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Trent Dilfer comforts Shaun King.

The game in photos

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Not enough
Gary Shelton

Six points doesn't cut it for King, Bucs
Hubert Mizell

Sometimes it is just as easy as a snap

Ineffective attack finally costs Bucs

Defense's spy scheme shuts Faulk down.

Bucs covered primary concern

Locker room is a house of pain

The Party Line

Bad call does in Bucs; offense doesn't help

Patience pays off for Rams

'They'll be heroes no matter what'

Once-sorry Bucs carry region to higher, common ground

Emanuel: No need for review

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© St. Petersburg Times, published January 24, 2000

  • 0 -- Bucs who played their college ball in Missouri.
  • 0 -- Sacks of Kurt Warner by the Bucs.
  • 4 -- Rams who played their college ball in Florida (Devin Bush and Amp Lee, FSU; Kevin Carter, UF; Mike Gruttadauria, UCF).
  • 4:23 p.m. -- Kickoff of the Bucs' most important game in 20 years.
  • 5 -- Times Shaun King was sacked by the Rams.
  • 7 -- Yards lost when Shaun King was sacked in the second quarter, taking the Bucs out of field-goal range.
  • 11 -- Times Shaun King was sacked in 61/2 games before Sunday.
  • 15 -- Seconds it took for the Bucs to force their first turnover, on Steve White's interception.
  • 20 -- Yard-line where the Rams first drive ended (on White's interception.)
  • 23 -- Yard-line where the Rams first possession began.
  • 25 -- Games since the Rams have been held without a touchdown at home.
  • 44 -- Yard field-goal attempt missed (wide right) by Jeff Wilkins.
  • 73 -- Seconds it took Bobby Vinton to sing the national anthem.
  • 106 -- Difference in total yards between the Rams' offense and Tampa Bay's.
  • 158 -- Seconds it took the Bucs to open the scoring on Martin Gramatica's 25-yard field goal.
  • 66,396 -- Fans in the Trans World Dome, an arena record.

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