OT: Bucs Hire Bruce Arians

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  1. Shane

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    Yea did you watch the Football Life about Bruce? Where those two said they are like Father and Son. If he goes anywhere its Tampa. Bowles said he owes everything to BA. I have little doubt he would take less to go with BA plus no tax in FL.
     
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    Hey BA I hope your biscuits burn in hell... haha
     
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    Krangthebrain Captain of Team Murray

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    I'm petty AF, and this comment just sings to my soul.

    BA is dead to me.
     
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    Bruce Arians getting the band back together, Bowles to be Bucs’ defensive coordinator

    Bruce Arians’ coaching staff in Tampa Bay will look a lot like his coaching staff in Arizona.

    Arians has already assembled the key members of his staff, Albert Breer reports, and one of those will be Todd Bowles as defensive coordinator. Bowles, who was fired as head coach of the Jets after the 2018 season, previously served as the defensive coordinator in Arizona under Arians.

    Other assistants joining Arians will include Harold Goodwin as run-game coordinator and Byron Leftwich as pass-game coordinator. They too coached under Arians in Arizona.

    One of the advantages to moving quickly to hire a new head coach is that the new head coach can get his favored assistants before other teams snatch them up. The Buccaneers are now comfortable that they have a good staff in place.
     
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    I didn't, but it looks like you nailed it.
     
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    AZ Native Living is Easy with Eyes Closed

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    Health and Family. BS BA.
     
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    When Cardinals are not playing Buccaneers, I will be rooting for Bruce.
     
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    iLLmatiC Drive-by Poster

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    Nope.
     
  9. cardpa

    cardpa I'm all right

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    Arians is ancient history to me. I rather look forward than look backwards. The book on Arians is closed.
     
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    crisper57 Open the Roof!

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    Screw you Uncle Bruce!
     
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    I don't know how anyone could look at him on the sideline his last year here and not see a health issue going on. He did not look normal. There was likely more to it but there is no denying he was not healthy. A year away probably did him good and probably made him realize how much coaching meant to him.

    No ill will from me.
     
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    i think arians departure probably came down to fire Amos Jones or else and his loyalty got the best of him and they all agreed on a mutual parting of the ways. probably why we didn't fight tooth and nail for compensation.
     
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    Bidwill's soul answering the same question - "physical me is lying to you. You know that and I know that you know that. In reality we want to go young at head coach and have no intentions of hiring Bruce"
     
  15. TheCardFan

    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    Another reason to be pissed at Arians:

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