All Kinds Of Bucs Talk & More, A True Potpourri Episode Of The Free Stretch

December 20th, 2018

So much is happening in the world of the Bucs and Bobby Fenton jumps on a lot of that and more on The Free Stretch, presented by Bill Currie Ford. Find Bobby on Twitter @bobbygameday and definitely give the podcast a try. A Tampa Bay fan from his days in the womb, Bobby never let’s it get boring; it’s always entertaining on The Free Stretch! Dive in now above, or listen and/or subscribe free at PodbeaniTunes and Google PlayListen or download above. 


Bobby has hosted The Free Stretch on several platforms and Tampa Bay area radio stations over the years dating back to 2006, and he’s also done a national show on Sporting News Radio. For 15 months, he’s been parked here at

Born and raised in Tampa, Bobby is a graduate of Jesuit High School (’98) and the University of Florida (’02) and has been a Bucs fan since attending the 1979 NFC Championship Game at Tampa Stadium in his mother’s womb.

In addition to the Bucs, Bobby loves the Gators, Lightning, and Rays. He is an avid Ultimate Frisbee player, as well as a defensive back and special teams ace for the Dunedin Pirates semi-pro football team of the Florida Football Alliance. His current deadlift PR is 455 pounds. He’s 38 and lives in South Tampa with his wife Chelsea, two children, and two dogs.

One Response to “All Kinds Of Bucs Talk & More, A True Potpourri Episode Of The Free Stretch”

  1. FortMyersDave Says:

    Good podcast. I love the story about the Steeler game in 89. I was there too and it was cold. It was 22 in the morning and did not rise much above freezing during the game. The night before we had snow flurries in Temple Terrace. The Bucs lost 38 to 22 or so and the Bucs finished 5 and 11 or 6 dash 10, they competed a lot like Koetters team but with much less talent due to Hugh Culveanhouse and numerous mistakes throughout the 80s such as Bo Jackson etc….. Your post brought back nice memories of holidays past. I remember that freeze basically finished off the Tangelo and Temple Orange trees the old man had at his house on Riverhills. Thanks again and Merry Christmas Bobby.