Pool-Diving Jason Licht

October 1st, 2015

jason licht 1001Wins come so infrequently around these parts of west-central Florda that Bucs fans often live it up when one happens.

In fact, Bucs AC/DC-general manager Jason Licht is no different. Of course, wins mean a whole lot more to him than to most fans, for obvious reasons.

So when the Bucs won their first division road game two weeks ago at New Orleans, Licht, in so many words, jumped for joy, as the BSPN tandem of Chris Mortenson and Adam Schefter relay.

Licht took off his tie and shoes, but jumped in the pool in his suit, just as he had promised.

“It was a moment of ‘Yes!'” Licht recently recalled. “It was the best win I’ve ever experienced besides winning the Super Bowl with the Patriots. Just because it was coming off the first week of the season, when we knew that wasn’t the team we had [in a loss to Tennessee].

“It was just great to see the young rookie QB [Jameis Winston] manage the game. Our entire town needed a win. It needs hope. And it gave us a lot of hope.”

Licht did this to pay off a bet he had with his children. No word if AC/DC was blaring in the background when he dove into the pool.

Joe is just guessing that the way things have been around One Buc Palace the past two seasons, Licht will be more than happy to ruin as many suits in the pool as possible.

14 Responses to “Pool-Diving Jason Licht”

  1. The Buc Realist Says:


    Are the Glazers going to be at the game this Sunday?? If so, I recommend that you have a spy around their limo, Just in case they storm out of RJS again!!!

  2. Ray Rice Says:


    Licht also stated that it would become a family tradition to do it after every win. We’ll see how many suits he wets this season.

  3. Buc'n Enough Says:

    This guy is as much to blame for the crap on the field as Lovie is. Seems he gets a pass from the Joes for some reason…

    I could care less were he jumps…DO YOUR JOB and get some talent on this team! Why haven’t we traded for a DE that can rush the passer if that is what we need to help this D, instead, we just keep processing other teams retreads and cut players….

    Looser Licht!

  4. GhostofTedford Says:

    Very good question Buc’n enough, a perfect example is the recent Jared Allen trade. Leslie Frazier coached this man, knew him, why did we pass on him? I think we will all see one way or the other this Sunday when Allen lines up across from Donovan Smith. If he has a career day then JOE must inquire. However, if the opposite is true and he is handled like we handled JJ Watt, then a tip of the hat to Licht (most likely with an assist from Frazier)

  5. buc4life1979 Says:

    Jared Allen will ALWAYS play tenaciously, however tenacity coupled with age, has it’s limits. GO BUCS!!! I swear tho, if i see Allen able to do his lasso sack dance, i’m gonna hurl.

  6. Buccfan37 Says:

    Licht sure smiles a lot, must not take much to make him happy because the Bucs play brings mostly frowns.

  7. Dreambig Says:

    Jarred Allen, lol! That dude is 90 years old. The only success he will have this year is the 8 sacks he will have against us this week, then when the second quarter is over, he’ll go take his nap.

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  9. Dreambig Says:

    As for Lovie and Licht, they are a matched set. They came in together and will go out together. Hopefully its after years of winning seasons but its sure not looking that way.

  10. Tom Edrilngton Says:

    Pool diving after a win…

    Dumpster diving to find players for this team…..

  11. Tampa Tony Says:

    As long as Loser Lovie is here his wardrobe won’t get that messed up

  12. SOEbuc Says:

    I dont think Lichts that bad with drafting em, but he’s done nothing to bring in some somewhat decent names through trades and FA

  13. SOEbuc Says:

    They think every one of these guys is gonna turn into Jac Smith. And they’re not!!

  14. bucsbedabest Says:

    All the love returns with a win this Sunday.