Bucs Score 100% On Dreaded Conditioning Test

July 24th, 2013

Nobody’s messing with the New Schiano Order this season.

Greg Schiano has announced that the Buccaneers roster got a 100 percent score on Schiano’s dreaded conditioning test, given to players this morning after they reported to camp. Of course, some players were excused from the famous 110-yard sprints — 16 times — such as Davin Joseph, Carl Nicks and others returning from injury.

Attendance was perfect, as well.

“They’re all here and they’re all in shape,” Schiano said.

15 Responses to “Bucs Score 100% On Dreaded Conditioning Test”

  1. Jrock Says:

    For those bad at math, this means players had to sprint 1 mile.

    And not all players are timed the same. So it’s really not that hard of a test…

  2. Bobby Says:

    Somewhere Miguel Grande is pissed….

  3. You Go Joe Says:

    Better than a key player pulling off a Jacoby Jones

  4. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Probably somewhat expected but great news. I guess Myron had no problems with it so….the Myron watch continues.
    I’m sure Buc Realist would want Dominick to take the test also.
    I think Dom would pass the test.

  5. Couch Fan Says:

    Off to a good start. So glad training camp is finally here!!

  6. Buc'n Junkie Says:

    ^^^Right On!!!!

  7. Gus Says:

    Exactly I’m not sure what the whole fuss was about. I did this myself in high altitude in Virginia and added sit-ups at the end of each sprint. I am not a runner by any stretc

  8. Dooleymite Says:

    Now that this test has passed w/o incident, our Bucs can get to business and start thinning the herd and getting the cream to rise to the top. 7 of 9 losses in 2012 decided by 7 or fewer points and I think we’ve made some good enough moves to sky us over that hump this season.

  9. Trey Says:

    Jrock, did you just say that SPRINTING a mile isn’t that difficult? You must be in great shape. :)

  10. Buc1987 Says:

    Just got done mowing the lawn. Whew it’s hot as a S.O.B. Time to earn your pay boys. The heat is on!

  11. Macabee Says:

    Joe,

    Can you find out tomorrow exactly what Gerald McCoy weighs now? Rick Stroud is tweeting that he has lost 25lbs, 10lbs below the goal weight the team gave him. Is it a team goal for the D-line to get smaller and faster?

    I know he got a lot of praise from Schiano this morning!

  12. Tampa2 Says:

    Look at Mr Spaghetti stain on their t-shirt fans talking about the ease of his test. Cute. I’m a fitness freak myself, but I find im a little hard pressed to come on some random board with a bunch of jabrones fluffing off a conditioning test that PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES do. If it is a sprint that I consider a sprint in my mind (like a 100m dash going flat out balls to the wall) with only 10-15 seconds of rest between each sprint then no it is not easy. Even with rest between sprints, it can still equate to a 4-5 min mile. I laugh when some random poster that never picks up a weight in his life or has never been involved in athletics jumps on some internet board and makes these cute little proclamations

  13. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    @Buc1987
    Lol, Just cleaned up the grill

    Great news, glad to hear everyone’s in shape. It’s FOOTBALL TIME men. Some what concerned about Carl Nicks, but it’s still early.

    Shout out to the young man for the Tennessee Titans (UDFA) Jonathan Willard, for pulling a woman, her 3 kids, and the dog from a burning vehicle. Your my hero Sir, way to perform in the Clutch.

  14. terry4505 Says:

    We had the same conditioning test when I played in college. You had 16 seconds to complete each run (which is close to a sprint) with 10 seconds in between to turn around and get back on the line.

    It was the hardest physical test I have ever taken.

  15. Gus Says:

    @Tampa2 yes it is difficult no one is dying that and if they are they have no clue what they are talking about. But we had a poster(who will remain nameless) that made that test sound like it is torturous.

 
 

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