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Relaxed NFL blackout restrictions didn't help in Tampa. The Buccaneers accepted reduced requirements for game tickets sold from the NFL, which afforded all teams the opportunity to drop capacity requirement as low as 85 percent of the stadium's general seating. The Week 1 home game against the Carolina Panthers, the debut of first-year coach Greg Schiano and multiple high-priced free agents, won't be televised locally. According to reports, the Buccaneers were several thousand shy of the threshold need to grant local TV carriage.
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TAMPA, Fla. The massive red-and-black digital clock hanging inside the Tampa Bay Buccaneers locker room has been counting down the days, minutes and seconds to the teams first regular-season game under new head coach Greg Schiano.
But theres another important count in progress beyond the one ticking toward the 1 p.m. Sunday contest against the visiting Carolina Panthers.
Carolina Panthers (0-0) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-0)
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Bucs fans that can’t make it out to the season opener (for whatever reason) had hoped the week one matchup between the Buccaneers and Panthers would be televised. Unfortunately, the game will be blacked out locally due to lack of ticket sales.
The Buccaneers elected to take advantage of the new NFL policy for lifting blackouts back in July. Each team in the NFL can pick a percentage...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hoping new coach Greg Schiano can help revive a team that ended 2011 on a 10-game losing streak.
The Carolina Panthers are sensing they may be able to reach the playoffs after Cam Newton's record-setting rookie season.
These NFC South rivals have finished in the division's bottom two spots each of the last three years, and they hope to change...