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Bucs hike prices

The Bucs are increasing ticket prices for next season. Ticket prices for the 2004 season at Raymond James Stadium will be $68, $59, $52, $44, $38, $30 and $26 per game. Prices for club seats also will change. Last season seats cost $65, $55, $49, $40, $36 and $25.

QUESTION OF THE DAY

The NFC once won 13 consecutive Super Bowls. Which AFC team broke the streak?

Answer below.

QUOTABLE

"I don't believe I'll be calling many plays, so that will be good for me. Because if I was, I'd probably be blurting out a few Georgia terms and no one would know what I'm talking about."

_ MARK RICHT

Georgia coach, who will head the South team in today's Gridiron Classic (for more, see 3C)

CHECK IT OUT

RAYS TO APPEAR: Lance Carter, Seth McClung, Damian Rolls and Jared Sandberg will be signing autographs from 1-3:30 today inside the "Baseball as America" exhibit at the Florida International Museum in downtown St. Petersburg. The museum offers discounted admission of $10 for adults and $5 for children 6-18 to mark the visit, which is part of the team's winter caravan. The players and coaches Tom Foley and Billy Hatcher also are hosting a clinic at Tropicana Field this morning for the St. Petersburg RBI and Northwest Little League programs.

ANSWER

The Denver Broncos, by beating Green Bay 31-24 in Super Bowl XXXII.

CORRECTION

The snook season opens Sunday. It will close May, June, July and August in gulf waters, then reopen until Dec. 15. An item Friday listed incorrect dates.

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