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MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE: In Buffalo, Jerry Sullivan writes Bills fans are "ready to embrace" Sabres Owner Terry Pegula as "a savior, the man who will keep their precious NFL franchise in town for the long term." If Pegula "gets his way, they'll build a statue to him some day." Sullivan: "I'm a lot more optimistic about the team staying than I was five years ago, but something tells me the process will become more complicated than it now appears and that Pegula will have to reach even deeper" (BUFFALO NEWS, 8/7).