The ScuttleBucs Look At Improved Rushing, Underwhelming Jameis, Sore Sights, The State Of The Locker Room & More

September 11th, 2019
A fresh edition of the ScuttleBucs is here! This week, Jeff and Tom take a look at Jameis Winston’s underwhelming Arians offensive debut, break down the improved running game and a sight for sore eyes on defense (read: stops), plus a chat with Joe about the state of Sunday’s locker room and the fan base. Jump *on* the plank with the ScuttleBucs, presented all season long by Bill Currie Ford!


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The ScuttleBucs is hosted by Jeff Cameron and Tom Lang, powerhouse personalities and lifelong Bucs fans at ESPN Tallahassee, 97.9 FM, the ScuttleBucs is a must-listen presented by Bill Currie Ford, home of the nationwide lifetime warranty for new and pre-owned vehicles.

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Of course, many of you know Cameron, namesake of “The Jeff Cameron Show.” Joe has been a guest with Cameron many times 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 — 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 is a popular guy on these pages as host of the JoeBoltsFan podcast during the NHL season. A native of Pinellas County, Tom 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’s been executive producer of The Jeff Cameron Show since 2012, and he’s 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.

6 Responses to “The ScuttleBucs Look At Improved Rushing, Underwhelming Jameis, Sore Sights, The State Of The Locker Room & More”

  1. Loyaltotheend Section 312 Says:

    Let’s see what the Jameis apologist have to say…

  2. Ndog Says:

    Bro you have a problem, you understand the team lost right, not just one player?

  3. ClodHopper Says:

    Can’t wait to get home and download this so I can my fix of that Shoot to Thrill intro

  4. Loyaltotheend Section 312 Says:


    Come up to 312 and let’s have a beer and watch the game. This game was lost by Jameis and OJ

    Turnovers bad decisions and inaccurate throws doomed the team, again

  5. SteveK Says:


    I commend your loyalty to Jameis. He was bad last game, as was OJ. The number one overall picks, QB, in year five should be a game changer not a turnover machine.

    I will be wearing my Jameis jersey tomorrow, again, and I will cheer for him. However, I am setting my expectations as to not be let down if Jameis continues to play like ish.

    Can Jameis hit guys in stride, get rid of the ball quickly, and make sound decisions? So far, nope. But, I will pull for Jameis, and I will keep it real with his shortcomings.

  6. Delawest Says:

    I’m with you Stevie K. I don’t where jerseys , players
    Come and go. I will be in Cali in my man room excited again.
    I know this kid can play. Get that FN ball out of your hands.
    Do not let Jamies throw more than 25 attempts. I can not
    Stress this enough.