The Jameis-Koetter Relationship, Locker Room Shouting, Who To Build Around, And More

December 27th, 2017

It’s time to have season-in-review conversations and the ScuttleBucs are game. As Week 17 is upon us, Jeff and Tom take a dive into Tampa Bay’s coach/quarterback relationship, assess a certain locker room shouting match (and more?), applaud the will to fight when all is lost, discuss who the future culture can be built around and more. Joe offers his insights throughout… ScuttleBucs, the finish line is in sight!

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Of course, many of you know Cameron is the namesake of “The Jeff Cameron Show.” Joe has been a guest with Cameron for years and Cameron is a personal friend of Jameis Winston.

Cameron is a St. Petersburg native, a proud Lakewood High graduate and a diehard Bucs fan since he was a little guy running through Tampa Stadium in the late 70’s. Jeff is a 20-year radio host in Tallahassee talking Florida State and national sports on a daily basis — weekdays 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on ESPN Tallahassee 97.9 FM since 2012. Jeff has reported/opined for ESPN SportsCenter, ESPN Radio’s flagship show Mike & Mike, on SiriusXM and he appears on local shows from Seattle to Miami. He thanks the football gods daily that the Lovie Smith era is over and misses the days of Lee Roy Selmon and Doug Williams.

Tom Lang, a Clearwater and Palm Harbor native, graduated Clearwater Central Catholic in 2005. He started working in sports in the fall of 2004, covering Friday nights on the high school beat for the St. Petersburg Times. After moving up to the state capital, Tom worked the Florida State sports beat for the Rivals and 24/7 sport networks. He has an eight-year relationship with “The Jeff Cameron Show” as a producer, being promoted to Executive Producer in 2012. He is also the Operations Manager of ESPN Tallahassee. Tom still smiles at the memory of dejected Eagles fans leaving their beloved Vet as NFC Bridesmaids all those years ago, and he’s Brad Johnson’s biggest fan. Seriously.

7 Responses to “The Jameis-Koetter Relationship, Locker Room Shouting, Who To Build Around, And More”

  1. nole4JabooANDdBucs Says:

    Man I enjoy you guys!
    Yea, I’m a homer and I enjoy hearing what I already know from being up close…but it is nice having it validated without all the noise. Jameis is walking down Dan Morino, and out played both MVP QB’s Cam and Ryan…but what does that matter if the game wasn’t won?

    AND HE HAS BEEN HURT SINCE THE 2ND GAME…but that doesn’t matter, right?

  2. not there yet Says:

    My favorite podcast and Steve gets on there and ruins it…..Think you got your Joes mixed up.–Joe Is Chucky the guy with a super bowl ring better than koetter lol he says possibly then stats comparing offenses that are almost a decade a part. I’m not saying Chucky should be our coach but it’s complete insult to compare this sorry excuse of a head coach to gruden. How young was the guy when he became a head coach compared to koetter. Someone sure is kissing arse to get koetter stories

  3. bucs_365 Says:

    Maybe I don’t understand the egos of professional athletes, but I don’t understand this idea that Koetter disrespected Winston because of the way he spoke about Jameis’ injury. It’s bullcrap. What, Koetter is supposed to be more forthcoming about injuries in press conferences? No… The head coach’s job is to give as little information to the opponent for the upcoming week, including injury status beyond that which is technically required on the injury report. That is the ONLY reason he downplayed the injury. I watched most of Koetter’s press conference, and I don’t see how he did anything wrong. Does anybody think Belichick would handle those pressers any differently? Of course not. This is BS. If Jameis is upset, he still has some growing up to do.

  4. nole4JabooANDdBucs Says:

    Easy for you to say…meanwhile football rep is being hit terribly…when he was injured every since the 2nd game! That has nothing to do with growing up it’s handling PR.

  5. bucs_365 Says:

    ^^ boo hoo… don’t see Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers crying about sh!t like this.

  6. nole4JabooANDdBucs Says:

    Aaaah, you are talking about tantrum throwin Brady, right…of course some of us see what what we want, depending on who is involved!

    And it is not fact that JW was upset with Koetter concerning the handling of his injury!

  7. bucs_365 Says:

    ^^ I don’t mind a little on-field passion. I’m just saying is if Jameis had an issue with Dirk’s public handling of the injury, I’m mystified as to what he expects. Nothing I’ve seen or heard from Dirk could be construed as disrespect to JW in any way. So, I’m just not sure I believe the reports, and I don’t know why these dudes in the podcast were making such a big deal out of any of that. Jameis might be upset with DK over other things, and that’s fine. I like Jameis.