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( (St. Petersburg Tim)   Sports bars struggle to survive in NFL town where no one is allowed to watch the game   ( divider line
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2805 clicks; posted to Sports » on 10 Sep 2012 at 10:44 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-09-10 01:24:20 PM  
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It continually stuns me that when NFL teams negotiate with local governments for public funding to build or improve stadiums, that a rescinding of the blackout rule isn't built in. Every person in Tampa paid for that stadium and they can't watch the game. What the NFL gets away with is astounding.
2012-09-10 01:14:21 PM  
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OtherLittleGuy: Ladies and Gentlemen.... your Los Angeles Buccanneers....."

Fark LA. I'd rather see a franchise just be contracted out of the league than for LA to get another chance to fark up.
2012-09-10 11:08:47 AM  
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I mean.... is 'Back To Football' not just the most arrogant little slogan? 'Yeah, we know you've been putting up with baseball and basketball and some Olympic thingie which, really, how good could it be if we're not in it... but you know it's all been a placeholder until football came back. You know football's the only sport you REALLY want to watch. Well, we're back, now resume giving us money.'
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