Bisaccia has pointed the Bucs to the top special teams, and is sure to be at the top of someones Head Coaching list.
No, were not going to blame the special teams coordinator for the fake punt, or its failure to be executed. Were not going to blame him for anything, except doing such a good job he is sure to be on the list of head coaching candidates for next season. Bisaccia was spared from the coaching purge in the offseason after the release of Jon Gruden because of his excellent work with special teams in Tampa Bay.
Under his watch, the Bucs have ended a generation full of frustrations returning kickoffs. The amazing thing, is he did it with not one, but three rookies. In each of the last three years a rookie has returned a kick off for a touchdown; Michael Spurlock in 2007, Clifton Smith last year, a pro bowl year for him, and Sammy Stroughter this season. The 3 guys have an "S" on their chest as well as last name.
Overall, the Bucs special teams have been leading the league for several years now, and have the top spot this year. On top of covering punts and kickoffs better than your average Bucs team, this years squad has another stat to boast of. Five, count them, 5 blocked kicks, with 5 games still to play.
Appalachian State's Corey Lynch was the latest to block a punt, something he did six times in school, including the potential game winning FG by Michican in App states upset of the perennial college powerhouse. All told, the Bucs have blocked 2 extra points, 2 punts, and one FG.