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With Sunday’s Super Bowl being played in Miami, it signals the one-year mark before America’s biggest and most popular sporting event comes to Tampa in 2021.

Besides the prestige of hosting a Super Bowl, a large economic windfall is expected to come with the game. Miami expects up to a $500 million on their city by hosting this year’s game.

WTSP-Channel 10 news anchor Ryan Bass and Rob Higgins, Tampa Bay Sports Commission Executive Director, debuted a new podcast to help spread the word about Tampa’s hosting of the big game and on their first episode had guest former Bucs great Derrick Brooks and also Bucs co-chairman/owner Bryan Glazer.

Glazer talked about the process and how the Tampa Bay area was able to secure the bid for the 2021 Super Bowl and also said he hopes to see the Buccaneers be the first team to play the game in their home stadium.

You can listen to the full podcast below.

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About the Author: Mark Cook

Mark Cook currently is the director of editorial content and Bucs beat writer and has written for PewterReport.com since 2011. Cook has followed the Buccaneers since 1977 when he first began watching football with his Dad and is fond of the 1979 Bucs team that came within 10 points of going to a Super Bowl. His favorite Bucs game is still the 1979 divisional playoff win 24-17 over the Eagles. In his spare time Cook enjoys playing guitar, fishing, the beach and family time.Cook is a native of Pinecrest in Eastern Hillsborough County and has written for numerous publications including the Tampa Tribune, In the Field and Ya'll Magazine. Cook can be reached at mark@pewterreport.com
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Spitfire
Spitfire(@spitfire)
1 year ago

It’s always the dream of the home city. I’ve hoped for it every year that we’ve hosted. It would be great if it stood a chance of happening this time! They got a few things to fix First but I still feel the turnaround is possible.

skyrider
skyrider(@skyrider)
1 year ago

It’s very possible it could happen but gotta fix O-line, running back, and couple other pieces on defense…will be set!

Lawdy
Lawdy(@lawdy)
1 year ago

yea bout that

awwdembucs
awwdembucs(@awwdembucs)
1 year ago

Okay good but let’s make the playoffs 1st. Go Bucs

vtrantb
vtrantb(@vtrantb)
1 year ago

Did I hear one of the hist ask Lynch, “Wouldn’t it be cool for your team to play the SB in Tampa?” We want the Bucs not the stinking 49ers to play in our home stadium. To Lynch’s credit, he danced around the question and said Tampa will always hold a special place in his and his family’s hearts.

vtrantb
vtrantb(@vtrantb)
Reply to  vtrantb
1 year ago

one of the host

Pete
Pete(@cabling4yougmail-com)
1 year ago

To go 7 – 9 to the Superbowl wow wouldn’t that be amazing. Jeez we don’t even know who our quarterback is next year. Well As a fan for decades I hope it comes true and maybe I will go buy a lottery card just incase lol. Im not negative its just hard to believe

scubog
scubog(@scubog)
Reply to  Pete
1 year ago

Anyone think the 2018 4-12 49ers would be in the “Big Game” the next year?

PewterHeart
PewterHeart(@allanh1)
1 year ago

Fun fact: the Bucs missed that opportunity by a couple of years when the famous 2000 Ravens beat the Giants in Tampa.

swashbuckler2002
swashbuckler2002(@whataboutpoe)
1 year ago

I honestly don’t think we’re that far away. The playoffs at least seem like a reality for the first time in a long time.

Just shore up the o-line, get the running game going, have a QB that turns the ball over less than 15 times, and I think we’re there.

MWD
MWD(@mikewestdominguez)
1 year ago

If this is “TRULY” the case for Mr. Glazer than my response is a line taken from Sean Connery in the movie Untouchables……”What are YOU prepared to do?”

fredster
fredster(@fredster)
1 year ago

I’ve been to one Super Bowl. Was 2001 in Raymond James. It was Ravens Vs Giants. Watching Dilfer win the super bowl was like a slap in face to Bucs fans. Tampa had no use for him and he did stink most of time….goes show what being on a good team can do for an average QB.

swashbuckler2002
swashbuckler2002(@whataboutpoe)
Reply to  fredster
1 year ago

I would genuinely be curious how even the 2000 Ravens would have done with a QB that turns the ball over 38 times. I don’t think they would’ve made the playoffs.

twspin
twspin(@twspin)
1 year ago

And up on the turntable next on KC’s oldies show…The Everly Brothers…Dream Baby.
Take a good listen to it Glazers.

Buc stops here
Buc stops here(@buc-stops-here)
1 year ago

Would love to see it. The 49ers did go from a losing record last year to the Super Bowl this year, but it was because Jimmy G. was hurt and in this case having him back plus another year of draft picks and Richard Sherman made all the difference. The Bucs are going to have to do the same thing. Fix the holes in this draft and get a QB (unless Winston does a miracle and stop turning the ball over). The big problem is we don’t have a good QB who was hurt to come back next year –… Read more »

scubog
scubog(@scubog)
1 year ago

Since the stands at the last home playoff game against the Giants were overtaken by Giants fans; would the same thing happen if the mighty Bucs were the “home/host” team at the Super Bowl? It was amazing how apathetic the Bucs fans were leading up to that game. I was there surrounded by blue in my really good seats.

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