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Scott Reynolds

Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: [email protected]

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    Bucs Capacitor

    Good stuff, Scott. I’ve always thought it was a huge bummer that our only celebrity fan was a Backstreet Boy. But nevertheless, Nick is one of our own. Hope to see him rep the new jersey when he does more TV appearances.

    I’m pretty sure Hulk Hogan reps the Bucs too. And wasn’t Tiger Woods a fan? Or did he just like Gruden?

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    I love to hear history of some of our fans. Great Article.

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    I’m more concerned with the fans who are not famous or “celebrities” and whether or not they’ll continue to support the team. Our fan base is strong but there needs to be more of them and I sincerely doubt that a “celebrity” on the sideline attracts anything but yawns. Good for them but what about paying attention to those of us who pay a much higher percentage of our income to see losing year after year after year? THAT matters. WINNING matters. THAT will attract more fans, bandwagon or not.

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      Garv; I agree with you. I still enjoy reading about the rich & famous who love the Bucs, especially if they are purchasing extra tickets for kids who cbecome adults buy tickets in the future.

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    It would be interesting to hear about other famous Bucs fans… Isn’t Andy Roddick a Bucs fan as well? e

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    I’m only upset he didn’t call Philadelphia a bunch of a slobs and mock that we shutdown their dump of a stadium with a big fat L and opened their new stadium for them with a big fat L.

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    Enjoyed reading about a famous young man who maintained his loyalty to the team when it has often been a difficult task. Garv is absolutely right. It’s winning and the belief that the Buccaneers have a strong chance to win every Sunday that puts butts in the seats. That’s the only “stadium experience” that really matters.

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    I think that Carter is a great fan of the Bucs. I wish the entire nfl would give more respect to the Bucs who did get to the super bowl one time and won it all. Why not buc fans I would love to see the bucs back in the big games before my life is over.Iam 69 yrs young and I grwup in Tampa before Tampa had a NFL teams just University of Tampa was around.GO BUCS

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    I don’t care that he’s a backstreet boy I do appreciate his story of being a Bucs Fan, I too have many stories to tell as I too met several players of days past and have pics with them in my game room namely Hardy Nickerson who I met at USF walking from practice field to Bucs Locker Room across the street. One of most regretted memories is not getting a picture with Lynch after practice as it was his first yr and nobody talked to him and one guy asked me who the white guy was I said that’s our 3rd round pick from Stanford I was uninterested in meeting him damn, I regret that, ha I do have a mess of pics with guys like Floyd Peters, Vince Workman, Charles McRae, Danny Peebles, Vinny, and countless other hall of shamers ha. One of my best memories is hanging with Jimmy Giles on the night he was inducted into ring of honor at Selmons after the game he was so cool and down to earth and was actually talking to my kid forever about being a football player very cool guy

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      Randy H.

      I remember going to the Empress Lilly at the old WDW Village in 1993 to some kind of meet the Bucs draft picks party. I met John Lynch and Demetrius DuBose. I remember having John sign my hat and then later on leaving the damn thing on the roof of the car and never seeing it again.

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      Why is this year old article and its comments being published again? I too have lots of stories about being a Bucs fans. I suspect we all do.

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      JonnyG: I’m crushed that nowhere in your trip down Memory Lane did you mention the time you got to sit with Scubog at a game. I still look back on it and smile.

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