It will fall to the Tampa Tribune’s Ira Kaufman to make the case to the Hall and its membership for the three former Bucs who are finalists for this year’s class, but before he takes on that task, he sits down with Booger and Rich to share his reflections on the Bucs, past and present.
The current president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, David Baker, stopped by our table on Radio Row at the site of Super Bowl XLVIII to chat with the guys, and while doing so happened to share just which one of the three Bucs HoF finalists he’s a HUGE fan of.
Former Buccaneers great and Hall of Fame semifinalist Johny Lynch joined Booger and Rich to talk about his possible induction into Canton. Lynch said that it was an honor to be named with former comrades […]
Former Bucs great and current Fox Sports NFL Analyst John Lynch joined Booger and Rich to break down the Buccaneers Week 1 loss to the Jets. Lynch was on the call at MetLife Stadium and […]
Former Bucs safety John Lynch joined Booger and Rich to talk about the retirement of his former teammate Ronde Barber. Lynch talked about playing in the secondary with such a talented corner and said that […]
One of the greatest defenses to ever play the game. A young coach with an enormous chip on his shoulder. A cagy veteran quarterback. A dominant performance on the world’s biggest stage. On January 26, […]
Buccaneer great John Lynch stopped by to talk about the Bucs/Broncos game, being a semifinalist for the NFL Hall of Fame and the Bucs run to the Super Bowl ten years ago. Click the audio […]
Most Tampa Bay football fans show their spirit with a Bucs flag and a few decals on their vehicles, but Nick Price has gone all out with his tailgate mobile. Read on to learn about the baddest Bucs mobile in Tampa.
John Lynch gave Gary and Justin his opinion on the Bucs-Saints game this past Sunday, the team in general, and where he thinks this team is so far with Greg Schiano as the head coach. […]
The Washington Redskins may be the highest scoring offense in the league, but they are far from a well-oiled machine. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense needs to continue to be strong and the offense needs to step the game up, to have a chance against the Redskins.