Special Guest Todd Bowles; Part I Of His Lengthy Sitdown, And Much More

June 10th, 2022

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Bucs head coach Todd Bowles is the special guest on today’s Ira Kaufman Podcast. This is Part I of Coach Bowles’ lengthy sitdown with The Sage of Tampa Bay Sports and Joe! Another can’t-miss episode.

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12 Responses to “Special Guest Todd Bowles; Part I Of His Lengthy Sitdown, And Much More”

  1. Delusional Intelligence Says:

    Well SHAZAM!!! Thank You!!!!!

  2. Bucs Win Says:

    Spectacular podcast gentlemen

  3. Bruce Blahak Says:

    no Morning Cup of Insurrection today….last night was a disaster for the CULT. Much like the LEEman Bennett disaster of the 80’s 🙂 …have a nice day!

  4. Delusional Intelligence Says:

    Great job, all around. Definitely worth the wait. I think Ira had too many fries all that starch raised his blood sugar. He brought some juice!

  5. Joe Says:

    Thanks DI, BW!

  6. Razor Ramone Says:

    Great interview, felt like an introduction to our new head coach and let me say, I’m impressed. He comes off as confident and prepared for what’s in store , hopefully it’s a seemless transition when the season starts. Looking forward to part 2. Best of luck Coach Bowles.

  7. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Human seagull? Hahahaha!

  8. CleanHouse Says:

    Knowing that they can play with the salary cap makes me particularly disappointed they have not signed Suh and JPP. Of course we don’t know the whole story. If they’re not wanted, I think that’s a mistake. If the two players will not accept more incentive laden deals, I guess that’s On them for being stubborn. Only time will tell. I can’t imagine hardball negotiations are good for Morale, but who knows if the Bucs are even interested.

  9. Bucs Win Says:

    Great interview with Bowles. It was mentioned during the podcast that minority head coaches don’t get second chances , I’m not sure that’s correct. Denis Green, Tony Dungy, Art Shell, Lovie Smith (for some reason), James Caldwell, Ray Rhodes, Herman Edwards, Terry Robiskie, Romeo Crennel, Hue Jackson, Anthony Lynn, Ron Rivera , Tom Flores and Todd Bowles were head coaches for two different franchises.

  10. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Bucs Win Says:
    “It was mentioned during the podcast that minority head coaches don’t get second chances , I’m not sure that’s correct.” That’s a distortion of what was said. –Joe

    It isn’t. Many in the press see it as their jobs to push the marxist victimhood narrative to further divide the country.

  11. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Full disclosure, Joe. I haven’t listened to the cast yet and was just reacting to the comment. I should have said so.

  12. Bucs Win Says:

    Joe, my earlier post is not a distortion of what was said. At the 33:47 mark Ira asked Todd, “You know, it’s a second chance for you. It doesn’t happen very often, uh, with minorities, it it doesn’t. You know, Lovie Smith may be an exception.”
    That’s pretty straight forward. I love The Ira Kaufman Podcast but it’s valid to point out things that aren’t factual when they are presented as such.