This Week’s Free Stretch Dares To Venture Where Legends Tread; It’s An NFL Championship Game Edition!

January 21st, 2021

Special times for Bucs fans, and special times on The Free Stretch podcast with Bobby Fenton. Enjoy the main man/host presented by Bill Currie Ford on Dale Mabry Highway. Bobby is always a strong listen. Remember Bill Currie Ford’s nationwide lifetime warranty on new and preowned vehicles!! Follow Bobby on Twitter, @bobbygameday.

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For 3+ years, The Free Stretch has been right here at after being heard on several radio stations dating back to 2006. Bobby also hosted a national show on Sporting News Radio.

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 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 40 and lives in South Tampa with his wife Chelsea, two children, and two dogs.

2 Responses to “This Week’s Free Stretch Dares To Venture Where Legends Tread; It’s An NFL Championship Game Edition!”

  1. Roy T. Buford Says:

    The Hank Kimball of Sports for those of you who remember Green Acres. Fenton has a conversation with himself. Talks about what he thinks, second guesses, confirms, disproves, or leaves it open, and then comes up with a position that may be irrelevant. As if it was an actual conversation. OMG, he is bad. Here is a clue. If you are doing a monologue, like here, have it laid out. If you impromptu and then counter yourself, WTF? In this podcast, some good points about the cold weather though. I usually skip over this, but this week all get a pass. So it will probably be a while before I torture myself with this again.
    For the record, this comment was posted exactly 11 minutes after the posting of the podcast, so the commenter did not listened to at most one-quarter of the podcast. –Joe

  2. Roy T. Buford Says:

    Yeah, I see the mutlitudes of comments of those who listened that are just praising it. Get real, Joe.