In This Issue of Buccaneer Magazine...
Chalk Talk Buccaneer Magazine publisher Jeffery Neil Fox discusses Tampa Bay's 35-day search for a new head coach and praises the Glazers for landing Jon Gruden.
Buccaneer Blitz Buccaneer Magazine editor-in-chief Scott Reynolds explains why Tampa Bay's owners should be praised now that they were able to pull off a trade for Gruden just as much as they were criticized in their search for Tony Dungy's replacement.
Goal Line Stand Buccaneer Magazine managing editor Leo Haggerty examines the trade that brought Jon Gruden to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Was the compensation that Tampa Bay gave Oakland worth it? Haggerty shares his take.
Fourth Down Buccaneer Magazine assistant editor Jim Flynn explains why the trade for Gruden had to happen, and why the compensation Tampa Bay gave Oakland was and will be worth it.
Point/Counterpoint Reynolds and Haggerty square off on the topic, "Which NFC South team will become Tampa Bay's biggest rival?" Haggerty says the New Orleans Saints while Reynolds sides with the Atlanta Falcons.
The End Zone Reynolds shares some final points and opinions in one of Buccaneer Magazine's newest columns.
More Gruden Coverage: You'll find four pages of Gruden coverage, including a notes from his press conference, a timeline in terms of how Tampa Bay's search for a new head coach transpired, and two intriguing sidebars that explain why and how Gruden has taken a liking to RB Warrick Dunn and QB Shaun King.
The 7th Annual Buccaneer Magazine Awards Buccaneer Magazine hands out 15 different awards in issue No. 1 each year. Want to know who this year's winners are? You'll have to pick up your issue to find out.
2001 Player Grades Buccaneer Magazine grades each player for their performance throughout the 2001 season. Reynolds also includes a commentary on each player. Who passed? Who failed? It's all in issue No. 1 of Buc Mag.
GM Rich McKay Coverage Find out even more in terms of what really happened during the alleged feud between the Glazers and McKay. Buc Mag was also there to cover McKay's press conference when the team announced he had signed a six-year contract extension.
Huddle Up This portion of the magazine has coverage on LG Randall McDaniel's retirement, special teams coach Joe Marciano's departure for Houston, four Bucs offensive assistants departures for Indianapolis, a Pro Bowl report, the loss of LS Sean McDermott to Houston in the Expansion Draft and Buc Shots.
Buccaneer Buzz Find out the latest scoop, rumblings, whispers and rumors from the Buccaneer Magazine insiders.
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