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Hugh Culverhouse

The 1970s and 80s Buccaneer teams were defined by futility.  Defenders couldn’t tackle, receivers couldn’t catch, and quarterbacks — regardless of who John McKay deployed under center — struggled miserably against the opposition.  It was an era of legendary inability in Tampa, best conveyed through the comedy of passers that McKay, Leeman Bennett, Ray Perkins, […]

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Free Agency “Never” In The Bucs Plans

by Roland Johnson on August 3, 2011

Many fans will chide the owners of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for being cheap. Some have even affectionately given them there very own nickname, as you can find fans commonly referring to the Glazer’s, as the Glazerhouses, a reference to the late, former Bucs owner Hugh Culverhouse, who was best known for his penny pinching […]