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    • NotDeadYet

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            I can remember John Madden trying to explain the Bucs offense once on TV. He bumbled around trying to describe it about as much as our offense did in those days, and after we somehow won the game, said we were playing “Buc Ball”, but never could quite define what “Buc Ball” was.  Look no further than #40…. http://www.tampabay.com/sports/football/bucs/mike-alstott-is-bucs-mr-popularity/2248020

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            I can remember John Madden trying to explain the Bucs offense once on TV. He bumbled around trying to describe it about as much as our offense did in those days, and after we somehow won the game, said we were playing "Buc Ball", but never could quite define what "Buc Ball" was.  Look no further than #40.... http://www.tampabay.com/sports/football/bucs/mike-alstott-is-bucs-mr-popularity/2248020

      NDY,Alstott was definitely the modern version of Buc Ball.  But IMO, if you go back to the earlier days, James Wilder was the original version.  McKay wanted to run the ball and play good defense and with Wilder he could just keep handing him the ball and throwing short passes to him.

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