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We’ve been through four training camp sessions for the 2019 Bucs, two with just helmets and two in full pads. So far, there’s been plenty to analyze from both sides of the ball.

The group gets into unique blitzes that the defense has brought on and how it’s affecting the offensive line and Jameis Winston. We discuss if the defense is that good or if the line is having that hard of a time.

It wouldn’t be a Bucs training camp without a good ole’ fashioned kicking competition. We break down the battle between Cairo Santos and Matt Gay, and who will inevitably win the job in a close race.

In one our larger segments, each member of the podcast gives the players that have stood out to them and others that have been underwhelming, and it’s possible a certain player has earned some redemption. Stay tuned for this exciting episode.

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  1. Ogunbowale has very good hands. Along with RoJo, Ellington and Barber I think the Bucs have a good mix of size and speed at RB.

    Cappa, Watford and Bailey will battle it out but I think it will be alright. Liedtke needs more opportunities at LT because Benonch isn’t cut out as a LT.

    Defensively, Beckner Jr and Ledbetter are making things interesting as both look to be gems for the DL. Where is Gholston in all of this?

    And finally, yeah the DB’s are balling right now.

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  2. O line depth still scares the hell out of me. I am happy to hear that RoJo is looking good. With him and Ellington I think we have the depth we need to start the year. The D will be improved, and fun to watch. Go Bucs

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  3. OL depth scares every team. What team is two-deep on the offensive line? It’s hard enough finding five capable starters much less 10. Or even 6 or 7.

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  4. Ogunbowale isn’t a surprise for me; so, I’m going to talk about some other stuff. The Funk music you start out with. I remember that back in the 80s, and wasn’t that excited about Funk. I didn’t bother checking out James Brown till recently. I came to James Brown in a rather roundabout way. I found an all girls Cream/Beatles combo band(and Janis Joplin) called Fanny. I was checking out a second drummer(who turns out to be the original Fanny drummer, but not for the first few albums. She, Brie Howard, played on later albums after the first lineup dissoved over personal issues). When Fanny really disbanded, Brie Howard tried acting. I found this Android Movie of around 1982. And, there was a James Brown song being played. I recognized the voice, but not the song – this is a man’s world.

    Well, right now, the only funk I like is James Brown!

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  5. Kicking – I use to go down to the football/soccer field at Grossmont College, and punt a flat football. I was kicking it to about the fifty yard line. This practice appears to have helped me when I choose to punt the football. It was during a Navy time. And, well, I launched it. Everybody started looking at each other, and the people sitting started grasspicking . . . waiting for that football to come back down. I mean people got tired of looking up trying to find it . . . I kicked it so high!

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  6. The Brie Howard Android movie is up on youtube for free. I think it’s a remarkable good low budget film! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sr2FCaK_gTU&t=562s

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  7. I can’t help noting one more tidbit about that punt I made . . people just stood their watching it; nobody, nobody on my team or the other team was running to either catch it or stop the other team. They all just watched it and waited for it to hit the ground. The other team didn’t even want to attempt to catch the football. Nobody moved until the ball stopped rolling around on the ground.

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