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Sideline II

Who's going . . .

By Times staff
© St. Petersburg Times
published January 26, 2003

BRIAN AUNGST

WHO HE IS: Mayor of Clearwater.

HOW HE GOT TICKETS: Aungst, who hosts the weekly cable TV call-in show Bucs Extra Point, tried to get credentials through the NFL. When that foundered, he called in a favor from a friend at the Hillsborough County Convention and Visitors Bureau. "I guess there were a couple of extra ones," he said. Aungst said he paid face value for two tickets, $400 apiece.

HIS STORY: Aungst and his 18-year-old son, Brian Jr., planned to leave Friday for Los Angeles then drive a rental car to San Diego. But first, Brian Jr. had to take a morning math exam at Florida, where he is a freshman. After the game, the pair will take the red-eye home just after midnight, putting Aungst back in time for his final TV show of the season. "I'm going to get about four hours' sleep," he said.

... who's not

RICK BAKER

WHO HE IS: Mayor of St. Petersburg.

HIS STORY: Baker plans to stay home and watch with his children. He will pay particular attention to players who went to Florida State, which he attended. "My son is a rabid Buccaneer and Seminole fan," he said, and this game will be "the best of both possible worlds" because the Bucs and former FSU players are in the Super Bowl.

Shelton, Romano chat today

Times columnists John Romano and Gary Shelton chat online at 1:30 p.m. today. Go to www.tampabay.com/chat .

Photo gallery

Check out our photo gallery at www.sptimes.com early Monday to relive tonight's Super Bowl.

Celebrate

Raymond James Stadium will be closed tonight, but fans are invited to celebrate the Bucs season Monday at RJS. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. The team is expected to arrive at 7:30. Admission and parking are free.

Credits

This special Super Bowl preview was produced by the St. Petersburg Times sports department with assistance from ad layout, imaging, newsart, news photo, platemaking, press and research library.

SECTION COORDINATORS: Jack Sheppard, assistant managing editor/sports; Mike Stephenson, assistant sports editor; Kim Pendery, executive sports editor.

SECTION DESIGN: Jim Melvin, sports design director; Anthony Perez, Sunday sports editor; Jason Lusk, Ken Walker, Jim Webster.

COVER DESIGN: Don Morris, senior artist; Steve Cavendish, art director.

EDITING: Dona Hankins, night editor; Deanna Engel; Aaron Greenfield; Jim Holliman; Traci Johnson; Roy LeBlanc; Alan Rittner; John Strickhouser; Ecton Theriot; Jim Tomlin; Jake Vories.

PHOTO COORDINATOR: Bob Croslin, sports picture editor.

SPECIAL THANKS: Rodney Page, Brent Puckett.


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Super Bowl XXXVII:
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  • Offense matchups

  • Gary Shelton
  • They've arrived and so have we
  • Defense snarls as its potential legend awaits

  • John Romano
  • For Raiders, there's no more holding back
  • Gimme Five
  • Hubert Mizell: Bucs coach has been intense all of his life
  • Ernest Hooper: Their faith suffuses champions breakfast
  • Keys to victory
  • Bucs: Offense: No. 1 vs. emerging force
  • So who's laughing now?
  • Sideline II: Who's going . . .
  • Raiders: Raiders D knows it can do the job
  • Times staff predictions
  • Kickin' back: A Glazer's vision: 'an elite franchise'
  • Chucky's Super Bowl XXXVII Chalk Talk
  • Return from nowhere: Bucs tracking 'anonymous' return men
  • Raiders: Raiders don't use injuries as excuse
  • Age-old question will be answered tonight
  • Notebook: Ballroom practice keeps team on toes
  • Bucs game by game 200
  • Raiders game by game 2002
  • Side line: Hallowed be thy Raider QB
  • In brief: Two-week break to return next season
  • Tampa Bay fans: Long-denied shout their pride
  • Past Super Bowls
  • Raiders notebook: Woodson says injury won't slow him down
  • Raiders: Keys to victory
  • Raiders: Weird stuff
  • Raiders: High profile: Jerry Porter
  • Radio/TV: Super Bowl TV facts
  • Radio/TV: Madden sticks by his wrong call last year
  • Guest analysis: John Madden
  • Guest analyst: Al Michaels
  • Super Bowl Need to Know
  • Previous Super Bowl national anthem singers
  • On the Net: NFL adds incentives for fans to go online
  • Letters: Super Bowl QB is with Bucs ... now
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