Bucs Make Franchise History

April 24th, 2020

Never forget 2020. It’s a year the Bucs broke a franchise mold.

In a year of college football that was dominated by the SEC with 15 players drafted in the first round from the Southeastern Conference, the Bucs bucked the trend.

With their first two selections in the 2020 draft, the Bucs turned their attention north to the other money-making football conference.

Scott Smith of Buccaneers.com shares this history weekend for the Bucs.

So there you have it. Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht proved to the folks of west-central Florida that football is also played north of the Ohio River.

Now if only Licht can find someone from the Midwest that can run the ball.

12 Responses to “Bucs Make Franchise History”

  1. reply Says:

    And the shadows loom and grow larger before the end.

  2. SOEbuc Says:

    Kinda strange but okay.

  3. Ndog craves nads Says:

    Are we talking about BIG?

    Gotta be talking about jameis
    Yum yum

  4. BuucccNASTY Says:

    No reply to Reply…

  5. rrsrq Says:

    JL doesn’t think football is played south of Tallahassee

  6. Dirks Great Granpappy Says:

    You have to love some of these facts espn puts out for these players

    Can’t remember who it was but a fact they had was he got straight A’s his junior year of high school


  7. SOEbuc Says:

    I wanted Zach Baun so badly and the F-ING SAINTS traded up two spots in front of us in the third to get him. Unhappy.

  8. ©MadMax Says:

    Now we need a DT in the 5th….get to work peasants! Cortex and frontal lobe STAT!!!!

  9. ©MadMax Says:

    DT’s still available… and Im going with Raequan Williams (with my vodka/tonic)

    Larrell Murchison, 6’2 294, nc state (ranked 3-5 rd)

    Rashard Lawrence, 6’2 308, LSU (ranked 3-5)

    Khalil Davis, 6’2 308, Nebraska (ranked 4-6)

    Raequan Williams, 6’4 308, Mich St. (ranked 5-7)

  10. ©MadMax Says:

    DT Raequan Williams……will probably have to move back into the 4th

  11. Brandon Says:

    Williams went undrafted. We did get Davis though. He is a very interesting prospect from an athletic standpoint.

  12. Bob Burns Says:

    40 of the first 64 picks from the SEC do the math