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GLAZER COULD OWN BUCS BY TODAY OR TOMORROW
Published June 29, 1995
The purchase of the Bucs by Malcolm Glazer is expected to be completed by today or tomorrow, according to Pat Yasinskas of the TAMPA TRIBUNE. Glazer's attorney, Andy Lubrano, left yesterday to go to Charlotte where he will work with officials from NationsBank on the deal, which will be "the largest in professional sports history." The final purchase price could be "as high as" $192M. The closing of the deal will reportedly increase Glazer's role in the day-to-day operations of the team (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 6/29).