
Fri. Aug. 17 Tennessee 7:30 PM
Fri. Aug. 24 New England 7:30 PM
Sun. Sept. 9 Carolina 4:25 PM
Sun. Sept. 30 Washington 4:25 PM
Sun. Oct. 14 Kansas City 1:00 PM
Sun. Oct. 21 New Orleans 1:00 PM
Sun. Nov. 11 San Diego 1:00 PM
Sun. Nov. 25 Atlanta 1:00 PM
Sun. Dec. 9 Philadelphia 1:00 PM
Sun. Dec. 23 St. Louis 1:00 PM

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    "Legarrette has always been on time for me" THANK YOU COACH SCHIANO for not letting the piece of !@#$ talking media heads throw a guy who you admit has worked especially hard for you under the bus on Jim Rome today.....!@#$ OFF RICK STROUD!!! GO BUCS!!!!!
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    I agree that it was absolutely pointless to dig up a bone that was buried at the end of the Raheem era. Why now Rick Stroud? Blount the "best RB we ever had"? Guess you never saw James Wilder.
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    I hope Blount has a 1500 hundred yard season. Then he will leave and become a star for another team. Blount is the best RB we ever had... period! Sign him to a long term deal now !
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    Hey Mark. Thanks for always keeping us Buc fans up to date. Could you PLEASE offer us some kind of context to the latest round of Legarrette Blount bashing that started via Rick Stroud this past friday and has since spread like wildfire throughout the national media clones?? This has gotten, by far, annoying to say the least, and down right insulting if you follow the Bucs as a true fan as opposed to just turning over stones periodically looking for dirt to throw into the air to create a dust storm. If Stroud's article is indeed accurate, FINE. But was it not painfully obvious, especially whenthe words came from his own mouth, that Raheem and his lolly pop discipline couldn't get his players to listen to him?? All I have seen and heard since Schiano came to town, out of his own mouth mind you, is that Blount has been dedicated and has done everything that has been asked of him. Not to mention his 1st team majority reps. Why is an unconfirmed issue from last year under an entirely different coaching staff being superimposed onto his efforts this year under his new coaching staff?? I have a theory. It's because the same media "analysts" that drool over Blount and his on-field athleticism and power during the regular season, are the same ones that are always trying to sling mud on him. Why? Because he's playing for TAMPA!!! If Blount was anywhere else, Carolina, Phylly, Pittsburgh, the Jets even, he'd would finally be on a front page team, with his front page talent. Doesn't it strike any real Buc fans that a back with the power of Alstott, and the athelticism of a track star can make the "highlight reels" every week especially behind a talent laiden offensive unit which will hopefully be taking the field each week this year?? Doesn't it strike anyone else that when you have something really good, that's when everyone is telling you that you could do better?? Why?? Because they'd like to see that something good you have not be yours. I'm real excited about the potential combined efforts of Blount and Martin this year. But sorry, Martin came from a ho hum college program that saw his onfield production drop by atleast 40% anytime his school battled a big time program. Don't get me wrong, like I said, I'm excited about their, Blount/Martin's combined potential, But everytime we turn around lately, someone is throwing Blount under the bus...Can someone from PR please give us some insight as to whether Mr. Blount has in any way since Coach Schiano took over, not been on his best impression making behaivor?? And I don't mean that BS report about him not being happy had the Bucs drafted Trent Richardson. So what?? He's a competitor, he answered as one, and when Martin came to town, he admittedly welcomed the competitive push that woul;d help make him better and even admitted that he couldn't do it all by himself. Where are these tidbits of info in all these Blount bashing pieces?? On a side note...4 MORE DAYS!!!!! GO BUCS!!!!!
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